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Through a square hole left by a missing ceiling tile, Vic Desai looked up and pointed out the nearly 100-year-old brick wall hiding behind the suspended ceiling and Sheetrock walls.

Searchers in southeast Bledsoe County on Tuesday located the body of a man reported missing on Sunday atop Waldens Ridge near the Bledsoe-Hamilton-Rhea county lines.

After more than two years of debate between city officials and residents, officials in Chattanooga now can begin enforcing rules concerning animal permits.

Two people charged in the killing of Chattanooga associate minister Kenneth Johnson made a first appearance Tuesday morning in Hamilton County General Sessions Court.

Defense attorney Joshua Weiss turned toward the jury. On the screen were two photos of a yellow Adidas jacket.

NAACP members chose Dr. Elenora Woods as the organization's new local president on Tuesday.

The last of three court-mandated public hearings regarding the possible foreclosure of Hutcheson Medical Center ended the hearings on a pleading note Tuesday night in Dade County, Ga.

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke is keeping up his and the city's profiles in the nation's capital.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Bradley County Sheriff Eric Watson has been joined by state Rep. Dan Howell, R-Georgetown, and several local officials in calling for quick action to deter traffic accidents occurring in the vicinity of Walker Valley High School.

SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. -- Regardless of what the future holds, technology almost certainly will play a part for students at teacher Ryan Lewis' alma mater South Pittsburg High School.

All 27,000 acres of the world’s largest college campus, Berry College in Rome, Ga., will become tobacco free beginning Aug. 1, 2015, according to a statement from the school.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Bradley County Commission is providing concrete support for the county school system’s claim that the city of Cleveland owes the school district more than $800,000 in previously distributed liquor tax revenues.

It's time to bundle up your family, pets, plants and pipes, because the Chattanooga area is bracing for the harshest cold snap of the season so far.

Despite Tennessee's decision not to expand Medicaid, the number of uninsured people in the state has shrunk by nearly a quarter in the first year since the new health insurance marketplace launched under the Affordable Care Act.

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