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Tents are going up near the U.S. Highway 27 construction site, the Community Kitchen is handing out water by the fistful and the Salvation Army's wait list for fans is 200 people long as the area prepares for a week that could break several Chattanooga heat records.
For Chattanooga's newest school administrator, many important educational moments don't happen in a classroom.
After spending the past two days being honored for founding a support group for people living with oral, head and neck cancer, Jeanna Richelson meets today with Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker to discuss the rare forms of cancer.
The founder of a local support group for people with rare cancers is visiting Washington, D.C., this week to represent the area in the national Jefferson Awards ceremonies.
Brewers, butchers and woodworkers at the Chattanooga Market enjoyed good business Sunday as scores of families brought their dads out to the third annual Brew and Bluegrass event in honor of Father's Day.
Lauren Alaina was full of nervous, excited energy as she took the Coca-Cola Stage at Riverbend on Saturday night.
After days of discussing a three-way land swap involving city of Chattanooga, Chattanooga Housing Authority and the school board property, the city counsel and CHA have decided to move forward alone.
For Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor who became a health celebrity after losing 110 pounds upon being diagnosed with diabetes, getting America fitter isn't going to happen on the back of government edicts.