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Eric DeLacy takes pride in his job in the paint shop at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant.

Ethan Young balances effortlessly as he walks the length of a rail above a downtown sidewalk.

Three of Chattanooga’s youth and family development centers will be getting outdoor fitness equipment as part of a local plan aimed at helping residents with little access to gyms get in shape and reduce their risk of obesity-related diseases.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Motorists on North Lee Highway, part of the state's Highway 11 corridor, in Bradley County will have a smoother ride once a resurfacing project and new traffic signal installation are complete.

Dr. Mary Headrick will be the keynote speaker today at the Roane County Democratic Party's Labor Day picnic, according to a news release.

A 16-year-old was taken to the hospital after he was shot around 7:40 p.m. Sunday. The victim's injury was minor and non-life-threatening.

JASPER, Tenn. — Marion County residents along Greentown and Browns Hollow roads came together to get the speed limits changed on those streets. And they won.

A Franklin father of three has created a smartphone app that reminds parents not to leave their children in a hot car.

Three-year-old Dakota Arndt's toy trucks were still lined up next to the TV on the living room floor of his great-great uncle Felix Leffew's house Saturday evening.

How a Chattanooga payday lender avoided prosecution here

New York did what Tennessee wouldn't — indicted Carey Brown

In the years after a 2011 Times Free Press investigation revealed that a dozen shell companies were making online payday loans at interest rates far higher than those allowed under state law, prosecutors and regulators took no public action — and refused to say why.

The Howard School has long been a source of pride in Chattanooga's black community.

Johnny Maxwell can't trick his wife, Maxie, by bringing McDonald's coffee in a Waffle House cup into their Ringgold, Ga. home.

  • Aug. 31st, 2014  |

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — In less than a month, a second Bradley County commissioner has called for an end to the county's agreement with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County, a private organization that provides animal shelter services for county residents.

State and local authorities are seeking clues to the identity of a woman whose body was found in the Hiwassee River in Polk County on Saturday.

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