Officials from the Department of Health and Human Services say they're launching a training program to improve services offered to human trafficking victims. More>>
An Atlanta motorist says she feels lucky to be alive after a sledgehammer flew through her window on one of Georgia's busiest freeways. More>>
A possible Ebola scare briefly closed a Charlotte, North Carolina-area emergency room. It turns out the patient almost certainly didn’t have anything infectious, but had a history of travel to a country with an infectious disease. More>>
Officials in Hamilton County will hold a dedication ceremony in honor of a firefighter who lost his life in the line of duty.
State transportation officials say they're planning to suspend road work near shopping centers to accommodate Georgians looking to save money during the upcoming tax holiday period. More>>
Quarterback battles and signal-caller questions abound in the Southeastern Conference going into preseason camps. More>>
The House of Representatives approved funding for an expansion to the Chattanooga VA clinic.
J.Crew, which last week announced that it also plans to open a factory store in East Brainerd, will occupy 4,800 square feet directly across from the Tupelo Honey restaurant at Warehouse Row. Anthropologie will fill 11,000 square feet on the north end of the first floor. More>>
Around 40 employers will take part in a summer job fair in McMinn County. More>>
We will enjoy another comfortable day overall, but today marks a transitional period for our weather as well. More>>
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States allow purchases (with limitations) without collecting sales tax, easing the financial burden of parents. More>>
East Ridge fire officials are making sure a child, whose school supplies were stolen, is ready to head to school.
Needy students in Rhea County will be given all the supplies they need to start the new school yea, but with the boom of people needing the assistance organizers tell us they won't have enough and need more donations. More>>
A dog found with a bloated abdomen and her bones showing is enjoying the attention and care from staff and volunteers at the McKamey Animal Center. More>>
Police seek McDonald's customer who picked up and kept $400 dropped on a restaurant floor after a manager dropped it.
If you need to do some back-to-school shopping this is the weekend to do it.It's tax-free weekend for both Tennessee and Georgia. More>>
It was a violent, armed, home invasion in Catoosa County. Help solve this case and earn a Crime Stoppers cash reward.
Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, has been ranked the most affordable Christian college in the nation. More>>
Time is running out on the push to let voters decide if wine should be sold at local supermarkets. More>>
Popular California eatery says they'll no longer serve children, saying they're hurting business. More>>
The world is watching the Ebola virus. In fact, the CDC is calling it the largest outbreak in history. But what is it? More>>
A long-time family-owned grocery store in Dalton is closing its doors for good.
A telephone scam that started in McMinn County has now spread to neighboring communities. Hear how those responsible are targeting their victims and what police want the public to know. More>>
EPB Fiber Optics is offering the community exclusive live broadcast coverage of the Chattanooga Football Club in its final battle for the National Premier Soccer League National Championship. More>>
South Carolina officials are looking for a person they say tried to use a drone to sneak cellphones and other contraband into a maximum-security prison. More>>
Friends of a Cleveland woman are trying to rally support after her home burned down. The recent widow didn't have insurance and everything she owns is gone. More>>
After a long and courageous battle with cancer, Joy Wright passed away Monday afternoon.
A multimillion dollar, mixed-use site will be developed near the Atlanta Braves' new suburban ballpark. More>>
The House is expected to approve a resolution later Wednesday to authorize a lawsuit against the president for what Republicans call his overstepping of executive authority. More>>
When a neighbor came to check on people after the storms, he found items that had been stolen from him. More>>
In the 2011-2014 sedans, the shift cable may disconnect, allowing the car to roll away after parking or preventing it from being shifted out of park. The maker received nearly 1,200 warranty claims due to the problem. More>>
The Chattanooga Gas Company has crews on site working to determine the source of the leak. More>>
Authorities say a 42-year-old woman is hospitalized after she was found badly beaten on the Silver Comet Trail northwest of Atlanta. More>>
Math scores were up 2 percent for Algebra I and 2.3 percent for Algebra II. Biology 1 ticked up 0.6 percent and U.S. history declined by 0.5 percent. More>>
A paralyzed puppy gets a second chance at life when a caring community steps forward.
Fatal truck accidents happen nearly 11 times every single day in this country on average, and killing nearly 4,000 people each year, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. More>>
A 22-year-old man is recovering from a gunshot wound to the knee. More>>
After a dismal winter, the U.S. economy sprang back to life in the April-June quarter, growing at a fast 4% annual rate on the strength of higher consumer and business spending. More>>
Only one small vehicle tested in a new round of "overlap front crash" tests achieved a "Good" rating.
Pronounced uss-ee, rhymes with fussy."Usies are a growing trend that I think have far more social value than selfies," said Michal Ann Strahilevitz, a professor of marketing at Golden Gate University. More>>
Stop sunbathing and using indoor tanning beds, the acting U.S. surgeon general warned in a report that cites an alarming 200 percent jump in deadly melanoma cases since 1973.
Sea monsters may exist only in the imagination, but a Massachusetts couple wants to make them part of their names More>>
They’re calling her a real-life Rapunzel, but this 6-year-old girl's long blond locks aren't trapped in a tower — they're going to help kids with cancer. More>>
Police say four kids are facing charges for robbing an ice cream truck and firing a BB gun at the owner.
If you find yourself caught in a thunderstorm, is there anything you can do to stay safe?
Members of Luke Bryan’s Fan Club will be able to buy advance tickets to the Greenback show. More>>
FedEx Corp. is sending 138 drivers to the National Truck Driving Championships. More>>
After Whitfield County, Ga., deputies used a stun gun on a man on the run Monday morning, his accuser said she exaggerated her claims against him.
A movie theater chain says it is reviewing complaints after its Augusta theater showed scenes from the R-rated film "Sex Tape" instead of the children's movie "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" in a summer movie program for... More>>
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After a pleasantly cool start, we have another chamber of commerce day ahead. High pressure will settle over the Tennessee Valley, keeping highs in the low to mid 80s under mostly sunny skies. More>>
Incumbent Senator Lamar Alexander is met by supporters and a group backing the man believed to be his main Primary opponent at Chattanooga stop.
City Council members heard from people on both sides of the proposed sound ordinance Tuesday. Some citizens and business owners want some things clarified in the new ordinance while others are asking for the entertainment district to be expanded.
A high-tech shoe company out of San Diego is packing up shop in the golden state and moving to Chattanooga to grow with the gig city. More>>
Law enforcement and rescuers of sex slaves report that because of a saturation of human trafficking in the deep South, more human traffickers are bringing young girls to Middle Tennessee. More>>
A Henderson County judge ruled Tuesday there was enough evidence to send a case against a man believed to have a video of Holly Bobo to the grand jury. More>>
More than 35 percent of Americans have debts and unpaid bills that have been reported to collection agencies, according to a study released Tuesday by the Urban Institute. More>>
Several food writers, including a New York Times reporter, have been subpoenaed as part of a company's $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit against ABC related to the network's coverage of a meat product derided as "pink slime."
A native of Soddy Daisy has been named Assistant to the State Director for U. S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development. More>>
Drug overdoses are once again the leading cause of death in Tennessee, but the state Health Department is hoping a new law will reverse that trend. More>>
The last surviving member of the crew that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima has died in Georgia. More>>
The Georgia State Patrol (GSP) is searching for a suspect responsible for three accidents Monday in Murray County.
Officials say a broken water pipe that is flooding parts of the UCLA campus will take hours to turn off. More>>
When is the last time you signed a contract? Months ago, years ago, never? You may have signed one, without even knowing it. We are basically entering into a contract every time we go online and click the "I agree" button. But what exactly are you agreeing to? Here are some of the hidden legalities in those "terms of agreement" pop ups that we rarely read. More>>
The Jackson County, Sheriff's Office in Alabama is needs public in locating 23-year-old Walter Lee Green III of Bryant, AL. More>>
The promise of the new CrossBlue being built in Chattanooga brings with it the promise of new jobs not only at the VW plant, but also area auto supply companies. More>>
Wisconsin library lets kids pay their overdue fines with time spent reading. More>>
An 8-year-old boy is recovering from the emergency surgery he needed after being bitten in the head by a dog. The attack happened in the 4300 block of Blue Springs Road in Cleveland. More>>
Broken glass lies in the parking lot leading to Cleveland's Greenway, just a few feet away political signs have profanity spray painted across them. Across the street, multiple businesses and even a nearby school fell victim to the same crime over the weekend. More>>
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has ordered a ballot recount in the Republican state school superintendent primary runoff.
It's an important day for thousands of people living in the Sequatchie Valley. They've been without an emergency room for the last four years. More>>
A Collegedale family will be staying with family and friends after losing their house to a fire this Tuesday afternoon. More>>
A group of teenagers from Calvary Church in Cordova, Tennessee, are spending a week in Houston, Mississippi working for free. More>>
The sausage company Jimmy Dean, owned by Hillshire Brands, is launching 16 new microwavable meals for about $3 each designed to be eaten anytime during the day, or night. More>>
Ebola virus has infected two American health workers, a doctor and a hygienist, working in Liberia. It’s killed more than 660 people in the ongoing West African outbreak, the worst ever seen, and infected more than 1,100. More>>
Dalton school officials say that several unaccompanied minors from Central America have been enrolled in the school system in the past year after being sent to northwest Georgia by federal authorities. More>>
Immigrant advocates say they are baffled by a letter that Gov. Bill Haslam sent to President Barack Obama that says his administration should have been informed about the placement of 760 unaccompanied immigrant children... More>>
The parents of a south Georgia teenager found dead inside a rolled-up gym mat at school have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against school administrators. More>>
Millions of Americans are struggling to pay off their student loans and desperate to find a way to lower those monthly payments. Scammers know this, so they’ve created phony student loan “debt relief” companies that promise to help – for a price. More>>
The city of Albuquerque on Friday honored an Eldorado High School student for inventing a device that utilizes patented technology to sound an alarm if a child is left in the vehicle. More>>
Chattanoogans will soon see more Tennessee Highway Patrol cars in the city. More>>
Tennessee and 12 other states have settled an investigation into improper lending with a court agreement to shut down the company and expected to provide $92 million in debt relief for 17,800 U.S. military personnel. More>>
We will take a break from summer as below average temps will be with us through the rest of the week. Today will be even nicer than yesterday.
In the Republican Southeast, critics are pushing back against President Barack Obama's plan to cut pollution from power plants. More>>
Traffic patterns will shift, and require the closing of southbound Jenkins Road, between Igou Gap Road and the recently-opened Goodwin Road. More>>
The man arrested and accused of placing a spy cam in a men's restroom at a Chattanooga Business talked to Channel 3 about his arrest. Twenty-one-year-old Justin Wilson was arrested Friday. More>>
Chattanooga rail backers want to get on track with new passenger line for the city.
U.S. sanctions have struck some of Russia's most famous arms companies. They may also wipe out a recent deal Kalashnikov signed to deliver 80,000 to 200,000 guns a year for the next five years to the U.S. More>>
Within "the next few days," all users should receive a notification in the app that they must download Messenger in order to send and receive messages.
A North Carolina woman working as a missionary in Liberia is being treated for the Ebola deadly virus.
One of the most popular names in fitness is gearing up for a change that could affect thousands of people.The Rush Fitness Complex will be part of the Gold's Gym network by the end of the month. More>>
The notice said the class would cover "some of the most common pronunciation and grammatical differences between Southern dialects and standard American English." More>>
Talk about a Vol for Life.The Denver Broncos start their stretching period with music, which sets the tone for the practice. More>>
Two people were arrested when a brawl involving dozens of guests broke out at a wedding reception in central New Jersey.
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The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County wants to reset rescue networking attempts for its no-kill shelter and heal divisions within the organization.
One of the snow leopards at the Chattanooga Zoo has died.
A man accused of a violent crime is still on the streets tonight, and police are asking for your help to find him. More>>
A tornado touched down in upper east Tennessee, in Claiborne County Sunday night demolishing several homes and a grocery store. More>>
Dan Griggs is a Civil War historian and his Dover museum is full of amazing artifacts. But he may have made the discovery of a lifetime using a divining rod. More>>
Officials in Hamilton County are discussing a new initiative to keep people with serious mental illness out of jail. More>>
In McMinn County another old scam resurfacing has the scammers impersonating law enforcement.
The two athletes, one American and one Turkish, performed a dual wingsuit jump over Dark Canyon. More>>
A law, expected to be implemented in 2015, will allow state and local courts to draw unpaid fines from Georgians' state income tax returns. More>>
In a letter to President Barack Obama, Gov. Bill Haslam says his administration should have been informed about the placement of 760 unaccompanied immigrant children in Tennessee.
Tax dollars have paid more than $80,000 in fees over two years for cash withdrawals for low-income Tennesseans. One public policy organization says there's a fix to avoid the fees. More>>
There are 140 unsolved murders in Hamilton County, and some families have gone more than 40 years without answers. More>>
The Chattanooga Police Department has arrested a suspect that allegedly planted a spy camera in public restrooms. More>>
Chattanooga Police are investigating the 20th homicide on city streets this year, marking more homicides so far in 2014, than all of last year. More>>
The Rhea County Sheriff’s Office tells Channel 3 scammers are calling Rhea County citizens telling them they missed jury duty More>>
Enough is enough. That is the message from a woman who is working to get more self-defense products sold at college and high school campuses. More>>
A 23-year-old Chattanooga man has died as result of a stab wound.
For 22 years, Imagination Station's wooden fort has been a Collegedale icon. Kids who grew up there now bring their children to play on it.
On Monday, the National Premier Soccer League announced on Twitter that the Red Bulls Under-23 team and Chattanooga match will be played after the first team's match with the New England Revolution at Red Bull Arena on Saturday. More>>
Chattanooga officials announced a round of renovations around the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo hotel and complex Monday morning. More>>
The oldest tailor manufacturing giant turned 134-years-old on Tuesday. More>>
Two members of a biker club in Athens were taken to the hospital early Saturday morning after an apparent shootout with a rival biker club. More>>
The play date has become as much a part of childhood as homework and sleepovers, with parents happy to arrange a set time when their children can socialize in a supervised and controlled setting. More>>
A “major” outage by a telephone service provider in Cherokee, NC has left the area without 911 landlines for communication to the county’s Emergency Communications center. More>>
The change will affect the heaviest data users who fall into several categories at once. More>>
Since 130 years of history went up in flames in March, only memories and blackened stone stand testament to the former glory of the Mentone Springs Hotel, the "Grand Old Lady" of East Alabama. More>>
As the chairman of the department of tourism, recreation and sport management at the University of Florida, Michael Sagas had a pretty good idea what to expect when his daughter started playing travel soccer. More>>
It's July, and if you have a birthday this month, the ruby is your birthstone. Rubies have been called the "king of gems," symbolizing strength, power and love. More>>
A Tennessee Bureau of Investigation report is bolstering the state’s case against a former Knox County Sheriff’s Office deputy accused of repeatedly raping a girl over a two-year period. More>>
Authorities say powerful storms crossing east Tennessee have destroyed 10 homes and damaged others, though there are no immediate reports of any deaths or injuries. More>>
The spill should be cleared early this afternoon, according to a news release from Chattanooga State.
The spill should be cleared early this afternoon, according to a news release from Chattanooga State.More>>
With an especially long primary ballot, Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett is recommending that voters cast their ballots early. More>>
The burglaries and vandalism occurred around the Cleveland Greenway and its parking areas, Stuart School and Perry’s Petals, according to a news release from the Cleveland Police Department. More>>
Firefighters are on the scene of a house fire in Hamilton County.
The rain will be completely ending this morning. Behind the front, we will be cooler with much lower humidity. The high will reach 86 degrees.
James and Ruth Meeks said " I do" in Murray County in 1943 when they were both young teenagers. More>>
The program, now in its third year, is free to all honorably discharged veterans. To be considered, applicants have to show they have the chops for being entrepreneurs and be pretty far along with their business plan. More>>
U.S. District Judge Frederick J. Scullin concluded that the Second Amendment gives people the right to carry a gun outside the home for self-defense. More>>
When it comes to preventing the spread of germs, maybe the president is on to something with his fondness for fist bumps.
Just days after Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor made headlines for his arrest on aggravated assault/domestic violence charges, the Bulldogs have had another defensive player land in jail.
Family Dollar has struggled and has attempted to reinvigorate sales by lowering prices on almost 1,000 basic items. More>>
An owner of a zoo in Michigan's Upper Peninsula says a 12-inch alligator has escaped, possibly with some help from a tortoise. More>>
Record crowd for soccer turns out Saturday night at Chattanooga's Finley Stadium and the hometown team didn't disappoint the 8800 or so in the stands. More>>
No animals are being accepted at the Bradley County Animal Shelter after lack of funds and help has forced the group to turn some away. More>>
A 57-year- old Cleveland man drowned near Max Point in Polk County Saturday evening. More>>
Three people accused of scheming to manufacture and ship salmonella-tainted peanuts that killed nine people and sickened more than 700 are set to go to trial this week in Georgia. More>>
Authorities say a Davidson County man has been arrested for threatening to blow up a runway at the Nashville International Airport. More>>
A federal judge has struck down Washington D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns outside the home as unconstitutional. More>>
The divide between Miller Plaza, the red-brick courtyard and attached pavilion in the core of Chattanooga's city center, and Miller Park is five lanes of traffic on M.L. King Boulevard. More>>
The widow of a New York City man who died this month in a videotaped confrontation with New York City police demanded justice on Saturday, saying the victim wasn't asking for trouble. More>>
Drivers going too slow on Georgia's roadways are starting to get warnings as police enforce a new law. More>>
The woman seen on a now-viral video being repeatedly punched by a California Highway Patrol officer said her dress was violently ripped to expose her bare buttocks as she told the officer “I didn’t do anything to you,” according to a federal civil rights lawsuit filed last week and amended Friday. More>>
Due to the sheer number of vehicles recalled in the United States this year — more than 40 million — you very well may have a vehicle that is involved in some sort of safety-related service action. More>>
The militant group that rules the Gaza Strip asked for a cease-fire hours after Israel resumed attacks on the enclave. An Israeli army spokesman Lt. Col. Peter Lerner did not say if Israel would hold fire during, adding that troops would continue demolishing militant tunnels. More>>
Researchers are finding many people who identify as transgender start to struggle with gender identity at a young age. More>>
Over the last seven months, shoppers in the new health insurance marketplace have become patients, using their new plans for the first time. More>>
Inmates at the Hamilton County Jail in Chattanooga have 90 minutes each Friday night to escape - in a figurative sense. More>>
Titans rookie quarterback Zach Mettenberger knows only too well the intensity of the Alabama-LSU rivalry. More>>
The accident happened around 5:00 p.m. Central time. The Westbound lanes are not affected. The roadway is expected to be re-opened by 7:00 p.m. Central time. More>>
In a letter to President Barack Obama, Gov. Bill Haslam says his administration should have been informed about the placement of 760 unaccompanied immigrant children in Tennessee. More>>
Art classes, mental health counseling, a clothing bank and job training could be provided in one location for low-income people on the Westside if the Chattanooga Housing Authority allows service providers to use its James A. Henry building rent free. More>>