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Rachel Bunn

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More than 25 percent of teacher training programs in Tennessee produce new teachers who are less effective than their peers in two or more subjects, according to a state report.

Family and friends are looking for a 19-year-old Georgia woman who was last seen in East Ridge.

Lady got a lot of attention at the Chattanooga Market on Sunday.

Dalton State College is in the midst of rebranding itself.

Memorial Hospital's new pulmonary care center will be called the Buz Standefer Lung Center at Memorial.

Memorial Hospital has announced the naming of its new pulmonary care center — part of its $318 million expansion — as the Buz Standefer Lung Center at Memorial.

What do Yale University, the College of the Ozarks and Dalton State College have in common?

A Tennessee Court of Appeals judge ruled Tuesday that there is not enough evidence to move forward with a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of a state law allowing the sale of fireworks in East Ridge.

The colorful equipment at Warner Park isn't just for children.

The number of community college students is expected to surpass the number of students enrolled at four-year universities for the first time in the South.

Bundled up in hooded sweatshirts as they walked through the wind at Coolidge Park on Sunday, Jay and Khrista Johnson had little to complain about.

For Mary N. Triolo, of Peru, it was for her family and husband. For George Ralph Kukubor, of Ghana, it was the opportunity to improve his life. For Valentina Cheban, of Moldova, it was the chance to enjoy freedoms and vote.

Erlanger Health System's first quarter ended with a $636,000 loss -- a little more than half its loss for the same quarter last year, according to Erlanger's financial report.

The seats at Engel Stadium were filled with Knotholes on Thursday night.

It's been a whirlwind year for Engel Stadium. After being chosen as a location for the Jackie Robinson biopic "42," the stadium has seen lots of changes.

Bullying is something that cuts across all demographics.

Slacklining is a little harder than riding a bike — at least that's what Edward Yates says.

Red Bank is becoming an art gallery.

Athletes are known for pushing their bodies to the limit, pushing through pain to reach a goal.

Rebecca Sadowitz needed extra time on tests.

There's nothing for teenagers to do downtown.

Six individuals have been charged in Marion County, accused of stealing $1.8 million worth of scrap metal in a two-year operation involving truck drivers, security guards, workers at scrap metal plants and the owners of a scrap metal yard.

Waiting for two flat tires to be repaired was not how Austin Smith expected to spend his Sunday afternoon.

If you’ve driven on Dodds Avenue in the past 24 hours, you may need to check your tires.

Central High School is replacing its hail-damaged roof, but perhaps not soon enough for concerned parents.

After a year of false starts, Red Bank finally is getting a new city manager.

Randall Smith, from Tallahassee, Fla., accepted the position of city manager after the city’s Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 tonight to hire Smith over candidate Charles Beale.

Get used to seeing more rainy days. Wetter weather is expected to continue into fall and winter months in the Chattanooga area, according to meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Morristown, Tenn., and Peachtree City, Ga.

Eastern Tennessee is home to some of the top-tier institutions in the South, according to the latest college rankings by U.S. News & World Report.

Quintana Lackey has participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure every year since it began.

Janice and Warren Oliver always had been close to Janice's brother Donald Christian and his wife, Dorothy.

The crook of the L-shaped Briarcliff Way was full of cars Saturday afternoon.

Stephen Ramsden spends a lot of time looking at the sun.

College students with poor grade-point averages have the opportunity to start over if they transfer to a new school.

Days before her father died, Jill Hartness shared the news of her new job with him.

The Hamilton County official in charge of registering vehicles -- and making sure they pass their emissions test before granting that registration -- wants some details about the testing process to be clarified for motorists.

What if a phone app could monitor when you get hurt, call emergency services and provide your entire medical history?

Could a viable society ever exist without artists? Though that may be an unrealistic scenario, national arts experts in Chattanooga this week say the decreased presence of arts education may have far-reaching effects.

A Chattanooga man has stepped forward and claimed the $1 million prize he won last week.

The decision to switch from prayers to a moment of silence before UTC football games is meant to ensure the campus is inclusive to everyone at the school and in Chattanooga, Chancellor Roger Brown said Monday.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Roger Brown said this afternoon that the university immediately will begin observing a moment of silence, rather than a spoken prayer, before its football games.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga freshmen are more likely to spend time hitting the books than hitting the bars.

Children played Sunday in front of the house where Kenyeta Tramble lived with her son on East 25th Street Court.

Dr. Irwin Braverman wants to teach medical students to be more like Sherlock Holmes.

When a student walks into his office, Hugh Prevost starts with one question: Where in the world do you want to be?

One Chattanooga resident may be $1 million richer — all he or she has to do is claim the prize.

East Ridge City Council members spent most of Tuesday's special meeting discussing the legality of an Aug. 29 meeting over objections of the audience to get to the task at hand -- voting for a second time to restart repairs to foot bridges in the Cedar Glen neighborhood.

A stay in the hospital couldn't keep Howard Andersen away from the Chattanooga Market's Hot Rod Show on Sunday.

Drive through the historic Fort Wood neighborhood and the streets are lined with cars.

Kristen Eppig was the most popular person Thursday in the McConnell Elementary School lunchroom.

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