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Nashville Food Truck Scene Today In recent years, some of the people bringing the most energy and variety to Nashville's restaurant scene are those who have chosen not to open one, opting for the more nomadic digs of a food truck.
Nearly 1 in 3 have sleepwalked, study finds - - Blogs
Sleepwalking isn't just a quirk of Homer Simpson and other cartoon characters who go on unconscious adventures. New research suggests it's even more common than you may think. Researchers published a study in the journal Neurology involving more than 19,000 American adults, and found that nearly 30% had sleepwalked at some point in their lives.
Hamilton Sheriff Rounds Up a Posse Under 1858 TN Law | Humphrey on the Hill |
The word "posse" may conjure up visions of a Stetson-hatted lawman standing on a dusty Western street, six-gun at his side, asking a group of local citizens to help track down a fleeing bad guy, but under Tennessee law, posses still are possible.
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AP News: Haslam raises concerns over charter school bill
TN State Wire ERIK SCHELZIG Published: Yesterday NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Gov. Bill Haslam on Tuesday expressed reservations about a bill seeking to cap the number of foreign workers at Tennessee charter schools. The Republican governor told reporters after a prayer breakfast at Lipscomb University that he is concerned about the measure headed for his consideration after passing both chambers of the General Assembly.
2012 Mass Stranding of Common Dolphins (Delphinus delphis) on Cape Cod, MA - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
How many dolphins have stranded on Cape Cod this winter? From January 19-February 16, 2012, a total of 178 common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) have stranded in Wellfleet, MA and surrounding areas: Who is responding to the dolphins? The International for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is the lead local stranding network responder for Cape Cod, MA.
With voting under way, Davidson County General Sessions Court candidates get busy
As voters start going to the polls, the three Democratic candidates for a Davidson County General Sessions Court judgeship are appealing to them in earnest with a mix of advertisements, mail and robo-calls. Rachel Bell has a new video that touts her compassion and respect for all.
Red Wings’ Zetterberg out with lower body injury
Detroit Red Wings forward Henrik Zetterberg will miss at least one game and is day to do with a lower body injury. Zetterberg won't be in the lineup Friday night at home against the Nashville Predators. Tomas Tatar was called up Thursday from the AHL's Grand Rapids Griffins to take Zetterberg's roster spot.
Coach - the case for Terry Crisp
Related Stories Topics Who are your favourite all-time Flames? Help us determine the club's dream-team lineup. Voting begins Sunday, Feb. 12 and runs daily through Feb. 18 as we ask you to help us determine who you think is the all-time best Flames player at each position (including coach and tough-guy).
Ducks stay hot with Selanne's help
PITTSBURGH - Teemu Selanne's goal displayed who he has always been, but Matt Beleskey's work to get him the puck defined who the Ducks have become. No obstacle, it seems, is too big for the hard-charging Ducks, who went into Pittsburgh on Wednesday night and came out with a clutch 2-1 victory over the Penguins to gain more ground in their push for the playoffs.
Is the 6th Circuit the Nation’s Most Dysfunctional Appeals Court? - News - ABA Journal
A federal ethics panel’s split ruling on a judge’s country club membership is shining a spotlight on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in Cincinnati. A New York Times article on the controversy asserts that the court is “surely the most dysfunctional federal appeals court in the nation.” The 6th Circuit’s Judicial Council, which includes both appeals and trial-level judges, said in a confidential 10-8 opinion last month that U.S.
Woodland family's real estate empire has run into controversy amid downturn -
They might be the quietest investment tycoons around. With almost no fanfare, the Marks family of Woodland has built a multimillion-dollar, coast-to-coast real estate empire. Stephen Marks Sr. and his five adult children run a portfolio that includes office buildings in Little Rock, Ark., a factory building in Rochester, N.Y., and a string of warehouses from Illinois to the Carolinas.
FEMA Determines How Bad a Hurricane Is By Checking if The Waffle House Is Open
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The percentage of the workforce that is unemployed. A person is classified as unemployed if they do not have a job, they have actively looked for work in the previous four weeks, and they are currently available for work. Source: USDOL, Bureau of Labor Statistics, December 2011 The annual percent change in employment figures from the previous to the current year.
New Life Lodge owner’s troubles aren’t confined to TN
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article incorrectly attributed an allegation in a lawsuit about profit motives of CRC Health. The allegation found in a court order setting the schedule of a lawsuit was made by a former employee suing CRC. The article also incorrectly reported decisions by the judge in the case.
Pain pill epidemic takes its toll on Tennessee
Addiction to pain pills has taken a toll on families in Tennessee, where state officials and law enforcement say it has become an epidemic. As some Tennessee families cope with the effect of the pain pill addiction problem, state officials are hurrying to regulate the industry.
Rand Paul's airport run-in raises alarm over scanner accuracy
Nashville International Airport uses body scanners that employ wave millimeter technology. According to the U.S. Transportation Safety Administration, this bounces electromagnetic waves off the body to create a map of passengers’ bodies and highlights anomalies. The technology does not employ radiation and is said to impose on the body 1/10,000th the amount of energy put out by a typical cell phone.
Accrediting agency gave glowing review to troubled rehab facility
Just months before the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services stopped sending children to New Life Lodge, the national accrediting agency in charge of inspecting its care gave the Burns drug and alcohol treatment facility a glowing review.
Nashville airport video doesn't show 'irate' Sen. Rand Paul
A security video of U.S. Sen. Rand Paul at a Nashville International Airport checkpoint doesn’t show him being “irate,” as police asserted. The Kentucky Republican ran afoul of a millimeter-wave screening machine Monday morning that went off as he tried to enter the airport terminal.