Girl Scouts have milk and cookies with legislators at Tennessee Capitol

Published Mar. 31 2015

Girl Scouts from across Middle Tennessee visited the Tennessee State Capitol as part of Girl Scout Day on the Hill...

Chattanooga joins municipal tech contest

Published Mar. 31 2015

Cities work with local innovators develop and deploy technology to deal with health, public safety and economic challenges, and the...

Chattanooga police looking for Desiree Hester in carjacking and assault

Published Mar. 31 2015

Chattanooga police are looking for Desiree Hester in a carjacking and assault that happened Monday.

Chattanooga Update: 2,000 jobs available Thursday

Published Mar. 31 2015

A 4-year-old Ringgold boy has been found dead in a hotel swimming pool.

Road closing because fire hydrant being moved

Published Mar. 31 2015

Tennessee American Water Company will be relocating a fire hydrant on Altamont Road, between Hixson Pike and Crestwood Drive,...

Human remains found along road

Published Mar. 31 2015

Cherokee County, Ala., authorities have charged one man in an apparent homicide and are awaiting confirmation of the identity of...

Photo: Fire in tractor trailer blocks traffic on I-75 in Chattanooga

Published Mar. 31 2015

A fire in an Averitt tractor trailer blocked traffic on I-75 southbound near Eastgate this morning.

TVA police officer provided protection for illegal million-dollar poker game

Published Mar. 31 2015

A federal judge on Monday sentenced a retired Tennessee Valley Authority police officer to home detention and probation for his...

Authorities: Former communications director swindled $100,000 from Church of God

Published Mar. 31 2015

Federal prosecutors say a former Church of God communications director swindled $100,000 from church coffers while working at the denomination's...

Man receives lowest sentence yet in 'worst of the worst' cocaine roundup

Published Mar. 31 2015

A federal judge on Monday sentenced Idriss Barr to just four years of federal probation, the lowest sentence yet imposed...

Hays State inmates charged with attacking guard

Published Mar. 31 2015

Two Hays State Prison inmates were charged earlier this month with beating a prison guard.

Cutting out the middleman: Some doctors opting out of insurance, moving toward private pay

Published Mar. 31 2015

Tucked behind the new North Chattanooga Publix, where the Easter hams are now on sale, and a door down from...

Gov. Haslam urges Republicans to 'get beyond politics' on Insure Tennessee

Published Mar. 31 2015

NASHVILLE -- As Gov. Bill Haslam on Monday urged fellow Republicans to "get beyond politics" when considering his Insure Tennessee...

Chattanooga Police Department loses two officers to misconduct

Published Mar. 31 2015

One Chattanooga police officer was fired and another resigned Monday ahead of a disciplinary hearing meant to address charges of...

Police: College Hill Courts shooting part of ongoing gang war

Published Mar. 31 2015

Chattanooga police believe Thursday's shooting in College Hill Courts was part of an ongoing gang war between the Gangster Disciples...

TBI investigating death of severely injured 5-year-old

Published Mar. 31 2015

Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation began investigating the death of 5-year-old Lucas Michael Dillon on Sunday.

Cleveland City Schools director honored for teaching course

Published Mar. 31 2015

Martin Ringstaff, director of Cleveland City Schools, teaches a summer course on advanced school law to students at the University...

Electric rate increase proposed for Cleveland Utilities

Published Mar. 31 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Cleveland Utilities will consider increasing customer charges for its electric services as part of its 2015-16 budget...

Agency to help public housing youth pay for college

Published Mar. 31 2015

The Chattanooga Housing Authority wants youth in public housing to attend college, and the agency wants to help them pay...

Tennessee bills for 'opportunity scholarships,' guns in parks advance to next step

Published Mar. 31 2015

NASHVILLE -- A bill allowing taxpayer-funded vouchers to pay for some low-income students to attend private schools easily cleared the...

4-year-old Ringgold boy drowns in hotel pool

Published Mar. 31 2015

A four-year-old Ringgold boy drowned in a hotel pool in Knoxville Sunday.

Georgia Gov. Deal announces new program to honor Vietnam veterans

Published Mar. 30 2015

ATLANTA -- In an emotional ceremony in the Capitol attended by several hundred people, Gov. Nathan Deal announced a new...

'Religious freedom' fight ramps up as bill remains stalled in Georgia House committee

Published Mar. 30 2015

ATLANTA -- A divisive religious freedom bill remains stalled in a Georgia House committee as lawmakers enter the final two...