Happy Hour: Food For Thought

  • Mayor Dean and Governor Phil are putting each other to the test and seeing whose office can collect the most food donations for Second Harvest Food Bank. [City Paper]
  • Prescription drug-related deaths are on the rise in Tennessee, and the University of Tennessee and the TBI are working together to get to the bottom of it. [WZTV]
  • Metro is ramping up efforts to help raise the graduation rates at Stratford High School with the help of the Martha O’Bryan Center. [WSMV]
  • The University of Tennessee student who hacked into Sarah Palin’s personal email account during the election is scheduled for sentencing in two weeks and hopes to get off with probation. [WTVF]

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