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North Carolina edges 901 FC with 89th-minute strike

Memphis 901 FC's push for a spot in the United Soccer League playoffs got a little bit more difficult Saturday night at AutoZone Park.




Leaders of sales tax hike push vow citywide campaign

Leaders of the “Memphis Campaign for Public Safety” said on The Daily Memphian Politics Podcast they think the wording of the Oct. 3 ballot question is clear although Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland has said if it is approved, it would still have to go to the City Council for approval.

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Planners, St. Jude compromise over Pinch building design

Plans for a new St. Jude building with security fencing and a windowless, ground-floor wall ignited a planning board's concern that it would deaden street life in the resurgent Pinch District.  But ALSAC/St. Jude officials won concessions, saying safety of its ill children is a priority.

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