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A dog was euthanized after being exposed to a raccoon that tested positive for rabies in Ellijay, Ga., Saturday.
LENOIR CITY — Child neglect charges have been filed against a Loudon County mother who was accidentally shot in the head by her 11-year-old son after he found a pistol hidden in his bedroom.
Both the prosecution and defense have made their closing arguments today in a 21-year-old’s murder trial, after showing a video of the young man tearfully admitting to a detective that he shot his 18-year-old friend at a gathering.
WASHINGTON — Americans cut back on their credit card use in July for the second straight month, suggesting many remain cautious in the face of high unemployment and slow growth.
MENLO PARK, Calif. — Silicon Valley, it turns out, doesn't revolve around the stock prices of Facebook and its playful sidekick, Zynga.
NEW YORK — Thousands and possibly millions of web sites hosted by GoDaddy.com are down. A hacker is claiming responsibility, but the real reason for the outage is unclear.
A Florida company said Monday that the database of Apple device information that hackers stole and posted on the Internet last week came from a file the firm had in its computer system.
WARSAW, Poland — The American POWs sent secret coded messages to Washington with news of a Soviet atrocity: In 1943 they saw rows of corpses in an advanced state of decay in the Katyn forest, on the western edge of Russia, proof that the killers could not have been the Nazis who had only recently occupied the area.
BAGRAM, Afghanistan — President Hamid Karzai welcomed Monday's handover of the main American-run prison to Afghan forces as a victory for Afghan sovereignty, though he and U.S. officials remain locked in a dispute over the fate of hundreds of Taliban and terror suspects behind bars.
Former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and his wife of 31 years, Karyn, have divorced.
Two men were arrested this morning by the East Ridge police and the SWAT team and charged with burglary.
Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty is taking a temporary leave of absence to volunteer for Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s “readiness team.”
WAYNE, N.J. — Toys R Us said Monday that it plans to launch its own tablet computer aimed at children called Tabeo on Oct. 21, a low-priced entry into the increasingly crowded tablet business.
NEW YORK — T-Mobile USA, the only "Big 4" phone company that doesn't sell the iPhone, now wants to snag used ones from AT&T.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Roger Brown said this afternoon that the university immediately will begin observing a moment of silence, rather than a spoken prayer, before its football games.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business has endorsed mostly Republicans running in state Senate and House this fall.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is acknowledging he was angry with House Republicans last year when a supposed "grand bargain" budget agreement with House Speaker John Boehner collapsed.
NEW YORK — Hewlett-Packard Co. is planning to cut about 2,000 more jobs than it had previously announced, as CEO Meg Whitman tries to turn the company around.
NEW YORK — Stocks are bouncing between small gains and losses on Wall Street as troubling economic news from China outweighed optimism about more stimulus from the Federal Reserve.
NEW YORK — Kodak is reshuffling some executives and continuing to cut jobs as the pioneering photography company tries to emerge from bankruptcy protection.
Eleven years after terrorists attacked the World Trade Center, the new multibillion-dollar World Trade Center once again dominates the lower Manhattan skyline. Hundreds of construction workers are at the 16-acre site every day, and tourists snap thousands of photos of the two towers that are nearing completion.
About 50 Wacker Polysilicon employees today marked their return to the Chattanooga area after six months of intensive training at the company’s headquarters in Germany.
Five area schools and nonprofit organizations will receive a boost in their literacy efforts thanks to $9,500 in grants from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
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A former Murray County judge who is already under state investigation is now being accused of creating a hostile work environment by the female staff in the Magistrate’s office.
The U.S. government has halted flights home for Mexicans caught entering the country illegally in the deadly summer heat of Arizona's deserts, a money-saving move that ends a seven-year experiment that cost taxpayers nearly $100 million.
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Bikini season may be over, but this is no time to tone down the workout. Many of the styles on the runway at New York Fashion Week flash a bit of skin here or there: bare midriffs, cutout backs, keyhole necklines.
Emma Watson is the favorite celebrity bait for cyber criminals trying to lure Internet users.
When lawmakers return to Washington on Monday, they face big issues, including taxes, spending cuts and the prospect of a debilitating "fiscal cliff" in January. Yet Congress is expected to do what it often does best: punt problems to the future.
City officials vowed to keep hundreds of thousands of students safe when striking teachers hit the picket lines Monday and school district and teachers union leaders resumed negotiations on a contract that appeared close to being resolved over the weekend before the union announced both sides were too far apart to prevent the district's first strike in 25 years.
NASHVILLE -- New England linebacker Jerod Mayo wasn't in the mood to rate the Patriots' 34-13 road victory over the Tennessee Titans Sunday afternoon at LP Field.
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Red Bank's city commissioners, in a 4-1 vote last week, decided to get rid of the four traffic cameras along Dayton Boulevard, the community's main thoroughfare.
It's fair time in Tennessee. The Tennessee State Fair is in the middle of its annual 10-day run at the fairgrounds in Nashville.
Gwynne Dyer, who provides astute commentary on a wide variety of subjects for publications around the globe, wrote about the rapid melting of Arctic sea ice and the significant impact it has had on global climate in a column that appeared on the Chattanooga Times editorial page Sunday.
Chip Chapman is ahead of the curve for fall's must-have fashions for men. One of the hottest trends is vests, and the WDEF anchor and weatherman has a closet full.
So you think your pet is the cutest ever? If others think so, too, you could win $5,000 for your favorite pet shelter by competing in the Humane Society of Shelter Pets national photo contest.
Missouri had 16 more yards and one more first down than Georgia during Saturday night's football game at Faurot Field. Georgia had one more Jarvis Jones.
Both teams coming off losses, McMinn's Cherokees 23-10 to Farragut and the Owls 47-7 to Siegel.
Ordinarily the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team spends its Sundays going over the previous day's game and with strength coach Scott Brincks working out sore muscles in the McClellan Gym pool.
Is this the year of the quarterback?
Because of what one official describes as "panic" over West Nile virus, residents in Walker and Catoosa counties are clamoring for mosquito spraying -- even though no confirmed cases of the potentially deadly disease have been reported in Northwest Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has awarded a $990,000 contract for paving nearly eight miles of state Route 157 in Dade and Walker counties, according to a news release.
Lee University's Department of Language and Literature has established the English Language Center, providing language services to the public, according to a news release.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Joseph Stubblefield has been hanging around at the Museum Center at Five Points without much attention for a long time, but that changed recently.
Local residents will have an opportunity Tuesday to tell federal officials what they think about using MOX fuel in TVA nuclear plants in Soddy-Daisy and in Athens, Ala.
KIMBALL, Tenn. -- When city administrators put out bids for a much-needed new tractor for the maintenance department in August, they got no response from vendors.
Crime Stoppers is trying to locate Dathan Lamont "Dookie Butt" Mitchell on a number of warrants, including one charging him with abusing an 8-year-old.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Tournament host Embry-Riddle ended the 21-game winning streak of the four-time defending NAIA champion women's soccer team with a 3-1 defeat of Lee University in the Habitat for Humanity Classic on Sunday.
Children played Sunday in front of the house where Kenyeta Tramble lived with her son on East 25th Street Court.
Highland Park Baptist Church, which spawned Tennessee Temple University and Temple Baptist Seminary and boasted as many as 57,000 members as recently as 30 years ago, will relocate in January to property it owns on a bluff overlooking Highway 58 and Harrison Bay.
While nearly 2,000 people wait for public housing in Chattanooga, dozens of brand-new apartments built for them sit empty week after week.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga freshmen are more likely to spend time hitting the books than hitting the bars.
In an effort to do things the right way, Hamilton County Schools will start small on its new virtual school, which opens today with about 20 students.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals is expected to issue an opinion this week on the recall of Mayor Ron Littlefield.
ROCKY FACE, Ga. -- Golfer Brandon Stone arrived on the University of Texas campus from South Africa with one simple goal -- to make the starting lineup.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Tony Gonzalez boarded the first bus to Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, eager to arrive as early as possible to start what's likely his final season in the place where it all began.
When Alabama won last season's BCS championship, Kevin Norwood was the team's ninth-leading receiver and Christion Jones ranked 11th. They were reminded of that during summer workouts.
A picture-perfect Sunday afternoon at AT&T Field did not produce a picture-perfect conclusion for the Chattanooga Lookouts.
Calhoun graduated nine defensive starters from its 2011 state championship team and a half-dozen of those are now playing college football.
"Fashion, to me, is about feeling good about myself. I feel better when I'm dressed nicely because I think appearance is important."
BARRY COURTER: Lisa, I'm pretty excited. The Secret Sisters are coming back to town. They were here for Riverbend last year, and they will open this year's Patten Performances series Tuesday at the UTC Fine Arts Center.
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Area caregivers are invited to a free event Thursday night designed to provide encouragement for the job of caring for older adults. The program will be held at Ridgedale Baptist Church, 1831 Hickory Valley Road, at 6:30 p.m.
KNOXVILLE -- Dallas Thomas was one of the first Tennessee starters to leave the Volunteers' blowout win on Saturday afternoon.
BOSTON — Scientists are growing ears, bone and skin in the lab, and doctors are planning more face transplants and other extreme plastic surgeries. Around the country, the most advanced medical tools that exist are now being deployed to help America's newest veterans and wounded troops.
NASHVILLE -- After the General Assembly approved Gov. Bill Haslam's proposed overhaul of the Tennessee Regulatory Authority last spring, Knoxville businessman Earl R. Taylor thought he might be a good fit as one of the agency's five new part-time directors.
Clint Eastwood's Republican Convention performance was superb. Putting Obama in an empty chair, Eastwood mirrored Republican strategy the last four years.