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Cell Tower Turmoil in Watoosa Ridge

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Staying connected is causing a dispute in "Watoosa Ridge." Watoosa is the area between Walker and Catoosa Counties. A 180-foot tall cell phone tower is proposed for a stretch of the residential landscape. More>>

TN Republican Leaders Ignore Labor Hearing Subpoenas

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Despite receiving subpoenas from lawyers for the United Auto Workers, two of Tennessee's top Republican leaders have no plans to appear at an federal labor hearing Monday in Chattanooga. More>>

Big Chill Owner Fined for Over-serving

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The owner of recently re-located Big Chill and Grill gets hit with a big fine for over-serving a customer. More>>

Bus Driver Named in Crash that Killed Child

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We know a little more about the accident in Walker County Monday where a kindergartner was killed. More>>

UTC Vigil Held for Student Who Died

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UTC students have banded together over the last week, supporting each other after a fellow student passed away. More>>

TN Community College Tuition Bill Passes

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Governor Haslam's signature bill is now waiting for his signature. The measure provides free community college tuition for any high school graduate. More>>

Family Reflects on 6-year-old's Tragic Death

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Family members of the boy hit and killed by his school bus this week continue the grieving process. Zachary Bryant was only 6-years-old when he was killed on Monday. More>>

Tennessee Conducts Bus Inspections

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The state's new mobile inspection van paid a visit to Cleveland Wednesday. More>>

Customer Pulls Gun on Auto Dealer

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What started out as a customer complaint at a Dalton Auto Shop landed a Chattanooga man behind bars. The owner says the man put a gun to his head and demanded he either fix his son's car or he would shoot him. More>>

Community Mourns 6-Year-Old's Death

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Family members of a boy hit and killed by his school bus spent the day making funeral arrangements. More>>

Athens Men Die After Chewing on Pain Patches

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Two Athens men are dead, after chewing on pain patches. Police say both men ingested the pain medication that was intended to go on their skin. That pain medication is known as Fentanyl. More>>

Pedicabs Allowed to Serve Beer

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Chattanoogans will soon be able to drink beer while biking! City council approved an ordinance Tuesday specifically allowing pedal carriages and pedicabs to allow beer. More>>

Suspect Found Guilty of Dana Wilkes' Murder

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Tony Bigoms has been found guilty in the murder of Dana Wilkes. A jury reached the verdict late Monday evening.
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School Bus Strikes and Kills Child

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Tragedy strikes in front of Chattanooga Valley Elementary School Monday morning, as a kindergartner is struck and killed by a school bus. More>>

One UTC Tradition Takes on Special Significance

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A recent death on UTC's campus made one school tradition even more significant Monday night. More>>

Sketch Released of Second Suspect in Triple Slaying

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The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office released this sketch Sunday. More>>

NW Georgia High School Senior Walk the Catwalk

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For one night some Northwest Georgia high school seniors are ditching the books and strutting the catwalk and it's all for a good cause. More>>

Legislature Seeks to Delay Common Core

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If legislative leaders have their way, a controversial new teaching requirements could soon stay out of Tennessee classrooms, well at least for another year. More>>

Dog Shot by Cleveland Police Officer

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A dog is recovering after veterinarians say he was shot in the face by a Cleveland police officer. More>>

Man Dies in Boating Accident on Watts Bar Lake

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A boating accident on Watts Bar Lake claims the life of a man Thursday. More>>

Teen Arrested in Triple Murder

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A 16-year-old boy escapes the scene of a brutal murder Wednesday night where three men were killed. It happened last night along Kelly's Ferry Place. More>>

Case Closed After Shooting Suspect Dies

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The family of a man shot and killed after an apparent road rage incident says they just want peace. More>>

Murder Victim's Body Condition Discussed in Court

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Thursday's focus was on Bigoms interrogation in police custody and the condition of the victim's body when it was found nearly two years ago. More>>

Mothers Searching for Answers in Sons's Overdoses

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A mother is pleading for answers after losing her only son to an accidental drug overdose. Robert Allen died Saturday after police believe he took ecstasy at a party among dozens of other people. More>>

First Responders Hire Attorney in Pension Fund Lawsuit

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Two retired firefighters, and two retired police officers filed the suit against one portion of the pension fund changes. More>>

Test Traffic Circle Confuses Drivers

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Heads are spinning in North Chattanooga as residents encounter an unexpected traffic change. Orange cones are blocking the well-traveled intersection of Mississippi Avenue and Tremont Street. More>>

Day 2 of Bigoms Murder Trial

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Day two of a Hamilton County murder trial wrapped up Wednesday as jurors listened to opening statements and the first round of testimony. More>>

Owner Defends Event Hall in Front of Council

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An event hall owner went before city council members Tuesday, to again defend her business against reports that multiple drug overdoses happened there Saturday night. More>>

4-year-old's Death Saves Others

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A 4-year-old boy dies after a tragic hiking accident. Now we're hearing from family members about what happened and how his death is helping others. More>>

Dalton Man's SUV Hit by Train

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A train slams into an SUV Tuesday, landing the driver in serious condition. Dalton police say it happened at the railroad crossing on Tyler Street. More>>

Downtown Pedal Bar Wants to Serve Booze

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A new tourist attraction in Chattanooga may soon be able to allow patrons to sip beer as they pedal around town. More>>

Bad Batch of Drugs Handed Out at Party, One Dead

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We're learning more about a party where drugs were handed out over the weekend, that killed one man. More>>

Drug Dealers Catering to Young Teens

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The one person who is dead and the two that were hospitalized are young men in their 20s. This is the target market many drug dealers cater to.      More>>

Manhunt Continues Across Multiple Counties

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A man wanted in Dade County is still eluding police. Authorities need your help tracking him down. More>>

City Narrows Search for Police Chief

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Chattanooga is about to have a new police chief very soon. 77 people from 25 states, including some internal candidates, all applied for the job More>>

20-year-old is Dead in Party Aftermath

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A 20-year-old man is dead Sunday after an apparent drug overdose and Chattanooga police are warning others about the dangerous drug being handed out at local parties. More>>

Police Officer Fights for His Life After Crash

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A police officer is fighting for his life in Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville. More>>

Man Arrested for Setting Fire to Dome Building

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A man is behind bars, accused of setting fire to a downtown Chattanooga building not once, but twice. More>>

UTC Students Hold Vigil for Fort Hood Victims

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As families mourn loved ones lost in Texas, students at UTC are taking a few minutes to remember them. Thursday, they held a candlelight vigil around the campus' American flag. More>>

Stolen Trailer Recovered

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A stolen trailer is reunited with its owner after a story we aired last night. VIP Carpentry in Athens loaded a trailer with vinyl siding to re-build a family's home destroyed by fire. More>>

Chattanooga Film Festival Kicks Off

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After three years of planning, the Chattanooga Film Festival has finally arrived. 51 films, workshops, panel discussions, and after parties, all rolled into four short days. More>>

Chattanooga Man Arrested for Tattooing Minor

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The mother of a 14-year-old boy who illegally got a tattoo, wants the man responsible for doing the ink, behind bars. More>>

Woman Finds Boyfriend Dead in Apartment

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Chattanooga police are searching for answers tonight after a man is found dead inside his apartment. More>>

Man Dies After His Truck is Hit by Train

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An 80-year-old man is dead after a violent crash on HWY 11. More>>

Theft Adds Insult to Injury for McMinn Co. Homeowner

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A theft outside of a home adds insult to injury for a McMinn County homeowner. More>>

Cigarette Butt Sparks Apartment Blaze

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Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage and several families are displaced after a cigarette butt causes an apartment fire. More>>

Reward for Information on Dog Fighting Ring

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McKamey Animal Center is offering a $500 reward for information on a suspected dog fighting ring More>>

New Details In Sibling Rivalry Murder

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A long-time sibling rivalry came to a tragic end this morning in Red Bank. Police tell us the brother is now dead, and the sister in the hospital with self-inflicted stab wounds. More>>

Family Hopes Home Security Video Helps Catch Burglar

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A Chattanooga family is hoping home security video will help capture a man that tried to steal from their home. More>>

Teachers Get Resourceful to Prepare Kids for TCAP

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Hamilton County Teachers are preparing students for TCAP testing in a few weeks. They are getting resourceful about motivating them. More>>

New Details in Deaths of Twin Brothers

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New information tonight surrounding the death of twin brothers discovered inside their Chattanooga home on Saturday. More>>

LaFayette Man Charged in Grandmother's Murder

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A Lafayette man is charged with murdering his 75-year-old grandmother. 30-year-old Joshua Michael Fowler is behind bars tonight. More>>

Neighbors Curious Over Death of Brothers

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We're waiting for answers tonight in what caused the death of two brothers in the Manchester Park neighborhood. More>>

Hamilton County Schools Not ADA Compliant

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It may come as a surprise that dozens of Hamilton County schools are not accessible for students in wheelchairs, who use crutches, or have other special needs. More>>

Puppy Dragged to Death by Truck

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A Soddy Daisy Man drags a puppy to its death behind a truck. Now that man is charged with animal cruelty. More>>

Family Member Suspect in 75-year-old Woman's Murder

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A 911 call from a concerned neighbor in Walker County leads deputies to find a 75-year-old woman murdered in her home, and police say one suspect is a family member. More>>

Deadly Motorcycle Accident on Hixson Pike

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One man is dead after a motorcycle crash on Hixson Pike Sunday. More>>

FL Road Rage Caught on Video

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It's a video that has been viewed more than 7 million times on the world wide web. A Florida driver says this is an example of classic karma caught on tape. More>>

19-year-old is the Youngest Graduate of UTC

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When you were sixteen what was the most important thing in your life? Driving, going to the movies with your friends, maybe getting some independence from your parents More>>

Taxpayers Spend $52K on Murder Suspect Who Died

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There may never be closure for the family of a man who police say was shot and killed after an apparent road rage incident. More>>

WWE Wrestler Speaks Locally About Brain Injuries

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Hundreds of people showed up to a fundraising event Thursday night to raise money for people with brain injuries in our area. More>>

Teacher Says She Was Forced to Resign

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A long-time Hamilton County teacher says she was unfairly forced to resign for taking a student to a doctor. More>>

Paramedic Steals Pills from Patient

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A Sequatchie County paramedic entrusted with saving people is charged with stealing from them. More>>

Approved School Funding Does Not Include CSLA

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Parents at CSLA say they're disappointed they're being put off again, leaving their students in a shabby building that's nearly 60-years-old. More>>

Family Mourns Death of Will McKamey

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Family and friends are remembering Will McKamey. the 19-year-old U-S Naval Academy football player passed away late Tuesday night. More>>

43 Face Drug Charges in Bledsoe County

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A grand jury indicts 43 people on drug charges in Bledsoe County. Authorities took 29 of them into custody today. More>>

NLRB to Hold UAW-VW Hearing in Chattanooga

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We now have details on an upcoming hearing involving an appeal of the union vote at Volkswagen. More>>

Brief Police Chase Ends in Suicide

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A police chase in Marion County ends in suicide. Turns out, the suspect in the chase used to be in law enforcement. More>>

TDOT Asks Widow to Remove Roadside Memorial

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It's common to see roadside memorials where people have died in car accidents.  They are meant to honor the lives of loved ones who have passed away. More>>

Murder Suspect Appears in Court

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A first-degree murder suspect was in Hamilton County court today. Rodney Jennings is accused of shooting and killing Raphael White in January More>>

Alton Park Residents Want Sidewalks

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Some Alton Park residents staged a protest today, hoping to raise awareness about the need for sidewalks. More>>

Toddler's Autopsy Reveals Past Abuse

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Autopsy results show a Catoosa County foster child was most likely abused throughout her two years of life. More>>

3 Arrested in Dalton Bouncer Murder

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Dalton police have arrested three suspects in connection with a bouncer's murder. More>>

Bradley Co. Man Falling Through Healthcare Cracks

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Too young for Medicaid but too poor for tax credits on health insurance, that's the dilemma facing a Bradley County man. More>>

Pilot Dies in Monroe Co. Vintage Plane Crash

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A well-known pilot dies in a small plane crash in Monroe County. It happened Sunday night in the Cherokee National Forest, a difficult place to perform any search and recovery operation. More>>

CSLA Parents Protest Lack of Funding

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A group of parents of students at the Chattanooga School of Liberal Arts plan to spend another day protesting and demanding a new school for their children. More>>

Two Arrested in Dalton Nightclub Shooting

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Two men are behind bars Sunday night in connection with a deadly shooting outside a Dalton nightclub. More>>

GA Baseball Player Rescues Umpire

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A High School baseball player in Georgia took action when an umpire collapsed right behind the batter. More>>

Building Burns to Ground in Wildwood

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Another empty building catches fire and burns to the ground, but this time in Wildwood, GA. More>>

New Speed Cameras Coming to Chattanooga

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Three new photo speed enforcers will soon be placed in different locations around Chattanooga. More>>

School Board May Sue City

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The Hamilton County Board of Education is planning to sue the city of Chattanooga for millions of dollars. The board says the city owes the district $11 million in taxes. More>>

Teacher Killed In Hwy 58 Crash

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The teaching community is mourning the loss of a coworker tonight. It happened on Highway 58 this morning, near the intersection of Champion Road. More>>

Victim's Family Says Crime 'Cancer'

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One year ago, a 22 year old man was gunned down. Now, the case of Charleston Beard has gone cold. Beard was walking home from his girlfriend's house. More>>

Sheriff Candidates Debate Issues

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The two candidates for Hamilton County sheriff duke it out Thursday in a debate. Current Sheriff Jim Hammond took on Internal Affairs Sergeant Chris Harvey. More>>

Hearing Set For VW & UAW Arguments

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Today, we learned the NLRB has set a date to hear the objections filed in the Volkswagen case. Right now, April 7th is the day an administrative judge could start that hearing. More>>

Attorney Claims Investigators Botched Case

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Did investigators do their job? That's the question being raised tonight after public records show irregularities and lies during a criminal investigation. More>>

Anderson Recall Flounders

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The effort to recall Chattanooga's District 7 Councilman Chris Anderson isn't getting far. Election administrator Kerry Steelman says they've only been able to verify 146 signatures. More>>

Jaycee Towers Residents Back Home

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After 72 hours of being displaced from their high-rise building, residents from Jaycee towers are finally back home tonight. More>>

Cycling Routes Announced For Summer Championships

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The scenic city is in the national spotlight as top cyclists from around the country will compete here on Memorial Day Weekend. More>>

DUI Victim's Uncle Doesn't Hold Grudge

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A life taken too soon by a drunk driver. 22-year-old Brandon Beverly was riding on a scooter in Panama City, Florida when a car slammed into him head-on. More>>

Investigation Unfolds in Gas Line Rupture Fire

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An investigation into a gas line rupture and fire last week shows the utility line was marked in the wrong place. More>>

Inmate Shackled While Giving Birth

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Prison guards tie down a female inmate while she's giving birth. Charity Flerl says that's what happened to her nearly a year ago. More>>

Teens Freeze to Raise Money for Toddler

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How far would you go to raise money for a friend in need? Dozens of Grundy County teens are jumping into freezing waters to show support for a 22-month-old girl. More>>

City Rallies to Help Displaced Jaycee Towers Residents

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Tuesday, dozens of people are staying at a Chattanooga Rec center after Monday's fire at Jaycee Towers. More>>

Owners Argue Over Unsightly Barge

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A Bankruptcy court hearing will have an indirect bearing on who's in charge of cleaning up the unsightly downtown barge. More>>

New Details in Spring Break DUI Death

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We're learning more details about the investigation involving a UTC student charged with vehicular manslaughter. Police say Bruce George was drinking while driving during spring break in Florida. More>>

Jaycee Towers Residents Displaced

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Flames break out at a Chattanooga Apartment complex that houses more than 150 people. The fire turned out to be minor but it uncovered major problems there. More>>

Code of Silence Keeps Murderers at Large

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Police say many shooting investigations will stay unsolved. That's because people don't like to appear as "snitches," even if it means finding out who murdered a 13-year-old boy 2 months ago. More>>

Most-wanted Murder Suspect Arrested

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One of Tennessee's most-wanted murder suspects is behind bars tonight. US Marshals say they picked up Rodney Jennings Junior Monday in Memphis. More>>

Store Clerk Wards Off Thief with Bat

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A convenience store clerk takes matters into her own hands Sunday night when she fights off a would-be robber with a baseball bat. More>>

Rain Helps Extinguish Dade Co. Wildfire

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Sunday's rain gave Dade Co. fire fighters a break from wildfires that have been plaguing the area. More>>

Preach, Pray, Act

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It wasn't your typical Sunday service at Olivet Baptist Church. Sunday's theme? Preach, Pray, Act. More>>

Upcoming Job Fair in NW Georgia

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More than 800 job openings are being advertised for an upcoming job fair. More>>

Family & Friends Remember Slain Dalton Man

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Close friends and family said their final goodbyes Sunday afternoon to a Dalton man brutally murdered inside a Dalton convenience store. More>>

Three Volkswagen Employees File Suit Against VW

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Some Volkswagen employees have such a strong stance against UAW, they have taken their concerns to federal court. More>>

Hometown Friends Talk About Dalton Murder Suspect

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We're learning more about the woman police say murdered a Dalton store clerk. More>>

Teen Sentenced in Cyclist Attack

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A Marion County teenager gets probation and community service after being charged with assaulting a cyclist in January. More>>

Bradley Co. Sheriff's Debate

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Opponents in a contentious election for Bradley County Sheriff go head to head in debate. State Representative Eric Watson and incumbent Sheriff Jim Ruth addressed a packed room More>>

Witness Speaks About Dalton Murder

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A deeper look, at the details surrounding the way a woman murdered a convenience store clerk in Dalton. 21-year-old Skyy Mims is in the Whitfield County jail tonight accused of killing a Kanku's store clerk More>>

Gas Line Explosion Puts Crews in Danger

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A gas line explosion creates a chaotic scene Wednesday morning. It happened around 10 o'clock at the corner of Patten Chapel Road and Browns Ferry Road. More>>

TBI Completes Graysville PD Investigation

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An end could be in sight after an investigation into the mishandling of money by Graysville's Police Chief. More>>

Toddler Recovering From Snow-Storm Crash

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Wednesday, a mother recovers from injuries while her two-year-old battles severe brain trauma after a serious crash in Bradley County last month. More>>

Dalton Murder Suspect Arrested

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Police arrest Dalton murder suspect, Skyy Mims, in Bartow County. Police took Mims into custody Tuesday night. The 21-year-old is accused of stabbing and killing a convenience store clerk. More>>

Lotto Winner Plays Late Wife's Birthday

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Interesting coincidence, a sign from up above, or just dumb luck? A Chatsworth man wins the lottery playing numbers that are near and dear to his heart and his story may change the way you look at the lottery. More>>

Teen Opens Affordable Prom Dress Shop

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Prom season is almost here, and many high school girls are beginning to look for the perfect dress. For some, finding that dress brings anxiety because their families cannot afford a gown. More>>

Chattanooga Buys Harriet Tubman Site

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The Chattanooga Housing Authority approved the city's bid this morning for the now-abandoned Harriet Tubman site. The city beat out three other bidders with a bid of 2.6 million dollars. More>>

City Council Passes Controversial Pension Fund

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On a third and final vote Chattanooga City council approves changes to the fire and police pension fund. Mayor Andy Berke says the reforms will save taxpayers nearly 227-million dollars. More>>

Bi-Lo Stores Holding Job Fair

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Job-seekers, get your resumes ready. Bi-Lo is looking to fill dozens of positions across our viewing area. On-site interviews will take place from 9AM until 1PM this Saturday. A total of 16 stores are More>>

Convicted Felon Storing Automatic Weapons in Dade Co.

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Police arrest a Dade County couple after finding numerous weapons and drugs in the home. It's not just the guns and illegal drugs that surprised officers. More>>

Police Seek 21-year-old Woman in Dalton Murder

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Police are searching for a 21-year-old woman in the murder of a convenience store clerk. This is 21 year old Sky Mims. She is wanted for murder and armed robbery. More>>

Chattooga Deputy Shoots, Kills SWAT Suspect

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A Chattooga County Sheriff's deputy shot and killed a SWAT suspect overnight. Authorities say 60-year-old Herbert Wayne Morehead tried to hit a man with his car last night near Highway 114. More>>

More Horseback Riding in Scenic City

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Hamilton County officials hope to attract more horseback riders to the area. Special riding trails may be in the future for Enterprise South Nature Park. More>>

Arson Suspected at Chattanooga National Cemetery

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Firefighters respond to the second grass fire this year at the Chattanooga National Cemetery. Investigators say this second fire yesterday scorched about 5-hundred head stones. More>>

One Dead After Family Altercation Escalates

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We now know the identity of a Walker County man who died during what seemed to be a family altercation Saturday night. More>>

TN Parents Push for Support of Medical Marijuana Bill

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Last Wednesday the Koozer-Kuhn Bill was presented before the House Health Committee. This week it will go before the Health Sub-committee.

 
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Funeral Service Remembers Murder Victim

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Last week we told you about the murder or Warren Ransom whose body was found on Hooker Road. Sunday was Ransom's funeral service and dozens gathered to respect and remember this father of two. More>>

Escaped Inmate on the Run

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An escaped Silverdale Workhouse inmate is still on the run Thursday night after stealing a Hamilton County vehicle while at Chester Frost Park. More>>

Jurors Find Sequatchie Woman Guilty of 2011 Murder

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A jury found a Sequatchie County woman  guilty of first degree murder Thursday night. Susan Lynette Baker killed Clifford Carden back in February of 2011. More>>

Suspected Arson at Million Dollar Home

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A large McMinn County home on County Road 651 was on fire overnight Thursday. The alarm company called the fire department after smoke alarms went off on both floors. More>>

Chattanooga Pastors Work to Fight Crime

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Nearly 40 pastors met Thursday to talk about ways to fight a growing problem in Chattanooga. We caught up with a few pastors earlier Thursday who say they're helping convicted felons find jobs. More>>

Local Immigrants Weigh in on Ukraine Crisis

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Ukrainian and Russian immigrants living in our area are keeping an eye on the daily developments overseas. At an evangelical church founded by European immigrants in Cleveland More>>

What a TVA Sale Could Mean

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Dire predictions, if one section of the President's budget comes true. Once again, the Office of Management and Budget has suggested the federal government either sell the Tennessee Valley Authority More>>

Murder Charges Filed in Holly Bobo Case

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More questions remain than answers Wednesday, after a man is indicted on murder charges in the case of Holly Bobo. More>>

One Year After Howard High Student's Murder

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One year ago Wednesday, a Chattanooga family's life was shattered with the shooting death of a 16 year old. More>>

Murder-Suicide in McMinn County

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A McMinn County family is making funeral arrangements for two loved ones after what deputies call an apparent murder-suicide. More>>

Local Woman Stars in HBO Documentary

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It's a sad reality faced by more than 28 million children who rely on parents like Gilbert, to make ends meet. They're all living paycheck to paycheck. More>>

Teen Saves Grandmother from Burning Home

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A teenage boy rescues his 94-year-old grandmother from her burning home. Andrew Waldon says it was a toothache that got him out of bed early this morning More>>

Coca-Cola Announces Possible Chattanooga Expansion

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A global company born in Chattanooga, is returning to its roots to announce a possible expansion project. Coca-Cola wants to build a new 290-thousand square foot facility to house its distribution and sales offices More>>

Local Business Owner Opposes Minimum Wage Increase

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While many say the rise in minimum wage would help, some small business owners say it could put them in a bind. More>>

Rock Climber Recovering After Near-Paralysis

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Last week a young woman was rescued in Whitwell after falling while rock climbing with friends. The experienced climber was millimeters away from paralysis. Instead, she's making a steady recovery. More>>

City Removes Love Locks from Walnut St. Bridge

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It's a public display of affection the city isn't OK with. A little piece of hardware is a big symbol of love around the world. Huge "love lock" displays are famous in cities like Paris and Florence. More>>

TN Senate Approves Grocery Store Wine Sales

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Grocery store wine sales are one step closer to becoming a reality. The bill is officially on Governor Bill Haslam's desk. More>>

New Law Aimed at Curbing Cell Phone Usage in Cars

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A proposed law could force Tennessee drivers to hang up the phone and drive. More>>

Chattanooga Chamber CEO, Ron Harr, Resigns

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The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce CEO announced his resignation this afternoon. More>>

Local Ukrainian Transplants React to Unrest

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Russia has moved troops into Ukraine and now the West is outraged. More>>

Body Found on Roadside Identified

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A body found on the side of Hooker road Saturday night has been identified. More>>

Trail Begins for 1997 Murder

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A Chattanooga man accused of killing his estranged wife in 1997 is scheduled to appear before a judge Monday morning. More>>

Graysville Admits to Wire Tapping Residents

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Fireworks are ignited in the city of Graysville Thursday night. We first shed light on Graysville's government corruption last August. More>>

Controversial Bill Proposed in Georgia

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Religious freedom or outright discrimination? Georgia lawmakers are now considering a bill that would allow businesses to refuse service to customers who are gay. More>>

Confederate Flag License Plates Under Scrutiny

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The age-old debate over the confederate battle flag waves on. This time, the fight is over Georgia's specialty license tag, which bears the flag. More>>

Bear Trace Eagles to Hatch Soon

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Several eyes are turning to Harrison Bay, specifically the Bear Trace Golf Course. The reason: two eaglets are on the way. More>>

Connie Chung's Wisdom to Women in Chattanooga

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A veteran journalist known around the world spoke to hundreds of leaders and community members at the Chattanooga convention center. More>>

Western Drought Affecting Local Food

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Beer drinkers are being left with a bad taste in their mouths. It's all because of the drought plaguing the mid-west. Lack of rain is affecting tons of things across the country, even how your beer tastes. More>>

Special Delivery Leads to Marijuana Arrest

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Three McMinn County men are in jail after accepting a surprise delivery through the mail. 10 pounds of marijuana were delivered to a home on Highway 163 in Calhoun, Tennessee, on Friday. More>>

Barge Owner Files for Bankruptcy

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Another development in the case of a Northshore barge called an eyesore by many. The River City resort barge owner, has filed for bankruptcy. More>>

Deck Collapses Raise Local Concerns Over Safety

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It's a video that many homeowners and contractors have seen. An outdoor deck collapses in Indiana, hurting several people. The video captured the attention of many. More>>

City Council Passes Pension Fund on First Reading

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A unanimous vote pushes a highly contested topic one step closer to reality. The proposed changes to the Chattanooga Fire and Police Pension fund have made waves for months on end. More>>

Couple Saves Puppies Dumped Off Signal Mountain

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Seven tiny puppies are recovering Tuesday after being tossed off Signal Mountain in a cardboard box, near Dunlap. More>>

Chattanooga Residents Want Investigation of Housing Authority

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Local people are calling for a federal investigation of the Chattanooga Housing Authority. More>>

MISSING: 13-Year-Old Girl

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A Chattanooga family needs your help finding their missing daughter. Police say Naomi Bunton ran away from her Frazier Drive home early Monday morning. More>>

Two Children Drown in Car Accident

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A Bledsoe County mother is faced with burying her two young children. The kids drowned Monday night after the car their mother was driving slipped on a narrow road and overturned into a pond. More>>

Sequatchie Co. to Get Emergency Reinforcements

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A small town with limited emergency resources is finally fixing a big problem. The Sequatchie County dispatcher on that 9-1-1 call told the caller to meet an ambulance several miles away More>>

Dalton Drug Sting Goes Sour

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A Whitfield County drug sting goes wrong. The Sheriff says everything went smoothly, but one Dalton couple says they have the bruises to prove that innocent bystanders became victims. More>>

Surveillance Cameras Help ID Burglary Suspect

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A suspected burglar is behind bars thanks to indoor security cameras. The advanced technology is giving law enforcement more ammunition to put thieves behind bars. More>>

Hixson Development Moves Forward

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A proposed development off of 153 at the center of a hot debate has taken an interesting turn. More>>

Firefighters Fight Brush Fire by Hand

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A homeowner's attempt to burn leaves prompts a quick response from firefighters after the brush around him caught fire at his Falling Water home More>>

Climber Still Recovering After 30 Foot Fall

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A 23-year old Georgia woman continues to recover after falling 30 feet while rock climbing with her friends Saturday night in Marion Co. More>>

I-24 Accident Claims One Life

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An update to Wednesday's I-24 accident that stalled traffic for several hours. More>>

Hamilton Co. Could Put Brakes on Speed Cameras

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It appears the brakes are on for high tech cameras and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office. More>>

Siskin Shutdown Affects Dozens of Families

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Siskin's director says they're consolidating everything into the remaining facility in downtown Chattanooga. More>>

Burglary Suspect Wanted

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The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department is asking for your help in solving a case. More>>

How Wednesday's SWAT Scene Unfolded

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We're learning more about a SWAT standoff in Catoosa County where a 63-year old man took his own life. More>>

Board Passes Fire, Police Pension Fund

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The fate of the Chattanooga Fire and Police Pension fund officially sits in the hands of city council members. This, after the board unanimously approved the proposal Thursday morning. More>>

Suspect Dead in Catoosa Co. Standoff

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The suspect in a police standoff in Catoosa County is dead. A Georgia State Patrolman confirms to our crew on the scene that Alonzo Hood has died. More>>

McMinn Chief Deputy Linked to Child Porn Case

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A McMinn County deputy is now linked to a case involving child porn. The county was one of many departments involved in the case of a Niota Business man who has now pled guilty to charges of child pornography. More>>

Catoosa Co. Announces Snow Make-up Schedule

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Catoosa County schools have figured out how to make up missed schools days because of the recent winter weather. More>>

Pension Fund Vote Happens Thursday Morning

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It's one of the most anticipated decisions in Chattanooga government in recent years and it's happening Thursday morning. More>>

New Technology Helps Catch Speeders

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Hamilton County is cracking down on speeding with the help from new technology. Deputies can now clock drivers and send them tickets, without ever getting out of their cars. More>>

Councilman Anderson Fights Back

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The Chattanooga City Councilman whose district is trying to recall him isn't going down without a fight. More>>

Train Hits Truck, Driver Lives to Talk About It

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A train slams into a pickup truck and the driver lives to tell the story. Now he's asking that Athens city leaders spend the money on crossing bars before it ends up costing someone their life. More>>

TN Senator Abandons Controversial Bill

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A Tennessee senator abandons his controversial bill that targeted gay couples. That bill would have given businesses and organizations the right to refuse services to same-sex couples.. all based on religious beliefs. More>>

Ooltewah Elementary Fighting for Arts & Sciences

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The new Ooltewah Elementary School is fighting for arts and sciences education. Two classrooms planned especially for arts and sciences sit empty. More>>

Man Suffers Stroke After Contracting Flu

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As the rainy season looks to be winding up, flu season is winding down. But this year, families felt the impact way more than most years. And for one local family it became a nightmare. More>>

Teens Recovering After Father Shot Them

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Two teens are out of the hospital and expected to make a full recovery after their father, Stan Striker, shoots them last week. More>>

Four Teens Busted in Prostitution/Drug Exchange

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Three young men face charges in connection with a 15-year-old girl police believe used sex in exchange for drugs. It's a case that shocks Tunnel Hill Police chief Roy Brunson. More>>

Delta Queen Indefinitely Shuts Down

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Weeks of extreme weather is now taking a toll on the Delta Queen. The steamboat is now closed "indefinitely" due to frozen pipes. More>>

Car Crashes Through East Ridge Dollar Tree

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A shopping trip to the home of everything to be one dollar proved to be pretty expensive Sunday. More>>

Fundraiser Brings Community Together

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Members of our community gathered together Sunday evening in support of one man. More>>

Chatsworth Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

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Dalton police arrest a Chatsworth man late Saturday night. More>>

Snake Handling Preacher Dies From Snake Bite

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A Kentucky preacher known for snake handling died late Saturday night from a snake bite. More>>

Councilman Recall Petition Moves Forward

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The Hamilton County Election Office gives the go ahead to a petition to recall a Chattanooga city councilman. More>>

Soddy Daisy Man Plows Neighborhood

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On days like Thursday... with all of the snow and ice ... a lot of us could use a helping hand and a good neighbor. More>>

Who Had the Most Snow?

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Over the last few days our crews have been scouring the viewing area for the most dramatic snowfalls. More>>

Crews Work 24/7 to Restore Power

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Crews have been out and about all day working on power lines and clearing off trees. All across town, we found street lights out - as well trees and power lines down. More>>

Break in 2000 McMinn Co. Murder Case

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Old wounds are reopened for a family in McMinn County. That family lost Patty Striker 14 years ago. She was murdered, and police never arrested anyone.


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Fatal Highway 58 Crash

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We still do not know who was killed in an accident on Highway 58 near Birchwood Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Georgia Truckers Stuck; How Residents are Handling the Snow

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Earlier Wednesday, when the snow had turned to rain....truck drivers were still stalled. It wasn't directly because of slick roads, but indirect results of the winter weather. More>>

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