Mullis: Legalized sale, use of fireworks keeps revenue 'here in Georgia'

Published May. 6 2015

Justin Locke's drive across state lines to purchase fireworks may be over.

Boxed puppies left for dead outside Goodwill now happy, healthy

Published May. 6 2015

Tuesday's "Out of the Box" party at McKamey Animal Center marked the first day the roughly 12-week-old pups, Marilyn Monroe,...

Medical examiner: Woman slain at College Hill Courts was beaten, cut

Published May. 6 2015

The 56-year-old Chattanooga woman who was killed in her College Hill Courts apartment in mid-April was beaten so severely that...

Council's lawmaker members provide unique avenue to state policy

Published May. 6 2015

NASHVILLE -- The big law firm's conference room was decorated with red balloons forming the number "28," the new tally...

Trial date set in case that led to firing of Chattanooga police detective

Published May. 6 2015

James Leon Works, whose arrest last year triggered a criminal investigation into a Chattanooga detective, will go to trial in...

Volunteers build East Chattanooga playground in six hours

Published May. 6 2015

The "Space Jam" theme song, "Y'all Ready for This," pulsated through speakers at Hope for the Inner City while more...

City Council unanimously OKs tax break for historic Maclellan Building

Published May. 6 2015

After much back-and-forth debate over how the government should oversee tax breaks to private developers, the City Council unanimously approved...

Wheel tax for Lake Forest Middle School goes nowhere

Published May. 6 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Yet another attempt to fund a comprehensive makeover for Lake Forest Middle School -- this time by...

Former Grundy workers win $200,000 settlement

Published May. 6 2015

Grundy County, Tenn., will pony up $200,000 in a federal lawsuit filed by four former employees of the county highway...

Gov. Haslam says Chattanooga prayer breakfast unique among events

Published May. 6 2015

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam attends plenty of festivals, events and celebrations across the state. He's been to strawberry festivals, the...

Gov. Deal signs bills cracking down on child sex trafficking

Published May. 6 2015

ATLANTA -- Gov. Nathan Deal signed two measures Tuesday aimed at cracking down on the sexual exploitation of children by...

Person of interest developing in beheading of Georgia couple

Published May. 6 2015

EATONTON, Ga. -- The sheriff probing the unsolved beheading and slaying of an elderly middle Georgia couple says he has...

Alabama House GOP unveils proposal to end state budget shortfall

Published May. 6 2015

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Alabama House Republicans on Tuesday threw their support behind a proposal to raise taxes while cutting and...

UPDATE: Pedestrian struck on East Brainerd Road

Published May. 5 2015

East Brainerd Road is now open again. The road was closed in both directions for several hours following an accident...

Georgia sheriff calls woman's shooting a tragic accident

Published May. 5 2015

ATLANTA -- A metro Atlanta sheriff who shot and critically injured a woman says the victim is a dear friend...

Testimony begins in Facebook 'unfriending' murder trial

Published May. 5 2015

JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. -- Testimony has begun in a double-murder trial for a case prosecutors say was caused by a woman...

Georgia Gov. Deal signs child welfare reform into law

Published May. 5 2015

ATLANTA -- Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday signed into law a bill aimed at streamlining Georgia's child welfare system to...

Puppies found trapped in cardboard box at Goodwill available for adoption

Published May. 5 2015

The puppies found sealed in a cardboard box labeled "stuff animals" outside a Goodwill drop-off site on Highway 58 are...

Senior prank at East TN school includes trash, urine, dead animals

Published May. 5 2015

Officials say a senior "prank" at an East Tennessee high school that left the floors littered with trash, hay, urine...

Light rail system for Chattanooga? City Council set to approve study

Published May. 5 2015

Chattanooga is moving one step closer to building on its choo-choo heritage.

McMinn County man charged with arson

Published May. 5 2015

A 56-year-old McMinn County, Tenn., man is charged with arson in an October 2013 fire in Riceville that damaged a...

Bradley County Sheriff's Office investigating apparent domestic incident

Published May. 5 2015

The Bradley County Sheriff's Office is investigating an apparent domestic incident that...

Trial date set for man whose arrest triggered Karl Fields investigation

Published May. 5 2015

James Leon Works, whose arrest last year triggered a criminal investigation into a Chattanooga detective, will go to trial in...