Morning Roundup: Perfect Storm Hits Metro Council and More


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It's not often that Channel 3 qualifies as must-see TV, but tomorrow night's Metro Council meeting is shaping up as a blockbuster--a perfect storm of guns in parks, public art, the Music City Center, the fate of the Fairgrounds and more. Joey Garrison has a preview. ...Colleagues mourn state Rep. Larry Turner, D-Memphis, who died Friday at age 70 after a long unspecified illness. Via Kleinheider....The Vince Young who once looked like a legend in the making now looks like--well, a legend in the making. If you missed the evidence yesterday against the Cardinals, read here what everyone'll be talking about this morning. ... The proposed Museum of African American Music, Art & Culture at Rosa Parks and Jefferson faces a hard climb to raise $12 million by next December. ...WSMV says to watch for a big economic announcement this morning from Gov. Phil Bredesen, something about health care. ...Fire hats off to District Chief Bobby Connelly, who just celebrated his 50th year as a Nashville firefighter. ...Why is the Federal Trade Commission investigating pharmacy chain CVS? ...Correctional Incarceration Tip No. 37: Before you release a guy from jail, always check his ID. ...


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