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Three-year-old Dakota Arndt's toy trucks were still lined up next to the TV on the living room floor of his great-great uncle Felix Leffew's house Saturday evening.

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia junior tailback Todd Gurley did a nice job of keeping the No. 12 Bulldogs close Saturday night in the first half against No. 16 Clemson.

The small house movement has been getting bigger — not the houses, the movement itself.

KNOXVILLE — The new season of college football is under way, and there's probably not a Division I team newer than the Tennessee Volunteers.

How a Chattanooga payday lender avoided prosecution here

New York did what Tennessee wouldn't — indicted Carey Brown

In the years after a 2011 Times Free Press investigation revealed that a dozen shell companies were making online payday loans at interest rates far higher than those allowed under state law, prosecutors and regulators took no public action — and refused to say why.

ATHENS, Ga. — A bemused smile forming on his bearded face Saturday night following Georgia's 45-21 rout of Clemson, Bulldogs center David Andrews scanned running back Todd Gurley's stats: 298 all-purpose yards, a 100-yard kickoff return, four touchdowns.

The Howard School has long been a source of pride in Chattanooga's black community.

Johnny Maxwell can't trick his wife, Maxie, by bringing McDonald's coffee in a Waffle House cup into their Ringgold, Ga. home.

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ATLANTA — Jarred Cosart pitched seven effective innings as the Miami Marlins beat the Atlanta Braves 4-0 on Saturday night to stop a three-game losing streak.

ATHENS, Ga. — Score the debut of Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt as a resounding success.

Reflections Gallery’s entryway has been transformed into a huge arch crafted from exploded books whose ripped pages seem frozen midair in a perfect arc.

The Chattanooga Lookouts' game against the Tennessee Smokies was rained out Saturday night, further muddying the second-half playoff situation in the Southern League North Division.

So my 7-year-old son and I were eating ice cream together last Monday night when he steered the conversation to his favorite subject: Caribbean cruises.

He had an AMAZING showbiz dream!!! It's STILL happening!!!

Q. I hate admitting it, but a number of recent unsolicited calls have piqued my interest in buying a medical alert device. I am recently widowed and live alone. I’m leery of phone solicitors and don’t necessarily trust magazine ads. How can I learn more about these protective devices? — Charlene Cautious

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Stephen Hargis of the Times Free Press was granted exclusive access with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team as the Mocs traveled for this past Thursday's season opener at Central Michigan. From the flight and team meetings to pregame and postgame experiences, here is a behind-the-scenes look at the preparation that goes into a college football game:

ATHENS, Ga. — Even when the Georgia Bulldogs won eight times in 13 outings last season, the defense was almost never the reason for success.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — In less than a month, a second Bradley County commissioner has called for an end to the county's agreement with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County, a private organization that provides animal shelter services for county residents.

Former University of Tennessee at Chattanooga golfer Jordan Britt advanced to the second stage of LPGA Tour qualifying school Friday at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif.

Sara McIntyre has been named the executive director at Crabtree Farms of Chattanooga.

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