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1. Failure to File Reports Endangers Human Services’ Federal Funding -

NASHVILLE (AP) – The Tennessee Department of Human Services has terminated its former budget coordinator after an audit found he failed to file reports to the federal government.

According to The Tennessean, the audit stated Adeniyi Bakare had problems filing documents online for millions of dollars' worth of federally funded programs. Auditors said Bakare didn't contact federal agencies to see why the errors occurred.

2. Tenn. Panel Hasn't Posted Regular Meeting Notices -

NASHVILLE (AP) – A state commission that recently was in court over allegations it crafted an immigration policy in secret hasn't regularly posted notices of upcoming meetings on its website during at least the past two years.

3. Tab for Fannie, Freddie Could Soar to $259B -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The government spelled out Thursday just how much the most expensive rescue of the financial crisis will end up costing taxpayers — as much as $259 billion for mortgage buyers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

4. Tenn. Senate Votes for Fish, Birds in Barber Shops -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Let the record reflect that the Tennessee state Senate has endorsed fish tanks and live birds in barber shops.

The Senate on Wednesday voted 30-1 for a measure allowing Tennessee barber shops to display live fish and birds. A companion bill passed the House 95-1 earlier this month and the legislation is now headed to Gov. Phil Bredesen.

5. Bill Would Allow Fish Tanks in Tenn. Barber Shops -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Barber shop owners in Tennessee could have fish tanks in their establishments under a measure making waves in the Legislature.

The proposal sponsored by Democratic Rep. Ty Cobb of Columbia passed the House Health and Human Resources Committee on a voice vote Tuesday and is now waiting to be scheduled for a full House vote.

6. UofM-Area Residents Work to Salvage 38111 -

For Tk Buchanan, community development specialist for the University of Memphis Center for Community Building and Neighborhood Action (CBANA), the 587 foreclosures last year in the 38111 ZIP code are more than a statistic.

7. Where’d the Bailout Money Go? Shhhh, It’s a Secret -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Think you could borrow money from a bank without saying what you were going to do with it? Well, apparently when banks borrow from you, they don’t feel the same need to say how the money will be spent.

8. Credit Crunch Crimps Commercial Development -

With a vision of transforming downtown Seattle, the Clise family spent more than a century buying up key pieces of land. But the credit chaos has forced Al Clise to postpone his plans for a grand, 13-acre commercial and residential development.

9. House Lawmakers Consider $15B Mortgage Bailout Plan as Housing Troubles Continue -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Investors could sell up to $15 billion of troubled mortgages to the government under a plan key House members are discussing to bolster the U.S. housing market.

The tentative plan would allow the government to purchase up to 1 million mortgages over five years in an effort to help struggling borrowers avoid foreclosure and financial markets avoid more credit-related losses. The loans would be bought by the Federal Housing Administration, a Depression-era agency that insures loans made to borrowers with poor credit.

10. Archived Article: Memos - Sgt. Jackie Setliff

Sgt. Jackie Setliff of the Shelby County Sheriffs Office was chosen as Officer of the Year by the Optimist Club. A ceremony honoring Setliff begins at 10 a.m. today in the Sheriffs Conference Room, 201 Poplar Ave., ninth floor...

11. Archived Article: Memos - Storage USA names official Ian McFadden has been named chief operating officer for The Regional Medical Center. He formerly was vice president of hospital services for West Tennessee Healthcare Inc. He has masters degrees from the University of Memp...