Davis Nolan, WKRN

Davis Nolan


Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Davis:

Meet Andre, the Lesser Anteater at Nashville Zoo

You can see Andre and lots of other animals at the “Wild Works Animal Shows” that begins on Friday, March 10th, and lasts through October. → Read More

What to have in your severe weather preparedness kit

News 2's meteorologist Davis Nolan says it's a good idea to have your severe weather preparedness kit stored in your safe place ahead of severe weather. → Read More

Meet the Red River Hog trio at Nashville Zoo

“They’re pretty interactive with the public as long as people are talking to them, especially if you know their names, Tater, Truffle, and Wilber,” exclaimed Morgan Fontenot, Nashville Zoo Hoofstock Keeper. → Read More

Multiple tornadoes confirmed in Middle Tennessee from Thursday’s storms

On Friday, the National Weather Service was busy surveying areas of damage in Middle Tennessee from Thursday’s storms. → Read More

Get to know Nashville Zoo’s 3 Sumatran tigers

It’s safe to say The Tiger Crossroads Exhibit at the Nashville Zoo features some of the most ominous but beautiful animals at the zoo. → Read More

Plant a tree (cheaply) for Tennessee Tree Day

March 18, 2023, is “Tennessee Tree Day” — a statewide tree-planting event organized each year by the Tennessee Environmental Council. You and your family can participate in planting trees together, and then watch them grow for years to come. → Read More

It’s been smelling pretty ‘skunky’ lately in Middle TN

Over the last month, it’s been hard to drive through Middle Tennessee or Southern Kentucky without smelling that repugnant odor. For skunks, though, that’s the smell of love during mating season. → Read More

Middle TN residents fall victim to icy porches

For many of us, the most dangerous part of the ice storm was stepping out of our own front door. → Read More

Power restored to thousands of Cumberland Electric customers following ice storm

The hardest hit areas in Tuesday night‘s ice storm were north and west of Nashville where some 6,900 customers lost power in Sumner, Robertson, Cheatham, Montgomery and Stewart counties. → Read More

What you should do if you see a bobcat in your yard

Barry Cross from the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency said bobcats are not uncommon in Tennessee and mentioned what you should do if a predator like that shows up in your neighborhood. → Read More

The last time snow fell on Christmas Day

The last time measurable snow fell on Christmas Day was in 2010 where Nashville received 1.1 inches. → Read More

The Winter Outlook, and what about Christmas?

With colder temperatures in the seven-day forecast, people are wondering how this winter is going to pan out. And most of all, what about Christmas? → Read More

Zoopalooza: Flamingos brave the cold at Nashville Zoo

When you think of flamingos, a tropical island or a Jimmy Buffet song might come to mind. But zookeepers say flamingos have no problem with winter and can brave the cold weather. → Read More

Dancing Lights of Christmas in Lebanon runs through January 1

The Dancing Lights of Christmas is in its 13th year of lighting up Middle Tennessee with the state’s largest drive-through light and music show. → Read More

Christmas Village Friday-Sunday at the Nashville Fairgrounds

Want to get your Christmas shopping done early and contribute to a great charity at the same time? Christmas Village is back for its 61st year! → Read More

Gaylord Opryland rings in holiday season with Christmas tree lighting

On Thursday, they flipped the switch and lit up the Christmas tree and display for another holiday season. → Read More

Fireball lights up the sky over Middle Tennessee Tuesday night

If you were outside Tuesday night around 9 p.m., you wouldn’t have been able to miss it — a very bright meteor falling across the sky and ending in a bright flash. → Read More

Set clocks back tonight as Daylight Saving Time ends

Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour before you go to bed tonight or you will be early to church or wherever you may be heading Sunday morning. → Read More

TWRA warns about potential dangers for drivers during deer mating season

As we continue to cruise through the fall season, you might notice some four-legged company on the road that can pose a big risk to drivers. → Read More

Swing into Nashville Zoo to meet the Gibbons

“This exhibit is crazy popular,” exclaimed Whitney Roman, Nashville Zoo Primate Keeper. “It’s in a really great place because in the mornings they like to call quite a bit.” → Read More