Voters sent three City Council incumbents home for good Tuesday night. And for two others, the campaign season's not over until a runoff election next month.

Robert Thein knows a thing or two about crime in Chattanooga. He's seen it firsthand.

A 2-year-old political action committee formed by Tennessee American Water is putting money to Chattanooga's mayor and council races.

WASHINGTON — Southern Democrats in Congress criticized Tennessee Republicans for opposing an anti-domestic violence bill that includes new protections for homosexuals, transgender people, Native Americans and other minority victims.

Early voting in Chattanooga's mayoral and City Council elections started slowly but finished strongly.

An FBI agent who is being investigated in his role as leader of an undercover sex crimes task force now is being accused of abusing his authority to avoid publicity and possible arrest.

The mayoral candidate known for his clean image and crisp talking points deflected questions Friday about the Berke family's property holdings in areas of Chattanooga rife with crime and decay.

Chattanooga City Council District 7's diverse constituency pretty much guarantees whoever takes the seat March 5 will need to have flexibility as a key character trait.

Chattanooga mayoral candidate Andy Berke released a plan that he says will make city government more accountable.

Early voting for the Chattanooga mayor and City Council election starts Wednesday, but it's anybody's guess how many people will cast ballots.

WASHINGTON — Last October, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor didn't just get an "A" rating from the National Rifle Association.

A Chattanooga mayoral hopeful who has complained about a lack of attention to his campaign got plenty at a public forum Friday when he made a comment about Jews and said he would not help rehabilitate criminals.

In the race for Chattanooga mayor, this is what former state Sen. Andy Berke has in his favor: $674,000, 300 volunteers, four paid staff and wealthy donors.

Convenience costs in Chattanooga.

Crime is too prevalent in Chattanooga, and the next mayor needs to help clean up the streets, Democratic candidate Andy Berke believes.

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