Recent Stories »
East Tennessee got a lot more colorful on the national seismic hazard map between 2008 and 2014.
The board of directors at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center is asking for professional help with the unsolved mystery of how much money was actually stolen after the Bessie Smith Strut festival in June.
An independent auditing firm will review the financial records of Chattanooga's Bessie Smith Cultural Center over the next six weeks and offer recommendations for how the facility can improve its financial management and controls, according to a news release.
A traffic camera on a busy stretch of Germantown Road between Interstate 24 and Brainerd Road is keeping local mailmen busy.
A Chattanooga man connected to a woman facing federal child pornography charges could face charges of his own, pending the results of a federal investigation and a decision from the U.S. Attorney's Office.
A woman was charged with four counts of child abuse and neglect Monday afternoon after allegedly leaving four children younger than five years old in a hot car outside the Hamilton County Courts building.
A Chattanooga woman was charged Monday with prostitution within 1.5 miles of a school after agreeing to perform sex acts for $275.
It looks like something from a spy movie. But you don't have to be a movie star or a secret agent to use one. And you don't have to be suspected of a crime to be monitored by one.
The man who discovered a strange item that looks like a pen in the Chattanooga Billiards Club bathroom last week suspected from the beginning that it was an electronic device.
Some are white, some black. Some wear orange jumpsuits, others red to signify their status as high-risk offenders. All are shackled around their ankles and have the same jail-issued orange sandals on their feet.