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After 3-year-old Dakota Arndt was beaten to death and the lone suspect in the baby's murder hanged himself less than a month later in his jail cell, it seemed like the case was closed.

In just four days last week, Mayor Andy Berke flew from coast to coast to answer questions about the "Gig City" in California, then to attend an innovation conference in Washington, D.C.

After a week of violence and protests rattled Chattanooga, Saturday's Call to Action conference seemed particularly timely.

President Barack Obama's former pastor and mentor Dr. Jeremiah Wright confirmed recently that he will speak at the Unity Group's M.L. King celebration prayer breakfast in January.

TEDxUTChattanooga debuts ideas worth sharing

Chattanooga version of popular 'ideas worth sharing' talks

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Tennessee 3rd Congressional District candidates Chuck Fleischmann and Mary Headrick will debate Monday on WTCI, the local PBS affiliate.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — DramaCentral's production of Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "Oklahoma!" has given the Bradley Central High School theater company a chance to show that family truly matters.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Stray animal concerns will be addressed Monday at a special meeting of the Bradley County Sheriff's Office and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County.

The most memorable quotes in the Chattanooga Times Free Press for Oct. 19-24.

  • Oct. 26th, 2014  |

With a Nov. 1 deadline approaching, some 42,000 of Tennessee's roughly 62,000 high school seniors — or about two-thirds — have applied for Tennessee Promise, a new scholarship program that guarantees to cover the costs of a two-year college degree.

Embattled Chattanooga State Community College President Jim Catanzaro on Friday apologized for poor communication and promised to seek reconciliation with his disenchanted faculty, who a day earlier issued a scathing indictment of his leadership.

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Eat your heart out Spider-Man, you’re not the only one who can traverse a city skyline on a web.

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