Remember Chuck Fleischmann's "fixed" funding for the Chickamauga lock?
We're down to the wire in the mid-term elections, and by most accounts early voting in Tennessee and Georgia was down this year compared to 2010 midterms.
Chuck Fleischmann and Mary Headrick made it crystal clear in their debate Monday night that the people of the 3rd District can't stand another two years of Fleischmann's "tirelessly" working to deliver the nothing we've gotten — unless you count a Grover Norquist "no-tax" promise as a sign of work.
The movie “Field of Dreams” made hope a universal quote: “If you build it, they will come.”
WASHINGTON — There’s a hidden history to the nasty midterm election campaign that will, mercifully, end on Nov. 4. What’s not being widely talked about is as important as what’s in the news.
Tonight's the night!
Big cat Jim Catanzaro is no stranger to controversy, but Thursday his Chattanooga State Community College faculty hit him squarely with a "no confidence" vote.
Four people were arrested Wednesday night while protesting street violence and police brutality at the intersection of Main and Market streets in Chattanooga.
Lenda Sherrell is the best and only choice to fill Tennessee’s 4th Congressional District seat now shamed by the incumbent Scott DesJarlais, a tea party-leaning Republican who ran on a pro-life ticket but was found to have encouraged both his former wife and a mistress to have abortions.
Most of us knew him only as that strong bass voice that filled our homes every morning after our parents roused us from sleep.
Why does it always take a good crisis to make us understand our folly and reset our priorities?
Four years ago, Republicans claimed every statewide office in Georgia.
Where's the line between watchdog public service and fear-mongering in the media's coverage of the emerging Ebola story?
You might recall Chattanooga’s own Dorothy Cooper, who at 96 in 2011 became the cause célèbre of voter suppression.