- Vanderbilt says they’ve seen close to 3,000 folks with flu-like symptoms since the beginning of September. They’ve even split the waiting room at the children’s hospital into two separate areas–one for kids with the flu and one for kids without. [WKRN]
- Hazmat officials evacuated a small area surrounding a chemical spill that occurred at a Nashville CSX train yard around 6:30am this morning. Thankfully no one was hurt. [WKRN]
- GM is officially shutting down its Saturn brand, which originated in Spring Hill, TN in 1990. [WPLN]
- Metro will soon be deciding on whether or not Titans ticket prices will be jacked up another $2 as a part of a new “user fee” that would help pay for renovations to LP Field. [Tennessean]
- A new school called the Academy at Opry Mills aims to help Metro’s high school dropouts ages 17-21 get their diplomas. Like the name suggests, classes will take place inside the Opry Mills mall. [WSMV]
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