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      Top Stories! | Wednesday, February 1, 2012 See all Top Stories

      Rand Paul's airport run-in raises alarm over scanner accuracy
      A growing number of high-profile cases — two in Nashville — are calling into question both the accuracy of the millimeter wave scanning machines at airports. FULL ARTICLE »
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      Nashville Farmers Market reels from money troubles
      Metro officials were hoping 2014 would be the year the Nashville Farmers’ Market could stand on its own two feet without a government subsidy. FULL ARTICLE »
      More: News, Local News


      Vanderbilt defends nondiscrimination policy for student groups
      Vanderbilt officials told the crowd at a school forum that the university would not back down from its nondiscrimination policy for campus organizations. FULL ARTICLE »
      More: News, Local News


      Nashville residents arrested in $700,000 Wal-Mart scam
      Federal indictment accuses five Nashville residents of using bad checks to purchase debit cards at Wal-Mart stores across the Midsouth. FULL ARTICLE »
      More: News, News Crime & Courts


      Tennessee Commerce Bank failure could spawn shareholder lawsuits
      Analysts say the FDIC might balk at funding a 10-year, $4 million payout to Art Helf, the former CEO and chairman at Tennessee Commerce Bank, which collapsed last week and was bought by Republic Bancorp of Louisville, Ky. FULL ARTICLE »
      More: Business, Business News


      TN anti-bias lawsuit faces dismissal
      A lawsuit challenging a state law that invalidated Metro protections for gay and transgendered individuals will be dismissed unless activists can supply proof that they have been harmed by the so-called Equal Access to Intrastate Commerce Act. FULL ARTICLE »
      More: News, News Crime & Courts



      News See all News
      Nashville Farmers Market reels from money troubles
      Metro officials were hoping 2014 would be the year the Nashville Farmers’ Market could stand on its own two feet without a government subsidy. FULL ARTICLE »

      News Crime & Courts: Nashville police officer accused of DUI
      News Crime & Courts: TN anti-bias lawsuit faces dismissal
      Davidson: Nashville winter grads bask in glory, cold

      Sports See all Sports
      Vandy gets five stars for recruiting
      Vanderbilt addresses its biggest depth needs in the 2012 recruiting class, with 10 of the 22 commitments playing offensive line or linebacker. FULL ARTICLE »

      Sports Nashville Predators: Preds score four times in third to beat Wild
      Sports Tennessee Titans: Eli relaxes in Peyton's shadow
      Sports Vanderbilt Commodores: Arkansas 3-pointers sink Vandy

      Business See all Business
      Nashville Chamber of Commerce tells success stories on billboards
      Positive messages from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce will begin popping up on billboards around town this week. FULL ARTICLE »

      News Columnist Gail Kerr: Gail Kerr: The message is out: Business is good in Nashville
      Business News: Tennessee Commerce Bank failure could spawn shareholder lawsuits
      Business News: StartupTN.com aims to link state's businesspeople

      Entertainment See all Entertainment
      Celebrity Column: Keep the Music Playing receives support from stars
      Chris Young and Suzy Bogguss were on hand to announce The CMA Foundation’s 2012 donation of $1.4 million to local music education programs. FULL ARTICLE »


      Music:
      a.. Seeing Stars " January 31, 2012
      a.. Trisha Yearwood gets Food Network show
      a.. Tom T. Hall touts Kentucky's talent with 'Country Music Highway Road to Fame'
      a.. Heavyweight acts figure to make 2012 a big concert year
      a.. Danny Gokey weds Leyicet Peralta in Florida
      Lifestyles See all Lifestyles
      Health advocate plants seeds of change in North Nashville neighborhood
      After turning from fast food to a diet of fresh vegetables — and losing over 140 pounds — Trazana Staples has become an advocate for healthier eating. FULL ARTICLE »

      Life Food & Wine: Listening Room Cafe welcomes adventurous chef Nathan Lee Gifford
      Life Food & Wine: RECIPE: Veggie Quesadillas
      Life Food & Wine: Pulled chicken sliders serve bold Super bowl flavor


      Opinion See all Opinion
      Prevention is No. 1 weapon against women's heart disease
      If you think of just three women in your life, one of them is likely to die of cardiovascular disease. If you are a woman, one of them could be you. FULL ARTICLE »

      Opinion Tennessee Voices: You can't always see an attack coming
      Opinion Tennessee Voices: Women doubly challenged by stress
      Opinion Columnists National: Can voters get over Romney's perfections?


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