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."

An environmental assessment of the joint Chattanooga-Hamilton County firing range on Moccasin Bend indicates that the nearly 40 years of spent bullets at the site may be causing lead-laden surface water to flow into the Tennessee River.

The charges were dropped as easily as the cards were shuffled and dealt in August.

The director of the Bessie Smith Cultural Center, who was in charge of the Bessie Smith Strut when tens of thousands of dollars in uncounted cash from the event was stolen, is out, officials confirmed Wednesday evening.

Chattanooga firefighters stood at the Washington Hills Youth and Family Development parking lot entrance Tuesday night inviting people to tour their firetruck.

Of 358 complaints lodged with the Chattanooga Police Department's internal affairs division by residents and officers during the last five years, just 47 resulted in officers being found guilty of misconduct.

Downtown Chattanooga bars and music venues that want to bring in loud concerts or crank up their music outside will have to pay at least $1,750 to apply for a city sound permit.

Officials hope a third attempt to pass a controversial piece of legislation to regulate Chattanooga's for-profit animal industry will pass.

A children’s hospital should be the most important building in a city.

A Jan. 7 text on former Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd's phone from a top mayoral aide said the retiring chief and his top staff could keep $2,500 worth of city iPads.

For fear of getting sued, the Chattanooga Public Library's board moved to give four weeks of back pay to a former top staffer who resigned following a critical audit.

Upset local leaders packed the Chattanooga Housing Authority's board room this week to plead with the agency not to vacate its two largest public housing sites without a plan for where residents will live.

A city audit found that retired Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd and some of his command staff kept $2,500 worth of city-owned iPads when they retired.

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