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O'Koyea Dickson drove in five runs and Tyson Brummett pitched seven scoreless innings as Chattanooga (7-10) rolled to its easiest win of the season Sunday with a 12-0 rout of the Jackson Generals.

Crime Stoppers and Chattanooga police seek information on the location of Jacob Keel, also known as "T.Y." or "Snow."

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men’s golf team is four shots off the lead and in fifth place after the first day of play at the Southern Conference Championship.

The Elon tennis teams are leaving the Southern Conference on top. They swept the titles of the 2014 conference tournament Saturday at the Champions Club.

JACKSON, Tenn. — The Chattanooga Lookouts won 3-2 Saturday night in the opener of their five-game Southern League baseball series against the Jackson Generals.

Chattanooga police are investigating a shooting at 2300 Cannon Ave. that left a man wounded in the leg.

An investigation into a herd of neglected cattle has resulted in multiple charges against a Jackson County, Ala., man, according to a sheriff's office news release.

• The Access Church, 4064 S. Access Road, 7 a.m., at the Pavilion at Chickamauga Lake, followed by 10:30 a.m. worship service at the church.

Kim Criswell, a Hixson High School alumna who is now an internationally known musical theater actress and recording artist, will be presented the 2014 Tennessee Woman of Distinction Award by the American Lung Association in Tennessee on April 29.

Chattanooga Police report they are seeking two suspects who robbed the McDonald's at 4502 Rossville Blvd. this morning.

The Huey and Cobra helicopter rides being hosted this weekend by the Hixson Flight Museum at the Dallas Bay Skypark will be delayed because of bad weather in Atlanta, a news release states.

A man was shot in the chest around 9 last night after a fight in Chattanooga, police say.

The Dalton High School teams each placed second in the Region 7-AAAA tennis tournament Thursday afternoon. They were two of the five teams that qualified for the state playoffs, which begin next week.

Tennessee doctors support more than 143,000 jobs and generate $20.1 billion in economic activity, according to a new report released Thursday by the Tennessee Medical Association and the American Medical Association.

Volkswagen could announce where it will make new sport-utility vehicle in the U.S. within the next several months, the head of the auto maker’s American operations told Dow Jones.

Tennessee Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips has announced that Tennessee preliminary unemployment rate for March was 6.7 percent, two-tenths of one percentage point lower than the 6.9 percent February revised rate.

Two people have been arrested and charged in an April burglary at Michigan Avenue Baptist Church in Bradley County, a news release from the sheriff''s office states.

NASHVILLE -- A bill allowing Tennessee to resume executing convicted murders through electrocution is on its way to Gov. Bill Haslam.

The Chattanooga Transportation Department has reported two street closings this weekend to accommodate special events.

Frozen Yogurt will soon be around the corner for neighbors of Ooltewah's Cambridge Square development.

Chattanooga-area residents can commemorate Easter in ways secular and sacred. Here are some of the celebrations with kids in mind.

Elmer Fudd might consider them wascally, but the folks at Chattanooga Zoo feel diff-wently.

It's not just spring that's sprouting on Lookout Mountain. Rock City Gardens gets even greener this weekend with the return of EarthDayz.

Three Lee University senior art majors are displaying their work through Friday, May 9, at the Museum Center at Five Points in Cleveland, Tenn.

Trainers from the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, a Boulder, Colo.-based nonprofit that teaches how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, are in Chattanooga over the next few days.

Book signings at Barnes & Noble - April 16-17

Saturday event includes award presentation to local teacher

Barnes & Noble, 2100 Hamilton Place, will play host to eight authors in the next three days, seven of them for a Spring Break Book Signing from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19. The other event is at 6 tonight, April 17.

Sewanee has gone to one of its rivals for its new women's basketball coach.

Expect to be too tired from the egg hunt to think about cooking Sunday? Here are some places serving Easter dinner.

The final String Theory concert of the season will feature six performers making their Chattanooga debuts: Grammy Award-winning violist Kim Kashkashian, cellist Marcy Rosen and the Johannes String Quartet.

A 33-year-old man faces a charge of statutory rape by an authority figure after he had sex with a 16-year-old foreign exchange student staying at his home, according to a Hamilton County Sheriff's Office affidavit.

The Tennessee Department of Transportation aims to keep interstate lanes open for the Easter weekend.

Chattanooga Police have identified the suspect in the murder of Daniel Adams from 3301 Pinewood Ave., according to a news release.

A fire at 11316 Old East Brainerd Road led to a loss of $200,000, according to a news release.

The National Labor Relations Board has upheld a request by some Chattanooga Volkswagen plant workers to intervene in the United Auto Workers’ appeal of the factory’s February election.

Traffic was reported at a standstill on portions of I-75 northbound in the vicinity of the Fort Oglethorpe exit this morning.

A surprise sleet storm did not prevent officials with Memorial Health System, Life Force and other emergency responders from testing an emergency flame retardant system at the new helipad at Memorial’s Glenwood campus on Tuesday.

The Rock Spring Athletic Association will host a candlelight service at 6 p.m. Saturday at the baseball fields on Georgia Highway 95 in honor of the 6-year-old boy who died at Chattanooga Valley Elementary School on Monday morning.

With Evan Ball and Josh Wheeler finishing first and second individually at 220 and 224, Tennessee Wesleyan College won the Appalachian Athletic Conference men's golf tournament by 15 strokes Monday and Tuesday at Governor's Towne Club in Acworth, Ga.

The motorcycle rider killed Sunday morning in a crash on Highway 58 has been identified as Jonathan Cass.

Cleveland Police reported that an investigation into Bowman Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church at 300 Westview Drive being burglarized and vandalized led to the arrest of a man also charged with 12 vehicle burglaries that had occurred in the same area.

Expect to see beefed up enforcement on city streets by the Chattanooga Police Department which has received a $100,000 grant from the Governor's Highway Safety Office to reduce the number of fatalities, DUI offenders and serious crashes.

NASHVILLE -- Gov. Bill Haslam's plan to create a limited school voucher program was shelved today for this session.

NASHVILLE -- U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., had a better than six-to-one campaign cash advantage over his GOP challenger Joe Carr at the end of the latest fundraising quarter.

Chattanooga firefighters today quickly put out a porch fire of a Lookout Valley home, keeping it from spreading to the house.

A Chattanooga Times Free Press investigation into the cycle of inner-city violence was honored Monday as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, journalism's highest honor.

The cause of Monday afternoon's fire at 3503 Hoyt St. that caused about $26,000 in damage has been ruled accidental, Chattanooga Fire Department officials said.

The Chattanooga Lookouts beat the Suns and the rain Monday night, earning a series-opening 6-4 triumph over Jacksonville before an announced crowd of 2,718 at AT&T Field.

States with military and other federal facilities and a higher share of retirees on Social Security got back the most from the federal government per dollar paid in taxes from its residents in 2013.

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