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RINGGOLD, Ga. — Catoosa County taxpayers will see little to no change in their property taxes for 2013. In fact, some may see a decrease.

In a 6-3 vote, the Chattanooga City Council approved the adoption of a new flag for the city Tuesday night over concerns by some residents that not enough community members were involved in the process.

Three days after a burglary-related shooting in Rainsville, Ala., two store workers are in stable condition but will carry the reminders for the rest of their lives.

With a street value of about $1.5 million, the largest methamphetamine stash in DeKalb County, Ala., history was discovered in an uninhabited mobile home, authorities say.

Ted Nugent wants President Barack Obama to move to Cuba.

The largest paddlewheel steamboat ever built visited Chattanooga on Monday.

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is in the middle of a growth spurt.

Hannah and Rachel Lowe, 8, had their hands full of school supplies Sunday.

Christina Johnson did not plan to go to college.

After missing a Monday deadline to improve its new busing system, Whitfield County, Ga., schools officials are taking more steps to help ease the transition to a new system of bus routes that began Aug. 9.

A man charged in the robbery and slaying of a Red Bank businessman and state representative's father-in-law was arrested Tuesday in South Carolina.

Thomas Patty has been to Mars thousands of times.

Though Pikeville, Tenn., Mayor Greg Johnson is accused of spending about $73,000 more in city funds than stated in earlier reports, he will not face additional charges, officials said Thursday.

Resident halls at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have already reached their limits — and the new school year hasn't even officially begun.

An investigation is under way into a complaint against Tennessee House District 31 Rep. Jim Cobb, who is accused of getting into a disagreement with a woman at a polling place on election night.

Rachel Farris bought more than she usually would this weekend.

The Chick-fil-A on Gunbarrel Road made a day's worth of sales by the end of lunch Wednesday.

Ebbets Field is being torn down -- again. The green billboards that lined Chattanooga's Engel Stadium -- which acted as the Brooklyn, N.Y., field as well as other historic stadiums for the filming of the Jackie Robinson movie "

Chattooga County authorities and the EPA won't decide before this morning whether it's safe for residents who live near the site of a monster recycling plant fire to return home.

United States Army Spc. Jason Smith hasn't lost his sense of humor.

Local authorities and the EPA won't decide before Monday morning whether it's safe for Summerville, Ga., residents evacuated from the area of a huge recycling plant fire to return home, Chattooga Emergency Management Agency chief Eddie Henderson said Sunday evening.

Waylon Farless had been in the Moccasin Bend Mental Health Institute for just three days when he fled and jumped into the Tennessee River.

Bret Mouldenhauer is heading to the London Olympics.

Waylon Farless made it to the Tennessee River, but he never made it out.

Jenrui Martinez spent 13 years with his son Adrian and "enjoyed every chance I got to spend time with him, watching him grow."

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is using new technology to remove unsafe large trucks — including those with failing brakes or under- or over-inflated tires — from state highways.

Drive by the Fireman's Memorial Fountain on Georgia Avenue, and you might notice something missing.

Fort Oglethorpe residents will not have the opportunity to vote on Sunday alcohol sales in November.

Dancing With the Stars professionals Cheryl Burke and Mark Ballas spoke to the Times Free Press at the She Expo on Sunday.

Miranda Masters came to see Mark Ballas' booty.

Five hundred forty-four. That's the number of deaths so far this year on Tennessee roads, according to signs towering over Interstate 75.

A Cleveland, Tenn., pastor has been indicted by a Polk County grand jury on two counts of sexual battery, the second time he has faced such charges, records show.

Eight-year-old Kailey Buttry stood in the rain Thursday, working to complete an idea she has had for two years -- to make the Hixson Elementary School playground safer.

DUNLAP, Tenn. -- Jordan McDaniel will no longer be skipping school.

Lora Long began to worry as the water began rising, moving closer and closer to the new flooring and furniture in her restaurant, the Market Street Tavern.

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