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The Tennessee Department of Correction announced it is participating in a service that provides the public with criminal case information and custody status of inmates

Chattanooga, TN – According to the statement, this service is called Victim Information and Notification Everyday. The service will be used in conjunction with TDOC’s current victim notification system. That system already provides written notice of offender’s location, transfer, sentence expiration, release and parole hearings. According to the officials, the...
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A heartless couple was caught on camera barking at police officers after they smashed their car windows to rescue dogs inside the sweltering vehicle. The pets were locked inside the car in cages on a day that was the second hottest of the year. The RSPCA revealed that the temperature inside the vehicle could have easily reached 117 F on that particular day. Not only did the couple endanger their pets but were also caught on CCTV footage shamelessly stealing tips from a seafront café earlier the same day.
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19-year-old Army private died of accidental overdose after reporting colleague’s sexual assault

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The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 topped 600,000

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A Georgia woman was arrested after her mother’s remains were found buried in her home’s backyard

According to the police officials, the 43-year-old woman is accused of concealing her mother’s death after her body was found at a residence in Georgia. Authorities responded to a 911 call at the house after reports of a suspicious situation. The 43-year-old woman was found injured, with a broken right knee, inside the home. While on-scene, investigators learned of a possible recent death at the residence. A freshly dug grave containing a woman’s remains was later found in the rear of the home.
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Joe Biden says Putin is a “worthy adversary” after labeling him a “killer” last year

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A lawsuit alleges that Chattanooga Police officers falsely arrested a Black man who had called them to report that a white teenager had crashed into a building

Chattanooga, TN – According to the court documents, his name is Michael James and he filed a lawsuit against the City of Chattanooga and several officers. He says that they violated his civil rights during an incident that happened last year. James is suing for a violation of his civil...