DAYTON, Tenn. — Before the turkey and the yams and the pie, a small group gathered at the First Christian Community Church to pause for a moment and give thanks to their God.
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As Black Friday kicks off, shopping for health insurance is also starting to picking up steam.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga isn't the best teacher's college in Tennessee, and it isn't the worst — it's somewhere in the middle, according to a recent state report.
On a hot August day during the first week of school, Heather Hobbs, a 26-year-old teacher at Andrew Johnson Elementary School in Kingsport, Tenn., asked her third-grade class to do something she knew that they wouldn’t be able to do.
A child was severely injured Thursday when he was attacked by a pit bull.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Tennessee Department of Transportation officials have announced that the intersection of Lauderdale Memorial Highway and Walker Valley Road is on track to receive improvements in signs and pavement markings.
East Ridge City Judge Cris Helton thinks about the woman who stood before him for sentencing, crying, promising she'd never been convicted before.
Come Monday, two Chattanooga City Council staff members will be out of work. But that may not be the last council members hear from them.
KNOXVILLE — The Monroe County Commission will name a new sheriff at a special meeting Dec. 9, the county attorney said Wednesday.
NASHVILLE — A legendary Tennessee lawyer whose push for voting rights dated back to the civil rights movement died last summer, not long before a new federal report found evidence that he might have had a point about the state's voter identification law.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Seven-year-old Noah McMurray was about to make a second bowl of oatmeal Tuesday morning when the man knocked on the door of his family's home on Phillips Street.
The gray, wintry clouds and traffic slowing to a crawl along the interstate set a somber tone for Susan Crownover's morning commute.
Back in October, Toni Cochran had no idea how she was going to pay her November rent.