Happy Hour: Bible Belted

  • A second Bible theme park is in the works for Middle Tennessee. Trinity Broadcasting Network wants to move part of its Holy Land Experience park up to Hendersonville. We’re sort of terrified. [WSMV]
  • Since three Metro police officers were fired for steroid usage, they’ve decided to add anabolic steroids to the random drug testing procedure they have in place for all employees. [Tennessean]
  • Sen. Lamar Alexander was in town today for a forum with state lawmakers and auto manufacturers to talk about the future of hybrid electric plug-in cars. [WSMV]
  • Preds roundup: Metro Sports Authority says everything’s going to be fine, “wheels are not falling off” … Suter signs a four-year contract to the tune of $14M … Baptist Hospital drops role as Preds’ primary healthcare provider, Vandy might take over.

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