Good morning, Nashville. Hopefully you’re all waking up with A/C and electricity despite the storms last night. NES has been working around the clock to restore power to more than 4,500 households after last night’s bout of severe weather. Good news is, it cooled things off a bit and today shouldn’t be quite as muggy as the past few days. Hey, we’ll take it.
- “A very cute alien.” Here’s a heartwarming story for your Monday morning: Tennessee’s tiniest surviving baby turns 1 today. Baby Becca was born at Vandy 12 weeks early weighing 13 ounces last year. She’s still pretty small for her age, but she’s doing great. And our favorite part of this story is where here parents told the newspaper that she looked like an alien.
- Surprise! A Franklin couple is a little upset after the people who were renting their home allegedly turned it into a boarding house for a dozen Chinese sushi restaurant workers. According to the couple, the tenants built walls and partitions, labeled the bathrooms “men” and “women,” and allowed 12-14 employees to live there at a time.
- Bits & pieces. The ‘Noog is getting creative in finding ways to help their homeless, this time by giving them “a bit of empowerment” through free bicycles … The Wildlife Resources Agency will be poking around Centennial Park today trying to figure out why several fish and birds were found dead over the weekend … A food stamp hike has come in pretty handy for a lot of Nashvillians … If the Spring Hill GM plant ends up closing down, many of the workers might be moving to Michigan.
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