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Tyler Jett

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Eliza Alfaro sometimes gets a message at the La Esperanza Bakery.

A Dalton man who attacked somebody with a claw hammer is going to prison for 10 years.

A former LaFayette, Ga., police sergeant will remain in prison for the murder of his wife.

Former LaFayette Police Sgt. Samuel Logan Parker will remain in prison for the murder of his wife.

Before they could host elite international law enforcement officials, members of the Gordon County Sheriff's Office needed to solve one problem: lunch.

Ringgold, Ga., attorney McCracken Poston took to Facebook last week to express how much he hates his town's electronic sign.

As the deputy and lieutenant pulled him away, Bobby Joe Belue wondered how he got to this point.

Walker County, Ga., Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell said Friday that she is not on the hook for an environmental fine against the county that is snowballing every day.

Matthew Tyler Webb, the LaFayette, Ga., man who shot a girl last year, then started dating her only to lose her later, pleaded guilty last week to committing a series of wayward hunting mistakes.

LAFAYETTE, Ga. — Rock City officials have settled a lawsuit with a local veterinarian who blamed them for injuries he suffered while treating a deer.

John Dwight Phillips, the Murray County, Ga., man who beat his mother’s boyfriend to death last Christmas, is going to prison for five years.

Marcus Eugene Sutton pleaded guilty last week to shooting up one man's house, beating up another man in jail and killing a third man.

John Dwight Phillips, the Murray County, Ga., man who beat his mother's boyfriend to death last Christmas, is going to prison for five years.

A year after killing his former high school classmate, Marcus Eugene Sutton is going to prison.

RISING FAWN, Ga. — Jill Wyse was on Lookout Mountain, planning to visit her goats, when she saw the portion of Rock Creek that runs past her property.

If Wilburn Wiley Dobbs came to court Monday, his lawyer said, he would have to bring a catheter with him.

When Dalton police officer Molly Parker drove up to the parked silver BMW, she said, Joel Peinado-Torres stared at her through the driver's window.

Charles Sharrock just wasn’t meant to replace Charles Sharrock.

RINGGOLD, Ga. -- A North Georgia doctor must pay a patient a quarter of a million dollars after almost killing him with medicine.

Tuesday's election in Georgia will draw national attention as Republican candidates find themselves in a dogfight with legacy liberals in what is usually a Republican stronghold.

Michelle Nunn's new TV spot is like most political ads.

Three former Tennessee Temple University employees are suing the school for racial discrimination.

Alone with the sounds of their grumbling stomachs, Gordon County, Ga., jail inmates say they make meals out of what is available in their cells.

A lawyer says Fort Oglethorpe's election superintendent abused her power and violated Georgia's constitution.

An attorney has appealed Fort Oglethorpe City Council candidate Charles Sharrock’s presence on the ballot.

ROME, Ga. — Hutcheson Medical Center is safe again. For now.

U.S. District Court Judge Harold Murphy ruled that north Georgia residents have not had enough chances to voice their opinions on the foreclosure of their community hospital.

Walker County Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell agreed to give the local tax assessor's office $170,000 more this year after the office failed to accurately assess property values.

ELLIJAY, Ga. — In the case of whether three former Calhoun High School students had sex with a female classmate against her will, Rhett Harper is the key witness.

ELLIJAY, Ga. - A key witness in the sexual battery case against three former Calhoun High School students says the incident was "100 percent consensual."

RINGGOLD, Ga. -- The Catoosa County Commission approved a budget change that will allow its library to continue to get state funding.

The Georgia Supreme Court says that the death penalty is not enough punishment for a Walker County killer.

LYERLY, Ga. — Herbert Morehead couldn't drive past that house at the end of his street without some sort of argument.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — Erlanger Health System pressured officials of Walker and Catoosa counties Thursday night.

An alleged rape victim says Chattanooga police officer Karl Fields pulled her into a men's bathroom, pushed her against a wall and kissed her.

An alleged rape victim is suing the city of Chattanooga after she says the investigating officer harassed her.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — Joe Barger was riding down the streets of Tokyo 33 years ago when a row of plants caught his eye.

This week, Georgians will have a chance to influence races for the governor's office and the U.S. Senate that will influence national politics.

FORT OGLETHORPE — Elections Superintendent Orma Luckey sat above the rest of the crowd inside City Hall on Thursday morning listening to arguments about whether ousted Councilman Charles Sharrock can run for office again next month.

FORT OGLETHORPE, Ga. -- A local lawyer challenging a city council candidate's eligibility told the person judging his argument that she had no right to judge the case at all.

CHATSWORTH, Ga. — John Dwight Phillips, the man who beat his mother's boyfriend to death last Christmas, will go to prison for up to 10 years.

Before he can try to reclaim power, ousted Fort Oglethorpe City Councilman Charles Sharrock must defend his right to run for election during a hearing this morning.

CHATSWORTH, Ga. -- Scratches cover Terri Lynn Welch's front door on Smyrna Church Road.

Terri Lynn Welch said this morning that she watched her son kill her boyfriend, though she didn’t know it at the time.

CHATSWORTH, Ga. -- The trial of the Murray County man accused of beating his mother's boyfriend to death last Christmas begins this morning.

Former State Court Judge Bruce Roberts asked Walker County, Ga., to pay him $80,000. Instead, he may owe the county $50,000.

Walker County taxpayers no longer owe former State Court Judge Bruce Roberts $80,000, according to the Georgia Supreme Court.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — Arguing that local officials have covertly cut their funding, Catoosa County Public Library leaders want to take back some control.

TRENTON, Ga. — When it comes to business in their area, Dade County commissioners don't know the full picture.

The Idaho man accused of killing a Walker County Sheriff's Office K-9 pleaded guilty Tuesday.

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