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DAYTON, Tenn. — In the chapel at Fort Bluff Youth Camp, Monique Einwechter walked to the wooden, cross-shaped lectern.
When they learned that the man who killed their father, their grandfather, their husband would not be punished, the Westbrooks remained quiet.
The shooter of the man with Alzheimer's disease who died in November will not be charged with a crime.
A car horn screeched Monday night on Joe Hoffman's property. Outside, he and his family found a Ford Expedition, tipping toward a pond in their eastern Bledsoe County yard. Hoffman's daughter, 24-year-old Monique Einwechter, sat inside the car with her four children.
If you want to know how East Ridge officials regulate tow trucks, you can look at the city's ordinance. Just make sure you're looking at the real thing, not the phony one.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigations is looking into whether someone forged an East Ridge city ordinance.
BLEDSOE COUNTY, Tenn. — When their mother's SUV slipped into a pond Monday night, police say, a baby and a 3-year-old girl sat in the back row, strapped into car seats.
Should Georgia prison officials tell death row inmates where they bought the drugs that will be used to kill them?
CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. — Deanne Westbrook has woken up alone for the past 88 mornings. Each time, she looks beside her, to the spot Ronald Westbrook occupied for so long. The vacancy surprises her, still.