Lindsay Burkholder is originally from Winston-Salem, N.C. She graduated from Covenant College in May 2012 with a bachelor's degree in English. While at Covenant she spent time writing for and editing the news section of the school newspaper, The Bagpipe. Burkholder also attended the World Journalism Institute in New York City in 2011.
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When Vanessa Thompson walked into the Humane Educational Society shelter on Sunday, she didn't expect she'd be going home with two of the canine residents.
No one would ever guess that the quiet, gray clapboard house on Wimberly Lane was the scene of Tuesday night's possible murder-suicide.
Mother Nature might just steal the show this holiday week.
Six-year-old Kennedi Jones wants to be a veterinarian. But unlike most girls in her age group, and even many adults, Jones already has a resume and cover letter to entice potential veterinary schools.
The Tennessee Judicial Nominating Commission on Thursday selected three names to submit to Gov. Bill Haslam for a recent opening in the Eastern Section of the Court of Criminal Appeals, Eastern Division.
Almost every waterway in America has a story of aquatic monsters lurking in the dark, beneath a river's waves or a lake's surface.
Ellen and John Henry Breland buy a ticket to the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway every year, but never in their wildest dreams did they think they’d actually win.
Chattanooga's finest canines soon will be sporting new life-saving work accessories, the result of a local dog lover's efforts.
A handful of girls stood on the slippery bank of Lookout Creek on Wednesday, clustered around a plastic container full of water, peering down at the many-legged creatures floating inside.