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Ringgold set to open 10th annual Haunted Depot Oct. 14

Ringgold’s annual Haunted Depot will kick off Friday night, Oct. 14, and is prepared to terrorize the community for three straight weekends in October. This year’s Haunted Depot will be Ringgold’s 10th installment of the event, which is designed and orchestrated by city staff and volunteers.

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Pedestrian hit by car on Dalton bypass

DALTON, Ga. — The Dalton Police are investigating reports of a pedestrian struck near Fleming street.

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Georgia Forestry Commission

Help keep our wildlife safe by bringing awareness to the Georgia forest fires in the local areas. Several wildfires have been occurring in areas around us. The 2016 drought is the worst the forestry commission has seen since 2007. Georgia Forestry Commission will not issue any burn permits until significant rainfall has occurred. Visit www.georgiafirewise.org   for more information on how to protect our wildlife. 

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Rossville subject of 'Extreme Home Makeover' to have back surgery

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Patrick Sharock, the Rossville resident that was featured on Extreme Home Makeover, will have to have spine surgery.

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Georgia lawmakers discover gaps in oversight of narcotic treatment centers

Georgia lawmakers found major oversight issues of drug treatment programs in the state.

For the first time Tuesday, state leaders met with doctors and patients after a new commission was created.

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Georgia Wildfires

Georgia Forestry Commission advises everyone to stay safe due to large wildfires in the area. Help Smokey and the rest of the Georgia forestry keep our wildlife safe! Georgia Forestry Commission is not issuing any burn permits until significant rainfall. Click on the link below for more information on how to save our wildlife.

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Former Ooltewah players to be sentenced Tuesday

On Tuesday, a Sevier County judge will sentence three former Ooltewah High School basketball players who were found guilty of sexually assaulting a teammate.

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East Tennessee AMBER Alert issued for girl who may be in extreme danger

CARYVILLE, Tenn . — An East Tennessee Amber Alert was issued in the abduction of a 4-year-old girl believed to be in extreme danger in Florida by a man with an Alabama license plate.

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Haiti braces for a grim, rising death toll from Matthew

LES CAYES, Haiti (AP) - Haitians braced for a grim, rising death toll Friday as help slowly trickled into marooned areas of the country's southwestern peninsula that was pummeled by Hurricane Matthew, the first Category 4 storm to hit Haiti in decades.

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'I'll watch it on TV,' says man fleeing hurricane's path

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - Some 3,000 people checked into shelters across Florida, a judge in coastal Georgia suspended a murder trial and the South Carolina governor prepared to call for more evacuations Thursday as Hurricane Matthew gained new fury on its way to the heavily populated Atlantic coast.

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