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Monyette Ervin had tears streaming down her face before she even knew what was happening.

Jaime Simonds is going to be a pediatrician. And a lawyer. And get another doctorate in something — she just isn't sure what it is yet.

Monyette Ervin wants Santa to keep her in her home this Christmas.

Standing in the kitchen of her new home in Alton Park, Deanna Watson is still in the process of moving.

When Darlene Banks landed in Chattanooga she was running away from a husband who hit her, and she had no idea where she was going.

For six months, Raymond Stancel called a broken-down Chevrolet Astro van his home.

In a down economy, finding a job can be difficult even for qualified candidates. For Jimmy Dickerson, the job search was more difficult than normal.

From the windows in her new home, the client can see the trees during the prettiest time of the year.

When she moved to Chattanooga, Andrianna Roberson had to swallow her pride. Roberson has had problems with her teeth since the birth of her first child in 1980, but in the last year, her gums became infected.

Nora Cook has never been able to hear properly with her right ear.

A Chattanooga holiday tradition dates back to a Christmas Day decades ago when Adolph Ochs ate a big turkey dinner and then took a stroll through New York City.

Some things don't change.

Uiolina Hill lived in pain for years.

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