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The USS LST 325 planned to pull up anchor and depart from Chattanooga at 8 a.m. today.

Welcome back kiddies, it's Thursday and that means the weekend is here.

The Rev. Alfred Johnson marched down Alton Park Boulevard on Wednesday belting the spiritual "I Want Jesus to Walk with Me," and nearly 50 other people from at least four different church congregations walked, sang and clapped with him.

Georgia jobless rate up for fourth month

State's 8.1 percent is 2 percentage points above U.S. rate

Unemployment in Georgia rose for the fourth consecutive month during August even though the Peach State continued to show strong job growth.

Today’s advances in wireless technology have changed people’s attitudes towards hearing aids. Feedback or whistling from hearing aids while on a phone (home or cell) should be a problem of the past.

A car crashed into a large power pole near Dalton High School this morning, leaving power lines strewn across the road.

LONDON — British scientists say a former nurse has become the first person in the country to receive an experimental Ebola vaccine in an early trial to test its safety.

LOS ANGELES — For animal trainers on film sets, the job can be wild. Getting snakes on a plane takes a bit of heat or light, but cajoling a bear to perform for the camera can require buckets of fried chicken.

WASHINGTON — The Republican-controlled House voted grudgingly Wednesday to give the administration authority to train and arm Syrian rebels as President Barack Obama emphasized anew that American forces "do not and will not have a combat mission" in the struggle against Islamic State militants in either Iraq or Syria.

HARRISON CITY, Pa. — A Pennsylvania man has been charged with making three 911 calls to report bogus emergencies simply because he was lonely and wanted paramedics to show up.

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Two Montgomery women have been sentenced after authorities say a toddler in their care suffered third- and fourth-degree burns after a bath.

SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco drag queens are sparring with Facebook over its policy requiring people to use their real names, rather than drag names such as Pollo Del Mar and Heklina. But the world's biggest social network is not budging from its rules.

ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. — Rescue crews have pulled the body of a missing boater from Watauga Lake.

To date, the National Football League has appeared to treat charges of domestic violence against players as a matter of public relations. Three recent episodes highlight the issue.

  • Sept. 18th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Clif Cleaveland

Bless her heart. Like thousands of others, Julia Fowler is living in Los Angeles, trying to find steady work as an actress with a resume that also lists writing, producing and directing skills.

Q: What is the leading cause of blindness for people over the age of 50?

  • Sept. 18th, 2014  |
  • By By Dr. Richard Breazeale

It didn't take Chattanooga Lookouts president and general manager Rich Mozingo long to put a human touch to Wednesday's announcement that the American League's Minnesota Twins will now be the parent club of the Looks.

Root Kitchen and Wine Bar will mark its grand opening on Friday, in the corner that Elemental occupied for more than a year and a half at 2 North Shore.

In the gut of Chattanooga's downtown lies a barren patchwork of blighted property guarded by rusting razor wire, standing in open defiance of the growing prosperity surrounding it.

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