Bright & Early: We Woke Up And It Was Fall Edition

Good morning, Nashville. You might have noticed that it’s a little chilly outside this morning, and we couldn’t be happier to tell you that it’s going to be like this all week. Don’t hang up the flip flops just yet, though, since it’s supposed to be back into the 80s next week. Either way, we’re getting the feeling that the season for epic corn mazes and hot apple cider is just around the corner.

  • Another data breach. After the city lost all of our voter information in January and Williamson County Schools accidentally posted everyone’s social security numbers all over the internet, we’re starting to wonder if our data is safe anywhere around here. Last week, even TSU got in on the action when a flash drive containing 9,000 students’ financial records went MIA.
  • West Nile, 3; Antioch, 0. Antioch is spraying for mosquitoes again after finding 6 more “batches” of the little buggers that tested positive for West Nile, making this the third try. Those of you in the area know the drill by now: Keep the kids and the pets inside this evening. The trucks will be out around dusk.
  • Monday morning bonus. Clarksville mayor Johnny Piper busts some serious moves during the father-daughter dance at his daughter’s wedding reception; becomes instant Youtube celebrity. Video here, and it’s about 1:30 in.
  • Bits & pieces. Forget the armadillos–we’re bracing for a coyote invasion … Williamson County makes more headlines with borderline racism … Vince Young drama aside, the Titans had a great outing against the Bengals, winning 24-7.

Photo by Chris Wage.

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