Morning Roundup: Emily Evans, Sniper or Target?

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In the CP, Stephen George has the piece everyone'll be talking about today: a consideration of whether Metro Council member Emily Evans is still working to undermine the convention-center project, long after the vote, or she's just being honest in her media-appointed role as the council's acknowledged expert on financial matters. ... Also in the CP, James Nix eyes the numerous allegations of bouncer-delivered beatings at clubs in the Lower Broad/Second Avenue tourist district. Naturally, commenters say this proves we need guns in bars. ... Jury selection begins today in the murder trial of Kelley Cannon, accused of killing her husband, attorney James Cannon, at their Green Hills home in 2008. ... Want to proclaim your salvation with a "Jesus is Lord" license plate? Rex sez: not in godless Tennessee, you won't. ... Victims of Saturday's hellacious storms seek shelter, answers, help. ...

To everyone's great surprise, compromise looks iffy as the guns-in-bars bill heads toward a Republican rubber-stamping. ... Police capture the Clarksville man suspected of beating his father-in-law to death with a hammer last week and critically injuring his mother-in-law. ... Accused double shooter Pee-Wee Hunter is expected to face the bench this morning. ... Will Bruce Mendenhall, the alleged "Truck Stop Killer," get a new trial after his conviction on three counts of soliciting first-degree murder? ... An IKEA at desolate Bellevue Mall? J.R. Lind considers the possibility. ...

Preds, you're killin' us! Chicago's up by one in the playoffs going into a pivotal Game Six. ... Meanwhile, the Titans do some fancy wheeling and dealing as the NFL draft comes to a close. David Boclair reports. ... Was a Palm waiter canned for tipping off higher-ups to his boss' bad behavior, or did the aftermath of a sexual harassment claim send him packing? E. Thomas Wood has details on the pending suit. ... In case you missed this Friday afternoon in the Post, Nashville-based publisher Athlon is launching a nationwide sports magazine delivered in daily newspapers, something like the Parade magazine of athletics. ...

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