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Georgia teacher charged in slaying of two children with ties to Chattanooga

Published Mar. 28 2018

A Georgia elementary school teacher has been charged with murder in the 2016 gang-related slaying of two children with ties...

Corker calls $1.4 trillion budget bill 'grotesque'

Published Mar. 22 2018

U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., today slammed the massive $1.4 trillion spending bill.

Strong storms pummel Chattanooga region Monday evening

Published Mar. 19 2018

Strong storms are expected to roll through the Chattanooga region this evening with the possibility of damaging winds, hail and...

Dalton City Schools knew about teacher's meeting with Dalton investigators

Published Mar. 2 2018

A Dalton teacher accused of firing a handgun in his classroom had three rifles taken away after setting the family...

Dick's Sporting Goods ends sales of assault-style rifles, raises age of gun purchases

Published Feb. 28 2018

Dick's Sporting Goods, one of the nation's largest outdoor gear retailers, said today it is ending it sale of assault-style...

Volkswagen has record 2017 in global sales

Published Jan. 17 2018

German automaker Volkswagen had record sales of 10.74 million vehicles last year.

Georgia police say man was going 155 mph

Published Nov. 13 2017

Police said Dwayne Pope told them he had only three shots of champagne before he was pulled over Sunday after...

Business Briefs: Equifax faces probe, more costs resulting from breach

Published Nov. 10 2017

Equifax has incurred $87.5 million of expenses stemming from a massive data breach earlier this year and faces dozens of...

Sen. Bob Corker criticizes Trump's comments about justice system

Published Nov. 3 2017

U.S. Senator Bob Corker today said President Donald Trump's comments about the criminal justice system are "totally inappropriate."

Sears-Whirlpool split after 100 years

Published Oct. 24 2017

Sears will no longer sell Whirlpool appliances.

VW to vastly ramp up electric vehicles

Published Sep. 12 2017

Volkswagen is stepping up its shift to electric cars.

Utility wants to finish new nuclear units in Georgia

Published Aug. 31 2017

Georgia Power Co. told state regulators today that it should keep building new nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle even ...


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Sessions: Charlottesville attack is domestic terrorism

Published Aug. 14 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in an interview this morning that Saturday's attack in which a car plowed into a...

Latest updates from shooting at GOP baseball practice in Virginia

Published Jun. 14 2017

Hospital says Rep. Steve Scalise is in critical condition following surgery for gunshot.

Trump names TVA inspector general to federal bench

Published Jun. 12 2017

Among the candidates Trump intends to nominate are Jessie Liu, the current deputy general counsel for the Treasury Department, and...

Earnings Roundup: Aetna takes loss after failed Humana bid

Published May. 3 2017

Aetna booked a $381 million, first-quarter loss mainly due to its failed bid for rival Humana, but the nation's third...

UPDATE: National Park Service scales back search for Jackson Standefer, LouAnn Merrell [video]

Published Apr. 20 2017

Jackson Standefer's schoolmates and teachers continue to hope as the search for the McCallie School eighth-grader and his stepgrandmother stretches...

Earnings Roundup: Volkswagen profit jumps from Tiguan, cost cuts

Published Apr. 18 2017

German automaker Volkswagen has reported better-than-expected earnings for the first quarter thanks to cost controls and a stronger contribution from...

Business Briefs: Hardee's parent picks Puzder replacement

Published Mar. 22 2017

The parent company of Carl's Jr. and Hardee's has named a new CEO to replace Andy Puzder, who last month...

Business Briefs: Comcast cable CEO steps down from post

Published Mar. 20 2017

The head of Comcast Corp.'s cable division, Neil Smit, will relinquish the post on April 1 and be replaced by...