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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Seven-year-old Noah McMurray was about to make a second bowl of oatmeal Tuesday morning when the man knocked on the door of his family's home on Phillips Street.

The gray, wintry clouds and traffic slowing to a crawl along the interstate set a somber tone for Susan Crownover's morning commute.

Back in October, Toni Cochran had no idea how she was going to pay her November rent.

If you like shopping, you'll have more to be thankful for today.

Local air quality experts say proposed Environmental Protection Agency rules for controlling ground-level ozone could be troublesome for Hamilton County, but only if regulators settle on the lower end of proposed standards.

NASHVILLE — In September, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was stumping in Hudson, Wis., where the pugnacious Republican Governors Association chairman happily tore into Democrat Mary Burke, who was challenging GOP Gov. Scott Walker.

A week after Hamilton County Commissioner Tim Boyd criticized a policy that tied $900,000 in annual commission discretionary funds to bond debt, he proposed buying an $11,000 sculpture with the funds.

When Leo Paul George Massicotte told his girlfriend to drop him off to trek through remote woods to a friend's house through Arnold Engineering and Development Center land, no one knew he would never again be seen alive.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — An hour long power outage left traffic snarled and thousands without power across Cleveland on Wednesday afternoon.

Residents who live near the Harriet Tubman demolition can breathe easy, city officials say.

The Chattanooga associate minister who was killed Nov. 10 suffered brain damage, bone fractures and bruises, swelling and cuts on his face when he died, according to a preliminary report by the Hamilton County Medical Examiner's Office.

Sleepy dachshund eyes gave way to the afternoon sun Monday as Ken and Esther Friend, having left Memphis that morning, stopped at Cracker Barrel in East Ridge and prepared for the last leg of their Thanksgiving trip to Ellijay, Ga.

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