The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation overnight positively identified the female murder victim found shot and burned in Coffee County as Connie Lou Brown, 51, of McMinnville. She has no fixed street address.
At this time, no arrests have been made.
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Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County: AKINS, MARY ELIZABETH 500 16TH ST NORTH EAST FORT PAYNE, 35967 Age at Arrest: 31 years old Arresting Agency: ... (click for more)
Officials at McDonald Farm in Sale Creek are evaluating when it will reopen after its large barn was destroyed by fire on Sunday morning. Officials said, "Due to a fire in our main equipment ... (click for more)
The woman who fell to her death from a boulder on Pigeon Mountain on Saturday was Suzanne Huffman, a Columbus, Ga., police officer and a mother of four. Two of her children were with her on ... (click for more)
Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County: AKINS, MARY ELIZABETH 500 16TH ST NORTH EAST FORT PAYNE, 35967 Age at Arrest: 31 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton County VIOLATION OF PROBATION ( DRIVING ON REVOKED) VIOLATION OF PROBATION ( FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE) VIOLATION OF PROBATION ( THEFT UNDER 500 ) VIOLATION OF PROBATION ( POSSESSION ... (click for more)
Officials at McDonald Farm in Sale Creek are evaluating when it will reopen after its large barn was destroyed by fire on Sunday morning. Officials said, "Due to a fire in our main equipment barn, McDonald Farm had to close Sunday. We are currently evaluating when we will be able to re-open. "Thanks to everyone for your outpouring of support and well wishes. It has truly been ... (click for more)
Citizens are hearing yet another new chapter in Chattanooga’s 21st Century Riverfront concrete repair saga. It seems it will require more repair, more delays and more tax dollars to do it. When will it end? Construction of the Riverfront concrete structures began in 2003. Before it was finished, designers, engineers, contractors, Public Works officials, Mayor Littlefield and ... (click for more)
Some said the huge beams had been soaking in creosote for two or three years when the men finally stacked them to dry. They were long, about 20 feet each, and thick – maybe eight inches. I remember they were 14 inches wide but the biggest thing I remember was that it was the ugliest lumber I ever saw. They cured the beams for one entire hot summer in the Tool Shed, a huge building ... (click for more)
It's been an incredible run for the Silverdale Lady Seahawks in recent days as they shocked everyone except themselves by winning the District 5-A volleyball tournament last week. They entered as the third-seeded team before knocking off number-two Boyd-Buchanan in the semifinals and then top-seeded Grace in the final. That run of good fortune continued at Sale Creek's McEwen ... (click for more)
Ooltewah had one goal going into Monday night’s Region 3-3A volleyball tournament match against White County. Don’t mess this up. The Lady Owls, shooting for their third regional championship in four years, never wavered in thrashing the outmanned Warriorettes, 3-0, and advanced to Tuesday’s championship match against the Walker Valley. Game scores bear out the one-sided ... (click for more)