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The Chattanooga City Council's November vote to grant health benefits to employees' domestic partners was "deaf to and inconsiderate of Chattanooga voters" and should be overturned at the ballot box, its chief opponent said Thursday.

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The bus driver who ran over a 6-year-old at Chattanooga Valley Elementary School on Monday will not be charged with a crime, the Georgia State Patrol announced in a news conference.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduating senior Taylor Hall has accepted an invitation to try out for the WNBA's Seattle Storm.

Chattanooga Police report they are seeking two suspects who robbed the McDonald's at 4502 Rossville Blvd. this morning.

Chattanooga on the sick list

Despite its outdoor mecca status, Chattanooga ranked among lowest in nation for well-being

The home to the Ironman competition, the U.S.A. Cycling championships, and the largest downtown climbing complex in the country has also just been named one of the least healthy cities in America.

If Erlanger Health System wants to get back the roughly $22 million it's owed by Hutcheson Medical Center, Erlanger needs to sue in the Georgia state court system -- not federal court, Hutcheson's lawyer says.

Will a patriotic disguise make a proposed cellphone tower palatable for residents of Lookout Mountain, Tenn.?

U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tenn., says there's no way the Chickamauga Lock will get funding this fiscal year, and its fate for the next few years depends on whether a House or Senate version of a bill to reform its funding prevails.

NASHVILLE — Tennessee lawmakers ended their annual session Thursday by passing a flurry of last-minute measures, including a bill aimed at bringing peaceful resolution to many cities' yearslong failure to share liquor taxes with local school systems.

A shooting that happened in broad daylight late Thursday afternoon on the 300 block of North Willow Street has Orchard Knob residents concerned for the safety of their families.

On Thursday, the Chattanooga Housing Authority moved a 37-acre vacant housing site off its books and the city picked up what officials hope will become an economic development catalyst in East Chattanooga.

Catoosa County, Ga., Probate Judge Gene Lowery died Wednesday night at a hospital in Calhoun, Ga., from melanoma, a type of skin cancer that started on his foot and had metastasized, or spread, throughout his body.

PASCAGOULA, Mississippi — Tammy Renee King, a Cleveland, Tenn., woman who showed up on the Mississippi coast several weeks ago, struggles with mental illnesses and has disappeared several times before, her mother said this week.

  • April 18th, 2014  |
  • By By Gulfive.com

The family of the Chattanooga Valley Elementary School student who died when he was struck by a bus this week will host visitors at the W.L. Wilson and Sons Funeral Home today.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Significant shortfalls in local property and sales tax revenues have forced Cleveland City Schools to wrestle with "painful" reductions, including shelving the possibility of a general salary increase, in its 2014-15 budget.

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