An attorney for the mother of a 19-year-old woman who died when struck by a train in 2011 has shared some of the reasons his client is appealing a jury verdict that cleared the restaurant where the teenager worked of any wrongdoing.
A man's death has been ruled a homicide after his body was found off of Hooker Road over the weekend.
America's biggest federal utility could come under state and local ownership if Congress goes along with a plan proposed today by the Obama administration.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United officials announced today the company is exploring the possibility of expanding by building a new, state-of-the-art distribution and sales facility in Hamilton County.
Erlanger Health System's latest strategy to staunch financial losses has hit its most personal note yet, as hospital executives have decided to freeze the paid time off accruals for 4,000 employees from now until July.
The shooting of a man in broad daylight as he drove on Central Avenue last week made headlines.
Before Monday, Adam Cowan had been unable to afford insurance for nearly eight years.
A single sentence that a man tearfully shared with his girlfriend could radically change the future of the man charged in a 2011 murder.
All of the candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for Hamilton County’s District 4 Commission seat agree: The inner-city district is lagging economically. The schools need improving, and crime must be reduced.
NASHVILLE — State senators on Monday popped the cork on a bill giving local voters the power to decide whether to allow wine sales in grocery stores.
Times Free Press readers will see significant changes in how their newspapers look today. Color returns to all section fronts and back pages as the paper continues a $6 million conversion to a new offset printing press.
Buildings are replaceable. Mentone Springs Hotel is not.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Dixie Day Spay, which has admitted to placing nearly two dozen Cleveland Animal Shelter dogs in a "house of horrors" shelter in Morristown, Tenn., that was raided recently, alleges most of the blame falls on city government.
The mother of a 19-year-old woman who died when she and a friend were struck by a train near McDonald Farm on Aug. 22, 2011, will appeal a jury's verdict that cleared the restaurant where her daughter worked of any wrongdoing.
For years, Missouri has been the reigning king of methamphetamine use in the United States. But thanks to a crackdown at the local level in that state, Tennessee could be poised to pass it by.