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Spring Hill Emergency Department Gets State Board Approval

by / on November 17, 2010

A state board narrowly approved a new emergency department for Spring Hill. Wednesday’s decision for the HCA-run facility came in spite of protests from several area hospitals.

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Bar Association Reenacts Sit-In Trials

by / on June 14, 2010

On Tuesday, a Nashville courtroom will again be home to the trial of civil rights protesters who took part in lunch counter sit-ins.

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GOP Candidates Open to Alternatives for Non-Violent Criminals

by / on June 11, 2010

All three major candidates for the Republican nomination for governor favor tough prison sentences for violent criminals. But all three also told an audience of lawyers from around the state they’re open to alternatives to lengthy sentences when it comes to non-violent offenders.

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Man on Death Row Has Two Weeks toRespond to Motion to Set Execution Date

by / on May 7, 2010

Stephen Michael West was convicted in 1987 of kidnapping, rape and murder.

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Owens’ Son Pleas to Halt Mother’s Execution

by / on April 20, 2010

The son of a woman sentenced to death in Tennessee is pleading for the governor to commute his mother’s sentence. Gaile Owens has exhausted her legal appeals, and her execution is now set for September.

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