Work continued as the initial construction on the new Sharrock family home began to take shape Tuesday.

The Sharrock family home was torn down Monday, starting the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition building process.

Despite struggling through the daily challenges of cerebral palsy, Jeanice and Clifford Seab share a love so strong they've been together nearly 30 years.

ABC's hit reality show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" chose a Rossville, Ga., family for their latest episode.

Watch an unedited video of the Sharrock family speaking to the media during a news conference Sunday.

Tennessee Valley residents awoke to between 1-3 inches of snow throughout the region Thursday.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football coach Russ Huesman talks about recruiting his son to the team.

The Chattanooga Research Institute held a summit highlighting the region's research-oriented resources and infrastructure that could make the city a hub in the field of computational biology.

Hundreds attended the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition pep rally at the Chattanoogan hotel Thursday. The ceremonial "door knock" will take place on Feb. 13, to kick off the show's taping in the Chattanooga area.

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency held a news conference Thursday after arresting Chuck Hurd, a "major player in the transportation and importation of poisonous snakes into the state of Tennessee."

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrated their new football commitments with a National Signing Day party for Mocs fans at the Stadium Club on Wednesday.

The Atlanta Braves caravan, including Rhea County native Cory Gearrin, visited Academy Sports+Outdoors at Hamilton Place on Tuesday.

Frank Fischer, CEO of Volkswagen's Chattanooga operations, explained the current status of VW's plant operations during a news conference Monday.

Grundy Co. schools are trying to find a solution for their aging schools while tax revenues are low.

The Consumer Healthcare Products Association is lobbying to launch the NPLEx system. The system is a real-time electronic monitor used by pharmacies and law enforcement agencies to track sales of cold medicine containing pseudoephedrine. Meanwhile, members of the Tennessee Meth Task Force are hoping to make pseudoephedrine a prescription-only controlled substance.

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