Hannah Smith

Hannah Smith is a staff reporter for the Times Free Press.

She previously worked as a Pulliam Fellow at the Indianapolis Star and as a Middle East news reporter at the Global Post in Boston. She has also spent time in broadcast, interning at Channel 13 WTHR in Indianapolis, and radio, as a reporter for American Student Radio.

Hannah graduated with honors from Indiana University in May with degrees in journalism and Arabic. There she served as a reporter and managing editor at the Indiana Daily Student.

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Thomas "Tom" Dugan, 64, former chief of the Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority, was remembered Friday as a meticulous planner and a strong advocate for public transportation.

North Shore residents and business owners gathered at the Tennessee Small Business Development Center on Wednesday evening for the North Chattanooga Summit II.

At about 1:20 p.m. today, Chattanooga Police officers responded to a shooting at 404 Tunnel Blvd., near Shepherd Hills Apartments, according to a news release from the Chattanooga Police Department.

When a shoplifter tried to get away from the Rock/Creek store on Chattanooga's North Shore, he failed to account for one thing: Employees could run faster and farther than him.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Cullen Fewell, 17, had been preparing for this day for 18 months.

Elizabeth Clark, 23, was brandishing a handgun when officers arrived, and she initially refused to drop her weapon. After numerous commands, she obeyed the officers.

About 50 people attended a meeting Thursday evening to hear the proposed plans for reconstruction of the Interstate 75/Interstate 24 interchange.

Just after 9 a.m. this morning, a crash involving a motorcycle and tractor trailer resulted in the death of Earl Winn, 72, from Winchester.

When Jason Smith was first approached by Mike Fitzpatrick about accepting a new house from the community, he was hesitant.

Nellie Duke, 83, remembers flipping through textbooks in the 1960s and finding footnotes that read, "Does not concern women, idiots or children."

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