Weather Alert

HEAVY RAIN TO SLEET AND SNOW

Another winter wallop is headed our way with a mix of heavy rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow from tonight until Thursday morning. Heavy rain will move in late today and last through the morning commute on Wednesday morning. Up to 2 inches of rain is possible, with localized flooding. Then freezing rain, sleet and snow will move in Wednesday afternoon with significant sleet/snow accumulation possible.

WEATHER ALERT

Weather Alert Radar


In Awe - 06/23/14

  I'm just in awe of how generous our Fox 17 viewers are.  Thank you so very much for once again supporting the St. Jude Dream Home campaign.  Thank you for helping raise $1.4 million dollars for children who are fighting for their lives.
  Each year, I'm amazed at the outpouring of support for the Dream Home project.  Your donations of $100 per ticket top that list of course.  Then there's the builder who donates the house.  This year, that generous builder was Signature Homes.  However, the builder couldn't do it without all the vendors and suppliers who donate everything from the bones of the house all the way up to the last light fixture.  We're talking cabinets, faucets, flooring, brick, drywall and more.   Some of these sponsors are Brizo, Brentwood Cabinets, KCS Construction, Sun Splash, Shaw Floors, Darrell Waltrip Automotive, American Signature Furniture, Monkey Bar Garage Storage Systems, Alley Cassety Company, Acme Brick, and Trane just to name a few.
   This project proves year after year that when everybody gives a little, the children win big.
  Here's the complete list of winners. Chris & Donna Lloyd of Murfreesboro won the St. Jude Dream Home. 19 others won some great prizes. They're listed at this link:
http://www.fox17.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/winners-st-jude-dream-home-giveaway-21955.shtml

Thank you once again for your generous support this year and for continuing to make Nashville the largest Dream Home campaign in the country.  Hugs!

 

Get This

Last Update on March 03, 2015 10:09 GMT

MARIJUANA-VENDING MACHINES

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- Pot-to-go would be a legal no-no. That's what Washington state senators want. The Senate has passed a bill to outlaw selling marijuana at a drive-through window or in a vending machine. In a 47-0 vote, senators approved the new restrictions to the state's legalized trade in weed. Legal pot sales are already restricted to state-licensed stores. Senator Barbara Bailey says the bill would also keep pot-laced edibles from being supplied in parks, football games and in coffee shop drive-through windows. The measure now goes to the state House for consideration.

DRUG DOG

BEND, Ore. (AP) -- Zoey maybe out of a job, thanks to legal pot in Oregon. Zoey is a drug-sniffing dog for the police department in the city of Bend. Officials say Zoey is trained to detect a variety of drugs, including pot, meth, cocaine and heroin. But now that pot is legal in the state, officials say she could be a legal liability in suspect searches. Bend Police Lt. Nick Parker tells the Bulletin newspaper the department is considering options, including retiring Zoey early. Zoey also might be sold to a police department in a state where the weed is still illegal.

CONVENTION CENTER-FEATHERED FRIENDS

NEW YORK (AP) -- Visitors are flocking to New York's Javits Center. But we're not talking about the people attending conventions there. These visitors fly in and land on the roof. Researchers report the center's plant-filled "green roof" has attracted more than 500 birds, from 11 species. It's the only green roof in the Big Apple that's known to be used by nesting herring gulls. The convention center's fine-feathered friends were studied by New York City Audubon and Fordham University.

ATHLETICS-SWITCH-PITCHER

MESA, Ariz. (AP) -- Pitcher Pat Venditte (vehn-DEH'-tee) hopes to make it in the major leagues as right-handed pitcher. And a southpaw, too. Venditte is a rare switch-pitcher. His Oakland A's teammates like checking out Venditte's one-of-a-kind glove. It fits on either hand. Venditte was 3 when he began using both hands but is a natural righty. He's pitched at both the Double-A and Triple-A levels last year. A switch-pitcher facing a switch-hitter can lead to an intricate dance. So, baseball has ruled that switch-pitchers must decide which arm they're going to use before an at-bat.

 
Advertise with us!

Talkers