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KNOXVILLE — An allegedly impaired — and pantsless — woman arrested after a crash that left a mother and her 18-month-old child critically injured had a bottle of vodka in the SUV she was driving, according to records.

NAPA, Calif. — Ten seconds before a severe earthquake in California's wine country caused the ground to rumble throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, a university lab in the city of Berkeley got the alert that the seismic waves were rolling its way.

A suspect is wanted by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office for a reported carjacking that took place at the 58 Mart located at 8909 Highway 58 on Sunday.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission today approved a plan to store nuclear wastes on site at nuclear plants, ending a two-year suspension on final licensing decisions and clearing the way for the Tennessee Valley Authority to proceed with adding another reactor at its Watts Bar Nuclear Plant.

The Dalton Police Department wants to know: Has Edwin Fulkerson exposed himself to you?

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A judge on Tuesday dismissed charges against former Senate leader Lowell Barron at the request of the state prosecutors, ending a case the defense said never should have been filed.

DALTON, Ga. — The attorney for Skyy Raven Marie Mims says investigators nabbed the wrong woman.

The Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy has been awarded initial accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement, executive director of the academy Elaine Swafford announced Tuesday.

Some Volkswagen employees in Chattanooga, who’ve talked in the past about organizing their own union, are moving forward with the effort and hope to have an election.

TennCare’s director acknowledged Tuesday that contractors have not finished even the first of four testing phases required to launch a new computer system that was supposed to begin handling Medicaid enrollment last October.

A section of Boy Scout Road will be closed Thursday for installation of a storm sewer cross drain, according to a news release from the Chattanooga Traffic Engineer's Office.

The body of U.S. Army PFC Cecil E. Harris, who was killed in France in 1945 and missing until last September, is scheduled to land on Tennessee soil today at McGhee Tyson Airport in Knoxville at 11:06 a.m.

The second suspect in the Cleveland church burglaries, 25-year-old Clint Neice, was arrested yesterday in Asheville, NC, said spokeswoman Evie West of the Cleveland Police Department.

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