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The Cleveland Police Department has received several donations from private citizens which has increased the reward offered to anyone who comes forward with information regarding the kitten that was intentionally set on fire earlier this month.

A flight from Dallas to Nashville caused a health scare at the Nashville International Airport last night after a passenger onboard was ill.

Chattanoogans Zan Guerry and Ned Caswell finished second Sunday in the USTA National Men's 50 Clay Court Championships doubles tournament in Sarasota, Fla.

A 72-year-old man is charged with killing a 24-year-old woman in Sequatchie County.

"One of the most violent murders" DeKalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris has seen in more than 25 years occurred shortly after 4 p.m. yesterday. Michael Arnold Johnson, 36, of Fyffe, Ala., was shot multiple times at his residence on County Road 578.

The woman killed in a house fire early Saturday morning has been identified as 48-year-old Lisa L. Campbell.

The woman killed in a house fire early Saturday morning has been identified as 48-year-old Lisa L. Campbell.

Tourism spending in Tennessee grew last year at twice the overall inflation rate, helping to support about one of every 20 jobs in the Volunteer State, according to a new U.S. Travel study.

Investigators are looking for six black males who allegedly robbed a man Sunday at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

TBI Special Agents began investigating skeletal remains on Pugh Cemetery Road in Cumberland County on Sept. 27, and that investigation led them to Matthew Owens, 39, of Crossville, according to a news release.

NASHVILLE - Proponents of Tennessee grocery stores ability to sell wine say they're gearing up for the Nov. 4 election where voters in Chattanooga, Signal Mountain and dozens of other communities will decide the issue on local referendums.

Police have identified the teenager shot Wednesday at 2302 Windsor St. in Chattanooga.

Following a July collaboration between the Cumberland County Playhouse and Rhea County’s Scopes Trial Festival, Playhouse producing director Jim Crabtree will turn to a fictional drama inspired by the historic events. “Inherit the Wind,” a 1955 play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee, will be presented at the Crossville, Tenn., theater Friday, Oct. 10, through Friday, Nov. 14.

Concord America, an Atlanta-based trio mixing garage, beach punk and indie rock, will play Tuesday, Oct. 14, at JJ’s Bohemia, 231 E. M.L. King Blvd.

A former lead singer for The New Christy Minstrels will reclaim the sounds of the ’60s in a concert Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Cleveland, Tenn.

Steve Green will present an evening of Christian music in an intimate concert setting from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, at Collegedale Community Church, 4995 Swinyar Drive.

Chattanooga Market will add massages and haircuts to its lineup of services Sunday, Oct. 12, as Cut Up For Life returns to First Tennessee Pavilion.

Brooklyn, N.Y.-based singer/songwriter Nick Africano, fresh from a summer residency at Manhattan’s Rockwood Music Hall, will perform in Athens, Tenn., on Saturday, Oct. 11, as part of a cross-country prerelease tour for his as-yet-untitled second album.

Four bright lights in the Southern gospel galaxy will share their musical ministry in a concert Saturday, Oct. 11, at Memorial Auditorium.

Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga plans a circus theme for its third annual fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 11. The Bizarre Bazaar, promising both oddities and beautiful wares, will be set up from 6 to 11 p.m. at the theater inside Eastgate Town Center, 5600 Brainerd Road.

Some of the top collegiate anglers in the Southeast will be heading to the Chattanooga area next week to battle for a spot in next year's FLW College Fishing National Championship.

The CSO String Quintet will be in concert at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, at First Christian Church, 650 McCallie Ave.

The Lee University School of Music will welcome Michael Burritt, professor of percussion and department head at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., for the first Performing Arts Series concert of the season.

The Rioult Dance NY company will perform Tuesday, Oct. 14, as part of the Patten Performances series in UTC’s Fine Arts Center.

The fourth annual Scenic City Car Show, presented by the Scenic City Cruizers, will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, at Zaxby’s, 4815 Highway 58.

It was a gamble to say the least, sneaking up on Confederates to open a vital supply line to a starving Union army in Chattanooga.

A person was struck and killed by a train Wednesday night in Whitfield County, Ga.

The Art’s Meow: A Celebration of Community Cats returns for a second year to Uptown Art, 2 Cherokee Blvd, from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12.

'Shakespeare in Love' - Oct. 9

CSO features Bard-themed works by Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn, Bernstein

He would be 450 years old (as of April 26), and to celebrate that milestone, the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera is presenting “Shakespeare in Love,” three pieces inspired by the Bard’s works, in a concert tonight, Oct. 9, at the Tivoli Theatre.

The region’s first Mini Maker Faire, set for Saturday, Oct. 11, at First Tennessee Pavilion, 1829 Reggie White Blvd., will give Chattanoogans a chance to show off their creative spirit.

The ninth season of the Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD will open Saturday, Oct. 11, with Verdi’s Shakespearean drama “Macbeth,” featuring Anna Netrebko as Lady Macbeth and Željko Lučić in the title role.

A Harvest of Friendship Concert presented by maestro Jooyong Ahn and his UTC Orchestra tonight, Oct. 9, will mark the North American debut of an award-winning Argentine conductor.

Some 650 cinemas nationwide, including two in Chattanooga, will be showing “UnFair: Exposing the IRS” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14.

Exhibits, culture, outdoor fun and more around town.

Theater, dance, visual art and film.

Concerts, recitals, jam sessions and more.

Live music, dancing, karaoke and bar scene happenings.

Direct Divide, a band specializing in “violin amplified rock,” will stop in Chattanooga tonight, Oct. 9, as part of a 33-city (and counting) national tour in support of new single “Abduction.”

An enhanced version of The Secret Sisters’ latest album has been available since early August at Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores.

Dr. Keith S. Reas, music director at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, will give a preview of the organ concert he is scheduled to present later this month in Turin, Italy, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10.

A person was struck by a train tonight in Whitfield County.

A man has been arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated robbery, after he took oxycodone from a Walmart on Cummings Highway.

An 18-year-old man was shot this afternoon at 2302 Windsor St. in Chattanooga.

A quarrel between two DeKalb County, Ala., men ended with one dead.

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