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There’s a serial killer in Chattanooga.

It's time for Tennessee to stop playing partisan games with the Affordable Care Act because our red-state lawmakers don't like the president and the party he represents.

Will Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United's proposed $62 million expansion for Chattanooga be the real thing?

Selling TVA to state and local owners is not only a bad idea, it's highly unlikely. Unless ...

  • March 6th, 2014  |
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Hamilton County has come a long way in cleaning up its dirty manufacturing past and the brown haze pollution that went with it.

  • March 5th, 2014  |
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The lead on The Associated Press story read: “Perhaps atoning for past sins, Hollywood named the brutal, unshrinking historical drama “12 Years a Slave” Best Picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.”

Everyone laughs about how 3-year-olds these days are more technologically savvy than their parents. And most of us have learned to love anything that has “an app for that.”

  • March 2nd, 2014  |
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By the time black boys hit fourth grade, 86 percent of them, along with 82 percent of Hispanic boys, are reading below grade level. Comparatively, 54 percent of young white boys in the fourth grade read below proficiency.

Thank you, Allen Casey. Now step aside, please.

Kudos to an East Chattanooga group for asking federal prosecutors to investigate the Chattanooga Housing Authority for a Harriet Tubman housing site bidding process that for two years has failed to sell the city's second-largest public housing site.

Enough already with all the right-wing babble about Barack Obama's "imperial" presidency.

Sister Megan Rice is as sweet looking at 84 as her name sounds. But don’t let that fool you.

The United Auto Workers on Friday filed an appeal with the National Labor Relations Board over what it termed "interference" by politicians and outside special interest groups in the election last week at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant.

  • Feb. 22nd, 2014  |
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Tennessee General Assembly members are at it again. They are governing — or at least pretending to — in their clown suits.

Tuesday's newspaper headlined a story about a charter school with early student success as an example of "great expectations."

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