Mary Mays, WKRN

Mary Mays


Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Mary:

Will there be a winter surge of COVID in Middle Tennessee?

As temperatures drop, concern about an increase in COVID-19 cases over the next few months continues to grow in Middle Tennessee. → Read More

Nashville to chop down hundreds of trees infected by Emerald Ash Borer

The Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive species, and unfortunately, hundreds of trees will be chopped down due to its presence. → Read More

Hurricane Ian evacuees head to Nashville

Hurricane Ian’s approach prompted the evacuation of 2.5 million people along Florida’s coastal communities. Some of those evacuees ended up here in Middle Tennessee. → Read More

What a ‘triple-dip’ La Niña means for Middle Tennessee

Meteorologists are predicting a La Niña pattern for the third winter in a row. This rare “triple-dip” La Niña has only happened twice since 1950. → Read More

Culprit behind most people’s allergy symptoms in Middle Tennessee

Seasonal changes often bring seasonal allergies, and many Middle Tennesseans are dealing with allergy symptoms as we head into the fall season. → Read More

Tennessee tourism rebounded in 2021, report shows

Tennessee’s Department of Tourism released its annual report on the economic impacts of travel and tourism on the Volunteer State, and the results are impressive. → Read More

Drought lingers in some parts of Middle Tennessee

While recent rain events have brought some relief, there are still concerns about the drought as fall approaches. → Read More

Developer finds 19th century remains near Fort Negley

An archaeologist hired by AJ Capital dated the remains of the two people to the early 19th century, but there are still many questions. → Read More

A look back at the flash flooding in August 2013

A major flash flood struck the north Nashville metro nine years ago this week. Much of the flooding occurred in the north Nashville metro area in the early morning hours of August 8th, 2013. → Read More

‘Bone-crushing’ dog discovered at Tennessee’s Gray Fossil Site

The Gray Fossil Site has produced numerous since its discovery in the last 20 years, but this latest discovery is particularly exciting. → Read More

TVA tips to help cut costs on energy bill

Here are a few tips from the Tennessee Valley Authority that can help you reduce the strain on your wallet during a heatwave. → Read More

Tennessee’s Atlantis: What lies beneath Dale Hollow Lake

Known for its crystal clear water and great fishing, Dale Hollow Lake is a reservoir that sits on the Kentucky/Tennessee border. But Dale Hollow Lake wasn’t always there. → Read More

Brentwood issues burn ban

Brentwood Fire Officials have issued a ban on open burning until wet weather returns. → Read More

Tennessee, Kentucky communities still recovering after December’s historic tornado outbreak

It’s been six months since 16 tornadoes touched down in Middle Tennessee in the fifth largest tornado outbreak in Middle Tennessee history. The tornado outbreak also impacted Southern Kentucky, where a deadly EF-3 tornado hit Bowling Green. → Read More

Changes may be on the way for RiverGate Mall

Big changes could be coming to the RiverGate Mall in Goodlettsville. A mixed-use plan that includes 476 multifamily residential units is being proposed for the former Macy’s, once an anchor store for the RiverGate Mall. → Read More

Tennessee roads ranked 9th most dangerous in US

Tennessee had a Road Danger Rating of 8.3 out of 10. But what makes Tennessee roads so dangerous? AAA spokesperson, Megan Cooper, says there are a few factors at play. → Read More

Landslide threat may be growing in Nashville

As heavy rainfall events increase in frequency and rapid growth continues, landslides may soon become an even bigger concern. → Read More

Could door stops protect Tennessee students?

The co-founders of Nightlock say that their products were used initially for residential purposes. It was the Sandy Hook shooting that led to the installation of their products in schools. → Read More

Growing concern for tick-borne illnesses in Tennessee

Summer is prime time for ticks, and the Tennessee Department of Health said tick-borne illnesses are a growing concern throughout the state. → Read More

Clarksville trash pickup company adds fuel surcharge

From airlines to Amazon, companies are charging more due to rising fuel prices and Middle Tennesseans may start seeing additional fees in places they may not expect. → Read More