LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County prosecutors have charged a man with murdering his live-in boyfriend and dumping his severed head, hands and feet near the Hollywood sign two years ago.
The Whitfield County Sheriff's Office has identified the suspect wanted in the robbery/homicide at the Kanku's Express.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The U.S. Department of Energy and the operators of the nation's only underground nuclear waste dump said Monday they are making plans to allow specially trained workers to enter the site for the first time in weeks after more than a dozen employees were exposed to low levels of radiation during a mysterious leak.
NASHVILLE — Legislation that would allow a student to express a religious belief in a school assignment has passed the House.
Calhoun, Ga. police charged two Calhoun residents with drug-related offenses after a raid on Thursday.
A Sand Mountain man wanted in connection with possessing several automatic weapons is now in custody.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's basketball team won its 15th Southern Conference championship in school history with an 71-45 win over Davidson in the U.S. Cellular Center.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol's Criminal Investigation Division (CID) arrested Jimmy Frank Peters for odometer fraud and felony theft on Monday, March 3 in Marion County.
Mayor Andy Berke announced a city-wide book drive today so residents can donate books across the city through April 9.
A man was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries just before noon Monday after he ran out into oncoming traffic and was hit by a car. Chattanooga Police say the man was running from a guard dog at a business off Lee Highway.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Voters who don't have a valid photo ID to use in Alabama's elections can get one free at county board of registrars' offices.
An Oldfort, Tenn., man suspected in an armed robbery early Sunday at a Kangaroo mart in Bradley County was arrested after he was located by a tracking dog.
Councilman Chris Anderson's attorney pushed back today's hearing where a local judge was to decide whether to halt the recall effort until he rules on the lawsuit.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Georgia Senate has passed a bill criminalizing "revenge porn," a trend involving explicit photographs being posted without permission to the Internet.