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For weeks, Skyy Mims' mother asked Carla Marable to meet with her private investigator.
After two days of testimony and arguments, U.S. Magistrate Judge Bill Carter summarized a court hearing's key issue with one question.
Someone entered a neo-Nazi's LaFayette, Ga., home, lit a mattress and two couches on fire and ran away.
In May 2012, Joe Jenkins talked on the phone with his brother, Juanzell. They didn't know the police were listening.
The Catoosa County, Ga., library has applied for money to improve the building.
In June, about a month after she had been kidnapped, punched, kicked, stomped, dragged by the hair, burned, raped and urinated on, a woman said a Chattanooga police officer who knew what she had been through told her that he desired her, that he burned for her.
The last time Angela Garmley was arrested for methamphetamine possession, a deputy went to prison, a police captain went to prison and a judge resigned.
Two years after the Murray County Sheriff’s Office framed a woman for possessing methamphetamine, the woman is back in jail facing new charges involving the same drug.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation will decide whether a Chattanooga police officer broke the law when he contacted the victim of a rape he was investigating this summer.