Woman wrongfully arrested may get $250,000 from city

Council will vote Tuesday on award for damages  More

Report says Metro too easy on prison contractor

Watchdog group offers recommendations for better enforcement of Metro contract with CCA More

City missing out on taxes collected in cabs, shuttles

Two-dollar tax was designed to help cover the cost of the $585 million convention center  More

Mayor calls for overhaul of city's transportation plans

Dean hints at possible light rail system to augment bus rapid transit lines More

Winter storm updates: Open thread

Tracking the snow, ice, cold and craziness of the current winter storm More

NES files condemnation suit to acquire land for convention center

City to use eminent domain for land to move electric service substation More

Decision to close fair was board's, not mayor's

Mayor Dean never specifically declared he was ending the fair, city attorney says More

Council approves Convention Center Authority

Body to oversee development of $1 billion project passes with only three dissenting votes More

City won’t raise property taxes, mayor says, though budget cuts are coming

Mayor Karl Dean’s annual State of Metro address Thursday gave assurances that he will not ask for a property tax increase next week when he presents a city operating budget proposal to Metro Council. More

School board’s Johnson confirms juvenile court run

Antioch representative joins field vying for Lineweaver seat More
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