The number of West Nile cases is up by two in Tennessee. Another two cases were reported in the Memphis area, bringing the state's today to 21 on the year. Many of the cases have been concentrated in West Tennessee, but some have been reported in the mid-state. West Nile can cause flu-like symptoms along with a skin rash. In severe cases of the mosquito carried virus, paralysis, coma, vision loss and even death have been reported.
Wednesday, May 23rd
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL
Stewarts Creek vs. Jefferson Co.
12:30pm airtime at Oakland High School
SCORES and REPORTS from:
Blackman vs. Brentwood
12:30pm at Siegel High School
Central Magnet vs. Covington
12:30pm at Smyrna High School
AAA Baseball Spring Fling Bracket
Stewarts Creek & Blackman
AA Baseball Spring Fling Bracket