JASPER, Tenn. — Marion County leaders are pushing for changes to state laws that restrict companies like Chattanooga utility EPB from expanding high-speed Internet, TV and phone services outside their electric service areas.
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Rhasean Lowry told police the injuries to his girlfriend's daughter were an accident.
A federal judge has ordered Tennessee’s state Medicaid program to take responsibility for long-delayed applications, calling for the agency to hold hearings for people who have waited months to find out whether they will receive coverage.
DAYTON, Tenn. — It's like last semester didn't happen.
More than 9,000 rape kits have gone untested across Tennessee, some dating back nearly 30 years.
Chattanooga has unveiled a plan to offer free Wi-Fi across the city.
Lincoln Park residents thought getting their historic park onto the National Register of Historic Places would guarantee that the proposed Central Avenue connector road wouldn't go through it, but a representative with the Tennessee Historical Commission told residents on Tuesday that isn't true.
NASHVILLE — Registered voters in 80 Tennessee towns and cities, including Chattanooga, will vote in November on whether to allow the sale of wine in retail food stores, the Red White and Food campaign said Tuesday.
If the City Council gives its stamp of approval next week, Chattanooga will start paying small business owners up to $10,000 a company to add new employees.
The Tennessee Equality Project will honor Chattanooga City Councilman Chris Anderson
Registered voters in 80 Tennessee towns and cities, including Chattanooga, will vote in November on whether to allow the sale of wine in retail food stores.
CHEROKEE, N.C. — The field had been mowed for hay, giving it the appearance of a freshly cut lawn. Across this wide-open expanse of green, a small elk herd slowly made its way toward the Oconaluftee Visitor Center.
As a nurse in the intensive care unit, Meghan Buffat always thought she empathized with her patients’ families.
Janice Bowling, a 67-year-old grandmother and Republican state senator from rural Tennessee, thought it only made sense that the city of Tullahoma be able to offer its local high-speed Internet service to areas beyond the city limits.
As a child, Peter Kulakov's family would hold baptisms in the dark and hide Bibles under a double floor in the outhouse.