Hamilton County residents who need to reinstate their licenses no longer have to travel out of town.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Bradley County commissioners postponed voting Monday night on a proposal to change how candidates for that panel are elected.
CUMMING, Ga. — Edward Richardson was just a boy when his father, Coast Guard Radioman Benjamin Bottoms, disappeared.
KNOXVILLE — The son and brother, respectively, of Knoxville natives Tina Wesson and Katie Collins, the mother and daughter duo competing on the current season of "Survivor: Blood vs. Water," has died in a car accident in Chattanooga.
A house for sale on Signal Mountain is a total loss after a fire Tuesday night.
The Humane Educational Society has named Bob Citrullo as its new executive director following months of interviews.
The Hamilton County Election Commission has verified enough signatures on a petition to repeal the city's controversial domestic benefits ordinance.
A man has been rescued from inside a silo at the ADM Milling plant in downtown Chattanooga after he was injured while being lowered inside.
Two people were injured after a car hit a house in Chattanooga and caught on fire, according to a news release.
ETOWAH, Tenn. — An armed man who confronted Etowah police Monday night died after being shot by two officers at the 800 block of Highway 411, north of Highway 30.
Catoosa County won't loan any more money to Hutcheson Medical Center.
Bobby Wright expects to work about 60 hours this week at Chattanooga's Amazon distribution center as the company shifts into top gear to meet a holiday shopping crush that's setting new records for the site and online sales overall.
The Thanksgiving Day fire that killed a Red Bank man and left four people homeless apparently started over a misunderstanding about a cat.
Today is the deadline for a local conservative group to submit enough signatures to force a public vote on whether Chattanooga city employees' gay or straight unmarried partners should receive health insurance and other benefits.
Two Dalton police officers will be suspended for two days without pay, must complete 40 hours of community service in support of youth programs and will receive written reprimands after they used foul language when dealing with middle school students.