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NEW YORK— That bowl of chocolates for ninjas and ghosts won't cost you more this Halloween. Picking the perfect sweet for your Valentine could.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy powered its way to a solid annual growth rate of 3.5 percent from July through September, outpacing most of the developed world and appearing on track to extend its momentum through this year and beyond.

LORDS VALLEY, Pa. — A survivalist accused of ambushing two state troopers, killing one and seriously wounding the other, was captured on Thursday by U.S. marshals near an abandoned airplane hangar, ending a seven-week manhunt that had rattled the nerves of area residents.

One could say the Pillsbury Bake-Off is a family tradition for Tom Piantek.

KNOXVILLE — Jalen Hurd was back to his old self.

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

A crisp wind ran through the crowd Thursday at the groundbreaking for the Village at Brow Wood, a 48-unit, $10 million assisted living facility on top of Lookout Mountain, just inside the northern boundary of Dade County.

ATHENS, Ga. — They are among Georgia's best football players of the past quarter century.

With killings up, Chattanooga tweaks VRI

Gangs no longer the sole target

In a seven-day span that ended Monday, 10 people were shot in Chattanooga and three of them died in one of the most violent weeks of 2014.

As crews work this week to assess the damaged condition of the idled lock at Chickamauga Dam, the estimated cost for its replacement continues to increase.

Early and often has been Alabama's offensive objective in getting the ball to junior receiver Amari Cooper, and that game plan is as effective as ever entering November.

In his playing days, as an all-state quarterback at Boyd-Buchanan and later with the University of Richmond, Will Healy didn't always follow the offensive script of what was expected.

Players doused Notre Dame football coach Charles Fant with the contents of an ice bucket Thursday night.

JASPER, Tenn. — Tonight at South Pittsburg, Marion County will be playing just another football game, at least to hear coaches and players tell it.

NASHVILLE — Opponents of the proposed Tennessee constitutional amendment on abortion have outspent supporters this month by more than 3-to-1, according to new financial disclosures.

No matter what statistic one chooses to look at from Thursday's District 7-AA high school football game at Signal Mountain, it will help reveal what a dominating performance Signal Mountain had against Sequatchie County. And the 58-3 final score is every bit indicative of how the game went.

Throughout their undefeated football season, the Ooltewah Owls have displayed numerous moments of sustained brilliance and absolute dominance.

  • Oct. 31st, 2014  |
  • By By Greg Thompson

While the shuttered Delta Queen seems stuck in Chattanooga, the biggest riverboat still operating in Tennessee can't make it to Chattanooga and is bypassing the Scenic City today on its autumn Civil War run.

Q. How safe are Wi-Fi Connections?

  • Oct. 31st, 2014  |
  • By By Jim Winsett
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