Ellen Conley, of Stone Mountain, Ga., competed in her first full Ironman in Chattanooga on Sunday, and the 23-year-old finished first in her age group and was at the Chattanooga Convention Center on Monday morning to claim her spot in the 2015 Ironman World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
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Thirteen years after protesters stormed the state Capitol over a state income tax that lawmakers were considering, Tennesseans will decide Nov. 4 whether to permanently ban any new state or local personal income or payroll tax in Tennessee.
Hutcheson Medical Center plans to get back into the business of birthing babies.
Wendy Tiech climbed off her bike after riding it for 116 rolling miles in Sunday's Little Debbie Ironman competition.
A grand jury indicted Roden and his wife, Geneva Marie Roden, in August 2011 after a neighbor complained that the couple was abusing James Roden, who was living with them.
A month before her disappearance, a witness testified Monday, Victoria Witherspoon Carr stood on her parents' Duncan Avenue porch and listened to threats tossed out by her husband, Adolphus Hollingsworth.
Terrance Eberhardt couldn't talk Monday afternoon. His mouth was wired shut.
After months of delay, crews began Monday to clear away trees and dig ditches to stop erosion along Riverfront Parkway for the 3-mile Tennessee Riverwalk extension.
The Red Bank police officer who is being investigated by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for his role in a violent April arrest is taking two weeks of earned personal leave, police department Chief Tim Christol said.
NASHVILLE -- Conservative Christian reality TV stars Jim Bobb and Michelle Duggar threw their support behind Amendment 1 on abortion Monday, with Michelle Duggar charging the provision is needed to stop a "baby holocaust" taking place in Tennessee.
Today marks the beginning of a week of Tennessee Valley Pride events leading up to Sunday’s Pride Festival Celebration.
ATLANTA — Prosecutors said Monday that 12 former Atlanta Public Schools educators and administrators cheated, lied and stole as part of a widespread but cleverly disguised conspiracy to inflate state test scores that affected thousands of students.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — An attempt to dismiss a complaint filed by the Bradley County School System against the city of Cleveland in regard to an estimated $800,000 in disputed liquor tax revenues recently was denied in Chancery Court.
Former city of Marietta employees and landlords have been charged with Section 8 housing fraud, according to a news release from the Unites States Attorney Sally Quillian Yates.
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam has released a YouTube video from Afghanistan in which he praises the "huge progress" in that country since his last visit three years ago.