NASHVILLE — Earlier this week, Ryan Loskarn was near the top of the U.S. Capitol Hill's elite, enjoying the confidence of Republican U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and others as the senator's chief of staff.
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The case of the Ringgold, Ga., man who shot and killed a 17-year-old boy last month remains up in the air.
For years, the Hamilton County school system has used its generous health insurance plan as a recruiting tool, a way to make up for relatively lower teacher wages. And it was easy to sell. With low copayments and hospital visits at only $100, the plan offers nearly incomparable coverage.
NASHVILLE — Two thirds of Tennesseans say in a new survey they back requiring a doctor's prescription to obtain pseudoephedrine-based products like Sudafed if that will combat production of illegal methamphetamine.
Hamilton County Schools will be getting a bit more law and order -- but officials say they could use more.
Collegedale police late Wednesday night fired tear gas into a home on Prospect Church Road and arrested a man who had been in a standoff with officers since that afternoon.
A lively crowd met Gov. Bill Haslam on the courthouse lawn in Pikeville, Tenn., on Wednesday.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke gave a communitywide update Wednesday on his plan to reduce violence in the Scenic City. It occurred at an invitation-only meeting at City Hall.
When the family of Gussie Vann approached local attorney Robin Flores in 2012 to file a federal lawsuit against McMinn County, Tenn., they were three years too late.
Hamilton County Clerk & Master Lee Akers said he will retire at the end of his current term, which ends late next year.
COLUMBUS, Ga. — A Georgia company plans to build a zip line across the Chattahoochee River in the Columbus area.
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.
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.