Hear the stories of local families living in extended stay accommodation.
Fifth-grade students from Spring Creek Elementary came to Parkridge hospital to sing carols.
Chattanooga Homeless Project Connect's one day event to help people in need filled up the the Eastgate Town Center.
Children from six North Georgia elementary schools came to Dalton State Community College Tuesday for the Robo Expo.
Thousands of people came to the Volkswagen Career and Supplier Expo to find out about the economic opportunities that will be created by the plant.
Joe Sheppard was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in April.
Buikai Massaqui, a running back for St. Andrews-Sewanee, came to the U.S. as a refugee from Liberia.
Former Croatian refugee, Sergio Plecas speaks about becoming a U.S. citizen.
Every Wednesday, a group of cyclists meet at Ross's Landing to play bicycle polo.
Chris Weir joined the army after his younger brother David was killed in Iraq.
Last winter, four young people started an Organic Farm on Williams Island with a lease from the Tennessee River Gorge Trust.
The Great American Scrapbook Convention opened at the Chattanooga Convention Center Thursday and will run through Saturday evening.
Gangs have become a problem in the Chattanooga area. Law enforcement agencies are working with community groups to help prevent further growth.
The Coast Guard Auxiliary is an organization consisting of approximately 30,000 volunteers, who patrol inland waterways and help keep boaters safe. The 1300 members of the Eighth District eastern Region -- in which Chattanooga is situated - are responsible for patrolling more than 8,000 miles of waterways, including the Tennessee River, the Cumberland River, the Ohio River and some of the Mississippi River.
Local, slow and organic food representatives gather at Crabtree Farms to talk food.