No one really expected 30 Whole Foods employees to sign up for the Rock/Creek Stump Jump 50k run when Ken Meyer, vice president of operations at Whole Foods, sent a companywide invitation to join him in the event.
Vickie L. Powell, a 52-year-old Spring City, Tenn. resident, died in a two-car crash on U.S. Highway 27 north of Spring City on Friday afternoon.
There was renewed excitement about bringing Chattanooga-area minorities into the business sphere following the inaugural Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce's Diversify luncheon Wednesday.
A chunk of space rock is likely the object many saw streak across the sky Saturday evening above the greater Chattanooga area.
This was the scene Saturday at Chester Frost Park, where thousands attended the annual Hamilton County Fair.
Raymond Sean Brown, a 44-year-old doctor in Cleveland, Tenn., has been indicted on 35 charges of wire fraud, mail fraud, health care fraud and money laundering after federal prosecutors accused him of racking up $7.5 million in Medicare reimbursements for 17,766 Botox injections he never gave.
Taking an LSD-like hallucinogenic drug landed two Bradley Central High School students in the hospital Thursday afternoon.
The Hemlock woolly adelgid is bad news. It looks innocent enough, easily mistaken for a dandelion puff or a floating piece of cotton.
Sequatchie County Constable David Eugene Broome, 61, was arrested Monday by Tennessee Bureau of Investigation officers after he was indicted on child rape charges by the Sequatchie County Grand Jury.
Landon Robbins was an energetic boy who could eat corn on the cob, one ear after another.
She wants to be back on the waters, where she belongs.
Eight days after four young people were found shot to death on Renegade Mountain in Cumberland County, Tenn., a grand jury indicted two suspects on murder charges.
A Republican who earlier this year threw his hat into the ring to oppose longtime U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., in the August 2014 primary visited Chattanooga on Thursday.
GRAYSVILLE, Tenn. -- In the midst of a Tennessee Bureau of Investigation probe into the Graysville Police Department, city residents are asking for answers and city officials are asking for patience, even as things become tense at City Hall, which was locked two days this week.
On Oct. 12, expect carnival-like conditions in The Block section of Broad Street, between Third Street and Aquarium Way.
David Nielsen and his twin sister Rebecca together tipped the scales at 850 pounds when they bravely agreed to participate on ABC's reality show "Extreme Weight Loss" more than a year ago.
Saturday afternoon, the Humane Educational Society was empty of people.
There was chocolate everywhere. Upstairs. Downstairs. It was something like a Willy Wonka madhouse on Chestnut Street.
Months after leaving prison for arson, fire has landed Timothy Raymon Gill in jail again.
It's no longer as simple as walking into a pharmacy and getting a flu shot. There are options. A lot of options.
Carol Goodman, a McKamey Animal Center board member, was asked to resign Wednesday evening by fellow board members.
A man is dead after a run-in with a Marion County sheriff's deputy early Saturday morning, according to Marion County Sheriff Ronnie "Bo" Burnett.
In the auditorium of the downtown Chattanooga Public Library on Saturday, state and local officials were on the last push to educate Tennessee and Chattanooga-area residents about the Oct. 1 start of sign-ups for the Affordable Care Act.
Not again, with military action against an obscure Middle Eastern dictator.
Unconstitutional. That's what the Freedom From Religion Foundation dubs South Pittsburg High School's "Meet Me at the 50" pregame time of student-led prayer and worship on the school's football field.
And you thought finishing the Ironman triathlon was the hard part.
Ironman Chattanooga spots sold out three minutes after registration opened at noon today.
Imagine the best view of downtown Chattanooga. Now go there.
On the one hand, a clenched rainbow fist: solidarity for gays in Hamilton County.
Just as 40,000 tourists are expected to flock to LaFayette to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War this fall, the city will be opening a welcome center to facilitate inquiries and provide advice on attractions.
Local officials are working with a national organization to ensure culturally diverse residents get a fair shake at success in Chattanooga and the surrounding metro area.
Struggle. Civil War cannons sat yards from smiling Orchard Knob Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders who came up to Lookout Mountain's Point Park on Wednesday to mark the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech.
More than 100 rafters were waiting on the shore for their chance on the river when Marnita McGruder fell out of her raft and died on the Ocoee River on Saturday.
California is an awful long way away, and Kathy Gordon thinks she may never get there in her lifetime.
An Atlanta woman died Saturday on the Ocoee River while rafting with a group, and TVA is looking at the river's flow and height at the time. TVA controls how much water goes into the Ocoee River with three dams, Ocoee 1 Dam, Ocoee 2 Dam and Ocoee 3 Dam.
City leaders in Graysville, Tenn., are responding with silence to allegations by Police Chief Erik Redden that he and Officer Shawn Shelton were suspended as retaliation related to a release of police documents pertaining to a June car chase, not because of missing money.
Niota, Tenn., leaders on Thursday fired two police officers whose trial on charges of official oppression ended with charges dismissed in McMinn County Circuit Court last week.
We're one step closer to living like the Jetsons.
Sure, R2-D2 can pilot a space cruiser and rip the whereabouts of Death Star prisoners from the Imperial mainframe. But can he disinfect a hospital room in five minutes and for only $3?
A brand-new, propane-powered Bluebird school bus went up in a blast of flame Sunday just feet from a propane fueling tank at the U-Haul building on Ringgold Road in East Ridge.
Your taxes just don't cover the costs to educate Hamilton County public school students, Hamilton County PTA spokeswoman Scottie Summerlin said Sunday.
Signs leaving Pigeon Forge say, “Y’all come back now, ya hear!” and chances are, you probably will. In fact, more than 10 million folks do annually.
A Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport traveler faces up to $7,500 in civil penalties for carrying a loaded .357-caliber revolver in a carry-on bag Friday morning. It is the second incident of its kind this year at Chattanooga's airport.
Soddy-Daisy police Officer Ryan Patterson is being moved to the city's public works division after an incident last week in which he followed a woman home.
Nearly 75 percent of 1, 388 Sequatchie County, Tenn., voters said no Tuesday to a $20-per-vehicle, per-year wheel tax.
It hasn't rained this much since President Bill Clinton's first term. And beyond that, finding a year with this much rain from Jan. 1 through Aug. 12 goes back. Way back.
Chattanooga police still are searching for the shooter responsible for wounding a 16-year-old pregnant teen at the East Lake Courts housing development Tuesday morning, Master Patrol Officer Nathan Hartwig said.
Chattanooga police are still searching for a suspect responsible for shooting a 16-year-old pregnant girl at East Lake Court housing projects this morning, said Master Patrol Officer Nathan Hartwig.
Tennessee Democrats think 2014 can be good for them. They hope, at the least, that the Volunteer State will become more purple in its politics, a shift from its deep red tendencies of late.