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JASPER, Tenn. — City leaders' attempt to sell some surplus property on Anderson Ridge has become somewhat muddled recently.

A shooting was reported near the Bi-Lo on Brainerd Road at about 8:50 p.m. Friday night.

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. — A cleanup contractor at Oak Ridge National Laboratory says an old research reactor pool has a small leak, but that there's no radiation threat.

For the first time in more than a decade, the Chattanooga Housing Authority has updated its emergency operations plan.

Two men in red Ace Hardware T-shirts stood on ladders on opposite sides of a building, one drilling holes to anchor a board and the other nailing hangers.

You can visit a lot of ship museums across the country — battleships, submarines, destroyers.

Bessie Smith Cultural Center officials had no idea how much cash was coming in or going out during this year's Bessie Smith Strut, according to an independent audit that investigated the theft of tens of thousands of dollars after the annual blues-and-barbecue party.

As the sun was rising on the morning of 9/11, four members of the Vietnam Veterans Association Chapter 203 met and hung a large American flag from the overpass at the ridge cut on Interstate 24.

Doctors at Children's Hospital suspected Dakota Eldridge was abusing his infant son days before he was charged with attempted murder, a child protection specialist testified Thursday.

A federal appeals court judge on Thursday called for an overhaul of federal sentencing rules after upholding the 15-year prison term of a Hixson man convicted of possessing seven shotgun shells.

NASHVILLE — Tennessee's Supreme Court will name its pick for state attorney general on Monday, the office announced late Thursday afternoon, while the state's lieutenant governor and a former Knoxville mayor complained that the process lacks transparency.

With elections behind them, sitting Hamilton County commissioners have started pledging discretionary funds to various projects, but the two newest commissioners need some time before the money starts flowing.

  • Sept. 12th, 2014  |
  • By Staff Writer

A trial date has been set for the couple charged in the August 2013 death of 5-year-old Spring City, Tenn., boy Landon Robbins.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — With four new board members, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County has been meeting weekly to overhaul the organization's no-kill shelter operations.

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