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ELLIJAY, Ga. — In the case of whether three former Calhoun High School students had sex with a female classmate against her will, Rhett Harper is the key witness.

Local election officials say confusing ballot language has been the only hiccup during early voting for the Nov. 4 election.

In a 48-hour span this week, two Chattanooga men were shot to death, two teenagers were wounded by gunfire and local law enforcement clashed twice with groups of civilians, arresting four people in each incident.

A pair of Walker County, Ga., men are behind bars awaiting extradition to Alabama to face murder charges in Cherokee County in connection with a Monday slaying in the Farill community.

NASHVILLE — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gordon Ball said Thursday the federal government has no business regulating pot.

St. Elmo cyclists moved closer to safer bike lanes and getting more mobility choices Thursday.

A Tennessee Comptroller's Office investigation report uncovered problems in Meigs County's finance and school departments.

As the saga of embattled Chattanooga police officer Karl Fields wears on, questions remain for the pending cases the longtime detective helped bring to court.

State and federal officials have cleared the way for deep mine operations in Rhea County, Tenn., to begin extracting coal from Dayton Mountain.

A second part of the long-awaited expansion of Apison Pike will start soon, but other phases of the project — and other big road projects in East Hamilton — will depend on the General Assembly.

After a trip that took almost 70 years and went halfway around the world and back, a Shelbyville, Tenn., farm boy who fought and died for his country on a French hillside finally got the send-off, the respect, the place of honor he earned with his life.

Three people were injured in two shooting incidents Wednesday in Chattanooga, according to police.

Motivational speaker Joe Martin knew how to grab the attention of teachers Wednesday at the Public Education Foundation's 25th anniversary luncheon.

North Shore residents and business owners gathered at the Tennessee Small Business Development Center on Wednesday evening for the North Chattanooga Summit II.

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