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<font color=red>State heightens security</font>

The State Capitol and state buildings set an additional level of security Tuesday in reaction to terrorist acts in New York City and Washington, D.C. Within minutes of the reporting of the double kamikaze attack at the World Trade Center, guards at the Tennessee State Capitol launched into heightened security. More

<font color=red>Security at Nashville airport heightened</font>

Security measures at the Nashville International Airport were highly intensified once officials were told shortly after 9 a.m. that the airport had to be shut down. High priority was given to organization and to informing passengers whose flights were diverted to the airport. More

<font color=red>Churches hold special services</font>

Nashville churches, synagogues and other religious organizations are opening their doors for counseling, prayers and special services. More

<font color=red>Vanderbilt nursing dean sees

Vanderbilt Dean of Nursing Colleen Conway-Welch was in Washington D.C. taxi cab Tuesday morning when she said she saw the Pentagon explosion. More

<font color=red>Sundquist expresses shock</font>

Tennessee Gov. Don Sundquist issues a statement More

<font color=red>Purcell: prayers with victims</font>

Nashville Mayor Bill Purcell was speaking this morning to members of the Skyline North Business Council when he first heard the news of tragedy sweeping the United States. He let the group know what had happened and said his prayers were with the victims. More

<font color=red>Students feel the fear</font>

Metro Schools students sat glued in front of classroom televisions today. For most of them, this is the first American tragedy they will know and it is a history they will carry with them to future generations. More

Belmont volleyball opens home schedule

The Bruins participated in the Wendy More

Titans suffer more than a loss to Dolphins

TITANS TUESDAY - Cleaning up the mess from Sunday night

VU ready to battle Ole Miss, another Manning

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Preds kick off year four of five-year plan

The Nashville Predators start preparing for year four of the five-year plan today. For some players who have been with team on and off for the past three seasons the next couple of weeks could determine if they are still prospects or merely depth players. More

Offense, defense, special teams to blame

TITANS TUESDAY - Upon further review, the Tennessee Titans

Titans best beware: Bengals on a roll

TITANS TUESDAY - Weekends haven't been happy ones many times over the last 10 years for the Cincinnati Bengals, but this year was different. So it is that the Titans will be facing a team next Sunday that in the span of 24 hours finally got its first-round pick signed and then won a season opener for the first time since 1997, providing coach Dick Jauron with an unexpected birthday present. More

Hopkins recaps game-day preparations

TITANS TUESDAY - You'd think after eight seasons of mixing it up with the leagues best that it would be easy getting ready for a game. Tough opponent, but someone you've seen before and somewhat familiar with. But still uncertainty. How much film did he study from the last time we met? Had he developed anything new? Did he get stronger from the last time we played? Questions like these are flooding my mind as I tape my wrists and hands. More

Titans' line play too offensive

TITANS TUESDAY - Of all the Tennessee Titans

Death Notices

House need cleaning? Call the moving van!

Every four or five years I get the itch to relocate my belongings. That restlessness is a holdover from my vagabond childhood when I migrated from military base to military base with

Garcia emphasizes focus on learning to parents

Director of Schools Pedro Garcia conducted a question-and-answer forum with the Hillsboro Cluster Parent Group at Eakin Elementary Monday. The parent group gathered a list of questions throughout the week to present to Garcia and audience members were given index cards upon entering for additional questions. More

News Briefs

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's News Briefs: Juvenile court set to sponsor provider fair, Additional downtown parking announced and Cultural Center announces classes. More

Organic produce growers organizing lobby alliance

Local growers of organic produce are banding together to create a lobby much in the way California growers of organic produce did more than a decade ago. The group, called Tennessee Organic Growers Alliance (TOGA), will have its first organizational meeting Sept. 29 at YCAP in East Nashville, said Peggy Lynn, organizer of TOGA. More