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Wednesday, August 7, 2014

METRO SCHOOLS START TODAY, KIDS NEED IMMUNIZATION RECORDS! 
After all the trouble you went to to buy school supplies, get the kids up and get them ready for school, make sure they're not going to be sent back HOME. Make sure they have the immunizations they need, and the immunization CERTIFICATE when they walk through that school door, or they'll be sent hom. Joe Bass with Metro Schools says every year about HALF the kids who are supposed to have the records, don't.

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

AIR QUALITY ALERT
There's an Orange Level Air Quality Alert today, which means today's Ozone Levels are expected to be unhealthy for the young, people over 60, and people with breathing issues or who will be outside working or exercising, which makes you breathe in more dirty air.

Monday, August 4, 2014

AROUND THE COUNTRY
Around the country this weekend: in Southern California, there are thousands of people stranded in their homes, in the mountains east of Los Angeles, after huge thunderstorms set of flash floods and mudslides... one man was killed when his car was swept off the road into a creek.

And in Toledo, Ohio, people are under a ban on using city tap water... because it has a toxin in it, caused by algae bloom. And water supplies are being checked in several other cities which rely on the same water sources.

Friday, August, 1, 2014

DELAYS EXPECTED THIS WEEKEND ON I-65
There'll be delays this weekend on I-65. North of town, crews will be doing bridge repair near the Rivergate Mall in Goodlettsville. There'll be one lane closed there, northbound, and there'll be construction on I-65 in Williamson County between State Route 840 and the Goose Creek bypass. You'll wanna remember that if you're headed to the Williamson County Fair..

Thursday, July 31, 2014

WATER MAIN BREAK AFFECTS 15-THOUSAND PEOPLE IN METRO
There's a huge water main break in Nashville that has more than 15-thousand people in Nashville without water, or with very low water pressure, and it's going to be awhile before it gets fixed.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

WE HAD A RECORD COLD MORNING IN SOME AREAS
www.wkrn.com/weather
We have another nice, cool morning today. In fact, we hit the record low for this date in Nashville, and in some areas, may have broken record low temps for this date. We got down to 58 overnight in Nashville.

SUSPECT IN 'BORO HAMMER ATTACK MOST WANTED
A man accused of attacking his ex-girlfriend with a hammer is being added to the Rutherford County Sheriff's "Most Wanted" list.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

72-YEAR-OLD MAN ADMITS HE LEFT OBSCENE NOTE IN WOMAN'S CAR 
Remember that guy who broke into a woman's car to leave her an obscene note, asking her to have sex with him? Well police have him in custody. 72 year-old Morris Nickels, who confessed that he broke into the woman's car in the Smyrna Kroger parking lot, and left the message.

Monday, July 28, 2014

MORE NISSAN CARS RECALLED
If you've been waiting to see if your Nissan is involved in all these recalls, here's an update. There are more recalls.

Friday, July 25, 2014

SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING 16-YEAR-OLD
The search has been continuing for a 16-year-old girl who's been missing since Tuesday afternoon. Police have used a helicopter and search dogs to try and find Karla Hernandez-Santiago, but no luck so far.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

LOCAL DOCTOR SAYS GET KIDS READY FOR THE HEAT OF PRACTICES, GAMES
With the start of Metro schools less than two weeks away, Dr. Andrew Gregory, a specialist in pediatric sports medicine at Vanderbilt, says if your kids are going to be taking part in practices at school, then you must get them away from that TV or computer, out of the house and acclimated to the heat! And you need to start NOW because it takes about two weeks of being outside, about an hour a day.
Dr.

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