NASHVILLE — Conservative state lawmakers have turned to money for leverage as they try to keep University of Tennessee leaders from allowing Sex Week activities on the system's Knoxville campus.
The priest stood alone on the edge of the car-clogged road, ashes in hand. A lid protected her canister from the wind, advice she read earlier on a tip sheet.
Local radio legend Luther Masingill, who will turn 92 on Sunday, will appear on satellite radio Sirius XM's 60s on 6 channel with host and longtime Luther fan Phlash Phelps. The segment will air between noon and 12:30 p.m. Friday.
Clay Bennett, editorial cartoonist for the Chattanooga Times Free Press, this week was named the finalist for the 2014 Herblock Prize.
At East Side Elementary School, the cafeteria is packed with hundreds of kids chomping away on scones, sipping juice and eating Honey Nut Cheerios.
NASHVILLE — Concerned over Erlanger Health System’s most recent cost-cutting move, Rep. JoAnne Favors, D-Chattanooga, said Wednesday she’s dropping her co-sponsorship of a bill overhauling the ailing public hospital.
At close range, a single gunshot to the head killed 33-year-old Warren Ransom.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Two dozen Bradley County residents and local officials asked questions and aired their concerns about the proposed expansion of Georgetown Road with the Highway 60 Corridor Management Committee on Wednesday.
Some state lawmakers fed up with what they say is unbridled federal spending are pushing through a resolution asking for a convention of states to force a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
DUNLAP, Tenn. -- In her videotaped statement to authorities, Susan L. Baker described shooting Clifford Carden Jr. to death in his car in the Cartwright Gulf area of southern Sequatchie County, Tenn.
An alleged 2010 beating by McMinn County, Tenn., sheriff's deputies of a then-70-year-old man during a traffic stop is scheduled for trial in federal court next week after a hearing here Wednesday.
Hamilton County Commission Chairman Fred Skillern says he's happy with the current set of judicial commissioners, and he thinks they should be able to stick around -- without having to re-apply for their jobs.
The United Way of Greater Chattanooga announced Wednesday that it raised a "record-breaking" $12 million in 2013, a nearly 4 percent increase from 2012's $11.6 million.
Former Hamilton County Election Commission attorney Chris Clem was appointed to serve on the panel today by State Election Commissioner Judy Blackburn of Morristown to fill the seat being vacated by Tommy Crangle.
A Chattanooga man out of prison after a 2012 reckless homicide conviction will appear in court for failing to pay restitution to the family of the man he killed.