Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: Step right up. By the end of today, you might turn $2 into $1 million.
WASHINGTON — By Thursday, after a week of fallout from a growing IRS scandal and the Department of Justice's raid on journalists' records, Tennessee's senior senator wasn't the first Republican to link President Barack Obama with President Richard Nixon — he of the enemies list, secret tapes and Watergate.
SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. — When high winds toppled a large tree last month in front of Christ Episcopal Church along Third Street in South Pittsburg, it crushed three cars on its way to the ground.
Under Mayor Andy Berke, crime fighting and public safety in Chattanooga will be a joint effort.
Greenwood Terrace Apartments is pretty nice, as far as public housing goes. It's tucked away on a hill in Eastdale.
David Simonds thought a few splashes of water on his face would help him snap out of it.
As Pink's pop song "Perfect" played, pastors and leaders from several local organizations watched a video of a school-age girl get so distraught at not being accepted that she attempted to take her own life.
A Trenton, Ga., man is hospitalized and two local bondsmen are free on bond after a shooting Thursday on Cherokee Trail in Dade County.
Beneath the calm, spring-fed headwaters in the Barrens Plateau, a bitter battle is being fought.
CHARLESTON, Tenn. — On Friday, the Hiwassee River Heritage Center — the product of the Charleston-Calhoun-Hiwassee Historical Society's two-year journey to create a site dedicated to preserving the region's history and culture — held its grand opening.
Soddy-Daisy's Ivy Academy was one of 64 schools in the nation and among two Tennessee schools to win a Green Ribbon School Award from the U.S. Department of Education this year.
Gov. Bill Haslam has signed into law a bill changing liquor distillery laws and opening the way for Chattanooga Whiskey Co. to begin manufacturing its product in the city it calls home.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation will examine fragments of two plastic bottle bombs found May 9 in a Fort Oglethorpe neighborhood.
A full-scale emergency exercise, including employee evacuation, will take place Wednesday at the Chattanooga Mail Processing and Distribution Center on Shallowford Road.
The Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department is hosting the third annual "Get Out and Go Night" from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Tennessee Riverpark.