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Update: Suspect in Custody for Hamilton Place Incident

UPDATE: Chattanooga police say they now have David Ballard in custody. UPDATE:  Chattanooga police name the suspect wanted for Saturday’s incident at Hamilton Place. Police say David Ballard is wanted on a charge of aggravated riot. He’s also wanted for felony reckless endangerment, alteration of a firearm and unlawful possession of …

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Update: UT Fraternity Member Dies During Boxing Match

  UPDATE: from the mother of Tanner Wray. The UT Phi Chi member collapsed between rounds Friday during a charity boxing match. He died that night at a Knoxville hospital. EARLIER: from Knoxville Police: Knoxville Police Investigate Boxing Tournament Death On Friday, February 23, 2018, at approximately 9:26 p.m., between …

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Mocs News – Week of February 23, 2018

On this edition of Mocs News, we continue to follow the Chuck Cantrell story, we take a look at vandalism on campus, and we take a laugh break with two comedians. Charge Against Cantrell Dismissed – 0:55 Man Arrested For Vandalizing and Stealing from DRC – 1:48 Whose Streets? Documentary Shows …

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Charge Against Cantrell Dismissed

By Shayne Perry A public indeceny charge against former UTC spokesperson Chuck Cantrell ends in a guilty plea. Cantrell appeared in Hamilton County Sessions Court on Tuesday February 22nd. Judge Lila Statom asked Cantrell how he wanted to plead. Cantrell nodded and Judge Statom said the word “Guilty”. Cantrell was …

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Palace Theater Hosts All-Female Comedy Show

You can take part in a night of all-female comedy just steps away from our campus. The line-up of all female comics will take place this Saturday at The Palace Theater. Local comics Grace Holtz and Natasha Ferrier organized the event which they hope will happen once a month. “We …

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Men’s Basketball Loses Against Wofford, 64-74

Chattanooga Men’s basketball lost a hard-fought game last Saturday against Wofford, 64-74. The Mocs were without starting point guard, Rodney Chatman, due to injury, leaving the Mocs with only seven players eligible. Sophomore guard, Makale Foreman, got his first start as a point guard and shot a team high 18 …

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Women’s Basketball Recap for Week of February 23, 2018

The women’s basketball team got back to their winning ways on Saturday as the Mocs beat Wofford 76-46. UTCs Keiana Gilbert moved into 11th place on the Mocs all-time scoring list, passing Miranda Warfield. The Mocs improved to 16 and 10, and finish their season on Saturday against Samford.

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