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The lottery is a bad bet for Tennesseans
A referendum on a state lottery is upon us
Dr. Kevin Shrum
Babies, yes; adults, no
The Reverse Angle
NAACP gains state approval for fundraising
The local branch of the NAACP has been granted state permission to resume soliciting donations.
MTSU coaches in demand
Middle Tennessee State has only been in Division I-A football for two seasons, but coach Andy McCollum
Material reparations in wrong currency
News reports surfaced early on Tuesday of a woman hospitalized in Ontario for what appeared to be a case of Ebola
CPA leads prep signings
CPA's Cooper Wallace, flanked by his parents, was one of six CPA student-athletes who signed letters-of-intent on the first day of the national signing period. Wallace will attend Auburn University.
2001 Area college football signees
Standards level the field
Metro Councilman-at-large David Briley is asking for a head start on spring cleaning.
Widenhofer gets all 26 commitments
Lottery referendum approved; vote scheduled for November
Broadway IHOP could close this November
An International House of Pancakes Corp. (IHOP) official says the breakfast mainstay may have to close its 2020 Broadway restaurant this November
Walker returns tonight
Scott Walker, who has been out of the action since Jan.17 with an injured shoulder , should return to the Predators lineup tonight when they take on the COlumbus Blue Jackets at 7 p.m. at the Gaylord Entertainment Center.
Scrappy Bruins fall short
Vanderbilt's Matt Freije battles with Belmont's Michael Couey for a loose ball in last night's 81-67 Commodore win over the visiting Bruins
Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Gunther Cunningham was introduced Wednesday as the Titans' new head coach/linebackers coach.
India promises survivors homes that are quake-resistant
400,000 gun locks recalled
Some 400,000 gun locks were recalled yesterday after testing showed they could be opened without keys and in some cases with just a sharp tap on a table.
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