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Tue January 21, 2014
The Morning Cram [what’s new is old edition]
From NPR: New urban waterways are making a come back. Cincinnati is following the lead of Seattle, Kalamazoo, Mich., and other cities by bringing back a buried stream that has been underground for a century. Uncovering these streams have environmental and economic benefits.
Kentucky: Former Kentucky state Sen. Joey Pendleton says he will file papers this week to run for mayor of Hopkinsville. A new survey shows that average retail food prices rose slightly in the last three months of 2013 in supermarkets across Kentucky.
Illinois: A report released today says Illinois' plan to save $160 billion ultimately won't make much of a dent in the state's growing deficits.
Tennessee: After years of bitter legislative fights over efforts to allow Tennessee grocery stores to sell wine, groups representing liquor stores and supermarkets are nearing an agreement that would give the measure its best ever chances of becoming law.