NASHVILLE — Opponents of the proposed Tennessee constitutional amendment on abortion have outspent supporters this month by more than 3-to-1, according to new financial disclosures.
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The weather forecast for Halloween was scary enough, but the buzz about the chance for snow today is downright frightening.
They're not done yet.
Despite a slow start, early voting in Hamilton County picked up by the end.
More Tennessee high school seniors are graduating, and they’re doing better on the ACT test.
A local faith leader says violence develops from a bigger problem.
CHARLESTON, Tenn. — Bradley County leaders would like the state to make safety improvements at the Walker Valley Road intersection with Lauderdale Memorial Highway, part of the State Route 308 corridor.
A hearing for the man accused of abusing a kitten and burning it so severely that it died has been rescheduled.
At five minutes before 3 p.m. Thursday, only a handful of people milled around the meeting room where gang members hoped to talk about ways to stop the violence in Chattanooga.
A LaFayette, Ga., man died Thursday morning in a fire that has been ruled accidental, according to a news release from state Insurance and Safety Commissioner Ralph Hudgens.
The high school graduation rate has improved for the third year in a row at Georgia’s public schools, climbing to 72.5 percent, the Georgia Department of Education announced Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Tennessee's highway director has delayed $400 million in road projects until fiscal 2016 because of uncertainty over future federal funding.
NASHVILLE — With a week to go until Election Day, Democrat Lenda Sherrell on Tuesday released a new television ad that seeks to counter Republican U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais’ efforts to link her to President Barack Obama and also challenges the congressman to “come clean” about his voting record.
Gang members are stepping into the anti-violence dialogue in Chattanooga today — days after three people were killed and seven were injured by a spate of gun violence throughout the city.
NASHVILLE — The most hard-fought of four constitutional amendments on the Tennessee ballot Tuesday pits two red state values against each other: disapproval of abortion and dislike of big government. And a new poll released Wednesday found the outcome is too close to call.