Thursday, March 25, 2010

Morning Roundup: Suits Aplenty

Posted By on Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 8:47 AM

It's all fun and games for a Nashville tow-truck operator until a co-worker with a handgun allegedly puts it to his head. Lawsuit follows. ... Speaking of lawsuits, the mother of the 7-year-old accidentally locked in a school-bus parking area last year has filed one also. ... Oh, wait, there's another -- this one from the baseball-card magnate who paved the way for Sarah Palin's Tea Party Convention appearance. He's suing organizer Judson Phillips for defamation. ...

A victim's testimony in the "Wooded Rapist" case paints a portrait of one sick bastard. ... Gail Kerr says government workers are starting to feel the same job insecurities as everyone else. And that's coming from someone who works at a newspaper. ... The Ingram Group sets up shop in the Beltway. Oh joy, it's got ties to Bechtel. ... Tea Party screamers denounce the tyranny of a nefarious government that intends to make its citizens ... healthy? ... Three men on their second robbery of the night are shot trying to rob the Brentwood Hyatt Place Hotel. ... It's bad, it's countywide, as ZZ Top might say: The Bellevue community paper The Westview will reach out to the rest of Davidson, thanks to its new Memphis publisher. ... Jeff Meltesen -- aka D. Striker, who puts out a zine every Friday the 13th -- makes good at Country Weekly. Attaboy, Jeff. ...

With their win streak snapped, David Boclair says, the Preds have a simple game plan: short-term memory. ... Terry McCormick has the backstory on the Detroit Lions' interest in Adam "Pacman" Jones. ... In a classy move, Arby's gives more than a little sauce to Dallas Blackwell, the MTSU student who turned in the $1,200 cash he found in the roast-beef joint's Murfreesboro parking lot. If you stop in (and you should), tell Don we sent you. ...

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