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In the nearly dozen years that I've worked at the Chattanooga Times Free Press, I've never seen so many of my newsroom colleagues receive journalism awards for the work they do.

We told you it would be painful.

The words flickered across my phone: "Man in Arkansas."

Some stories resonate with readers.

The sheriff said the attack caused tearing and severe trauma. He said the teenager’s injuries were some of the worst he has ever seen.

Try going to lunch with John Vass, Jr.

Tennessee’s 108th General Assembly passed several laws that affect open meetings laws (the so-called sunshine laws) and open records laws.

The neo-Nazis were coming.

It’s not the role of the press to coddle government.

Some news stories seem immortal; they just never die; there's always one more angle that needs to be explored or a new twist pops up to reanimate them.

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