Tuesday Jul 29
Business money and arena fight shape two Sacramento Assembly races
In an election populated with Sacramento Democrats, David Townsend had little trouble deciding where to direct hefty sums from his business allies.
2,000 backpacks with school supplies donated to kids in need
Area businesses are pitching in to help students with school supplies, which goes a long way for families whose money might be a bit tight.
This day in Huntsville history: Huntsville High's Class of 1939 gathers for 70th reunion
Of the 71 members of the class, there were 24 still alive at the time. Jimmie Taylor of Huntsville, the reunion committee chairman , believes this was the oldest Huntsville High class that has held a reunion.
Economists behind the FCC'S Spectrum Auctions to receive Golden Goose Award
They will receive their awards on September 18 at the third annual Golden Goose Awards ceremony in Washington, DC, along with other 2014 awardees.
Hundreds pay tribute to journalist, civil-rights champion
Hundreds are gathering here to mourn the loss of Tennessee journalist John Seigenthaler, a confidant to two near-presidents and fierce advocate for racial equality who died Friday.
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Nashville mayor, congressman to fundraise for Nunn
Mayor Karl Dean and his wife, Anne Davis, have scheduled a fundraiser at their Green Hills home on Monday.
Reaction To Death Of John Seigenthaler
Prominent leaders from Nashville and around Tennessee react to the news of John Seigenthaler's death Friday at age 86: Nashville Mayor Karl Dean "Today we lost an iconic figure in Nashville's history - a man who stood for inclusiveness long before it was synonymous with our city's culture.