Herbert "Buzz" Franklin, district attorney for the Lookout Mountain (Ga.) Judicial Circuit, needs to reconsider his decision not to prosecute a man who killed an unarmed Alzheimer's patient in north Georgia.
There’s a serial killer in Chattanooga.
It's time for Tennessee to stop playing partisan games with the Affordable Care Act because our red-state lawmakers don't like the president and the party he represents.
A truly nutty bill is scheduled to be considered today in committees of the Tennessee General Assembly.
When Emma Goldman said "there is no hope that women, with [their] right to vote, will purify politics," she was not talking about 21st-century candidates, but there are some in 2014 who fit the bill:
More than 150 years after battles in and around Chattanooga, and four-to-six months since the sesquicentennial of those battles, the Civil War continues to make its mark on the consciousness of the Scenic City.
Tennessee lawmakers are a few curlicues away from requiring all public school kids to learn how to read and write in cursive.
I’ve been thinking about America as the “land of opportunity” quite a bit lately. Whether I’ve been on the treadmill, in the shower or driving around town, my mind keeps going back to that topic — probably more often than is healthy.
Last week, a few mayors and Tennessee state legislators, a group of think tank leaders and a contingent of press met in a room at Tennessee's Legislative Plaza to mark the "beginning of the end of Tennessee's income tax."
Five years ago, David Meek died while riding his bike.
How many retreating lines in the sand will Obama draw before Putin invades the Ukraine. Ask Syria? Where is Reagan when we need him most?
How dare VW try to run its business the way it sees fit without political interference! Who do they think they are?
Speaker Beth Harwell said the Tennessee Legislature is pro Second Amendment. Then why can't I carry a gun into the buildings where the legislators work?
In response to the March 2 letter “What would Jesus do?” I find it ironic that the writer selected a somewhat nebulous verse, Luke 22:36-38, to support advocacy for gun ownership and the use of force.
While we experienced a minimum of inconvenience during the initial phases of the project to widen and improve U.S. Highway 27, recent changes to the exit for Signal Mountain and Dayton Boulevard have created significant delays for our residents.
Author Jimmy Jones, an active cavalry officer as well as a professional genealogist, served two tours of duty in the 6th U.S. Cavalry.
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