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The curb lane of eastbound Frazier Avenue, between North Market and Woodland Avenue, will be closed on Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. for installation of a business sign at 16 Frazier Ave.

The Cleveland Police Department has closed its investigation into allegations by a Bradley County prosecutor that she was assaulted by her boss, 10th Judicial District District Attorney Steve Bebb, who subsequently fired her.

The traffic signal located at the Lee Highway and Vance Road intersection is off from 10 p.m. today through Thursday at 4 a.m. for utility work.

Area teachers receiving Fund for Teachers grants through PEF to travel around the world this summer to learn things they can then share with their students have been announced.

Just being a contestant on “Wheel of Fortune” was nerve-wracking enough for Courtney Breaden — then she got a look at what the other contestants were wearing.

The dead man found by his girlfriend Thursday morning at PineWood Apartments in Brainerd has been identified by police.

DALTON, Ga. – Dalton police are investigating a crash involving an SUV and a train.

DALTON, Ga. – Dalton police are investigating a crash involving an SUV and a train.

Superintendent Gail Bishop of Little River Canyon National Preserve in north Alabama has announced prescribed burns are scheduled between Wednesday and Friday to reduce hazardous fuels in the forested regions and to enhance native habitats.

Chattanooga police have identified the man found dead by his girlfriend at Pinewood Apartments Thursday.

The Chattanooga Transportation Department has announced the 1800 block of Hickory Valley Road will be narrowed to one lane on Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. to allow work to be carried out on a sewer rehabilitation project.

Jackson starting pitcher Jordan Pries allowed one hit in six innings to propel the Generals to a 4-0 victory Monday night over Chattanooga at AT&T Field.

The Better Business Bureau has expanded its annual "Secure Your ID" document shredding event to two days later this week.

West Eighth Street between Market and Broad streets will be shut down from 6 p.m. to midnight today to repair a broken water valve, according to a news release from the Chattanooga Transportation Department.

The Cleveland Police Department has asked the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to look into a complaint that 10th Judicial District Attorney Steve Bebb assaulted a female assistant district attorney in his office last week.

An anti-union group said today that Volkswagen is considering disregarding the February election results over United Auto Workers representation at the Chattanooga plant and accepting authorization cards the union claims to have collected last year.

Chattanooga police said one person is dead and two others were hospitalized after a party Saturday night where some people may have taken overdoses of the drug Ecstasy.

Five area high school players have been named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association 2013-14 all-state boys' basketball teams in their respective classifications.

Crime Stoppers and the Chattanooga Police Department are looking for information on the location of Kenneth Beard.

Chattanooga police said one person is dead and two others were hospitalized after a party Saturday night where some people took overdoses of the drug Ecstasy.

A man jailed in 2010 for trying to start a fire at the Dome Building on Georgia Avenue was arrested again Saturday night for attempting the same crime, according to the Chattanooga Fire Department.

Cleveland middle school golfer Rheagan Hall placed sixth in her division of the Drive Chip and Putt national championship this morning at Augusta National Golf Club.

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will enter today's Southern Conference softball game against Elon needing a win to get the series victory at Jim Frost Stadium.

A duplex fire on Spring Creek Road has left eight people displaced.

The family of the boy who was injured in a water incident last Sunday at Pocket Wilderness in Soddy-Daisy is reporting that he has died.

The Market Street Bridge in downtown Chattanooga will be closed to through traffic on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. as transportation workers conduct quarterly testing of the largest drawbridge of its type east of the Mississippi River.

A hunting accident Thursday morning involving Monteagle Chief of Police Virgil McNeece left another man dead.

Sheriff's deputies in DeKalb County, Ala., made two arrests on April 3.

Chattanooga area residents should be on the lookout for possible severe weather moving through Southeast Tennessee this morning, according to the National Weather Service.

The Chattanooga Transportation Department has announced that the Wilcox Tunnel will be closed Tuesday through Thursday of next week to allow for quarterly maintenance to be performed.

The on-ramps to Interstate 24 east from South Terrace Road and the off ramp to Moore Road from I-24 east will be closed this weekend for concrete repairs.

Bob Doll, former president and chief investment officer at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, will be the featured speaker at the 36th Chattanooga Area Leadership Prayer Breakfast.

The man killed by a train in Dade County, Ga., Wednesday afternoon has been identified as Alvin G. Yount of Chattanooga.

Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich is stepping down as CEO following protests over his support of a gay marriage ban in California.

The Chattanooga Fire Department has reported that the portion of a building at 901 Dodson Ave. that it described as the Blue Spot lounge was heavily damaged by a fire this morning.

Members of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant Wednesday at a residence on County Road 93 in Bryant, Ala.

A list of candidates who have qualified for the Aug. 7 nonpartisan local elections and state primaries in Hamilton County.

The Georgia Department of Labor has announced it will assist carpet maker Beaulieu America fill about 150 jobs in Dalton on April 17.

Stephen Colbert featured content from timesfreepress.com in a segment about capital punishment on his Comedy Central show "The Colbert Report" on Tuesday.

TVA has announced that its visitor center at its Raccoon Mountain pumped-storage hydroelectric plant near Chattanooga will open on Friday.

The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced the on-ramp to I-24 East from South Terrace Road and the off-ramp to Moore Road from I-24 East will be closed for the next two weekends to to allow for concrete repairs to be made.

The Chattanooga Transportation Department has announced a number of Chattanooga streets are being closed over the next couple of days to accommodate special events.

Deadline to register for this year's Tennessee Naturalist Program is Friday.

An open house next week at the Chattanooga Public Library will introduce youths to a new dimension in printing.

Spring cleaning on your to-do list?

The three artists in the April show at River Gallery, 400 E. Second St., have cultivated an interest in plant life to inspire their works. v

Helicopter egg drop adds twist to weekend's Easter events - April 12, 19

Helicopter egg drop set for Saturday at Camp Jordan

Appearances by the Easter Bunny multiply this weekend with photo-ops starting at three more shopping malls and a massive community egg hunt in which the eggs drop from a helicopter.

Congregants of Daisy United Methodist, known around Soddy-Daisy as "the church with the flowers," hope to share the "fruits" of their green thumbs during their third annual plant giveaway Saturday, April 5.

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