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Tennessee Highway Safety Office Announces Award Recipients from 2017 Tennessee Lifesavers Conference and Law Enforcement Challenge
THSO Thursday August 31, 2017

Law Enforcement Administrator Brenda Jones distributed three grant funding awards to law enforcement agencies who participated in the THSO's SAFE Campaign. The scope of the SAFE Campaign is to increase seatbelt usage with combined efforts of enforcement and education. All qualifying agencies participating in the SAFE Campaign with identifiable highway traffic safety issues were eligible to receive grant funding. Winners are listed as follows. Crossville Police Department 1st Place ($10,000 in grant award funding), Sullivan County Sheriff's Office, 2nd Place ($7,500 in grant award finding) and Lebanon Police Department 3rd Place ($5,000 in grant award funding).

 


Truck Pull and Horse & Mule Show Cancelled
CC Fair Thursday August 31, 2017

Due to inclement weather, The Cumberland County Fair has announced that the Truck and Tractor Pull has been cancelled for tonight. Also, the Horse and Mule Show has been cancelled for Friday night. Carrie Hassler is now scheduled to perform in the grandstands on Friday evening at the Cumberland County Fair.

 


Flash Flood Watch For Middle TN
NWS Thursday August 31, 2017

A Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for most of Middle Tennessee. Locations across the higher elevations of the Upper Cumberland Region, southern portions of the Cumberland Plateau Region, and far southern counties across central and eastern portions of the mid state are not within this watch area currently.

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Nashville TN
1022 AM CDT Thu Aug 31 2017

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1022 AM CDT Thu Aug 31 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of Middle
Tennessee.

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight

A Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for most of Middle Tennessee. Locations across the higher elevations of the Upper Cumberland Region, southern portions of the Cumberland Plateau Region, and far southern counties across central and eastern portions of the mid state are not within this watch area currently.
There is a slight risk of severe storms across southern portions
of the mid state with a marginal risk of severe storms across
northern portions of the mid state this afternoon through the
early evening hours tonight. With any severe storms that do
occur, the formation of isolated tornadoes will be the primary
threat.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Friday through Wednesday
Heavy rain will persist through Friday as Tropical Depression
Harvey moves across Middle Tennessee. Forecast rainfall amounts from today through Friday afternoon range from up to 1 inch along the Cumberland Plateau, to 3 to 5 inches across the Nashville Metro Area, to 6 to 8 inches around Clarksville and Land-between-the-Lakes.
Also, areas generally east of I-65 remain under a marginal risk of severe storms on Friday, with isolated tornadoes once again being the primary threat.
Winds will increase across most of Middle Tennessee tonight and Friday as the center of Harvey tracks across the mid state.
Sustained speeds of 10 to 20 mph will be common, with gusts of
30 mph or greater in many areas, is expected.

 


TENNESSEE ATTAINS STATEWIDE COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL PARTICLE POLLUTION STANDARDS
TN Dept. of Environment and Conservation/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday August 31, 2017

The entire state of Tennessee is now in compliance with federal air quality health standards for particle pollution, also known as particulate matter or PM2.5.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has finalized its official redesignation of all of Anderson, Knox, Blount and Loudon counties and the remaining part of Roane County as "attainment," which means the areas now meet federal particle pollution standards. These areas were the last remaining areas in Tennessee to achieve the designation.

 


Tennessee Highway Safety Office Announces $3 Million in Federal Highway Safety Funds
TN Dept. of Safety and Homeland Security/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday August 31, 2017

On Wednesday, August 30, the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security and the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) announced that more than $3 million in federal grand funds have been awarded to law enforcement agencies and partners in the Cumberland Region. About 400 grants were distributed statewide with the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office receiving $35,000 and the Crossville Police Department receiving $20,000. The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security says the grant funds provide essential highway safety training and equipment for law enforcement agencies, sophisticated crash data collection analysis technology, specialized DUI prosecutors, resources for emergency response personnel, and educational tools to help improve driver behavior.

 

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