Former Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd claims that a change in the city's pension fund will cost him thousands of dollars over the course of his retirement.

Half the buildings at the former Harriet Tubman public housing development — home to generations of Chattanooga's poor — are gone now.

After more than two years of debate between city officials and residents, officials in Chattanooga now can begin enforcing rules concerning animal permits.

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke is keeping up his and the city's profiles in the nation's capital.

The local branch of the NAACP has launched an effort to prohibit employers from asking about a job applicant’s criminal background.

A man whose gang has been targeted in Mayor Andy Berke's Violence Reduction Initiative pleaded guilty Wednesday to a federal gun charge after police found a gun under his car seat earlier this year.

Chattanooga lags behind the nation in terms of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality, according to a report released Wednesday by the Human Rights Campaign.

Stronger stormwater regulations in Chattanooga are on their way toward passage, and City Council and stormwater board members alike say a late effort by state legislators to withdraw state approval of the new rules likely will not shift local opinions.

A day after state officials withdrew support for new stringent stormwater regulations in Chattanooga, City Council members voted to pass a first reading of the proposed guidelines.

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke doesn't face an election of his own for a few years, but he found himself Monday rallying local Democrats. His message: Organize for 2018.

Chattanooga City Council Clerk Sandra Freeman won't be considered for her current job even though she has 30 years of governing experience, according to City Council members who recently decided to restructure their staff.

A wide-ranging investigation that started years before any mention of "VRI" in Chattanooga had much the same goal.

Chattanoogans commenced the city's weeklong birthday party on Saturday with a diverse array of crowd-sourced events.

A project similar to Mayor Andy Berke's $250,000 effort to start a baby college in Chattanooga based on Harlem's cradle-to-college model was attempted four years ago.

For a decade or more, Chattanooga has worked to build its reputation as an outdoor sports mecca.

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