The Week That Was 

Fighting for custody

Fighting for custody

The parents of the missing Janet March have won temporary possession of their grandchildren from their son-in-law, Perry March, in Mexico. Lawrence and Carolyn Levine obtained a court order from a judge near the lakeside resort of Ajijic, giving them 39 days with the two children. Then they brought the children home to Nashville. The Levines, who believe March murdered their daughter, hadn’t seen their grandchildren in a year.

Back to the gridiron?

Defensive end Reggie White has been talking with the Tennessee Titans about coming out of retirement to play here. White, an All-American at the University of Tennessee, retired from the Green Bay Packers as the NFL’s all-time sack leader after the 1998 season.

Bomb scare

Jittery workers in the Legislature’s mail room summoned police bomb squads to examine suspicious cardboard tubes. The tubes, addressed to various government offices, turned out to contain advertising from a firm that sells record-keeping materials. “We wanted to be safe rather than sorry,” said Connie Frederick, director of the Legislature’s Office of Administration.

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