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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 More

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.

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. More

Ex-Bills player takes lessons to area school

Former Buffalo Bill Paul Guidry, has applied his experience as a NFL player to coaching football and tennis at Stratford High. More

Woodland Studios leaves the building

Studio owner says damage to structure forced decision More

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National Briefs

Arkansas 12-2 at home

Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson says his "Hogs" have to play well to beat UT More

Byrd: Grateful, but still wants to win

Belmont coach Rick Byrd has his team at 11-11 going into tonight's matchup More

Howard-Downs

Will Howard-Downs a prolific scorer in high school at the University School of Nashville, is displaying other facets of his game as a redshirt freshman

Sports Scene

Sports Scene with BIll King and Bob Bell More

Belmont visits Vandy

Cross town rivals square off tonight at Memorial Gym More

India plans to ban tobacco sponsorship, public smoking

Titans hire Cunningham

Canada forges diplomatic ties with North Korea

Bush focuses on tax cut benefits for small businesses

Addition to Salon FX building would add midtown dwellings

Salon FX owner Nelson Palacios is preparing to retrofit his midtown building to create a New Urbanism-style feel and function More

Websites are hosts for extremist plots

Robber hits AmSouth Bank on West End

The AmSouth Bank branch at 3021 West End Ave. was robbed at 1:15 p.m. yesterday More