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NASHVILLE — In a Halloween news release, state Republicans say Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gordon Ball has egg on his face after raffling off chances to don a chicken suit on the campaign trail.

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In the weeks since the first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. was revealed in Dallas, local health service officials have scrambled to make sure they’re ready for the virus.

Innovative assistance for the developmentally disabled and how to get a high score on pinball are two of the things that Dr. Rick Rader knows well.

Two North Shore, the shopping complex that was part of a wave of hip and rapid development along North Chattanooga’s riverfront, has been sold to a Pennsylvania company.

Peggy Payne graduated from Tyner Academy back when it was still Tyner High School.

Blood Assurance in Chattanooga says it has been short of O negative type blood all year, and now it is desperate for donations.

  • Nov. 1st, 2014  |

Abshire, 88, had illustrious career in capital

Was adviser to Reagan, ambassador to NATO

David Manker Abshire, a Chattanooga native who in 1962 co-founded the Center for Strategic and International Studies, died peacefully in his sleep Friday, surrounded by family. He was 88.

Trick or treaters with too much candy — if there is such a thing — can sell their excess goodies for cash at some local dentist offices.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County says it will seek clarification on whether its shelter must accept animals from Cleveland.

NASHVILLE — A newly released poll shows passage of a proposed anti-income tax amendment in the Tennessee Constitution is by no means a slam dunk for passage with only 30 percent of registered voters saying they intend to vote yes on it.

NASHVILLE — Opponents of the proposed Tennessee constitutional amendment on abortion have outspent supporters this month by more than 3-to-1, according to new financial disclosures.

The weather forecast for Halloween was scary enough, but the buzz about the chance for snow today is downright frightening.

Despite a slow start, early voting in Hamilton County picked up by the end.

More Tennessee high school seniors are graduating, and they’re doing better on the ACT test.

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