Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) reports that few strong storms will be possible again this Saturday afternoon, May 23rd, 2020.
The threat will be the highest across the northwest. Strong wind gusts and small hail are the main threats.
No hazardous weather is expected for Sunday.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) reports that there have been 19,789 confirmed cases of COVID-19 Coronavirus in Tennessee as of Saturday, May 23rd, 2020. That is an increase of 395 cases from Friday’s 19,394. There have been 329 deaths in Tennessee because of the virus.
There have been sixteen new cases of the COVID-19 Coronavirus reported in Montgomery County. The total is at 234. There has been three deaths in Montgomery County due to the virus.
Nashville, TN – On Monday, May 18th, 2020, Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Interdiction Plus (IP) Trooper Andrew Connors stopped a silver GMC Yukon XL on Interstate 24 at the 82-mile marker in Rutherford County, Tennessee for a traffic violation.
During the investigation, Trooper Connors became suspicious that the occupants of the vehicle were involved in criminal activity. IP Troopers Daniels and Campbell arrived to assist.
Trooper Connors obtained consent to search the vehicle. Troopers located 42 re-encoded credit cards, nine Bluetooth skimmer ribbons, one laptop, one USB skimmer ribbon attachment for a computer, multiple gas pump keys, gas pump security seals, five grams of cocaine, and other paraphernalia consistent with credit card fraud and identity theft.
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library will begin a phase 2 expanded reopening to the public at 9:00am Tuesday, May 26th, 2020. The library will be closed for Memorial Day Monday, May 25th.
What are the changes patrons will see during this second phase beginning on Tuesday?
Clarksville Fire Rescue Recruits ready for service after 12 weeks of training
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts administered the oath of office Thursday, May 22nd, 2020 to 10 new Clarksville Fire Rescue firefighters.
Family members pinned badges on the uniforms of these new firefighters: Ethan Baggett, Daniel Darnell, Thomas Farst, Ryan Hamaker, Chase Melton, Dakota Robertson, Kate Russell, Joseph Ross, Brandon Smith and Wilson Smith.
Thursday’s ceremony at Wilma Rudolph Event Center was conducted amid COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic-related protocols.
Hampton, VA – NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia has been at the forefront of humankind’s journey into space. From the Apollo missions to the Artemis program, Langley has helped bring color to space.
Now, it’s your turn to color the galaxy with our NASA Space Crafts activity and coloring pages.
As part of the agency’s NASA@Home initiative, students from elementary school age and above can add their creativity to the people and technologies that have propelled humans to the Moon and beyond.
Washington, D.C. – Our Nation mourns for every life lost to the coronavirus pandemic, and we share in the suffering of all those who endured pain and illness from the outbreak.
Through our grief, America stands steadfast and united against the invisible enemy. May God be with the victims of this pandemic and bring aid and comfort to their families and friends.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) plans to increase patrols and utilize a variety of traffic safety enforcement tools to reduce the number of serious injury and fatal crashes across the state during this year’s Memorial Day holiday period. The THP will conduct saturation patrols, seat belt and sobriety checkpoints, as well as increased visibility on high-crash corridors throughout the summer to reduce serious injury and fatal crashes.
“This is not the typical Memorial Day that signals the start of summer travel,” Colonel Dereck Stewart said. “We continue to see fatalities on the rise with fewer vehicles on the road. I have instructed Troopers to proactively enforce seat belt laws, reckless and impaired driving this weekend and throughout the summer months. These behaviors are the common contributors to injury and death on the roadways of Tennessee.
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