- The Nashville Rescue Mission is looking for turkey donations for its annual Thanksgiving dinner, so if you’ve got an extra or you’re feeling generous enough to buy them one, you know what to do. [WKRN]
- Metro Schools are getting $1.5 million to spruce up their schools and make them more energy-efficient. Now if only we could make them more efficient at everything else… [City Paper]
- For the first time in 150 years, it’s open season on the tightly-regulated elk population in East Tennessee. And only five people were lucky enough to win permits this year. [WZTV]
- If you live in Smyrna, you’re probably going to be hard-pressed to find beer soon because everyone seems to be breaking the rules. [Nashville Is Talking]
- The Clarksville family who is getting a new house soon thanks to Extreme Makeover: Home Edition was revealed to be Trina Scott, whose police officer husband was killed during a high-speed chase a few years ago. He also left behind three daughters. [WSMV]
- You think your Monday was bad? Just talk to the folks at Lexington Gardens Apartments in Madison whose apartment complex caught on fire twice today. [WTVF]
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