Chattanooga financier and multi-millionaire Franklin Haney is always looking for a deal, and his trademark is making money from Uncle Sam by leasing building space to the federal government, while making use of tax loopholes and credits.
Enough already. How many stories must we read about senseless gun deaths?
For the last few weeks, students at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have been detouring around a street preacher whose stated mission is to save souls, but whose real talent appears to be offending people.
On so many days. our lives feel like the race between success and loss.
Isn’t it amazing and gratifying to see what raised education standards and fun with a purpose can do?
Exactly 150 years ago today, Chattanooga was a pivotal place of history. It was smack in the middle of a three-day Civil War battle that by the end of its final day — tomorrow — would make the city the Union Army’s “Gateway to the Lower South,” signaling the end for the Confederacy.
It's too, too bad the young men on Marion County High School's football team haven't had Coach Eric Taylor as their leader and role model.
American was never quite the same after Nov. 22, 1963.
Preacher woman Angela Cummings -- claiming to be sharing Christ but actually spewing hate: "You adulterers and adulteresses... Lesbo alert, lesbians are on this campus..." -- has freedom of speech. So she has been screaming out her message on the sidewalks of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus.
There's certainly lots of hubris in Washington right now -- even more than usual.
Few days go by without another news story about youths and gun violence, or teens involved in crime.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is making more sense these days — and finally watching ours: Our cents, that is.
What in the world was Marion County assistant football coach and teacher Michael Schmitt thinking if he — as he is accused — vandalized his own team's football field house in the name of inspiring the Warriors in the early morning hours on the day of a Nov. 1 game against their rivals?
Chattanooga has taken a step in the right direction toward fair and equal treatment of its employees.
Just days into the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda, the largest storm of its kind recorded, we’re hearing that more than 10,000 people might have been killed when it blasted the Philippines.