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This month’s Jefferson Award winner spends his days at grocery stores, collecting food that mostly would be thrown out at the end of the day, and taking it to 28 charities.

Scores of fans and students joined Soddy-Daisy and Rhea County high school football players for a pregame prayer on the 50-yard line of the Rhea County stadium Friday night.

More than 1,200 students, fans and football players stood hand-in-hand and prayed Friday night at the Soddy-Daisy and Rhea County football game.

John Evans has been traveling from church to church across the Southeast on his bicycle, telling anyone who will listen the heart-wrenching story of how his wife died from bone cancer.

After a rash of accidents involving cars and 18-wheelers, officials have taken to the streets in some "aggressive enforcement" of the laws surrounding commercial vehicles.

Gas prices are up 10 cents from last week and an expert said Chattanooga residents should expect variable pricing for the rest of the year.

The Chattanooga Tea Party’s 3rd District debate Saturday was pretty much a free-for-all against Republican nominee Chuck Fleischmann, who wasn’t there to refute the attacks.

To mark National Feral Cat Day on Saturday, several local groups are teaming up to educate people about the “trap, neuter, return” method of dealing with feral cat colonies.

Tom Fike still chuckles a little when he talks about his days aboard the USS Silverbell during World War II.

Tommy Ford thinks all teenagers are beautiful, and he wants them to think so, too.

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