Chance Loftis and Travis Jenkins have spent the last 30 months in the Hamilton County Jail, counting birthdays and awaiting trial on charges they beat a man to death.
Hutcheson Medical Center has more than $60 million in debt that it hasn't figured out how to repay — but that hasn't stopped the publicly owned Fort Oglethorpe-based hospital from growing.
Trenton, Ga.’s city revenues took a $42,000 dip in June that raises financial red flags despite a year-to-date surplus that easily balances it out.
The quest for the chairmanship of the Tennessee Democratic Party became a two-man race Friday after Chattanoogan Jane Hampton Bowen dropped out of the contest.
Soddy-Daisy police have arrested a 49-year-old man, accusing him of providing alcohol to a group of youths Friday evening that resulted in a 13-year-old being taken to the hospital.
A federal prosecutor has charged the owners of the Brainerd Road Army Store store with selling equipment to make methamphetamine and is asking a federal judge to forfeit the store if the men are found guilty.
Inside a mud brick home in Burundi, five children sit in a circle on the reddish dirt floor and wait. In the center lies a tin plate filled with mashed manioc, a white root vegetable similar to sweet potato.
For the fifth consecutive year, the number of forcibly displaced people worldwide surpassed 42 million.
Slightly smaller than Maryland, Burundi is a country of 10.5 million where about 70 percent of the population lives below the poverty line.
With a grant from the Ford Foundation, Chattanooga Times Free Press reporter Perla Trevizo spent two weeks in Burundi and refugee camps in Tanzania.