- The Nashville Electric Service just about gave everyone a heart attack today, or at least those who receive their bills by email, when they sent out bills in excess of $1,500 by accident. The glitch has since been fixed and people should be receiving corrected bills within the next few days. [WSMV]
- Meteorologists are calling for about 1-2 inches of rain between tonight and tomorrow afternoon, primarily falling between midnight and 6am. As such, we’re under a flood watch through Wednesday. [Tennessean]
- The Health Freedom Act allowing Tennesseans to opt out of the federal health care reform laws has passed the state House and Senate and will be going before Governor Haslam for approval. [Tennessean]
- Vince Young wants Nashville, but Nashville doesn’t want him. [WSMV]
- FYI: Depression over a recent Preds loss is not a valid excuse for getting out of jury duty, however upset you might be. [Tennessean]
- But speaking of depression, Tennessee is only the 40th happiest state in the country and our poor neighbors in Kentucky are ranked 49th. Cheer up, y’all! [WSMV]
- That new roundabout proposed for downtown as part of the Music City Center construction is caught up in legal red tape. However, “The project includes a sculpture that will help cap the look of the new Music City Center.” We can only hope this means more Nashville Nudies. [WSMV]
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