NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam on Tuesday named Jim Henry as the permanent head of the state's troubled Department of Children's Services.
A group of Lincoln County, Tenn., men have been sentenced in an ongoing methamphetamine conspiracy to federal prison terms ranging from six to 14 years.
Gov. Nathan Deal says he believes in the right of atheist groups to donate literature for use in cabins and lodges in Georgia's state parks just as Bibles are allowed.
NASHVILLE - State Rep. Joe Carr, R-Lascassas, said today that veteran Republican strategist Chip Saltsman is joining his 4th Congressional District campaign.
Chattanooga's bucking another trend.
Terry Lee Releford developed a taste for violence at a young age.
A federal civil lawsuit claims that Dr. Raymond Sean Brown, of Cleveland, Tenn., has committed money laundering, wire, mail and Medicare fraud.
WASHINGTON — A former top Internal Revenue Service official said Monday that U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan stretched the truth when the former vice presidential candidate mentioned a Chattanooga nonprofit to bolster the idea the IRS favors liberal groups over conservative groups.
Despite her years behind the bench watching lost causes transform into new people, even Criminal Court Judge Rebecca Stern shook her head when she heard his name two years ago — Jonas Richardson Jr.
Four months after Red Bank's traffic cameras were removed, city officials say they aren't missed.
NASHVILLE — A 13-month partial moratorium on property annexations by Tennessee towns and cities is now in effect after Gov. Bill Haslam signed the measure brought by two Hamilton County legislators.
Heavy weekend rains that continued into Monday closed schools, roads and left some people homeless across the tri-state region before finally relenting.
One lone cyclist is trying to recruit a massive volunteer army as Chattanooga gears up to transform itself into a giant race course.
This year's 12th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is estimated to generate more than $51 million for Manchester, Tenn., Coffee County and the state, according to a study based on the 2012 festival's impact.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Bradley County Commission has postponed scheduled votes on a funding timetable for a $14 million overhaul of Lake Forest Middle School.