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You can stand at the podium and share your thoughts with the Hamilton County School Board — provided you submit a written request 72 hours beforehand to get on the agenda.

With fewer than 20 days before the general election, U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais has been outraised and outspent by Lenda Sherrell, the Democrat challenging him for his 4th Congressional District seat.

U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann has out-spent and out-raised his Democratic opponent, Mary Headrick. But Headrick says money isn't everything, and she hopes people can change more minds than campaign dollars in Tennessee's 3rd Congressional District.

Summer vacation won't be an excuse to slack off from learning, if the United Way of Greater Chattanooga has anything to say about it.

When Jason Smith was first approached by Mike Fitzpatrick about accepting a new house from the community, he was hesitant.

As officials Wednesday announced another case of the Ebola virus contracted within U.S. borders, questions swirled.

A new flagship church for regional Catholics will reflect anything but a poor church.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — A pair of subpoenas issued to Cleveland's city manager and police chief has taken the scrutiny surrounding the recent firing and rehiring of a 27-year veteran police officer to another level.

A Tullahoma, Tenn., man who named himself a member of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, known as ISIS, and threatened to burn his neighbors' homes and behead them remains behind bars in Coffee County awaiting a date in court.

Nellie Duke, 83, remembers flipping through textbooks in the 1960s and finding footnotes that read, "Does not concern women, idiots or children."

NASHVILLE — U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper, D-Tenn., said Wednesday a nonpartisan congressional study demonstrates Tennessee Republican legislators were more interested in voter "suppression" than ballot security when enacting a law requiring state residents to present a government-issued photo ID before casting ballots.

William Stevens is sick of bed bugs he says are infesting Patten Towers, the landmark 11-story downtown residence that's home to low-income disabled and elderly residents.

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