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Police grab man climbing Trump Tower in New York City

NEW YORK (AP) — A man who wanted an "audience" with Donald Trump spent three hours scaling the glass facade of Trump Tower on Wednesday using large suction cups, climbing as high as the 21st floor before police officers grabbed him and hauled him to safety through an open window.

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3 shot early Wednesday morning in Chattanooga

Chattanooga — Chattanooga Police (CPD) says three people were shot overnight in Chattanooga.

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NBC's America's Got Talent wants online auditions from Tennessee Valley

The Channel 3 viewing area has produced talent for top reality stars like Lauren Alaina (American Idol) and Jordan Smith (The Voice). Are you next?

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Christians United for Israel to host luncheons for local area pastors

The Northwest Georgia-Greater Chattanooga Christians United for Israel (CUFI) planning team invites area North Georgia spiritual leaders to attend a pastors’ luncheon Wednesday, Aug. 24, at noon at the Dalton Golf & Country Club. Another luncheon will be held Thursday, Aug. 25, at noon at Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Embassy Suites in Chattanooga to encourage Chattanooga area pastors.

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Wildlife official investigating possible mountain lion sightings in LaFayette

A state wildlife official is continuing the investigation into possible mountain lion sightings in LaFayette.

Josh Aldrige, a wildlife technician with the Department of Natural Resources, met with North LaFayette Elementary School principal Sandra Morrison early Thursday morning, Aug. 4, at the school.

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Educators to be admitted free to Dalton Ghost Tours’ Haunted Pub Crawl Aug. 5-6

In recognition of the beginning of a new school year, Dalton Ghost Tours will offer free admittance for educators to the Friday, Aug. 5, Haunted Pub Crawl and the Saturday, Aug. 6, ghost walk. Reservations are not required for either event, but can be made by calling 706-275-4416.

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Pitch-A-Tent Rugby Tournament brings the battle to LaFayette

The 2016 Pitch-A-Tent Rugby Tournament was in full swing at Cherokee Farms in LaFayette on Saturday, July 30.

Teams from around the country were present as 32 men's teams and 25 women's teams, aged 18-62, faced off for the seventh annual event, Chattanooga Rugby player and event organizer Doug Casey said shortly before his team met the Memphis Squad in a scrum.

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Bonds sold, Gordon Lee High construction can begin soon

Signing the documents took nearly as long as approving the sale of nearly $5.7 million bonds that will finance construction of a new Gordon Lee High School.

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Blood Assurance launches “New Blood In North Georgia” campaign

As blood donations run dangerously low throughout the summer months, Blood Assurance, the local non-profit blood donor center, is launching the “New Blood in North Georgia” campaign during the month of August. The campaign aims to recruit first-time blood donors in Catoosa and Walker Counties while encouraging existing donors to continue giving blood.

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Baylor tennis coach accused of travelling to Whitfield County to buy meth

51-year-old Baylor tennis coach, Phillip Johnson, was arrested while purchasing methamphetamine in Whitfield County according to Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office.

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