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At 50 years old, Municipal Auditorium looks for its niche in new landscape

Municipal may well be past its prime, but it doesn’t look like it will be expiring anytime soon More

CCA seeks to keep inmate lawsuit information out of public eye

News coalition asks judge to deny order that would let private prison company seal what it wants in lawsuit More

Symphony, banks reach agreement to avoid foreclosure on Schermerhorn

Bank of America served notice of foreclosure on Schermerhorn Symphony Center two weeks ago More

'Nashville' will keep filming in Music City as Dean plans to offer incentives

State budget also includes funds designated for incentives to keep show from leaving Nashville More

State Board of Education passes minimum pay schedule for teachers

Tennessee House Democrats opposed measure, claiming it would cut pay for teachers More

TBR approves recommended tuition increases

Earlier this month, board approved recommendation to increase fees at 19 community colleges, universities More

Tenn. ends $40M in child allowances for unemployed

Lawmakers previously enacted law providing dependent allowance to qualify for $142M federal stimulus grant More
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Three indicted in Sept. 2012 fatal Antioch shooting; one suspect still sought

Police searching for Terrance D. Brown who is last known to have lived in 1400 block of Doubletree Lane More

Section of I-440 to close for 10 upcoming weekends

I-440 East’s first closure is from I-65 to I-24, scheduled for Friday, June 28, through Monday, July 1 More
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Case of Boys Prep shows charter schools face same startup challenges

Facilities problems, board turmoil, high attrition — just a taste of what can go wrong with first-year charter More
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State in middle of suit over formula for 5-Hour Energy

Tennessee also one of five states investigating energy drink’s 'no crash' claims   More

Possible 'meat operation' leads to toxic rabbits loose in South Nashville

Metro Animal Care and Control visited home last week and gave residents until Friday to get rid of rabbits   More

TBI: Women more likely family violence victims

Findings show that nearly 15 percent of all crimes reported were domestic in nature More

Four charged with manufacturing meth on Celebration Way

Police allegedly seize items commonly used to make meth during the execution of a search warrant More

State lawmakers consider tweaking how panel reviews textbooks

Textbook Commission is overwhelmed with volume, and lawmakers hope to hold hearings in fall on the issue More

Faith-based initiative directs legal aid to low-income residents through place of worship

Rules changed making it easier for retired attorneys to provide free services on navigating justice system More

Haslam's chief deputy Claude Ramsey to retire

Ramsey, 70, said he wants to spend more time with wife, children and grandchildren in Chattanooga More

Soccer coach accused of rape appears in court, charges sent to grand jury

Laise, wearing orange jumpsuit, stared blankly and shook his head as prosecution laid out case against him More

Council advances affordable housing bill during short meeting

Late resolution to extend free parking meter program for environmentally friendly vehicles also approved   More