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SHELBY COUNTY MAYOR-ELECTION PREVIEW

Republican Davis Lenoir and Democrat Lee Harris are facing off in the race to replace Mark Luttrell as mayor of Tennessee's largest county.

MUSIC-FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — It was just meant to be: Pop singer Bebe Rexha and country duo Florida Georgia Line's massive crossover hit "Meant to Be" has broken a new record on Billboard's Hot country songs chart, remaining in the No. 1 spot for 35 weeks. Billboard reports the song, which was dually promoted to country and pop radio, passed Sam Hunt's previous powerhouse "Body Like a Back Road," which held the record for 34 weeks in 2017.

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ALABAMA NUCLEAR PLANT, from HOLLYWOOD, Ala. — Plans for completing an idled nuclear plant in northern Alabama are to be unveiled soon.

EX-WRESTLER-DEATH, from MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Authorities say former World Wrestling Entertainment star Brian Christopher Lawler has died after attempting suicide in his jail cell.

HEALTHY PARKS, from NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A program that rewards Tennessee State Parks visitors for participating in outdoor activities has received an award for integrating time spent outdoors with health care.

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