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Chattanooga Mocs have great expectations

Senior All-American Tull plays with a chip on his shoulder

The memory of being a football orphan is still fresh for Davis Tull. When national signing day came and went his senior year at Bearden High School without a single call, Tull recognized the harsh reality — nobody wanted him.

JASPER, Tenn. — Assault rifles, night-vision goggles and Humvees aren't just for military zones. Some such equipment could be coming to a street near you.

When Kala Gauthaman got up in the middle of the night Saturday and heard crackling sounds in the garage, she thought it was her husband coming home from working out of town. She opened the door to greet him.

One million miles will take you around the earth 40 times or to the moon and back twice.

On a steamy Saturday morning in July, Jay Hopkins led a group of nine volunteers — incoming freshmen participating in the UTC Bridge program — into the Citizens Cemetery, Chattanooga's oldest.

Calvary Chapel Chattanooga, a booming, 2,500-member church in a former Bi-Lo supermarket on South Broad Street, may get more parking space. And its neighbor, Church of the First Born, may get a new home in the former Piney Woods Elementary School.

An attorney for a man charged with attempted murder says the case should be dropped because Chattanooga police didn't examine a collection of guns found near the crime scene.

SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. — St. Luke Interfaith Clinic will have a new home in South Pittsburg after a contract is finalized with the city.

Crime Stoppers and the Hamilton County Sheriff’s office are seeking information on the location of Casey Adam Hall.

Fighting ravages of West Nile virus

2 years later, Chattanooga area woman still trying to recover what the disease took from her

The tiny bite arrived and faded from Dot Ingle’s skin before she even noticed it was there.

Chad Griffith walked around the Southern Brewers Festival on Saturday afternoon wearing a visor and sandals, holding a beer in one hand and using his other hand to rub the head of the sleeping 2-month-old baby strapped to his chest.

PIKEVILLE, Tenn. — If you want reliably good, clean water to drink in northwest Bledsoe County, you have to go to prison.

Folks with disabilities now have a new place where they can wet a line and take in the beauty of Lake Guntersville, thanks to a pier project at the city-owned Goose Pond Colony Resort in Scottsboro, Ala.

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