Friday, April 30, 2010

Morning Roundup: Metro Budget Doesn't Suck As Hard As Feared

Posted By on Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 6:07 AM

Whew — no property tax increase and smaller cuts than expected as Mayor Karl Dean unfurls Metro's budget. ... The FBI is offering $25,000 for tips on the frustrating Tabitha Tuders case. ... After three days, the jury's hit a snag in the Sarah Palin hacker trial. ... Four words that have never appeared previously together: Well played, Zach Wamp. ... WTVF investigates a mysterious malady afflicting Fort Campbell soldiers who have returned from overseas. ... If you live near Charlotte Pike and your car won't run, blame this guy. ... Maybe they didn't serve peanuts: Two planes take gunfire at Clarksville's Outlaw Field. ... Hey kids! A clown's serving ice cream! ...

The Williamson County Special Olympics Spring Games are underway in Brentwood. As for nationals, local athletes Teresa Dennis and Caroline Walker are already on their way. ... Kid Rock will host the CMA Awards this summer. Better luck next time, Liza Minnelli. ... Carrington Fox has a round-up of the hottest thing going in local food: CSAs, or community-supported agriculture. ... The good news: Nashville's foreclosure rate beats the national average. The bad news: The numbers are still up. ... MBA students remember their slain custodian by sharing his tasks. ... Hear us out: This movie based on the life of Mussolini's mistress is amazing. ... Happy birthday, Mama. ...

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