RISING FAWN, Ga. — Retired elementary school teacher Etna James wasn't too concerned Friday afternoon about a brush fire burning hundreds of acres in the woods near her Lookout Mountain home.
Ellie Shadrick presented her class project about domestic violence at the Partnership Crisis Resource Center and then started to cry. She didn’t just read about violence, the 18-year-old Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences senior lived it for 14 years.
Tennessee lawmakers can dust off the electric chair, if they want.
The two remaining candidates for an open judge seat in Hamilton County Circuit Court each bring decades of legal experience to the race.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Bradley County Board of Education has authorized its legal counsel to take action over more than $720,000 in previously distributed liquor tax revenues that the body says Cleveland owes the county school system.
A Dalton convenience store clerk's killer plunged a knife into him when he was not looking, according to a preliminary autopsy.
NASHVILLE — A federal judge ordered the state of Tennessee on Friday to recognize the marriages of three same-sex couples while their lawsuit against the state works its way through the court system.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Chief Deputy Wayne Bird of the Bradley County Sheriff's Office "has been stricken suddenly with a critical illness" and will immediately take leave of his position, Sheriff Jim Ruth announced Friday.
A Cumberland County judge has set a $1 million bond for one of two people accused in the September 2013 slayings of three teens and an adult in an area called Renegade Mountain.
JASPER, Tenn. — Recommendations for appointments to the Marion County Planning Commission caused an extended squabble last week among County Commission members.
A federal judge says that Tennessee must recognize the marriages of three same-sex couples while their lawsuit against the state works its way through the court system.
The State Attorney General says Tennessee can lawfully use the electric chair on death row inmates if drugs used for lethal injection are not available.
The good old days when teenagers worked and developed useful life skills are more than just a figment of grandpa's nostalgic imagination — especially in Chattanooga.
Every TV news crew in Chattanooga set up cameras at City Hall in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., the afternoon of Oct. 30, 2013, when Mayor Lynn Long called an emergency meeting to decry footage his political opponents used on a public access cable TV show.
Posting another person's naked pictures online is a signature away from becoming illegal in Georgia, though some experts say the new law is flawed.