MEMPHIS — A panel of federal judges will hear the case of a Tennessee woman who pleaded guilty to child sex trafficking conspiracy charges
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The ex-head of a Kentucky-based Ku Klux Klan group has been transferred to Tennessee to finish out his four-year prison term on drug and gun charges.
Creed frontman Scott Stapp says he's broke.
Hamilton County's October unemployment rate fell to 6.2 percent, down from 6.6 in September, according to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Develoment.
A man forced his way into a Chattanooga house early this morning and shot a man inside, police said Friday.
The Georgia Department of Labor says that the unemployment rate in Northwest Georgia for October was 7 percent, down from 7.1 percent in September. The rate in October of last year was 7.8 percent.
SAN DIEGO — Advocacy groups barely waited for President Barack Obama to finish speaking about sweeping changes to the U.S. immigration system to start warning about scams.
ATLANTA — To rebuild in the conservative South, Democratic leaders say their party must become more aggressive advocates for the middle class in an effort to energize African-Americans and attract whites.
BEIRUT — The Islamic State group is employing multiple tactics to subdue the Sunni Muslim tribes in Syria and Iraq under its rule, wooing some with gifts — everything from cars to feed for their animals — while brutally suppressing those that resist with mass killings.
GENEVA — After many years of talking, the World Trade Organization pulled off a major deal Thursday that the body said could boost global commerce by $1 trillion annually.
FERGUSON, Mo. — The word spread within minutes of Michael Brown's death — a young black man with his hands raised in surrender had just been shot by a white cop.
As Black Friday kicks off, shopping for health insurance is also starting to picking up steam.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga isn't the best teacher's college in Tennessee, and it isn't the worst — it's somewhere in the middle, according to a recent state report.
On a hot August day during the first week of school, Heather Hobbs, a 26-year-old teacher at Andrew Johnson Elementary School in Kingsport, Tenn., asked her third-grade class to do something she knew that they wouldn’t be able to do.
A child was severely injured Thursday when he was attacked by a pit bull.