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Crime Stoppers and the Chattanooga Police Department are seeking information and the identity of the suspects of an armed robbery at the Family Dollar at 4749 Highway 58, Chattanooga.
As the pit bull mix named Duke lays cradled in the arms of Amber Sorenson, you would never expect that this is the same dog that authorities said had to be subdued with a gun shot to the head during a recent incident.
The path is now clearer for Cleveland businessman Allan Jones to acquire the assets of Hardwick Clothes.
Tammy Renee King was found walking on Mississippi 613 about a mile north of the Temple Baptist Church by a good samaritan, Britt said.
Public Art Chattanooga announced the installation and dedication of a new sculpture in the Brainerd Hills neighborhood.
Rep. Chuck Fleischmann announced today his first-quarter fundraising has provided his re-election campaign with $640,000 cash on hand, which he said is almost $275,000 more than his opponent, Weston Wamp.
Cleveland Police Department patrol units responded to a burglary at Bowman Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church at 300 Westview Drive NE in Cleveland on Monday morning.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals has ruled against a former inmate at the Bradley County Jail, who filed suit saying he was released early so the county would not have to pay his medical expenses.
COURTNEY MOORE, center, nominated Cormetech for the Employer Support Guard and Reserve Freedom Award.
The Cleveland City School Board on Monday, faced with lower revenues, approved a 10 percent cut in the upcoming 2014-2015 general fund budget.
Cleveland resident Stacy Hayes presented a plan to the Cleveland City Council to create a children's home for underprivileged children under 10. He said the property he wants to use, the old McKenzie home, is around 800 feet outside of city limits, meaning it would not have access to city sewer lines.
Iroquois Capital Group, a Nashville-based merchant and investment banking firm, plans to open a second office location and launch a retirement services business in Cleveland, Tenn., according to President and CEO Mike Koban.
Family values taught at an early age are why one local man is passionate about volunteer service.
Chattanooga firefighters responded to a house fire at 3505 Hoyt Street around 2:30 p.m. on Monday, on Hoyt Street.
The Big Dog Bonanza adoption at SPCA of Bradley County continues through the shelter's grand opening event on Sunday, May 4. As part of the Big Dog Bonanza, adoption fees are $25 for any dog weighing more than 40 pounds.