Bright & Early: Run Run Run Edition

Good morning, Nashville. We’re running a little late this morning, so you know the drill. Here’s your abbreviated Bright & Early:

  • Room In The Inn’s new downtown homeless center will act as a one-stop service hub for Nashville’s homeless. The new $13 million building can hold a few hundred visitors a day.  [WPLN]
  • Forbes estimates that the Titans are worth an estimated $994 million. They’re ranked 18th most valuable out of 32 franchises. Go Titans! [WKRN]
  • Speaking of the Titans, everyone’s just holding their breath, waiting for Chris Johnson to pull one of his famous long runs out of his bag of tricks. [The City Paper]
  • Tomorrow is Tennessee’s Free Hunting Day, conveniently scheduled for the start of squirrel season. [WZTV]
  • Three Tennessee coal ash dump sites are among those accused of polluting their local drinking water supplies in a new report from the Environmental Integrity Project, Earthjustice and the Sierra Club. Nasty things like arsenic and heavy metals showed up in testing. Yum! [WTVF]
  • We’d probably sleep easier if sinkholes didn’t exist, like this 14-foot deep, 4-foot wide (and growing) sinkhole in Antioch. The property owner is scared that the sinkhole might eventually swallow her house, and we don’t blame her. [WSMV]

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