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STEVENSON, Wash. — Rescuers used ropes to bring a 19-year-old kayaker to safety after he plunged over a 55-foot southwest Washington waterfall and suffered a possible back injury.
Chattanooga police are on the scene of a shooting incident at 2616 Long St. in which a man has been shot in the arm, according to department spokeswoman Sgt. Jerri Weary.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Grand Junction woman was cited after witnesses reported seeing her 9-year-old daughter driving her across town at least twice last week with the mother and her 10-month-old child as passengers.
BOGOTA, Colombia — The women of the Colombian town of Barbacoas have declared their sex strike over.
NASHVILLE — The widely publicized case of 96-year-old Dorothy Cooper of Chattanooga, who ran into problems seeking a free photo ID to vote under a new Tennessee law, has taught officials an invaluable lesson, state Safety Commissioner Bill Gibbons said today.
The NCAA announced this afternoon that it has concluded its 13th-month investigation into Auburn University’s football program and that it has found no major violations regarding the recruitment of former quarterback Cam Newton or allegations that four former Tigers received impermissible benefits.
Authorities in Massachusetts say a family that got lost in a seven-acre corn maze called 911 for help, apparently taking advantage of the police department's motto that says "We Want To Be Bothered."
A Chickamauga, Ga., woman was charged after she dropped off her 2-year-old daughter in a ditch in Ringgold, Ga., near a children’s park Tuesday evening.
The Tuesday night arrest of state Rep. Curry Todd, sponsor of Tennessee’s controversial guns-in-bars law, on DUI and handgun possession charges, quickly found its way into the political sphere today.
Four people were sent to Hamilton Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries after a two-car crash in Dalton.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A judge denied an effort today by attorneys for a Connecticut man charged with killing a woman and her two daughters in a home invasion to reopen their defense based on letters from a co-defendant claiming he had committed numerous murders in the past. The case then went to the jury.
A 48-year-old man’s body was found Tuesday night in the Shiloh community south of Fort Payne, Ala., with stab wounds in his chest.
A Tennessee state lawmaker who was the lead sponsor of a law allowing handgun concealed carry permit holders to bring their guns into bars has been arrested on charges of drunken driving and possession of a gun while under the influence.
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A fellow passenger thought a Nigerian man was just making a routine bathroom trip during a Christmas 2009 flight from Amsterdam to Detroit, but the government contends the man was actually performing a ritual before attempting to detonate a bomb in his underwear.
TOPEKA, Kan. — Over the past month, one by one, people suspected in domestic battery cases here have been set free, with no charges against them.
CHICAGO — There is more evidence that taking vitamin E pills can be risky. A study that followed up on men who took high doses of the vitamin for about five years found they had a slightly increased risk of prostate cancer — even after they quit taking the pills.
WASHINGTON — United against Barack Obama, Senate Republicans voted Tuesday night to kill the jobs package the president had spent weeks campaigning for across the country, a stinging loss at the hands of lawmakers opposed to stimulus-style spending and a tax increase on the very wealthy.
Lisa Bass knows kids will eat their vegetables. That is, if they're given the chance.
Candor is not something for which politicians -- especially politicians who are seeking re-election -- are often known.
KNOXVILLE — What happened was admittedly tough for Matt Simms, and the Tennessee senior was outspoken about it initially.
A Hamilton County Criminal Court judge will consider pulling a jury from one of the other metro Tennessee counties for a local death penalty trial.
What if my family does not want to be vegetarian?
LaFAYETTE, Ga. — While political candidates often voice concern over voter turnout, it was candidate turnout that was the problem at a Walker County candidates' forum Tuesday night.
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam is finding support among area lawmakers for his argument that Amazon's voluntary agreement with the state to collect sales taxes doesn't constitute a tax increase on the company's Tennessee customers.
The Pikeville, Tenn., woman charged in the August slayings of two elderly sisters now faces a preliminary hearing in the killings and a separate probation revocation hearing.
"Wildflower," the debut album by Rossville's Lauren Alaina, shot to No. 1 on iTunes' Top 10 country album downloads on Tuesday, the first day of its release.
About 12 hours into Tuesday, Chattanooga had received 83 times the rainfall the city recorded for the entire month of August.
Signal Mountain High School administrators filed an intent to appeal with the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association, but the school had not received a response late Tuesday afternoon.
Volkswagen's assembly plant project has burned through nearly all of the public funding pledged to it three years ago as a part of the incentive package to lure the automaker to Chattanooga.
The noted 16th century professional sports historian Thomas Tusser once noted, "A fool and his money are soon parted."
KNOXVILLE — Derek Dooley typically ventures from position group to position group during the portion of the Tennessee football team's practice that's open to the media, but the Volunteers' head coach tends to hang around the running backs perhaps just a little bit longer than the others.
Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson had a 510-yard passing performance against Texas A&M and South Carolina tailback Marcus Lattimore rushed for 246 yards against Navy, but there is no doubt about the Southeastern Conference's most dominant player at the midway mark.
On average, one person in the United States dies each year as a result of becoming trapped in the drain suction of a swimming pool or hot tub.
ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia outside linebacker Chase Vasser admitted Tuesday that he grew up liking Georgia Tech, while Bulldogs inside linebacker Michael Gilliard was torn as a youngster between Miami and Florida State.
Chattanooga police are trying to find two men they have linked to last week's slaying of a man on Greenwood Road.
Ringgold Middle School lost about 65 computers when the April 27 tornado tore through the school. On Tuesday, it got 56 more.
ATHENS, Ga. — The Georgia Bulldogs and Philadelphia Eagles adopted "Dream Team" themes entering the 2011 football season. It's working out better at the college level.
One of the biggest employers in Southeast Tennessee plans to change its name in November.
Lauren Alaina, this year's "American Idol" runner-up, opens her debut album with a country-rock stomper, "Georgia Peaches." The song establishes that this 16-year-old from the Peach State may come across as sweet and delicate, but vocally, she packs a punch.
Mayor Ron Littlefield said Tuesday he would like to revisit the county's urban growth plan to allow expansion of areas municipalities now can annex.
A Walker County, Ga., sheriff's deputy was forced to resign after an internal investigation showed he violated office policy, authorities said.
A slain DeKalb County, Ala., man and his nephew charged with shooting him previously were arrested on domestic-violence charges, records show.
After being stuck in the bottom of the Southern Conference in his first three seasons, both in wins and in the major offensive statistics, Western Carolina coach Dennis Wagner decided to make a change.
The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga is opening its Entrepreneurship Center to develop more minority-owned businesses.
NASHVILLE — Matt Hasselbeck was among the Tennessee Titans thankful for Tuesday's practice, after which they were let loose for a five-day break during their bye week.
All "American Idol" winners face the challenge of finding original material that gives them a musical identity of their own, especially after spending a season in front of millions singing songs other people made famous.
The City Council's split vote last week over the purchase of the Blue Rhino sculpture in Coolidge Park turned out the right way: The council, with one member absent, voted 5-3 to buy the sculpture, which has captured a substantial fan base in the two years it's been on free display in the park.
Chattanooga and the surrounding area have had a lot of economic good news in manufacturing and job creation recently.
DALTON, Ga. — Beginning in January, Dalton city high school students will be able to attend classes at Whitfield Career Academy under an agreement approved by the Dalton school board Tuesday evening.
McMinn County Sheriff Joe Guy doesn't stumble upon moonshining operations very often.
Four starting players have been dismissed from the Central High School football team following an altercation after last Thursday's home home against Tyner.
Kayce Hughes, who opened her first 974-square-foot store in the south building of Warehouse Row in March 2010, has expanded and relocated the downtown store into a 1,583-square-foot store in the north building of Warehouse Row.
Boyd-Buchanan's volleyball players must've known the pressure-cooker situation they could've found themselves in Tuesday at Arts & Sciences in the District 5-A title match.
There are many ways to determine the effectiveness of an organization that serves youngsters, but one of the best is to note how often those who take advantage of offered programs meet agency goals.
It can be a little tricky these days to say exactly where a particular car was built.
Good morning, readers. Here are today’s requests: soups and more soups, particularly Schlotzsky’s Thai chicken and rice; where to buy poke salad already picked and bagged, and the Yule Log from the Bluff View Inn.
You can expect to find some of the best chili in town this weekend during the ninth annual Firehouse Chili Cook-Off, but you'll find it on a different day and in a new venue.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Negotiations continue between Bradley County Schools and its insurance company six months after the April 27 tornadoes destroyed or damaged several schools.
A controversial ethanol facility in the Bonny Oaks industrial park passed its first test Tuesday night when the City Council approved an ordinance that would allow the alcohol-based product in light manufacturing areas.
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Former Riverside and Brainerd high school coach Calvin Sorrells died last Saturday. His funeral is set for 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Greater Tucker Baptist Church on North Moore Road. The family will welcome visitors from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday at John P. Frank
MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Teleri Hughes looked inconsolable even as her mother pulled the Baylor School junior close for a hug. Blakesly Warren tried to hold back tears while easing her putter back into the soaking wet red golf bag. Emily Javadi just hung her head after
Down two games to one and facing an 11-3 deficit in game four of the District 6-AA volleyball tournament Tuesday, East Hamilton decided this wasn't the time to end its season.
ATHENS, Tenn. — McMinn County soccer coach David McDonald preaches the importance of his team crashing the goal once a shot is taken. Upon seeing the soggy conditions Tuesday night in the Lady Cherokees' District 5-AAA matchup against Ooltewah, he preached it even more.
"Be greedy when others are fearful, and fearful when others are greedy." This famous quote by Warren Buffett essentially means that markets tend to overreact in times of great uncertainty and also to become inflated during periods of irrationality.
After bowing out in a semifinal each of the last three years, one might figure Sale Creek's volleyball team would have its sights set on a winning the Region 3-A championship this season. However, postseason begins with district play, and the Lady Panthers showed Tuesday they were focused on the task at hand.
A warrant was issued for a Calhoun man's arrest after he was accused of making a false police report claiming he had been assaulted by two Hispanic men.
A 19-year veteran of the Cleveland Police Department was fired after she mishandled evidence, according to department officials.
Police in Sumner County have arrested the 17-year-old son of a couple found dead in the family's home.
A county commissioner from eastern Alabama has resigned after being videotaped using a racial slur to describe black children.
A would-be Democratic candidate for the Hamilton County Commission is waiting on the sidelines until she gets an answer about what the commission's district boundaries will be for the March primary, party officials say.