Tim Omarzu covers Catoosa and Walker counties for the Times Free Press.
Omarzu is a longtime journalist who has worked as a reporter and editor at daily and weekly newspapers in Michigan, Nevada and California.
Stories he's covered include crime in blighted parts of metro Detroit and Reno, Nev.; environmental activists tree-sitting in California's Sierra Nevada foothills; attempts by the Michigan Militia to take over a township¹s government in northern Michigan.
A native of Michigan, Omarzu graduated from the University of Michigan with bachelor's degree in English. Omarzu comes to Chattanooga from Sonoma Valley, which is in California's Wine Country, just west of Napa.
Contact Tim Omarzu at firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-757-6651.
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When thousands descend on Ringgold, Ga., on Memorial Day weekend for the annual 1890s Day Jamboree, a drone may fly overhead taking video of the crowd below.
When Georgia’s primary election rolls around on May 20, Catoosa County residents can choose which Republican candidates they’d like to elect.
Kisha Caldwell got something she wasn't expecting Thursday morning.
James Gaines won't serve any time for causing a Jan. 23 lockdown on the campus of Southern Adventist University after he joked that he might have to "strap a bomb on me" and "put a gun to their head" to get the transcript he needed from Southern.
A bobble-headed little fluff ball in Rome, Ga., is capturing hearts around the world.
A portion of the gasoline tax that Georgia drivers pay at the pump is coming back to area communities in the form of local road improvements.
Doppler radar is an invaluable tool for weather forecasters. It allows them to see into storms to tell where precipitation is forming — rain, snow, sleet and hail — and whether clouds are rotating in just the right way to form tornadoes.
Tanya McClendon hasn't had much fun traveling on U.S. Highway 27 recently because of construction work just north of downtown Chattanooga.
LaFAYETTE, Ga. — The Chattanooga Street Tavern can serve beer and wine again — at least until May 9.