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The soles of Traci Crozier's feet were the only part of her body not burned.

The Chattanooga City Council has given its first blessing on a controversial noise ordinance, and some music venues in the city's downtown and South Side may be able to keep the music playing — with the appropriate permits.

ATHENS, Tenn. — A series of judicial battles that started in 2010 with Walter F. Fitzpatrick's attempt to have President Obama indicted over the "birther" issue came to a close Tuesday when the retired Navy commander was led off to prison in handcuffs.

Gov. Bill Haslam had a question Tuesday morning for Red Bank High School students assembled in the gym.

Prosecutors in the Calhoun High School sexual battery investigation want to kick one defense attorney off the case and ban every lawyer involved from talking about it.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County has fired the second director of its private shelter, an action that prompted the immediate resignation of board member Charlotte Peak-­Jones, a Bradley County commissioner.

Though most of Hamilton County’s iZone schools posted test score gains this spring, it wasn’t enough improvement to pull the five schools out of Tennessee’s bottom 5 percent.

A group of 18 emergency responders sat in a conference room Tuesday and watched video of a Tennessee police officer getting hit by a car during a highway traffic stop.

KIMBALL, Tenn. — As the Kimball Park area continues to grow, city leaders are considering installing a new playground inside the Chester Blevins Sports Complex with some of the grant money that remains for upgrades.

A man accused of shooting three people in three places within one hour is back in jail.

The required number of valid signatures has been collected in East Ridge to put the wine referendum on the November ballot.

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. —Georgia wildlife officials are encouraging deer hunters to fill out an online application that will allow them to participate in this season's deer quota hunt.

HARRIMAN – A female burglary suspect was shot and killed by police answering a call of a burglary in progress about 1 p.m. Tuesday on Fairchild Street, authorities said.

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