April 10, 2014

 

  • Local Newstalk: Hearing highlights voting rights issues; Sex offenders leave Acres Homes
  • National: Pressure mounts for higher minimum wage; Ruling ousts lawyer in King family feud
  • Entertainment: Lance Gross From ‘House of Payne’ to ‘Crisis’
  • Cover Story:  Education Revolution KIPP turns 20; Schools prepare students for success; 10 things to know about KIPP; School leader, parent offer insight
  • Human rights ordinance proposed
  • YWCA names director
  • Pro & College Sports: Colter strikes blow for college athletes
  • High School Sports: Stewart gets down, dirty in softball
  • Chag’s Place: National Women of Achievement annual ‘Profiles of Prominence’ luncheon; Rodney Ellis Roast & Toast; TSU Law School luncheon

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