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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team learned Sunday morning that it has earned one of the top eight seeds, and a first-round bye, for the FCS playoffs.

Members of the media are often quick to call out public officials who operate behind a wall of secrecy. But we're not as good at calling out those who act with transparency.

Last year, more than 1,200 victims of domestic violence and more than 635 victims of sexual violence were served by the secular Partnership for Families, Children and Adults in Chattanooga.

The images would turn your stomach, so we won't lay them out here.

Boy’s love of trains opened the door to his abuser

The boy, now a man, never expected to talk, then came the revelation that made him realize he had to

Doug remembers the taste of the coconut rum.

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee's wait for a bowl-clinching win will have to wait at least another week.

Two days before Lisa Haynes formally interviewed for a top administration job at Chattanooga State, the college initiated the process to secure a visa that would allow her to work in the United States.

KNOXVILLE — The announcement was made in the press box late in the third quarter, just after Tennessee sophomore quarterback Josh Dobbs had fumbled away the football to No. 19 Missouri.

DALTON, Ga. — Adriana Rascon hates watching her mother fold her hands in prayer every morning before she picks up her keys to drive to work.

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Playing like a team still looking to prove a point, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga put an emphatic ending on the regular season with a 45-19 win over Furman on Saturday at Paladin Stadium.

It was 60 degrees in Chattanooga on Saturday, but the warm temperature outside did not damper the holiday spirit at the HoHo Expo.

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. — There are going to be highs and there are going to be lows throughout the course of a basketball season.

The 120 or so people who will watch a special screening of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1" today will no doubt be watching to see the work of stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, but they'll also be keeping eyes peeled for a local actor as well.

ATHENS, Ga. — There were no "game control" issues for Georgia on a brisk Saturday afternoon at Sanford Stadium as the No. 10 Bulldogs routed Charleston Southern 55-9.

NASHVILLE — As Gov. Bill Haslam kicks off his first round of public budget hearings Monday, he finds himself caught between some fellow Republicans who want to reduce taxes and critics who say previous spending reductions have harmed some state services.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Banged up in two straight wins over SEC West bruisers, No. 2 Alabama took a while to overwhelm a lower-division team that wasn't supposed to be able to put up much of a fight.

The next step is a big one, because the step after that will be a Tennessee state football championship game.

Chattanooga artist Sandy Boone was thinking of Leonard Cohen — poet and singer for the beautiful losers — when she entered into the flow, a trance-like state that athletes call "The Zone."

While Cleveland is looking forward to defending its Class AAA high school state wrestling championships, the approach for Hixson and Baylor is to complete 2013-2014 missions that came up short.

Before the battle of Chickamauga in September 1863, the Federal army commanded by Gen. William S. Rosecrans maneuvered the Confederate army of Gen. Braxton Bragg out of Chattanooga, the railroad gateway, and into northern Georgia.

  • Nov. 23rd, 2014  |
  • By By R. Smith Murray
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