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Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

A TVA CYBERSECURITY worker monitors potential cyberattacks at his work station located within the United States government-owned electrical utility's office complex located in downtown Chattanooga. The large video screen on the wall shows locations, as well as responses to threats worldwide.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

A LARGE video screen shows the 7-state region served by TVA, a Twitter feed of cybersecurity-related industry news, and threat warnings.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

THE NUMBER of threats per second are displayed on a video screen located within TVA's Cybersecurity Operations Center located inside TVA's office complex in downtown Chattanooga.

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES

JON COLLINS, Patrol captain with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, points out the battery pack on a body camera unit from Motorola Solutions. The BCSO is testing body camera systems from Axon and WatchGuard.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

Banner photo, AUTUMN HUGHES

JON COLLINS, patrol captain with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, holds the body camera units from two of the three systems the BCSO is testing. The purchase of body cameras was among the items discussed Tuesday by the Bradley County Commission's Law Enforcement Committee.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

DR. BILL SEYMOUR, middle, president of Cleveland State Community College stands MainStreet Cleveland Executive Director Sharon Marr and Cleveland MainStreet Board Chairman Jim Metzger after speaking during the organization's luncheon Monday at Elks Club No. 1944.

From Seymour describes CSCC pay raises   |   10/23/19

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

TVA CYBERSECURITY Control Room Manager Chad Tyler explains the different responsibilities technicians inside the control room have in protecting the federally owned corporation's computer network from cyberattacks.

Banner photo, KAITLIN GEBBY

FAMILY PROMISE program graduate Jennifer Anderson tells her story at the annual Family Promise banquet, the largest annual fundraiser for the nonprofit organization.

From Family Promise grad tells story   |   10/23/19

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Lee students and faculty are dressed in characters from a previous cemetery tour.

From Lee University cemetery tour   |   10/23/19

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MAGISTRATE Ashley Gaither swears in a new advocate volunteering with CASA of Bradley and Polk Counties. The organization, which typically helps more than 200 children a year, is in need of more volunteers.

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