Nashville doesn’t need to rid itself of newspapers; Nashville newspapers need wealthy benevolent benefactors
Cameras have been used successfully in past, allowing officers to look for additional evidence after crime More
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During a two-hour time frame, approximately 1,800 emergency and non-emergency calls were received More
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Robert E. Oglesby will replace Steve Cates as commissioner of Department of General Services More
Inmates sued contending prison run by Nashville's CCA was so violent prisoners call it "Gladiator School" More
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Rony Sorto was sentenced to 40 years for aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery and aggravated rape More
Estranged wife of Dan Auerbach alleges unspecified abuse in divorce filings dealing with custody of child
Just as last year, Metro scores 'intermediate' in meeting specific state-set objectives in 2012-13 school year
Susan Welchly, Ashley Summers request court to order banks to comply with ADA requirement
Original search area covered more than 80 square miles, but searchers later narrowed focus More
In filing, White denies wife's claims, says she went back on verbal agreement to settle divorce without mediation
Study says if alcohol consumption remains same, higher share of wine use would result in fewer traffic deaths
Cates, 50, pushed to privatize several functions of state government, including management of state buildings
'The City Paper' breaks down the various challenges and potential races looming on the political horizon More
According to U.S. data, Homeland Security has highest backlog, with 28,553 pending requests at end of 2012
Middle Tennessee's Leaf-Chronicle in Clarksville and Daily News Journal in Murfreesboro also affected
The specter of heredity has lurked in the darker corners of Cheryl Perkins’ mind for as long as she can remember.
Her mother died of colon cancer four years ago, and nearly all of the women on her mother’s side of the family had hysterectomies between age 45 and 50 because of cancer diagnoses.
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