Christian Devlin, 16, has grown up in Erlanger Health System's operating rooms. He examines X-ray diagrams of the brain for fun and knows everyone behind the stroke unit's thick, gray double doors by name.
• North Chattanooga Council Meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at The INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. A speaker will talk from the Chattanooga Parking Authority. Meetings cost $10.
One of Chattanooga's most public partnerships is going through an acrimonious breakup amid allegations of secret meetings, backroom dealings and accounting misappropriations, court papers show.
Blacksmith’s Bistro & Bar is closing on Market Street in downtown Chattanooga after less than a year at the site, according to the business.
Two days before Thanksgiving, homeowner Bob Smith faced eviction from his St. Elmo house.
After paying $356 to reconnect gas service to heat her home this winter, Stacie Thomas says she doesn't have enough money this month to feed her family.
Parkridge Medical Center's Director of Surgery has been named the Tennessee Hospital Association Healthcare Hero for 2013.
Just in time for all of those Black Friday sales, the Tennessee Valley Authority will pay out $127 million today in performance bonuses to most of its 12,612 employees.
NEW YORK — Never say never.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A federal judge in Arkansas approved a settlement Monday that pays $84.9 million to 5,500 trucking companies who were cheated out of promised rebates by Pilot Flying J, the nation's largest diesel retailer.
One of the first companies to locate at Chattanooga’s Centre South Riverport is closing part of its operations and laying off about 30 people, an official said Monday.
Andrew Kean, the city of Chattanooga's first chief operating officer under Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke, has landed a job in the private sector at Chattanooga Whiskey and the Tennessee Stillhouse.
Companies announced more than 80 clean energy and clean transportation projects in the third quarter of 2013 that together could create more than 15,000 jobs.
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores CEO and President Mike Duke plans to step down Feb. 1. The company says Doug McMillon, head of international operations, will succeed him.