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Condo owner questions cost of update project

An owner of a condo at Belle Meade Tower Condominiums (BMTC) has pledged to continue his fight against BMTC

Striders prepare for Country Music Marathon

April 28 will mark the second annual Country Music Marathon, and many Nashvillians have been gearing up for it for months. More

Gore

Following his first day of teaching at Fisk University, former Vice President Al Gore told the anxious crowd waiting outside Jubilee Hall,

Petition filed to overturn NAACP vote

Members of the local NAACP are contesting the results of the organization

Johnny Cash in serious but stable condition

Legendary country music singer-songwriter Johnny Cash is once again in the hospital for pneumonia. He was admitted this past Sunday to Baptist Hospital, and as of Monday afternoon, he was in serious but stable condition according to the hospital

Death Notices

U.S. Navy spurned submarine safety tips

WASHINGTON (Reuters)

Survey: States reduce legal abortion access

WASHINGTON (Reuters)

ETA blamed as two blasts rattle Madrid

MADRID (Reuters)

Dozens of Palestinians wounded in fierce gun battle

GAZA (Reuters)

News Briefs

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National Briefs

Bush hits road to sell military modernization

President George W. Bush hits the road this week to sell his ideas for modernizing the U.S. armed forces, beginning with a $1.4 billion pay raise

International space station grows as Destiny lab opened

U.S. officials pledge answers in sub crash

Ancient Egyptian tomb discovered in Sakkara

Monumental plaza

Improvements being made to monument site More

International Briefs

Charlotte Pike area will be site of Metro

Fourteen acres of land in front of the Wal-Mart Super Center on Charlotte Pike, including a soccer field and a historic site, are slated to become a Metro park. More