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A third man believed to have been involved in the 2010 slaying of Chattanooga resident Chance LeCroy was arrested Friday in Davidson County, according to a news release.
Investigators believe that the Sunday slaying of a Riceville, Tenn., man was the result of a shootout between the victim and a “person of interest,” according to McMinn Sheriff Joe Guy.
Chandler Lawson will represent Tennessee in the Miss America pageant in January.
RINGGOLD GA. - Hailey Stone's charisma, faith and love for her family is empowering. It's easy to forget she's gone through 13 brain surgeries in the last two years, nine of them in the last nine months.
Weston Wamp did everything but call U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann a lightweight Saturday as he reacted to court documents showing the freshman congressman didn't always approve campaign ads in his successful 2010 race.
BOSTON -- The Atlanta Braves loaded the bases with nobody out in the first inning and got just one run out of it.
Harold Hill may be the stage's favorite con man.
When it comes to being on a baseball field, Hunter Clowdus is no rookie.
DeeJay Mizzell, a young mother of four, says she hasn't used her dining room table for months.
Can President Obama honestly believe that a repackaging of his stale, big-spending policies suddenly will start turning around the U.S. economy, nearly four years into his failed administration?
Growing up in the 1960s, John Petrey said, the United States was entering a state of unrest, but somehow that didn't seem to be reflected on television.
Obama has just opened a floodgate of opportunity for young illegal immigrants in giving them equal opportunity with our sons and daughters to take the few jobs and college scholarships available.
Many individuals in the region might be tempted to take the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park for granted.
Taxation without representation was the protest offered during the 1750's and 60's that lit the fuse of the American Revolution.
I have discovered that everyone has flaws. Even if a person seems perfect, there is always some detail that is just a bit off.
It's Sunday morning, and Matt Nevels is at home again.
Only one of every four teens in the United States has a job, indicating that, within the next few years, the country will have its least-experienced rising workforce ever.
Many hospitals count bad debt in their uncompensated costs, but experts differ on whether it should be included. They acknowledge a gray area between charity care and bad debt -- more of a continuum rather than two absolutely different numbers.
Candidates for political office are always looking for a new way to attract attention and to win votes. Linda Lingle, a Republican running for Hawaii's open U.S. Senate seat, has found one. She has her own TV channel.
In a recent interview, singer Taylor Swift talked about the harshness of some critics' comments, especially after she sang off key with Stevie Nicks. One critic called it the beginning of the end of her career.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club is reaching out this morning to ham radio operators across the United States.
Hundreds of environmental journalists will tap into the scenery of the Scenic City next year as they learn from top thinkers, scientists and journalists about the most pressing environmental stories of the day.
First jobs rarely are glamorous.
Josh Richardson had never set foot outside of the United States. So when the Tennessee sophomore stepped off the plane late last month in Poland for a basketball exhibition tour with Athletes in Action, he truly was venturing into a foreign land
In the last four years, Memorial Hospital raked in more than $130 million in profits, and its charity care costs rose by half.
Two Cleveland, Tenn., brothers on a fishing trip drowned, according to the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman.
Calvin Cofield of McDonald ran the fastest mile Saturday morning in the Market Street Mile event from the Tennessee Aquarium Plaza.
Former University of Tennessee national champion Phoebe Wright from Red Bank High School and Signal Mountain is in the women's 800-meter final at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
After Friday and Saturday night games at AT&T Field drew a combined crowd in excess of 11,500, Chattanooga Lookouts general manager Rich Mozingo realizes today's 2:15 start with a 95-degree thermostat will result in a sharp decline.
Another night, another hat trick for Luke Winter.
Why do we pray?
The most memorable quotes in the Times Free Press for June 17-22.
Real estate broker Jay Robinson danced by himself in the dark.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- It's just a matter of time until two of Cleveland's perennial traffic bottlenecks are solved, Tennessee Department of Transportation representatives told city officials.
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Tennessee's Comptroller of the Treasury on Thursday released a report showing that Marion County -- at $114,194 -- accounts for nearly one-seventh of $736,694 in public funds still not recovered from $1.47 million missing from public coffers over the last several years.
Marion County Mayor John Graham has filed an affidavit in support of a lawsuit to block a threatened foreclosure of more than 8,000 acres of Jasper Mountain.
Local bariatric surgeon Jaime Ponce is the new president of the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, the largest society for the medical specialty.
When Pat Summitt retired in April after 38 seasons as the University of Tennessee women's basketball coach, the Lady Vols legend was making $1.4 million a year.
Tennessee walking horse trainer Joe Cotten, of Bell Buckle, Tenn., has been suspended for 71/2 years and fined $5,000 by the SHOW horse industry organization for filing false information at a June 15 horse show, according to a news release.
At a recent meeting, Hamilton County Commissioners Tim Boyd and Joe Graham announced festivals in East Ridge and Lookout Valley for June 30.
Projected revenues for the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office are down by 62 percent this fiscal year from a decade ago and 38 percent since Sheriff Jim Hammond took office.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga athletic department is striving to meet the "proportionality" prong for Title IX compliance.
When former University of Georgia football coach Vince Dooley was given the additional role of athletic director in 1979, one of his first objectives was to adjust his late-season schedule.
A distraught-looking man stands in the rain, his hair and clothes soaked by the downpour.
A common ritual is showing Americans to be making poor choices, despite all the information steering us in the opposite direction.
Many readers probably read through today’s front-page story, Tempest in My Soul, and felt strong emotions: Anger. Confusion. Sadness. Compassion.
While driving to work, I noticed a 1-pound kitten that had been hit by a car. I turned around to get her out of oncoming traffic.