Hoeven-Corker Amendment Passes In 69-29 Vote

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The Hoeven-Corker border security amendment to the Senate immigration bill passed on Wednesday, in a 69-29 vote. The Hoeven-Corker amendment mandates an unprecedented surge of security at the southern border, implements tough interior enforcement to curb de facto amnesty, and helps prevent abuse of federal benefits.

“Today we saw a strong vote on the toughest border amendment to ever pass the Senate.  Passing this amendment gets us one step closer to securing our border in a dramatic way and to solving the immigration problem that we have struggled with for decades,” said Senator Corker.


Grand Jury No Bills And True Bills

Here are the latest no bills and true bills from the Hamilton County Grand Jury: No Bills: BLALARK, REMONDA MICHELLE B 46 F 0 1 GS 1379551 FORGERY FAVORS III, JAMES DURAND B 23 M 0 1 GS 1572161 FALSE IMPRISONMENT GRIFFITH, CHELSEA W 23 F 0 1 GS 1571966 THEFT OF PROPERTY (OVER $100,000) JONES, KATURA MONEAK B 30 F 0 1 GS 1546749 AIDING & ABETTING (ESCAPE ... (click for more)

Crime Stoppers: Burglary At Pak Rat Self Storage

Crime Stoppers and the Chattanooga Police Department are seeking information on a business burglary that occurred at the Pak Rat Self Storage on Saturday. The white male suspect entered the storage complex, broke into several units and took a trailer along with other items. If anyone has any information regarding the suspect in this burglary, they should call Crime Stoppers. ... (click for more)

Physicians Thank Their Patients On Doctor’s Day

March 30 has been set aside as National Doctors’ Day since 1933 as a time to recognize the contributions made by our physicians. While the recognition is appreciated, our greatest satisfaction comes from caring for our patients.  For 132 years, the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society has been the physicians’ voice as we worked together to improve health of our community. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Tragedy And A Triumph

Two summers ago there was a 15-year-old boy at Atlanta’s Egleston children’s hospital with two big problems. Doctors had discovered the child had dilated cardiomyopathy and the left ventricle in his heart was failing to pump enough blood. Doctors predicted that without a heart transplant he would only live six to nine more months. His other problem was a court-ordered monitoring ... (click for more)

'Canes Edge Mustangs On Cox's Game-Winner In 7th

  Maybe it was just East Hamilton’s turn to win a tight game. After dropping 5-4 and 2-1 decisions to District 5-AAA rivals Bradley Central and McMinn County, respectively, the Hurricanes weren’t about to lose their third straight one-run decision in league play on Tuesday. So, Kyle Cox and Matt Milita, two of the team’s five seniors, decided to do something about ... (click for more)

Central Scores Early, Hangs On To Beat Red Bank, 7-6

Central baseball coach Glen Carter could finally breathe a sigh of relief. His Purple Pounders had bolted to a 7-0 lead in the first three innings of Monday's 6-AA skirmish with the Red Bank Lions and things were looking pretty good for those guys in purple. But it all came down to Red Bank's final at-bat.  The Lions sent eight hitters to the plate and scored ... (click for more)