A group of about 50 people searched Saturday for solutions to end what they say is police brutality in Chattanooga.
With school bus-related crashes on the rise, Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers are ramping up safety inspections and cracking down on motorists driving aggressively near school bus stops.
The body of a Howard School sophomore was found just beyond the front door of an abandoned house on Carr Street on Tuesday morning.
In response to a video of Chattanooga police officers beating a man, a citizens group organized to stop police brutality is urging residents to use cellphones to document actions of officers and to get the names of officers they encounter.
A citizens group organized to stop police brutality is urging residents to use cell phones to document actions of officers and to get the names of officers they encounter.
In the last few weeks schools have been talking about racial progress.
Two officers who were fired by Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd after brutally beating federal inmate Adam Tatum until his legs were broken could get their jobs back when they go before an administrative law judge.
A microphone attached to a Chattanooga police officer's uniform captured a man's screeches of pain and repeated pleas as he was beaten with a baton until his legs were broken, causing the bone to jut through his skin on one.
Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd called the police beating of federal inmate Adam Tatum one of the worst cases he has seen in his 25-year career.
Public interest in crime, safety and security has been more intense over the last three years in part because the nation has its first black president, Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond said.
A report issued Tuesday shows Tennessee, along with Indiana, leading the nation for the number of teen driving deaths for the first six months of 2012 when compared to the same time in 2011, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association.
Surveillance video released Wednesday afternoon shows two former Chattanooga police officers savagely beating a federal inmate last summer at the Salvation Army on McCallie Avenue.
A former Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce president and CEO will head up the Sheriff's Foundation in hopes of raising $2 million to $3 million to supplement local law enforcement budgets.
A woman accused of cracking her infant niece's skull has been indicted by a Hamilton County grand jury.
The number of men lingering under the awnings of liquor stores and quick marts is dwindling, but Chattanooga Police Investigator Curtis Penney can see a few.
A Hamilton County corrections sergeant who resigned after she was linked to the use of an inmate's food stamps was indicted by the Hamilton County grand jury.
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office deputies are qualifying at the range using only two-thirds the amount of ammunition they normally use, said Sgt. Jody Mays during a presentation to county commissioners on the safety and security meeting.
A total of 20 officers with the Chattanooga Police Department rose through the ranks of the 458-member department last week.
Mass shootings can happen anywhere. Ronald Drake knows this.
As many as 50 staff members from the city’s recreation department began “active shooter” training this morning at the Chattanooga Police Department.
A medical examiner's report says it's unknown how a woman was killed before her body was dismembered and dumped along a creek bank nearly three months ago.
A man whose burned body was found inside an East Chattanooga duplex after firefighters responded to a blaze died from numerous stab wounds and blunt-force trauma, according to a Hamilton County medical examiner's report release
The Hamilton County District Attorney's Office found this week that there was no criminal conduct when Sheriff Jim Hammond gave a woman back a car seized during a drug arrest last year.
The death of a man whose body was found on the kitchen floor of a burning duplex has been ruled a homicide, according to Chattanooga police.
While some people believe crime is a growing problem, local experts in crime and justice issues said Thursday that crime actually has gone down in the last decade.
A 48-year-old legless woman claims she fended off a crowbar attack before turning the weapon on her 73-year-old friend and killing him.
At the request of prosecutors, a Sessions Court judge on Tuesday dismissed a murder charge against one of three men arrested in a Jan. 12 homicide on Swan Road.
A Chattanooga church elder remains in jail on a $900,000 bond facing six counts of rape and six counts of sexual battery by an authority figure.
Erlanger hospital came off a lockdown at about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday after they received a call that there was a man with a gun who ran through the Emergency Room, according to Chattanooga police.
As President Barack Obama continues touting proposals to reduce gun violence, two area sheriffs said they oppose expanded gun control measures.
Chattanooga's gang task force recently completed a draft plan to address growing gang problems by outlining ideas for programs involving schools, nonprofits, churches, local businesses and police.
A Hamilton County medical examiner's report shows a 23-year-old man killed in what witnesses described as a gang-related shooting was shot three times.
A 28-year-old female inmate recently died at Silverdale Correctional Facility, according to sources.
Sirens wailing from fire engines would always draw the children in the Workman household to the front yard or to the windows.
Four rows of mostly young men with buzzed haircuts stand at ease with their hands clasped behind their backs inside a training room on Amnicola Highway. Only one woman stands among them, her hair neatly swept back in a bun.
Two markers with bronze plaques are now part of Fountain Square Park in downtown Chattanooga to honor local fallen firefighters.
A 73-year-old man begged for his life as he was struck repeatedly in the head with a crowbar.
A woman bludgeoned a 73-year-old man to death Saturday night to rob him for drug money, Chattanooga police say.
Though a 2011 study reported more than 100 people were victims of human trafficking in Hamilton County, as of this week a statewide hotline had received 28 phone calls.
Shots rang out on Citico Avenue as 21-year-old Jeremiah Hicks left his mother's home.
Along Interstate 75, women travel with pimps offering sex to anyone who pays.
A Sunday night shooting on Rossville Boulevard marked the seventh of the year for the city and the second on the street in about a week.
The Hamilton County District Attorney's Office will review a case in which Sheriff Jim Hammond reportedly released a vehicle seized during a drug arrest without the state's permission.
When police investigators arrived at the Lakeside Youth Sports Complex last Saturday night, they found an empty Cadillac with the driver's side window shattered and blood splattered on the driver's seat and door.
A man who was acquitted of murdering a prostitute a decade ago now faces a new murder charge in the killing and dismembering of a 48-year-old woman who went missing in November.
Some area lawmen say they can get behind the president's call for universal background checks to curb crime, but are skeptical of banning assault rifles and limiting clip capacity.
The lobby floor of the Salvation Army — where former federal inmates are housed — was mostly covered in blood.
A father of five was shot three times in the back, according to a Hamilton County medical examiner's report released Monday.
A 21-year-old Ringgold, Ga., woman faces a charge of vehicular homicide after she told Chattanooga police investigators she was driving in excess of 100 mph to pick up her sick child when she lost control of her car on Interstate 24.
Family members were still coming to terms Friday with the loss of a father of five gunned down Thursday in an East Chattanooga home.