Six things to know – 4/7/16
Here are six things to know for today.
Verizon and AT&T crews are working to fully restore service after a fiber line was cut yesterday. Many outages are reported in Marshall, Calloway, and McCracken counties.
Tennessee police are looking for 13-year-old Brooklyn Morrison. She went missing and may be with her father, who has a lengthy criminal history including child abuse allegations.
You can take your first trip across the new Eggners Ferry Bridge tomorrow between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Crews say decks from the old bridge will be removed next week.
Country music fans are hitting social media to remember music superstar Merle Haggard. The performer died yesterday on his birthday. He suffered from complications related to pneumonia.
The wreckage from a helicopter crash in east Tennessee is now in a storage location. The helicopter was on a 12 minute tour when it may have hit a ridgeline. All five people on board were killed.
It is National Beer Day. It’s a way to celebrate the Cullen-Harrison Act that legalized the sale of beer and wine with an alcohol content of 3.2%.