A dozen local residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury in an alleged crack-cocaine conspiracy that ran from at least January 2012 through May 2013.
The legal morass sparked by the beating of a federal inmate at the hands of two Chattanooga police officers has stretched over nearly a year, but city officials hope to end it by Jan. 1.
The city of Chattanooga has settled a federal lawsuit brought by a man who was beaten by two police officers for $125,000.
A 20-year-old Soddy-Daisy man will be in his 50s before he sees freedom again.
Keith Lee Stewart has pleaded guilty in the 2012 murder of Casey Burgiss, 24, in Soddy-Daisy.
The number of medical malpractice lawsuits filed in Tennessee each year has fallen by 36 percent since reforms went into effect five years ago.
The first of two brothers charged in federal court with selling meth-making chemicals out of the Brainerd Army Store spent more time awaiting trial than he will in prison.
A Jasper, Tenn., doctor faces 14 federal counts of illegally prescribing pain pills out of his women's clinic over the past three years.
She served four years in the U.S. Army and went back to civilian life in the early 1980s.
A man who faces federal charges that he sold meth-making supplies out of the Brainerd Army Store could see his brother testify against him.
Prosecutors are dropping murder and robbery charges against a 35-year-old Chattanooga man after DNA taken from bloody clothing was linked to another man.
What you don't know can't only harm you. It can cost you thousands of dollars. Volunteer attorneys with Legal Aid of East Tennessee are offering some help.
Dominique Greer wanted money for a mix tape.
A jury found Dominique Greer guilty in the July 21, 2010 shooting death of Darrian Moore.
On the land beneath McCallie School a battle raged 150 years ago this month.
The black-and-white photograph shows a recently widowed first lady, holding the hand of her dead husband's brother as the president's casket is loaded into a hearse.
Darrian Moore was the perfect target, because he had a job and saved his money.
The retrial of a 21-year-old Chattanooga man charged in the 2010 robbery-turned-murder of a Harrison man began this morning in Hamilton County Criminal Court Judge Rebecca Stern's courtroom.
A 35-year-old Chattanooga man faces a possible indictment after a preliminary hearing for his murder charge this morning.
In the darkened courtroom, a projector flashed mugshots of gaunt, angry faces on the screen, followed by a picture of the same person, smiling and healthy.
An independent study of the need for judges in Tennessee was created to get politics out of the process of creating judge positions. But it might take a dose of politics to actually add judges in the Volunteer State.
Eighteen months after federal agents raided two pain management clinics run by local Dr. Ihassan al-Amin and charged him in 105 counts involving drugs, money laundering, tax evasion and weapons, the doctor pleaded guilty Thursday.
It was the victim’s words that convicted his killer.
After five hours deliberation a jury has found Kaylon Bailey guilty in January 2012 the murder of Kima Evans.
Dr. Ihassan Al-Amin has pleaded guilty in federal court to three of the 105 counts against him alleging illegal pain pill prescribing and tax evasion.
A Chattanooga police detective talking about seized cellphone records and a TBI investigator explaining fingerprint analysis were among several evidence witnesses in the second day of Kaylon Bailey's retrial on murder charges.
It wasn’t until the 96 potential jurors entered Hamilton County Criminal Court Judge Rebecca Stern’s courtroom Tuesday morning that they learned some of them wouldn’t be sleeping at home for the next few days.
It had been two decades since Bill Norton returned from Vietnam.
Reckless driving and speeding charges were dismissed against a 22-year-old Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder -- and former Chattanooga Lookout -- who was a finalist for Rookie of the Year this past season.
Charges were dismissed against a 22-year-old right fielder who was a finalist for Rookie of the Year this past season but first arrested for speeding and reckless driving in April.
The co-defendant of a man who received life in prison for a 2011 murder has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge and already is eligible for parole.
This morning a 24-year-old Chattanooga man pleaded guilty to helping his co-defendant murder another man in 2011.
Flanked by local police, federal investigators and federal prosecutors, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke stood in the U.S. Attorney's Office here Monday and revealed a preview of the federal-local partnership he hopes will put the city's most violent criminals in prison.
The U.S. Attorney's Office today announced results of a major, multi-year investigation involving 32 local suspects charged with offenses involving cocaine and crack cocaine.
A laborer who killed a 70-year-old East Ridge woman by suffocating her in her Hardin Drive home in 2011 has been sentenced to life in prison for the crime.
A laborer who murdered a 70-year-old East Ridge woman by suffocating her in her Hardin Drive home in 2011 has been sentenced to life in prison for the crime.
More than two years after two gunshots killed Darrius Townsend, the teenage boy charged in his shooting has pleaded guilty.
Even with signs of movement in Washington among the forces driving the federal government shutdown, millions of military veterans worry about the pension, disability and education benefits they depend on.
The jury foreman stood, holding a piece of paper in his hands.
Kevin Chitty was found not guilty of attempted second degree murder and aggravated assault charges today.
The mechanical hiss of a ventilator underscored every word of Jerry Martin's testimony Thursday.
A man charged in the 2012 slaying of a Red Bank businessman has pleaded guilty.
First it was Civil War fighting come to life on a mock battlefield in North Georgia.
A controversial military detainee holding facility in Cuba conjures images of hooded men in shackles and has been a flashpoint for debate about the U.S.-led war on terror.
Did Kevin Chitty believe that Jerry Martin had a gun?
Patrick Carmody wants to go to trial, just not with his co-defendant.
She first swore allegiance to the British as a little girl while living in the city of Visakhapatnam, south of Calcutta, India.
There were many recollections, stories, anecdotes and likely yarns shared in the standing-room-only courtroom for Hamilton County General Sessions Judge Ronald Durby's portrait unveiling ceremony Wednesday.
After 15 years on the Hamilton County Circuit Court bench, Judge Jacqueline Schulten Bolton has announced she will not seek re-election next year.
Hamilton County Circuit Court Judge Jacqueline Schulten Bolton announced today that she will not seek re-election to her post next year.