Two women arrested on April 24 in an alleged prostitution scheme at a local hypnosis clinic now have new court dates.
The crowd inside Hamilton County Juvenile Court swelled to more than 75 people Monday afternoon.
Inside the darkened high school gymnasium, all faces are on the stage.
The Hamilton County grand jury's report comes out every four months and sounds pretty much the same as it has for years — recommendations to spend more on recidivism programs, enhance DUI penalties and so on.
A Chattanooga man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the 2009 home invasion shooting death of a local rapper was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Three weeks ago a federal judge wasn't happy with the progress of an alleged pill mill case headed to trial in December. On Friday she got some good news.
A 43-year-old man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and a sentence of 15 years rather than face a second trial in the 2009 slaying of local rapper Robert "Brikk" Brown.
Ronnie Boyd leans back in his kayak and lays his paddle across his lap. His eyes closed, he smiles while the rest of the group splashes their kayaks downstream.
In the weeks after the first shots were fired in the Spanish-American War in 1898, war fever swept the nation.
Weeks after his cousin pleaded guilty to murder charges, Brendan Barnes admitted his role in the 2010 beating and stabbing death of pastor David Strong.
Two men who sold plots of land in a $45 million Dade County, Ga., real estate development deal face decades in prison after their convictions Tuesday for conspiracy, wire fraud and money laundering.
The second defendant in the 2010 brutal beating death of a local pastor pleaded guilty to facilitation of second-degree murder this morning in Hamilton County Criminal Court.
A federal jury found two Marion County men guilty of fraud and money laundering in a $45 million land development in Dade County, Ga.
A 23-year-old Chattanooga woman was sentenced Monday to 16 years in prison for a 2010 homicide near the intersection of Main and Willow streets.
Quinisha Brabson was sentenced in Hamilton County Criminal Court this morning to 16 years for her conviction in the 2010 murder of Timothy Nichols.
After 20 witnesses, more than 100 documents and seven days of a federal trial, jurors now will decide whether two Marion County men purposely defrauded investors in a Dade County, Ga., land deal or if the men were developing the site legitimately.
A 40-year-old Marion County man testified in his federal fraud trial this week that he only collected paperwork for loans and had no authority to approve or deny applications that prosecutors say are evidence of a conspiracy.
At least 14 people have so far been arrested in an alleged methamphetamine trafficking ring in East Tennessee, North Georgia and Western North Carolina, the head federal prosecutor here said.
Amy Harpole and other family members visited her mother, Jane Stokes, for a fun weekend of sharing memories and cookouts.
The federal judge overseeing a complex alleged Medicare fraud case against Life Care Centers of America had a simple question to begin Wednesday's meeting.
A 28-year-old man pleaded guilty this morning in Hamilton County Criminal Court to vehicular homicide in an Aug. 16, 2012, fatal crash.
A local construction company owner noticed when one of his accounting employees didn't show for work on June 15, 2011. That same day, he spotted the man suspected of killing her.
A lot of people have said a lot of things over the course of the federal fraud trial of Joshua Dobson about how he ran his end of a land development in Dade County, Ga.
The murder trial of Randall Reed in the alleged June 2011 smothering death of 70-year-old East Ridge resident Jane Stokes began this morning with jury selection.
Prosecutors in a federal fraud trial here want to keep the story simple.
Investigators pored over half a million documents during a six-year investigation to find major medical fraud problems at three TVA nuclear plants and root out the man responsible — Walter Cardin.
A man prosecutors say ran gambling operations for the former mayor of South Pittsburg, Tenn., has agreed to plead guilty to a federal gambling charge.
The man known until now only as “Person A” in the federal gambling prosecution of former South Pittsburg Mayor Mike Killian has been named — Robert Barry Cole.
A 55-year-old Louisiana man convicted on charges of major fraud while handling safety reviews at TVA nuclear sites has been sentenced to six and a half years in federal prison.
Confederate Lt. Gen. James Longstreet managed to drive a third of the Union Army from the battlefield at Chickamauga nearly 150 years ago.
A bank officer testified Wednesday that had she known Southern Group was funding down payments and monthly payments for land buyers, her bank never would have approved the loans.
A Chattanooga woman claims in a lawsuit that city police spread rumors she was a snitch after she filed a complaint against an officer, and later arrested her under false pretenses on a charge that was recently dismissed.
The co-defendant and cousin of a man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the 2010 beating death of a local pastor will face a hearing on the same charges April 23.
A 59-year-old Methodist minister who'd never bought land in her life testified in federal court Tuesday that she was left holding $600,000 in mortgages and had to declare bankruptcy after Josh Dobson and Paul Gott III stopped making promised payments on three Dade County, Ga., land parcels.
Antonio Henry pleaded guilty this morning to second-degree murder and 20 years in prison for his role in the beating death of David Strong.
Josh Dobson and Paul Gott III set up a mortgage fraud scheme in which they used buyers' good credit histories and signatures to get hefty bank loans, but then "bamboozled" the buyers with "lies and deceptions" and left investors holding expensive second mortgages with no way to pay, a federal prosecutor said Monday.
A former Chattanooga police officer who failed to convince a three-member City Council panel to give him his job back said Monday he will appeal — again.
A City Council panel voted 2-1 this morning to deny former Chattanooga Police Department Officer Mickel Hoback his job back.
A former Chattanooga Police Department officer could find out today whether he will get back the job he lost in 2009.
District attorneys, public defenders and a few legislators in a local area that will be heavily affected by a proposed judicial redistricting plan say changes are not needed. Many question Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey's motives.
Deep in the bowels of a building on the UTC campus, a team of eight engineering students is trying get "Scrappy," a chemically powered car, to move a measured distance and stop at a line of blue tape on the concrete floor.
A woman who claimed in court documents that her doctor husband tried to poison her has reached a settlement and dropped the protective order against him.
One of them worked with the U.S. Army in Baghdad. One arrived here as a 12-year-old boy, the voices of his classmates indecipherable. One traveled across the Pacific Ocean, met a man and married.
Former Tennessee Walking Horse trainer Jackie McConnell has been indicted by a Fayette County grand jury on 22 counts of animal cruelty related to alleged horse soring actions.
On Jan. 9, 2010, Jackie Campbell was stopped while driving from his Atlanta home and into Chattanooga. Police searched his car and found 170 grams of crack cocaine.
A combination of statistics, computer confusion and lack of communication slapped attorneys in a federal health care fraud case in the face Tuesday when they met with the federal judge handling trial preparations.
The 43-year-old mother of a toddler began her second trial on charges she attempted to smother her son while he was being treated for digestive problems at Erlanger hospital.
A woman who faces first-degree murder charges in connection with the 2011 stabbing death of a 15-year-old girl has a new lawyer and hearing date.
A 39-year-old Chattanooga man saw charges of attempted murder in two separate incidents sent to the grand jury after a hearing Tuesday.
Multiple witnesses testified in Sessions Court this morning that Celvin “Squeaky” Houston told them he’d shot someone after two separate incidents in March.