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After weeks of debate over how to replace half of the Industrial Development Board, the City Council nominated four names today.

For one day next week, tables will turn on the state’s startups.

Chattanooga police report that a person was shot at East Lake Courts last night.

NASHVILLE - Republican Marc Gravitt of East Ridge was officially sworn in today as the new state representative of House District 30.

BALTIMORE — Authorities say Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has been arrested on a DUI charge in Maryland.

A 69-year-old man was attacked and sexually assaulted while running around 7:30 a.m. Monday on West Mississippi Avenue in North Chattanooga.

Tool Box by Woodcraft, a West Virginia-based woodworking tools shop, announced today that its Chattanooga store will celebrate with a grand opening ceremonty this weekend.

Hamilton County District Attorney Neal Pinkston is launching a new multi-agency division to investigate local cold cases, he announced today.

TGI Fridays closes restaurant next to Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga

Landlord negotiates for new restaurant to replace it

One of the first restaurants to open in the shadow of the Tennessee Aquarium more than two decades ago closed today, but a new restaurant should soon open in the Broad Street facility.

NASHVILLE - The campaign to defeat the proposed Amendment 1 on abortion begins airing its first television ad in the Nashville market today.

Erlanger Health System is moving ahead with plans to expand its Erlanger East campus to a full-service hospital with 107 beds.

Man, talk about divisional differences. Not since the SEC has split have we seen such disparity. In fact, if Vegas was forced to set a line for the SEC title game this morning it would be West minus-14.5, and they'd take their chances.

EPB wants lawsuit on overbilling dismissed

Utility audit shows EPB owes city $17,000

EPB within a week will file a motion to dismiss the first of two whistleblower lawsuits filed against it by former city contractor Don Lepard, who made the complaints on behalf of the cities of Chattanooga, East Ridge and Red Bank.

A grand jury indicted Roden and his wife, Geneva Marie Roden, in August 2011 after a neighbor complained that the couple was abusing James Roden, who was living with them.

A multi-vehicle crash in this morning's fog is blocking all three lanes on Highway 27 southbound just north of Red Bank.

The Chattanooga Police Department has issued a public service announcement to inform residents and runners about an assault call on Mississippi Avenue that occurred Monday morning about 7:30 a.m.

It'll culminate Saturday afternoon with what should be an impressive visual display that came about through a grassroots movement largely driven by social media.

Most people in Soddy-Daisy knew about the creek and the secluded gorge that protected it, but otherwise, it was a wellkept secret. The 285-acre area tucked beneath Flat Top Mountain was a private playground for every Huck Finn or Tom Sawyer growing up nearby. Hidden from the prying eyes of parents and police, generations enjoyed climbing on the ruins of an old coal town and inner tubing on the clear, cold water falling from the Cumberland Plateau. Locals called it the Gulf, and if the river could talk, it might have been renamed something much more notorious.

  • Sept. 30th, 2014  |
  • By Katie West

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