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National Briefs

Gore begins first day teaching Fisk students

After conceding one of the most controversial presidential elections in U.S. history, former Vice President Al Gore begins a new career today. More

Founders

Owner of empty Midtown building considers options

The owner of a Midtown building that has sat empty for almost 10 years says he intends to intensify his efforts to use the structure. More

MTA to suspend bus service for some students

Magnet school children in the Bordeaux area who ride public transportation may have to find another way to get to school starting in April More

Wallace narrowly wins NAACP presidency

Cryin

Can Bush find eight more Clarence Thomases?

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

Monumental plaza

Improvements being made to monument site More

Valentine vittles

At Antonio More

Going once, going twice

Top designers donate for Saturday night More

Cold water hurts fishing

Water temperatures are still way too cold for good fishing activity and this isn

Lifestyle Briefs

Commodore ball back with more depth

Karl Nonemaker, a preseason Louisville Slugger Second Team All-American selection is one reason coach Roy Mewbourne likes the Commodores' chances this year. More

Vanderbilt seeking revenge against Gamecocks

Vols look to stop bleeding

Head coach Rod Barnes' Ole Miss Rebels are coming off a 50-33 stifling of the LSU Tigers Wednesday night. More

Swim meet tonight

The Brentwood Bruins swim team, champions of the Excel Winter Invitational, where they set three records, are undefeated going into tonights regional meet at the Centennial Sportsplex. More