Anna's News

Thursday, February 6, 2014

SCHOOLS OPENING LATE
There are a couple of schools opening late today... CLARKSVILLE/MONTGOMERY County and Robertson County Schools both opening an hour late.. Dickson County two hours late. If you have any questions about yours, you can check the closings under the NEWS tab, at mix929.com

WINTER OLYMPICS SAFETY WARNING ABOUT TOOTHPASTE BOMBS
As Winter Olympics competition begins, U.S. officials are warning airlines flying into Russia to be alert about toothpaste tubes which could hold ingredients for making bombs.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

FLOOD ADVISORIES. TEMPS FALLING INTO LOW 20S TONIGHT
As you stand there deciding whether to take the heavy coat and the gloves or not, the answer is, YES. Temperatures will keep falling all day, north winds will get more gusty, so it'll feel a lot colder by the time you leave work today.
We also have a flood advisory for Davidson county, so be aware that low-lying areas may be flooding, or may start to flood today.

WINTER STORM HITS MUCH OF THE COUNTRY
It's not just you, waking up to yucky weather.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

FACEBOOK TURNS TEN TODAY
57% all adults in the U.S.

Monday, February 3, 2014

SCHOOL CLOSINGS/DELAYS
Most schools in the Mix listening area are closed this morning, after the rain all this weekend, and temperatures below freezing overnight. Rutherford, Williamson and Wilson County Schools are opening two hours late.

Friday, January 31, 2014

PRESIDENT SAYS WINTER OLYMPICS SAFE
President Obama says the Sochi Winter Olympics will be safe.  The President spoke with CNN as American athletes arrived in the Russian city to begin preparations for the Games.  The Opening Ceremony is scheduled for one week from today.  Obama said Americans who want to attend the Olympics should go.  

NEW HELP FOR LONGTERM JOBLESS
President Obama and business leaders are launching

Thursday, January 30, 2014

ALABAMA SAYS ALL STRANDED KIDS RESCUED...
Alabama's school officials say all the 11 thousand students who were stranded at school buildings around the state because of that massive storm Tuesday night, are home and safe.

AMERICAN RED CROSS HELPING STRANDED TRAVELERS IN NASHVILLE
Here in Nashville, the Red Cross says there were dozens of people stranded at the Greyhound bus station, downtown...

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

COLD WEATHER CONTINUES
Winter Storm Leon is still at it, causing us to keep the heat up and the water on for at least another day.  We're not expected to get above freezing today, then overnight low temperatures 10 degrees or colder.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

DEADLY-COLD WEATHER IS BACK
We're back down into the potentially deadly cold weather again today, with windchill advisories in effect, which means even if you can usually run outside to check the mail without your gloves, or go start the car, you won't want to today, because a few minutes outside can start you on the way to frostbite. We have windchills today as cold as 10-below-zero. Today's also a day nobody gets to laugh at you for having hat hair.

Monday, January 27, 2014

MICHAELS REPORTS POSSIBLE BREACH OF PAYMENT INFORMATION
Michaels, the nation's biggest arts and crafts retailer, says it may have had a security data breach. Someone attacked the Michael's computer system that processes payment cards. Federal law enforcement and a computer forensics firm are investigating.

Friday, January 24, 2014

NES ASKS CUSTOMERS TO HELP CONSERVE ENERGY 
www.nespower.com
Nashville Electric Service (NES) is asking you to help reduce the heavy demand on the electric system, by conserving energy as much as you can.... especially through this afternoon.... when some people will have the heat cranked to its highest. NES says it doesn't expect problems in meeting the demand, they're not anticipating any blackouts or brownouts...  but they want to keep from putting too much strain on the system.

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