Former state senator Eric Stewart, a candidate in 2012 for the 4th District U.S. Congress seat, pleaded guilty this morning to a felony theft charge in Winchester, Tenn., under terms of judicial diversion.
In what some call the most significant American labor election in decades, Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant employees are slated to start casting ballots today in a vote that could dramatically shift the union playing field in the region.
The squeaky wheel got the appointment in Catoosa County, Ga.
The number of medical malpractice lawsuits filed in Tennessee each year has fallen by 36 percent since reforms went into effect five years ago.
Circuit Court Judge Neil Thomas sided with the city today granting a temporary restraining order to keep two former officers off their job until an appeal is heard.
For half an hour Thursday, Chattanooga Library Director Corinne Hill stopped packing her bags in a Netherlands hotel to talk about Eastgate Library. She was too excited to stop.
The former interim CEO of Erlanger Health System has filed a $25 million lawsuit against the hospital, claiming that she was ousted amidst elaborate political conspiracies that involved threats against her safety, hacking her computer, and racial remarks.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Cleveland's state-certified property tax rate increased by 6 percent as a result of a state-mandated reappraisal.
HARRIMAN, Tenn. — The massive coal ash cleanup near a Tennessee Valley Authority coal-fired power plant in East Tennessee is wrapping up.