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For Chattanooga police Officer Josh Wright, being in the right place at the right time is one part luck, one part job description and one part character.

Stringent policies on Taser use here are why area law enforcement agencies don't plan to change their training methods in the wake of a recent federal appeals court ruling.

Stringent policies on Taser use here are why area law enforcement agencies don't plan to change their training methods in the wake of a recent federal appeals court ruling.

A man arrested in connection with a robbery and shooting in October was himself shot and killed Saturday, representing the city's first homicide of the year.

Some Chattanooga firefighters noticed people acting suspiciously near their fire station earlier this year and suspected gangs were in the neighborhood.

Chattanooga is on pace to record its fewest traffic fatalities in four years, although pedestrian fatalities in the city have increased during the last year.

The Chattanooga Fire Department soon will join a statewide network of law enforcement agencies and emergency responders on a public safety intelligence network.

Iroquois, a 21/2 year old Labrador retriever, didn't make the cut as a seeing-eye dog.

Lorraine Bond always keeps a blue light in her window in remembrance of her son Donald, a Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department deputy killed in the line of duty in September 2001.

Information obtained by Chattanooga homicide investigators Monday night led to an arrest Tuesday in connection with a double homicide.

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