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    Obama endorses Cohen for Tennessee's 9th District

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    U.S. Congressman Steve Cohen (D-9th District) of Memphis received on Monday an endorsement from President Barack Obama in his bid for re-election to Tennessee's 9th District Congressional seat. More>>

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    A new bill sponsored by U.S. Congressman Steve Cohen (D-9th District) of Memphis aims to use tax incentives to revitalize the poorest communities. More>>

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    Memphis Made Brewing starts bottling beer

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    Starting April 19, fans of Memphis Made Brewing Co. will be able to enjoy this local beer a new way: in large bottles. More>>

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    28th Africa in April festival runs through April 20

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      Kevin Durant is tired of hearing about Tony Allen's defense.
      Kevin Durant is tired of hearing about Tony Allen's defense.
    • Joerger on dramatic Game 2 OT win over Thunder

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      Though he gave the team the day off, head coach Dave Joerger had a lot to say after his team's 111-105 win over the Thunder and what it means for the series going forward.
      Though he gave the team the day off, head coach Dave Joerger had a lot to say after his team's 111-105 win over the Thunder and what it means for the series going forward.
    • Tennessee hires Southern Mississippi's Tyndall

      Tennessee hires Southern Mississippi's Tyndall

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      Tennessee is counting on Southern Mississippi's Donnie Tyndall to make the same solid transition from the mid-major ranks as the Volunteers' last two basketball coaches.
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