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Neighbor who called 911 in fatal Chickamauga fire is collecting food, clothing for family

Mary Bowman was the first person on the scene of a deadly fire in Chickamauga early Tuesday morning that left two young girls dead.

Bowman said she called 911 about 5:40 a.m. when she saw smoke billowing from her neighbor’s mobile home.

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Deadly fire claims "multiple" lives in Chickamauga

CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. — Dispatchers in Walker County confirm to NewsChannel 9 that a fire has claimed "multiple" lives.

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GoFundMe user "Taylor Swift" donates $5,000 to local family of crash victim

CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -UPDATE: A GoFundMe account set up for the family of a former Heritage High student killed in a crash exceeded its goal, thanks to hundreds of donors, including one with a very familiar name.

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Barwick Mills cleanup in LaFayette to begin early October; official estimates it will cost owner $850,000

After nine months of waiting for Barwick Mills site owner Drennon Crutchfield to sign an Environmental Protection Agency consent order, the city of LaFayette will finally see the burned-out mill cleaned up.

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Catoosa Commissioners ask for grand jury to investigate Hutcheson staff

CATOOSA COUNTY, Ga. — NewsChannel 9 has confirmed that commissioners in Catoosa County have voted to ask the Lookout Mountain Judicial District to convene a grand jury to investigate the actions of former staff of Hutcheson Medical Center, before it was sold and the name was changed to Cornerstone Medical Center.

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LaFayette man dies in single-vehicle wreck in Trion

A LaFayette man died after he was ejected from his truck in a single-vehicle wreck in Trion Sunday evening, Sept. 4.

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Fifth-graders at Westside Elementary in Rossville collecting school supplies for Louisiana flood victims

Generosity and compassion have been running wild through the fifth-grade hallway at Westside Elementary School in Rossville during the past couple of weeks, as students have been collecting school supplies to donate to the flood victims in Louisiana.

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Chickamauga school board to hike property taxes; dates set for three public hearings

The Chickamauga City Board of Education today announces its intention to increase the 2016 property taxes it will levy this year by 1.14 percentage over the rollback millage rate.

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Task force unveils options to cover uninsured in Georgia

A widely anticipated plan to reduce the number of Georgians without health coverage, unveiled Wednesday, takes a unique, conservative approach to Medicaid expansion.

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Family Crisis Center hosting free self-defense classes, fundraiser for October’s Domestic Violence Awareness month

The Family Crisis Center of Catoosa, Walker, Chattooga, and Dade Counties has a couple of community events coming up in October to recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

The Center, which provides shelter and support for battered women and children in the area, will host its annual “Tea & Trends” Fashion Show fundraiser and be providing free self-defense classes for men, women, and children.

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