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Jermetrice Watson, like many mothers, wants what's best for her 11-year-old son: a safe home, success in school, good friends. Happiness.
A 26-year-old man who is expected to go to trial next month on DUI charges got inflated blood alcohol results from the state's lab.
A former Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agent fired last year for mishandling a blood alcohol sample only botched results one time out of the couple thousand samples he tested, the state agency said.
Civil rights leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson will be coming to Chattanooga Friday to promote peace and unity throughout the city at a rally — just a day before one of the most prominent neo-Nazi groups in the nation is expected to rally at Hamilton County Courthouse.
As early voting in the May 6 county primary begins in Hamilton County this week, voters will have to choose between sheriff's office patrol Sgt. Chris Harvey, an 18-year department veteran, and incumbent Sheriff Jim Hammond to serve as the county's top law enforcement officer in the May 6 primary.
Four out of 25 men connected to violence now have jobs just one month after Chattanooga city leaders, police and community members said the violence has to end.
A Chattanooga police officer who was fired after he severely beat a federal inmate — but was rehired after being cleared of wrongdoing — has applied to work as a school resource officer at the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office.
A shots-fired call went out to Chattanooga police officers about 2 a.m. Friday, but when police investigated, they found nothing.
A preliminary hearing date has been set in Hamilton County General Sessions Court for May 8 for 19-year-old Derek Morse.