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Sleepy dachshund eyes gave way to the afternoon sun Monday as Ken and Esther Friend, having left Memphis that morning, stopped at Cracker Barrel in East Ridge and prepared for the last leg of their Thanksgiving trip to Ellijay, Ga.

Erlanger cutting retiree insurance

Hospital joins trend as more employers ax retirement health benefits

The day after her 61st birthday, Renee Oakes received a letter she quickly regretted opening.

The Chattanooga associate minister who was killed Nov. 10 suffered brain damage, bone fractures and bruises, swelling and cuts on his face when he died, according to a preliminary report by the Hamilton County Medical Examiner's Office.

A Monday night house blaze claimed Chattanooga's first fire fatality of the year.

Residents who live near the Harriet Tubman demolition can breathe easy, city officials say.

In the beginning, Donna Williams and I were not friends. Enemies? Maybe that's going too far, but certainly not friends.

Convicted murderer Marlon Kiser took the stand for the first time Tuesday.

Meigs County Chancery Court Clerk and Master Timothy Ned Proffitt was arrested Tuesday on a grand jury indictment charging him with falsifying a hotel receipt that he turned in for reimbursement.

Southern Champion Tray unfolds expansion plans

Packaging firm adding 105 jobs, investing $18.1 million

Southern Champion Tray employees work at the company's North Chattanooga plant, where they straighten boxes and maintain equipment in this file photo. Staff photo by Dan Henry

A kidnapped woman and three children were in the house where Cleveland, Tenn., police shot to death a convicted sex offender who lunged at them with a knife, authorities said.

Cleaning up, rather than closing down

TVA study recommends keeping coal units at Shawnee

After deciding to shut down coal-fired generation at a half dozen other power plants, the Tennessee Valley Authority appears ready to clean up, rather than close down, two more units at its aging Shawnee coal plant in Paducah, Ky.

Bradley County, Tenn., authorities continue to search for a man in a fatal shooting on Georgetown Road early Sunday.

NASHVILLE -- State auditors are moving "as quickly as they can" to complete an investigation whose outcome could threaten Chattanooga State President Jim Catanzaro's future at the community college.

More than two weeks after the controversial ride-sharing application Uber launched in Chattanooga, two city councilmen have proposed competing ordinances to regulate Internet-based ride services.

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