A woman who claimed in court documents that her doctor husband tried to poison her has reached a settlement and dropped the protective order against him.
One of them worked with the U.S. Army in Baghdad. One arrived here as a 12-year-old boy, the voices of his classmates indecipherable. One traveled across the Pacific Ocean, met a man and married.
Former Tennessee Walking Horse trainer Jackie McConnell has been indicted by a Fayette County grand jury on 22 counts of animal cruelty related to alleged horse soring actions.
On Jan. 9, 2010, Jackie Campbell was stopped while driving from his Atlanta home and into Chattanooga. Police searched his car and found 170 grams of crack cocaine.
A combination of statistics, computer confusion and lack of communication slapped attorneys in a federal health care fraud case in the face Tuesday when they met with the federal judge handling trial preparations.
The 43-year-old mother of a toddler began her second trial on charges she attempted to smother her son while he was being treated for digestive problems at Erlanger hospital.
A woman who faces first-degree murder charges in connection with the 2011 stabbing death of a 15-year-old girl has a new lawyer and hearing date.
A 39-year-old Chattanooga man saw charges of attempted murder in two separate incidents sent to the grand jury after a hearing Tuesday.
Multiple witnesses testified in Sessions Court this morning that Celvin “Squeaky” Houston told them he’d shot someone after two separate incidents in March.
Nadine Turchin came from Russian royalty but understood the ways of war.
After more than 10 hours of deliberation, a jury in the murder trial of Temekia Reed was stuck 10 to 2.
A hung jury in Hamilton County Criminal Court late today resulted in Judge Rebecca Stern declaring a mistrial.
Nail bombs coated in rat poison.
Lanita "Pumkin" Wells testified matter-of-factly Wednesday that she and her nieces were in College Hill Courts on Dec. 19, 2011, to buy marijuana.
Frame by frame, a street fight unfolds on the screen before the jury.
The murder trial of a 25-year-old Chattanooga woman began this morning in the 2011 stabbing death of a 15-year-old girl.
A Chatsworth, Ga., man is suing Bryan College and the National Association of Christian Athletes for $20 million, alleging he snapped his spine and became a paraplegic while on an unsafe obstacle course the association operated near Dayton, Tenn.
A 31-year-old Chattanooga man was sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison Monday for crack cocaine sales.
The DeLong Military Reservation on North Crest Road in Missionary Ridge will remain closed while park rangers investigate and repair two vandalized Civil War-era cannons.
Two Civil War-era cannons inside a local federal park reservation have been vandalized and the area is closed pending a federal investigation.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has upheld a conviction and 18-year prison sentence for a 37-year-old Chattanooga man in a kidnapping case dating to 1998.
$500,000 racial profiling lawsuit filed
A 47-year-old Dalton, Ga., man has filed a $500,000 lawsuit against Chattanooga and its police department, alleging racial profiling in an arrest last year.
An email between an attorney and his client, sent by mistake to prosecutors as part of preparations for an April 8 federal fraud trial, nearly scrapped the entire investigation Monday.
In April 1862 two dozen Union soldiers disguised as civilians had infiltrated Confederate lines and made it to Marietta, Ga.
Today marks a half-century since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that poor people charged with felony crimes had a right to an attorney.
Jesse Mathews lives alone in a cell 23 hours a day at West Tennessee State Penitentiary in Henning, Tenn.
Shannon Ory's trial played out like the plot of a Lifetime movie, complete with a threatened mistress and allegations that he plotted to kill his wife himself, then tried to hire it done.
Waiting for her soldier at Chattanooga's National Guard Armory on Thursday, Ramanda Dennison said the past year has been a "roller coaster."
Lawyers expect jurors today will receive the case against a man charged with trying to kidnap and kill his ex-wife.
A 33-year-old Chattanooga man who was shot when he pointed a weapon toward a police officer in a 2012 gambling raid and was later charged with attempted murder had a separate rape charge dismissed Thursday.
Fifty soldiers returned to the Chattanooga Armory this afternoon after a one-year deployment across the Middle East.
A 33-year-old Chattanooga man charged with attempted murder and shot when he pointed a weapon toward a police officer in a 2012 gambling raid had a separate rape charge dismissed today.
A local woman who worked for the Chattanooga branch of Southern Credit Union will have to serve 15 months in prison and pay back nearly $400,000 she stole while working there.
A new study showing that fewer states are locking up juveniles also reports that Tennessee's rate of youth incarceration has dropped 66 percent, the most of any state.
Kenardo Curry walked out of Criminal Court on Wednesday with tears of joy in his eyes.
Shannon Ory's former mistress testified Wednesday he told her he had tried to kill his wife and then threatened her to make sure she didn't tell anyone.
Kenardo Curry was found not guilty of theft and official misconduct today.
Chattanooga's city auditor spent nearly the entire day Tuesday testifying in the theft and official misconduct trial of former Neighborhood Services Director Kenardo Curry.
The ex-wife of a Louisiana man recalled brutal details of an alleged vicious assault in Hamilton County by her former husband during his trial Tuesday on attempted murder and kidnapping charges.
A theft and official misconduct trial began this morning for former Chattanooga Neighborhood Services Director Kenardo Curry.
A 44-year-old Louisiana man is on trial for charges he first tried to kidnap his estranged wife then tried to hire a fellow inmate to kill her while in the Hamilton County Jail.
SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. — The federal gambling charge that former South Pittsburg Mayor Mike Killian agreed to plead guilty to this week is rare in eastern Tennessee and highlights how Killian's government position likely contributed to FBI scrutiny.
A federal appeals court will hear arguments on April 24 on whether the Hamilton County commissioners must stop allowing invocations at public meetings.
Former South Pittsburg Mayor Mike Killian has a court date scheduled related to his plea agreement to gambling charges.
A local Tennessee Army National Guard unit will return to Chattanooga on March 6.
Charges of public intoxication and underage drinking against the son of a local judge were forwarded to a Hamilton County grand jury Wednesday.
A 31-year-old Atlanta man arrested here in January on sex trafficking charges pleaded not guilty Wednesday in federal court.
A 45-year-old Meigs County, Tenn., man was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison on federal charges of methamphetamine manufacture.
Resisting arrest charges against the son of a local city court judge were dismissed in a hearing this afternoon, but his charges of public intoxication and underage drinking were sent to the grand jury.
A 31-year-old Atlanta man pleaded not guilty in federal court today to charges he transported a Maryland woman to two states for prostitution.