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3:07pm

Fri February 14, 2014
Ask The Doc

Building a Home Gym for Less Than $100 (And Staying Motivated Enough to Use It)

In this month’s Ask The Doctor segment, Dr. Danielle Mitchell joins us.  She founded the Chattanooga Sports Institute and Center for Health, and she’s got practical tips on staying motivated while working out, and how to build an inexpensive home gym.

Got a question for next month's Ask The Doctor segment?  Let us know in the comments!

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10:20am

Fri February 14, 2014
LOVE IS LOVE?

The Number Of Love

On this Valentine’s Day, WUTC wants you to ask yourself: What is the number of love? How does a relationship function?

In this story, we follow the relationship between Chattanoogans Amy Lolmaugh and Gryffon Daughtery. After meeting at drama club, their relationship takes many interesting turns which include Halloween haunts, jealousy, marriage, and a Google calendar.

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12:11pm

Thu February 13, 2014
Community

The 10 Places Where Health Insurance Costs The Least

Originally published on Fri February 14, 2014 4:55 pm

St. Paul, capital of Minnesota, the land of inexpensive health insurance.
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People in much of Minnesota, northwestern Pennsylvania and Tucson, Ariz., are getting the best bargains from the health care law's new insurance marketplaces. Their premiums run half as much as those in the country's most expensive markets.

The 10 regions with the lowest premiums in the nation also include Salt Lake City, all of Hawaii and eastern Tennessee. This ranking is based on the lowest cost of a silver plan, the midrange plan most consumers are choosing.

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9:20am

Thu February 13, 2014
VW Vote

The Latest: Volkwagen CEO Refutes Corker's Claim

VW CEO Refutes Corker's Claim

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7:34pm

Wed February 12, 2014
VW Vote

Corker Claims UAW Vote Will Influence New VW Production

Chattanooga has been named as a likely site for production of Volkswagen's newest sport utility vehicle.  But U.S. Senator Bob Corker says if plant workers decide to reject the United Auto Workers, that could clinch the deal.

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9:09am

Wed February 12, 2014
VW Vote

Reality Check: UAW ‘Ate Detroit’? And Chattanooga’s on the Menu?

The unionization vote at Chattanooga’s Volkswagen plant has spurred impassioned debate.  Various pro-union and anti-union organizations are in the Scenic City, attempting to persuade local VW workers to vote one way or another.  One group put up billboards around town that say, “Auto Unions Ate Detroit.  Next Meal: Chattanooga?”

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2:05pm

Mon February 10, 2014
Community

Six Partners Plan to Start Chattanooga's First Female-Centered Angel Fund

The JumpFund is Chattanooga’s first female-centered angel fund, with $2 million in projected assets. By the middle of this year, the six partners administering the fund plan to begin investing in 12 female-led companies centered in Chattanooga. WUTC's Richard Winham talked to two of the partners in the fund, Kristina Montague and Leonora Williamson.

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1:38pm

Mon February 10, 2014
Community

The Latest: Concerns from Voters, Workers, Lawmakers on Volkswagen Chattanooga Union Vote

Poll Shows Concern About Union’s Effects

Nooga.com conducted a poll of Hamilton County voters, and found that 55% of them believe if United Auto Workers unionize the local plant, it will have a negative impact on economic development.  About four hundred voters answered questions for the survey.

Union Vote a Hot Topic on Chattanooga Reddit

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12:44pm

Fri February 7, 2014
On Track

Chattanooga in Top 4 Runner-Friendly Cities

WUTC's Mark Colbert finds out why the Road Runners Club of America named Chattanooga as one of the four best cities for putting on a pair of track shoes and hitting the pavement.

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12:17pm

Fri February 7, 2014
Everything Is Stories

WUTC DJ Details Experience As Soundman On Network Show Cops In New Podcast

 Everything Is Stories is a new podcast launched earlier this year. It is described as "an audio survey of individuals who have experienced transcendence and/or power of the will."

The first episode of Everything Is Stories is called "Burden of Proof" and features a story from WUTC DJ Tommy Cotter.

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12:05pm

Fri February 7, 2014
Pediatric Health Series

Here Are Two Major Health Problems Facing Chattanooga Kids

Pediatricians and community leaders have formed a new group called the Pediatric Healthcare Improvement Coalition for the Tennessee Valley, which is working on a strategic plan for long-term solutions to pediatric healthcare problems.  “The Chattanooga region's children are among the unhealthiest in Tennessee and the nation,” according to

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4:12pm

Tue January 28, 2014
Community

Tragedy into Triumph: June Scobee Rogers & the Challenger Centers

Today marks the 28th anniversary of the Challenger Disaster. It was a terrible tragedy, but June Scobee Rodgers, wife of Shuttle Commander Dick Rogers, has spent all her time since the disaster in trying to turn tragedy into triumph.

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2:34pm

Wed January 22, 2014
Community

Pet Emergency? There's An App For That

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The American Red Cross has created a pet first-aid app.

WUTC's Mark Colbert speaks with Greg Waite, Community Chapter Executive for the American Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee, about their new smartphone app that can provide vital information during pet emergencies.

From a media release:

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4:53am

Mon January 20, 2014
Community

Technology, Telepathy & Uploading Memories: Dr. Michio Kaku Previews ‘The Future of the Mind’

Kaku in February 2012
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Dr. Michio Kaku’s new book The Future Of The Mind: The Scientific Quest To Understand, Enhance, And Empower The Mind will be released in February.   He’ll visit the Chattanooga State Community College campus on January 23rd to give Scenic City residents a preview of his new book.

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11:38am

Fri January 17, 2014
Community

Chattanooga Senior Group Plans Self-Contained Urban Village

The concept is called Chattanooga Collaborative Senior Housing. It’s the brainchild of local poet and former teacher Finn Bille and his wife Jeanne Bille, a former health care worker. They have retired from work, but they don’t intend to retire from life. They want to live right in the bustling heart of the city with a few close friends. Not a commune, but very similar. Richard Winham talked to Finn and Jeanne Bille who told him they want to be at least as active in retirement as they were in their professional lives.

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