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The pain and unrest in Ferguson, Mo., is the same pain felt in Chattanooga.

The attorneys for convicted cop killer Marlon Duane Kiser are pointing fingers at the other guy.

NASHVILLE — Scandal-ridden U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais on Monday was finally able to bring his Aug. 7 GOP primary election to a successful close after state Sen. Jim Tracy announced he won't challenge the razor-thin results and conceded defeat.

Shootings and gang violence have marked Eastdale with a reputation for crime that residents are determined to change.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Cleveland City Council is attempting to save the career of Lt. Steve Tyson, a 27­-year veteran of the Cleveland Police Department, after listening to supporters of the officer in a standing­-room-only meeting.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Attorney Barrett Painter has been appointed to serve as the Cleveland Municipal Court judge.

A crowd of 75 people welcomed pit bull Bella home in Chatsworth, Ga., last Thursday after she survived a truck accident in Pennsylvania that threw her from the vehicle and killed her owner, driver Richard Sullivan.

Sequatchie County, Tenn., property owners will have to pony up almost 10 percent more in property taxes after a vote to increase the rate by 21 cents.

Chattanooga native Ashley Cross may live in Indiana now, but when she and her Navy SEAL husband wanted to honor police, firefighter and military service members, the first place she thought of was the Scenic City.

Seeking a more “industry-standard” basis of reporting financials, Chattanooga’s public hospital will be switching from its traditional monthly to quarterly financial reports.

A company of East Tennessee soldiers will deploy again this week, this time for Afghanistan.

Everybody dies, but not everybody lives — at least not fully, Carl Greene told his congregation Sunday morning.

LaFayette Police Capt. Stacey Meeks is used to responding to disturbances at Langley Apartments.

Chattanooga Mocs have great expectations

Senior All-American Tull plays with a chip on his shoulder

The memory of being a football orphan is still fresh for Davis Tull. When national signing day came and went his senior year at Bearden High School without a single call, Tull recognized the harsh reality — nobody wanted him.

JASPER, Tenn. — Assault rifles, night-vision goggles and Humvees aren't just for military zones. Some such equipment could be coming to a street near you.

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