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When Hamilton County passed its 2014-15 budget this year, some conservative commissioners and good government groups lauded changes to the $900,000 in funds handed out annually for commissioners to spend on local projects.

Chattanooga leaders don't think there's reason to worry about asbestos in the rubble of the Harriet Tubman development.

A thousand beetles were flown all the way from Washington state in hopes that they'll be able to save hemlock trees in Tennessee.

The man charged in Marion County, Tenn., with the June 2012 battering death of his infant son finally waived his extradition rights this week in Whitfield County, Ga., allowing his return to Tennessee to face murder charges.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Four families have ushered in new chapters in their lives as part of the Southgate Hills subdivision, which is part of the Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland community and located on South Lee Highway.

Volvo's stated corporate strategy is to ask itself: "What can we do to make the customer's life better, easier or more comfortable?"

A high-speed police chase that happened in Rhea County, Tenn., in early November ended with no suspect caught.

A Geraldine, Ala., man has been arrested on a charge of child sexual abuse, according to DeKalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris' office.

The Appalachian Trail Conservancy now is accepting applications for grants under the 2015 Appalachian Trail Specialty License Plate grant program.

A Belgium firm that’s moving its U.S. headquarters and a distribution facility to Chattanooga won property tax breaks Friday, but not before questions were raised about the deal.

According to the TVA board, its CEO received compensation of only $113,461 per week in fiscal 2013.

During a walk through your local Walmart, you're on scores of cameras.

  • Nov. 22nd, 2014  |
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The immigration firestorm has begun — another faux scandal manipulated by the guileless conservatives in a GOP party that used to have statesmen but now just has reality show actors.

WASHINGTON — A centerpiece of President Obama's strategy for defeating the Islamic State is mobilizing tribal fighters to join the Iraqi military in retaking Anbar and other Sunni-dominated provinces. But new research shows the jihadists have been working since 2009 to gut the very Sunni tribal leadership on which Obama's rollback depends — making the U.S. campaign much more difficult.

  • Nov. 22nd, 2014  |
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