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THREE-POINT PLAY: MEM 106 POR 112 (OT)

One reason I wanted to make sure I was at this game was very simple: This is the Grizzlies last home game until February 19. On Wednesday, they’ll play in Brooklyn but after that, it’s theAll-Star Break. And with no All-Stars and no participants in any of the Saturday activities, this sleepy Monday game was the last Grizzlies action you’ll see for

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CRIME NOTES

Prosecutors said Monday they will seek the death penalty in the fatal shooting of a Memphis police officer last year.

The Shelby County district attorney's office filed notice of its intent to seek death in the trial of 30-year-old Tremaine Wilbourn, an ex-convict accused of killing Officer Sean Bolton.

Wilbourn was indicted Jan. 28 on charges of

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House sponsor delays voucher vote amid flurry of amendments

NASHVILLE — Proponents of a creating a limited school voucher program in Tennessee first feared that snow flurries would keep enough supporters from arriving for a House floor vote Monday.

But it ended up being an avalanche of proposed amendments — including a last-minute change proposed by the bill's main sponsor — that caused Rep. Bill Dunn, R-K

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Department of Education scraps online test after crashes

NASHVILLE — Tennessee education officials say they no longer have faith that a brand new education assessment test known as TNReady can be administered online after a series of computer glitches, including one Monday that forced school officials across the state to halt testing on the first day of its rollout.

Candice McQueen

State Education Commissioner Candice

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Department of Education scraps online test after crashes

NASHVILLE — Tennessee education officials say they no longer have faith that a brand new education assessment test known as TNReady can be administered online after a series of computer glitches, including one Monday that forced school officials across the state to halt testing on the first day of its rollout.

Candice McQueen

State Education Commissioner Candice

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