- Metro is looking for a way out of paying the $250,000 they owe to a man who was injured by a Public Works employee’s horseplay. The employee was trying to give a pedestrian a scare while driving a giant bulldozer and the pedestrian was startled enough that he leapt over a guard rail and hurt himself pretty badly. Metro was found to be at fault. [Tennessean]
- A section of the Emory River will be closed off for about a month while cleanup crews dredge it for coal ash from December’s Kingston spill. [Tennessean]
- Tonight marks Nashville’s 15th annual Night Out Against Crime. To find out what’s happening in your neighborhood, check out News Channel 5. [WTVF]
- The Salon Professional Academy is reaching out to potentially displaced GM employees by offering an unlimited number of $5,000 scholarships for those who may be laid off from the Spring Hill plant in the coming months. [Tennessean]
- The storms are back! Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued for Davidson and other parts of Middle Tennessee until 9pm tonight. [NashvilleWX]
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