0. Workman execution set May 9 (Knoxville News Sentinel)
NASHVILLE -- The Tennessee Supreme Court set a May 9 execution date for Philip Workman in an order released Thursday.
1. AP Top News at 7:03 p.m. EST (phillyburbs.com)
: WASHINGTON (AP) _ President Bush said Tuesday the unruly execution of Saddam Hussein looked like it was kind of a revenge killing, making it harder to persuade a skeptical U.S. public that Iraq's government will keep promises central to Bush's plan for a troop increase. In his toughest assessment yet, Bush criticized the circumstances of Saddam's hanging last month, as well as Monday's ...
2. AP Top News at 7:04 p.m. EST (phillyburbs.com)
: BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) _ Twin car bombs tore through a leading Baghdad university as students left classes Tuesday in the deadliest attack in Iraq in nearly two months, and the United Nations reported 34,452 civilians were slain last year, nearly three times more than the government reported. A total of 142 Iraqis were killed or found dead Tuesday, in what appeared to be a renewed campaign of Sunni ...
3. COVER STORY: Suburban Terrorism (Nashville Scene)
I t all started with a tip from his wife. On the morning of May 31, 2006, Carole Matthews called the Metro Police Department and requested they search the storage shed outside her Donelson home. A former police officer herself, she explained how she feared her husband, William Michael Matthews, might be storing illegal weapons there.
4. Already in jail on sodomy, gun charges, police say Simmons stole from multiple businesses (Bowling Green Daily News)
A Bowling Green man has been charged in U.S. District Court with bank fraud and counterfeit securities - and is in jail on sodomy and firearms charges.
5. NFL Notebook: Fassel interviews for Raiders positionNFLNOT (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Former New York Giants coach Jim Fassel interviewed yesterday for the Oakland Raiders' head coaching vacancy. Fassel, the Raiders' quarterbacks coach in 1995, met with officials at the team's headquarters to talk about replacing the fired Art Shell .
6. Advanced Technology Systems Wins $4.4 Million Contract with Nashville Police Department (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
MCLEAN, Va.----Advanced Technology Systems, Inc., a leading information technology company that delivers innovative technology solutions to federal, state, and local government organizations, today announced that its Public Safety Solutions division was awarded a 14 month, $4.4 million contract from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department to lead the Advanced Records Management System ...
7. Advanced Technology Systems Wins $4.4 Million Contract With Nashville Police Department (RedNova)
Advanced Technology Systems, Inc., a leading in
8. Metro PD hires contractor to develop information sharing system (Nashville Business Journal)
The Metro Nashville Police Department has awarded a 14-month, $4.4 million contract to Advanced Technology Systems Inc. for work on an advanced record management system.
9. December 2006 glimpses (USA Today)
Here is a closer look at many of the U.S. military personnel killed in December because of the conflict in Iraq.