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A young boy stood in Miller Park on Saturday afternoon holding a sign that read “Stop the Israeli Terrorism.”

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam is upset that federal officials have brought 760 refugee migrant children to the state without notifying his administration.

Southern women of all ages filled the Chattanooga Convention Center on Saturday to attend She: An Expo for Women.

Chattanooga is known for its gigabit Internet and its environmental vibe, and it is now nationally recognized as a city that approaches history with innovation.

People who need help with their utilities, have questions about after-school programs or are seeking information from a wide variety of service providers have found the United Way of Greater Chattanooga's 211 number to be a helpful resource.

A Chattanooga woman has been charged with TennCare fraud and identity theft by the State of Tennessee’s Office of Inspector General (OIG).

Dalton’s Police Department arrested three individuals on Wednesday for the sale of synthetic marijuana.

The runoff election for Georgia’s District 1 House of Representatives, which includes the western part of Walker County and all of Dade County, had Republican incumbent John Deffenbaugh winning with 55 percent of the vote with all votes counted.

The runoff election for Georgia’s District 1 House of Representatives, which includes the western part of Walker County and all of Dade County, had Republican incumbent John Deffenbaugh winning with 55 percent of the vote with all votes counted.

If early voting numbers are any indicator, most of Tuesday's runoff races in Northwest Georgia will be decided by a scant few.

Back-to-school shopping may not have gotten easier, but it certainly can be cheaper.

Three suspects in the July 4 slaying of a 20-year-old man in McMinn County, Tenn., were arrested early Thursday morning in Athens by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and county deputies.

For many seniors, the Eastgate Senior Center has been a place of refuge to heal from a lost spouse or a place to get time away from grandchildren they're helping to raise. A place for friendship, a haven.

A group of Chattanooga schoolchildren now are equipped with pillowcases, making them more prepared for an emergency than the average kids on the block.

The artist's pen name is Methec.

Chattanooga Chief of Police Fred Fletcher named his new Assistant Chief and Chief of Staff late Wednesday afternoon.

Hands eagerly shot up in the air when organizers asked who wanted to help plant seeds in the new aquaponics garden system in Orange Grove Center's cafeteria Thursday afternoon.

Ivy Academy leaders will not need to look far to remember where their 2009 roots sprouted.

Dozens of Chattanooga residents are waiting to get one of the big green trash cans Chattanooga uses for its weekly garbage pickup.

Fourth of July celebrations are predicted to take place amidst pleasant weather conditions in Chattanooga this weekend.

Here is your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.

Finishing a marathon is a daunting feat to many. Running marathons in all 50 states seems nearly impossible, and completing marathons on all seven continents sounds crazy.

A locally written social studies curriculum, Currents of Change, tells the story of the transformation of the Tennessee Valley by the TVA and is being used in high school classrooms throughout Hamilton County.

The Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga honored some teen members and recognized community support of the club's programs Thursday night at the annual Stake and Burger Dinner at The Chattanoogan.

Retaining walls remain along the side of U.S. Highway 127, but the old Signal Mountain exit ramp no longer can be found.

Area Rotary Clubs are working to ensure residents of the Dominican Republic have access to fresh water by funding installation of water treatment systems there.

Fourteen people from East Tennessee and North Georgia have been arrested on federal drug and firearms charges.

The Boston Marathon is a family affair. The 116th annual race began on Monday no differently than in previous years, with families lining the 26.2-mile course.

Renovation projects costing in excess of $1 million at Dade County, Ga.'s elementary, middle and high schools are awaiting approval.

Animals' lives are being saved in the Cleveland, Tenn., Animal Shelter, but the local grass-roots activist group Cleveland for a No Kill City claims that new policy still needs to be set in place.

A cause for the fire that took two lives Thursday morning in Ringgold, Ga., still is not known, according to Glenn Allen, spokesman for Georgia Insurance and Safety Commissioner Ralph Hudgens.

Orchard Knob students playing a game of "Jeopardy!" hosted by a teacher in camouflage pants may become a more common occurrence for the middle school.

George Shinn, now the only ranger covering the 15,590-acre Savage Gulf State Natural Area, has been named park ranger of the year by the Tennessee Park Rangers Association.

The Chattanooga-based Children's Home/Chambliss Shelter is changing its name to the Chambliss Center for Children.

A 28-year-old man, who uses the name “JC Kent” as a wrestler, was charged with aggravated statutory rape, sexual exploitation of a minor through electronic means and providing obscene materials to a minor in Hamilton County.

Scattered cement foundations were all that remained of Caney Creek Village until the documentary "Going Home" was created to tell its story.

Anna Daggett grew up in Pikeville, Tenn., and didn't have electricity until 1955, when she was 11 years old. So when the legendary "Blizzard of '93" left her and thousands of others without power, she knew just how to cope.

Question: Whatever happened to plans for the New Consortium School of Law and Business charter school in Chattanooga?

South Cumberland State Park rangers now can be seen out of their cars, off their four-wheelers and aboard new mountain bikes, thanks to a gift from the park's friends group.

What breaks us makes us stronger if we let it, was a theme at On Point's annual dinner Thursday night.

Dr. Mae Jemison, an author, innovator and the first African-American woman in space, will be the keynote speaker Thursday at the Chattanooga Women's Leadership Institute's Annual Address to the Community.

Yesterday, the students raced robots.

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