Rex: I'm not dead (I'm in Pittsburgh)

Plus: Craddock takes a swing at Torrence; council members having trouble being 'green' More

Rex: Girls gone mild

Zach Wamp has had more campaign kickoffs than the Tennessee Titans; police reports indicate local Realtor allegedly has dangerous bouts of road rage; and more More

Rex: Radnor Lake Rambo returns

Man strolls Belle Meade Boulevard carrying Navy model black powder pistol More

Rex: Death and taxes

Former Lt. Gov. John WIlder held onto life long enough to avoid taxes More

Rex: The way we were (Part II)

Memorable nuggets from 2009 — with a few updates tossed in More

Rex: Lobbyist just made his job harder

Do you Dread parties? More

Rex: Judge Haynes does a lot of haulin'

Local country artists are small and rich More

Rex: A different world … without a gavel

On March 1, 2007, the world was totally different than it is today. More

Rex: Taking on wishy-washy gubernatorial candidates

Who you calling squishy? More

Rex: Who's a backscratcher now?

Rex recalls a few years back when Metro Councilman Michael Craddock became a supporter of developer Robert N. Moore’s controversial construction of an Inglewood Home Depot. More
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