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UPDATE: CPD Investigating shots fired near APSU

By Emily DeSpain Staff Writer   Clarksville Police are currently investigating a report of shots fired in Lincoln Homes. Police responded to the call at 2:45 p.m. on June 4, 2014. According to a university wide email from APSU Police Chief Michael J. Kasitz, CPD has two suspects in custody ...

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Alisa White to be APSU’s next president, pending TBR approval

Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan recommended Alisa White for the president position at APSU. TBR is expected to make the final decision in a phone meeting at 3:30 p.m. Monday, June 2. White previously worked at University of Texas at Tyler and made positive developments to the university ...

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Sinkhole appears in APSU football field

A sinkhole that originally appeared in January of this year opened Monday, May 19, on APSU’s football field, just feet away from the new Govs Stadium structure. Superintendent of Morgan Contractors Steve Settle said the now 40-foot-deep sinkhole did not appear all at once. The crew has known the potential ...

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Denley named interim president

By Megan McCann News Editor Tristan Denley, TBR vice chancellor for Academic Affairs and former APSU vice president, will take over as interim president of the university on May 10. Prior to serving as chair of the mathematics department at the University of Mississippi, Denley studied at University of Cambridge ...

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Case of mother accused in drowning to grand jury

Leaf- Chronicle   CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Clarksville Police officer testified that a mother charged with criminal homicide told a counselor that Jesus drowned her 7-month old daughter and Pegasus took the baby away. The Leaf-Chronicle reports (http://leafne.ws/1dV3l8h) officers testified at a Thursday hearing that they responded to a ...

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Hawaii law lets police have sex with prostitutes

SAM EIFLING, Associated Press   HONOLULU (AP) — Honolulu police are urging lawmakers to preserve an exemption in Hawaii law that lets undercover officers have sex with prostitutes during investigations. But they won’t say how often — or even if — they use the provision. The notion has shocked advocates ...

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