Five seats now open on Chattanooga housing board

Published Jan. 27 2015

The Chattanooga City Council will now have five appointments to make on the city's Health, Education and Housing Facilities Board....

Chattanooga Area Labor Council to discuss insurance today

Published Jan. 25 2015

On Monday, the Chattanooga Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO, is holding a special meeting to inform its members and the general...

Chattanooga department ranks well on study of police budget efficiency (interactive)

Published Jan. 24 2015

A national study that looks at how efficiently police forces in the nation's 110 largest cities spend their budgets ranks...

Mayor says Cleveland, TN strong, successful in 2014

Published Jan. 24 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- A team effort made by government, business and the community at large contributed to making 2014 "a...

Chattanooga city official claims to live in beauty supply store, resigns

Published Jan. 21 2015

A long-serving chairman of one of Chattanooga's bond boards stepped down Tuesday night amid questions about his residency and eligibility...

Bradley County adopts building codes

Published Jan. 21 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Bradley County's new building codes faced a challenge to stay on the books within minutes of their...

Political Notebook: Signal Mountain's Hazlewood takes oath

Published Jan. 18 2015

Freshman Republican Rep. Patsy Hazlewood of Signal Mountain was officially sworn in as a member of Tennessee's 109th General Assembly...

Chattanooga's Family Justice Center to get a home

Published Jan. 14 2015

Chattanooga's long-awaited Family Justice Center will soon officially have a home.

Chattanooga seeks to limit payday lending and title pawns

Published Jan. 13 2015

Chattanooga is taking a preemptive strike to stem a tide of payday lenders and similar businesses moving into the city....

Public hearing set for waterline project between South Pittsburg, Kimball

Published Jan. 13 2015

KIMBALL, Tenn. -- A proposed waterline project from South Pittsburg, Tenn., to Kimball could be a huge benefit, but for...

Uber here to stay after bill approved by Chattanooga City Council

Published Jan. 7 2015

The Chattanooga City Council has spoken, and Uber is here to stay.

Fitness center OK'd for Cleveland High School's new gymnasium project

Published Jan. 7 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- A combined fitness center and weight room will be included as part of Cleveland High School's new...

Chattanooga City Council likely to pass Uber, taxi rules despite late outcry

Published Jan. 6 2015

The Chattanooga City Council may put a final seal on revamped transportation rules to regulate app-based rideshare networks such as...

TN group criticizes state's challenge to Obama's immigration orders

Published Dec. 23 2014

NASHVILLE - An immigrant advocacy group says Tennessee took a "step backwards" when it joined a multi-state lawsuit challenging President...

Point man for Chattanooga's Violence Reduction Initiative reassigned

Published Dec. 23 2014

For the second time this year the city must replace a key leader in Mayor Andy Berke's Violence Reduction Initiative.

Tennessee joins lawsuit challenging Obama's executive order on illegal immigration

Published Dec. 22 2014

NASHVILLE - Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery today said he is joining a multi-state lawsuit launched by fellow Republicans in...

First hoop cleared in Chattanooga City Council for Uber ordinance

Published Dec. 17 2014

Taxi drivers get phone calls, then drive people places for money.

Cleveland, TN picks new fire chief

Published Dec. 17 2014

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- The Cleveland Fire Department will have a new chief at the turn of the year.

Taxi owner asks Chattanooga Transportation Board to bar Uber

Published Dec. 16 2014

As the Chattanooga City Council mulls new rules to allow taxis and ride-share networks such as Uber to co-exist --...

House Speaker Beth Harwell was nominated for a third term

Published Dec. 10 2014

House Speaker Beth Harwell was nominated for a third term today after fellow Republicans overwhelmingly rejected a challenge by Rick...

Rep. Kevin Brooks of Cleveland re-elected

Published Dec. 10 2014

Rep. Kevin Brooks of Cleveland was re-elected Republicans' Assistant Majority leader this afternoon.

Teen Learning Center fence plan criticized by Cleveland City Council

Published Dec. 9 2014

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Aesthetics and personal vendettas were cited by members of the Cleveland City Council as reasons for the...

Kimball opts for $1 million electronic media insurance policy

Published Dec. 8 2014

KIMBALL, Tenn. - The Kimball Board of Mayor and Aldermen has opted to purchase $1 million in information, security and...