Five-year Highland Park resident Joseph Stephens ambled up to a group of kids playing basketball on the side of South Holly Street, grabbed the ball and threw up a shot.

Twenty years after saving the Walnut Street Bridge, community leaders say the 2,376-foot-long connector from the North Shore to downtown needs to be repainted, its rotting boards replaced and lights fixed.

A Chattanooga police lieutenant has filed a lawsuit against the Hamilton County Election Commission after it approved a wording change on a referendum that asks voters if they will allow city employees with domestic partners to have the same benefits as married couples.

A soon-to-be master's graduate, a veteran pastor, the head of a long-term counseling firm and the director of an established faith-based nonprofit all want to be the new face of Mayor Andy Berke's initiative to reduce shootings and killings.

Ronald Glass calls about jobs, but never gets a response.

A pair of homicides Wednesday in Chattanooga brought the city to within one shooting death of its 2013 total.

With the passage of its $216 million operating budget Tuesday night, Chattanooga is one step closer to allowing glass inside curbside recycling bins.

Panicked callers clogged Chattanooga's 311 help lines on Tuesday after the city announced a crackdown on the approximately one in three ratepayers who haven't paid their sewer bills.

So many doughnuts were delivered to the City Council that if each were stacked atop the other they would have towered some 67 feet high.

Four organizations are vying for the position to lead the community piece of Mayor Andy Berke’s crime fighting plan to reduce shootings and killings in Chattanooga.

Hollie Berry was hoping for triple digits — a one followed by a couple of doughnut holes.

The once bright-red jungle gym is now a faded light pink, splotched by rust.

The doughnuts are safe — for now.

Public backlash is rising after a city inspector told a bakery owner that the flying doughnuts she paid $11,000 to have painted on a dilapidated building constitute an illegal advertisement and must go.

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