"Did you take [the victim] to El Meson?

St. Elmo cyclists moved closer to safer bike lanes and getting more mobility choices Thursday.

As the saga of embattled Chattanooga police officer Karl Fields wears on, questions remain for the pending cases the longtime detective helped bring to court.

Motivational speaker Joe Martin knew how to grab the attention of teachers Wednesday at the Public Education Foundation's 25th anniversary luncheon.

Nearly 300 people have applied to work in the Chattanooga City Council's office -- jobs that will be vacated by Dec. 1.

Area builders are chafing at a proposed city ordinance that would require them to hire acoustical engineers when building homes in or around Chattanooga's Amplified Music District.

A Chattanooga regulatory board reversed its previous decision when city officials pressured the board to pass more stringent requirements to stop raw sewage from flowing into the Tennessee River when it rains.

LYERLY, Ga. — Herbert Morehead couldn't drive past that house at the end of his street without some sort of argument.

City officials sought input from residents Thursday before drafting a five-year plan to spend millions of dollars from HUD for housing and economic development.

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency wants to lead local communities in developing a master plan that makes the traffic-dense Third Street and Riverside Drive areas more pedestrian friendly and connected to the Tennessee Riverpark.

Maurice Jackson Sr. has never been afraid of the police before.

The Chattanooga Public Library's lax rules for travel reimbursement and leave time that the city auditor found led to suspected fraud have been eliminated.

In response to a critical city audit where top Chattanooga Public Library officials were found to have abused travel reimbursement and leave time, the library's governing board will vote today on whether to adopt the city's personnel policies.

An alleged rape victim says Chattanooga police officer Karl Fields pulled her into a men's bathroom, pushed her against a wall and kissed her.

A new partnership has emerged in Chattanooga to help house a "lost population."

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