Happy Hour: All Washed Out

  • Though parts of East and North Nashville saw some pretty significant flooding today, we made it out relatively unscathed this time around. [WTVF]
  • The folks in Franklin County weren’t so lucky, though. A tornado likely touched down and did some serious damage in the area, killing one and injuring others. [WKRN]
  • Metro Development and Housing Agency hopes to eventually make all of Metro’s public housing smoke-free. The effort will start with a pilot program at Parthenon Towers. [WSMV]
  • The Preds reached the NHL trade deadline at 2pm this afternoon and managed to trade no one. [City Paper]

Photo by John Cade.

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  • >>>Nothing says “our priority is public safety” like the headline, “Police Face Bullet Shortage.”

    That and “Council approves guns in bars.” Quality! I love our representatives in Tennessee!

    I overheard someone say to even things out we should allow guns in the house of representatives. Seems fair to me….

    I just hope they have some sanity of mind and don’t override Bredesen, especially when straw polls (the closest thing to real democracy) suggest that they shouldn’t.