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Kendi Anderson

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The weather forecast for Halloween was scary enough, but the buzz about the chance for snow today is downright frightening.

A hearing for the man accused of abusing a kitten and burning it so severely that it died has been rescheduled.

The seven-story limestone building towers over most of its neighbors on McCallie Avenue in downtown Chattanooga.

It has been 14 years since Georgia voters have elected a Democratic senator, and next week's election has more at stake than the state converting from red to blue. Georgia has emerged as a key battleground state for Democrats fighting to pick up additional seats and thwart the GOP's push for a majority.

A threat made over Instagram had students and teachers at Ridgeland High School in Walker County, Ga., on edge Tuesday.

A threat made over Instagram had students and teachers at Ridgeland High School in Walker County, Ga., on edge Tuesday.

Local black clergy, officers with the Chattanooga Police Department, and a handful of civilians met on the corner of Market Street and MLK Boulevard Tuesday evening to pray about the mounting violence which has plagued the city's streets in the last week.

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam spent Monday in Chattanooga promoting Tennessee Promise and speaking at Young Life Chattanooga's annual banquet.

After 3-year-old Dakota Arndt was beaten to death and the lone suspect in the baby's murder hanged himself less than a month later in his jail cell, it seemed like the case was closed.

A 31-year-old man with an extensive criminal record was arrested Tuesday in Cleveland, Tenn., and charged with burning an 8-week-old kitten.

Votes were bought in Polk County, Tenn.'s August election, according to a TBI investigation.

A suspect has been arrested and charged with animal cruelty in connection with the eight-week-old kitten that was severely burned in Cleveland, Tenn. earlier this month.

The 8-week-old kitten that someone severely burned recently in Cleveland, Tenn., died Sunday, according to veterinarian Todd Dolen.

Cars traveled with their windows down on an unpaved road under a canopy of changing leaves on their way to the 38th annual Ketner's Mill Country Fair on Sunday afternoon.

Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, smiled and whispered to each other as they sat behind a wooden lectern preparing to speak about their grandson to a room of approximately 300 at the Chattanooga Convention Center on Saturday.

Fort Oglethorpe's elections superintendent sent off November's election ballots to be printed with ousted former councilman Charles Sharrock's name on them without a second thought.

Nancy Parker and her teenage daughter, Scout, live just blocks away from Renaissance Park, and on Saturday night they traded their comfortable beds for sleeping bags and a "treehouse" tent.

As President Barack Obama authorized the Pentagon to prepare National Guard and Reserve troops to potentially assist in the U.S. response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the Nashville-based Guard unit uniquely equipped to respond to unprecedented civil emergencies said it is prepared to serve.

Plane engines will roar and crowds from all over the Southeast will cheer this weekend in Rome, Ga., at the Wings Over North Georgia's third annual airshow.

In 1840, First Presbyterian Church took up its first offering. Fifty dollars was collected, and all of the money given to international missions.

Life Care Center of East Ridge plans to vacate its 40-year-old nursing home building and move into a brand new facility.

A kitten with burns covering 90 percent of its body was taken to the Bradley-McMinn Pet Emergency Clinic on Sunday night.

A kitten with burns covering 90 percent of its body was taken to the Bradley-McMinn Pet Emergency Clinic on Sunday night.

Seventeen students at Boyd-Buchanan School lined up on the football field making last minute adjustments to their homemade trebuchets, catapults and ballistas on Thursday afternoon.

Two cases of a virus that has caused severe respiratory illness across the country have been confirmed in Tennessee by the state Department of Health.

The charges were dropped as easily as the cards were shuffled and dealt in August.

A man walking north on the train tracks near the Five Springs Road crossing near Dalton, Ga., was struck by a train Wednesday night and killed.

Former Trenton, Ga., police officer Shawn Dewey Chapa pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to violation of oath by a police officer and one count of theft.

Erlanger hospital officials plan to build more than a state-of-the-art children's hospital -- they plan to build a new children's and women's hospital that will revitalize Third Street's hospital corridor, channeling the spirit of Chattanooga's vibrant downtown development.

The lawsuit between Bryan College and two of the school's former professors was settled before it evolved into a modern-day Scopes Trial.

The historic Trail of Tears was remembered this week when the U.S. Forest Service and the Conservation Fund completed an effort to protect part the route near the Tennessee-North Carolina border.

A man was arrested in DeKalb County, Ala., for allegedly producing pornographic material at his residence, according to a news release from the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.

It was only a drill on Friday morning for medical staff at Memorial Hospital.

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty have announced more than $28 million in Community Development Block Grants to communities in the state for infrastructure, health and safety projects, and downtown improvements.

This is only a drill: Memorial Hospital tests Ebola response

Staff prepared with education and drills to treat potential Ebola patients

As concern mounts across the U.S. that the spread of Ebola could spiral out of control, officials at Memorial Hospital worked Friday to prepare their staff and facility to handle a potential case of the disease.

For former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen, the vote on Amendment 2 is simple — “Yes.”

A fire last week scorched 4,000 hot-pink T-shirts that were to be worn by participants in Chattanooga's 15th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Ironman cyclists approaching the 30-mile mark on Sunday's grueling 116 mile bike course did not expect to hear the Walker County sheriff frantically yelling at them to "ride left!"

Terrance Eberhardt couldn't talk Monday afternoon. His mouth was wired shut.

Things didn't go exactly as planned at Chattanooga's first Ironman.

With less than a mile left in the bike portion of the race, Pedro Gomes, from Portugal, experienced a race-ending crash.

A multiple road resurfacing project in Catoosa County will begin Monday and continue through Nov. 30.

One of the 48 people involved in the poker game said he thought he was playing in a legal tournament -- for charity.

Justin Bradley had recently been taken off suicide watch before he hanged himself with a bed sheet early Saturday in the Hamilton County Jail, a source told the Times Free Press.

Former CNN correspondent Dan Lothian, whose first job was in Chattanooga, is returning here for a lecture series at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Justin Bradley, who is charged with criminal homicide in the August death of his girlfriend's child, was rushed to Erlanger hospital early this morning while CPR attempts were in progress, according to hospital records obtained by the Times Free Press.

Downtown parking spaces were full on Friday — like normal — except not with cars.

A man was killed Thursday night at a Dalton, Ga., property owned by Marketing Alliance Group after what authorities said was an industrial accident.

Donna Sims quit smoking when she found out that she was pregnant at age 16.

LaFAYETTE, Ga. — Stewart Kelley drove all the way up Battlefield Parkway’s commercial strip in Fort Oglethorpe, stopping at each business on the right side of the road to fill out an application for employment.

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