As we discussed at length on Press Row on ESPN 105.1 yesterday — give us a listen from 3-6 p.m. — Mack Brown's days appear numbered at Texas.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Pope Francis has been selected by Time magazine as the Person of the Year.
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — Uruguay's Senate gave final congressional approval Tuesday to create the world's first national marketplace for legal marijuana, an audacious experiment that will have the government oversee production, sales and consumption of a drug illegal almost everywhere else.
NEWTOWN, Conn. — A year later, inside the big house on Berkshire Road, dolls fill the shelves of a living room and flowers and rainbows decorate a kitchen window, next to a little girl's name: Avielle.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The sale on eBay of a city-owned vehicle used by Sarah Palin when she was mayor of Wasilla is causing a stir in small-town politics: One official says the current mayor is trying to fatten city coffers off Palin's fame, and the mayor says "guilty as charged."
The Bowl Championship Series era in college football will be put to rest on the evening of Jan. 6, 2014, when No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 Auburn vie for the national title in Pasadena, Calif.
The legal morass sparked by the beating of a federal inmate at the hands of two Chattanooga police officers has stretched over nearly a year, but city officials hope to end it by Jan. 1.
Neither the Bears nor the Titans are in this week's NFL Power Poll, but the recent developments in Chicago could greatly affect the future of each franchise.
Chattanooga boasts the nation's fastest Internet service, but a new study finds that local job and technology growth is still slower than in most of the country.
Tuesday night at the University of Florida's O'Connell Center produced the kind of college basketball game that terrifically teases the senses for March Madness.
It is a common drama played out this time of year: A co-worker or spouse contracts the flu. Remaining on the offensive may mean a quick trip to the doctor's office, a flu test and a prescription.
Will Wade wasn’t sure anybody saw his action Tuesday.
Celebrity couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, both former stars of “That 70s Show,” among other television and film credits, visited Rock City and Ruby Falls on Monday. The couple reportedly was traveling from Florida, where they had attended her brother’s wedding, to Nashville.
JACKSONVILLE, Ala. — Jim Foster has been experimenting with a bunch of different lineups, trying to find the right combination for his University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's basketball team. He had a simple solution Tuesday night against Jacksonville State: Just give the ball to Ashlen Dewart.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football program received the official word from the NCAA on Tuesday: senior defensive tackle Derrick Lott will be allowed to return for a sixth year.
So why, you ask, did I spend part of Tuesday morning inside Chattanooga Blood Assurance circling cotton swabs around the inside of my mouth like greyhounds around a track?
More than 250 Georgia defendants who were told to pay a total of $55,574 in court costs in Chattooga County State Court between 2007 and September now can get their cash back.
NASHVILLE — The Winchester, Tenn., police chief says he plans to keep enforcing his city's ordinance requiring a doctor's prescription for pseudophedrine-based cold medications despite Tennessee Attorney General Robert Cooper's new legal opinion that the local anti-meth measure violates state law.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — With plenty of questions stil facing his team in the early stage of the season, Bradley Central's first-year basketball coach Chuck Clark was glad to see his team find an answer to rival Cleveland on Tuesday night.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Rhodes Climate Controlled Storage, where Cleveland police Chief Wes Snyder and MainStreet Cleveland head Sharon Marr secretly rendezvoused in a climate-controlled unit, has denounced the couple's activity on its premises.
When asked when was the last time Hixson's girls were in sole possession of first place in their district high school basketball standings, 35-year-old Lady Wildcats coach Matthew Smith said, "Probably before I was born."
The Chattanooga Football Club schedule for its sixth season will look a bit different from last summer's National Premier Soccer League slate — just as the 2012 schedule was different from the year before.
Hunger in the United States knows no bounds. Nearly 50 million Americans face food insecurity on a daily basis, according to Feeding America, the nation's largest hunger-relief charity.
RINGGOLD, Ga. — Larry Armour, the developer who brought a Costco warehouse store to Catoosa County, is on track to get almost $7 million in local government subsidies for his retail developments here.
The college football bowl bids have been announced and while there are teams and fans that are less than thrilled with the destination of their teams, the players not involved in the annual Bowl Championship Series title game are equally focused on the swag.
Every year around Christmas, we bake or make cookies, bars and other treats for family members, co-workers and other friends and neighbors.
KIMBALL, Tenn. — When the state’s health insurance saw another 5 percent increase in costs this year, city leaders searched for another, cheaper option.
Responding to voter outrage, Congress ended the practice of earmarking in 2010. In its place, members have expanded their use of a more problematic approach: temporary tax breaks.
Cakes are a mainstay during the holidays. Not only do we make them for ourselves, they also make wonderful gifts. Nothing impresses more than a cake dressed in Christmas finery — coconut “snow,” colorful sugars, crushed candies. The list is endless.
Normal Park Museum Magnet Principal Jill Levine is one of three principals selected for the U.S. Department of Education’s first Principal Ambassador Fellows.
Mary Barra has spent the past three years as General Motors’ product chief, making cars that drive better, last longer and look good in showrooms.
Good morning dear readers. As December gets busier, requests get labeled URGENT.
A local developer was shut down Tuesday night by a City Council 6-2 vote to expand his upscale strip mall in East Brainerd to include a restaurant.
Grammy and Tony award winner Jennifer Holliday will perform at Olivet Baptist Church at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Yes, society is downright obsessed with firearms and the suspicion toward others is widespread. Heck, many religions even espouse hate and distrust!
No, I'm not going to use this column to throw darts at President Obama's, "If you like your health plan, you can keep it," lie. That dead horse has been flogged enough for now. Instead, I am going to characterize the type of fib he made to the American public and how it is a whole new breed of presidential dishonesty.
The startup is housed in a garage-like space in San Francisco’s tech-heavy South of Market neighborhood, but it isn’t like most of its neighbors that develop software, websites and mobile-phone apps. Its mission is to find plant replacements for eggs.
Republican Gov. Bill Haslam has been reading too many GOP primers on "tell the lie long enough ... ."
ATLANTA — Georgia revenues totaled $1.39 billion in November, an increase of 3.6 percent over the same month a year ago.
Tennessee Wesleyan freshman Devante’ Jenkins from Cross, S.C., was the Tennessee Sports Writers Association’s men’s basketball player of the week after turning in three double-doubles last week.
General Electric Co.’s credit card division will refund $34.1 million to consumers who government regulators say were misled about the potential costs of relying on a deferred-interest plan to pay their medical bills.