States allow purchases (with limitations) without collecting sales tax, easing the financial burden of parents. More>>
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.
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>>
James and Ruth Meeks said " I do" in Murray County in 1943 when they were both young teenagers. More>>
Family Dollar has struggled and has attempted to reinvigorate sales by lowering prices on almost 1,000 basic items. 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>>
People who need help with their utilities, have questions about after-school programs or are seeking information from a wide variety of service providers have found the United Way of Greater Chattanooga's 211 number to be a helpful resource. More>>
Tennessee has received about 2.5 percent of the unaccompanied children crossing into the United States. More>>
North Georgia's Al Chapman tendering an $807,100 bid late Thursday afternoon to buy the track and adjoining 25 acres of property, lock, stock and barrel.
More than 336,000 Tennessee residents will split $10 million in refunds from health insurance companies because of a provision in the Affordable Care Act. More>>
Thirty-year-old Elizabeth Brooke Roberts was last seen Monday at her job at the Harpers Point Luxury Apartments in Murfreesboro. More>>
Tennesseans for Fair Courts declared in a news release it has put an ad online to defend the justices against “extremist attacks” and plans to soon begin airing it on TV today in Knoxville, Nashville and Chattanooga. More>>
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will start accepting applications for its new trooper cadet class on July 30. More>>
Early voting in Tennessee has been going on for the past four days. The number of residents voting this year across the state has increased from 4 years ago.
The Cleveland Motor Speedway is set to be auctioned off Thursday.
A non-profit business in Cleveland aimed at helping others rebuild is temporarily closed. This after an elderly driver reversed her car into the building, causing significant damaging.
Two Tennessee Universities have made the "honor roll" of a publication's 2014 list of "Great Colleges to Work For." More>>
The secrecy surrounding a private meeting involving Gov. Bill Haslam, Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman and educators from five area school systems has come under scrutiny by members of the Bradley County Board of Education. More>>
One Tennessee restaurant owner is making her opinion very clear by posting a 'Guns are Welcome' sign on the front door of her family-friendly establishment. More>>
Channel 3 Anchor Cindy Sexton will moderate a forum with the candidates at 6:30pm in the Roland Hayes Auditorium at UTC. More>>
Several groups on the Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia borders want to connect the trial systems in the area and create one large trail in an effort to draw more adventure tourism into the area. More>>
Two inmates from the Monroe County Jail in east Tennessee are on the run. More>>
Early voting is getting underway for Tennessee's primary election that features tea party-style challenges to Lamar Alexander's bid for the Republican nomination to a third term in the U.S. Senate. More>>
Two Tennessee women are safe after a storm blew their paddleboards from a Georgia island to a South Carolina island. More>>
FBI agents have been interviewing Tennessee residents sickened or widowed by fungal meningitis as part of a criminal probe into the outbreak that sickened 751 people nationwide with 64 deaths. More>>
Tennessee's tourism agency has a new logo and ad campaign aimed to spark travelers' interest in a vacation that can only be made in Tennessee. More>>
Dispatchers with the Tennessee Highway Patrol have confirmed to Channel 3 that one person is dead after an accident on Lee Highway on Bradley County. More>>
Tennessee has funding for 13 road-widening projects totaling more than $200 million waiting on whether Congress refreshes the federal Highway Trust Fund in August. More>>
Local suppliers are beaming VW officials gave the green light to build the CrossBlue in the Scenic City. More>>
Southside resident Ellen Hays remembers the excitement that lead up to the day she was handed keys to her brand new Passat. More>>
Volkswagen's new CrossBlue SUV is bringing a lot of hope to the futures of local students, especially when it comes to jobs. That includes Chattanooga State Community College's partnership with the Volkswagen Academy. More>>
Volkswagen officials announced that 200 new engineering jobs will be coming to the Chattanooga plant as part of a National Research Development and Planning Center, in a news conference in Wolfsburg, Germany Monday morning. More>>
MAU Workforce Solutions is hiring to fill multiple positions in Chattanooga. More>>
Know your blood type? If you are O-, Blood Assurance is looking for you. More>>
Tennessee gun owners may now legally keep loaded firearms in their vehicles even if they don't have a state-issued handgun-carry permit.
Gov. Bill Haslam is expressing hope that a planned discussion with the nation's new health secretary during the National Governors Association meeting in Nashville this week might rekindle talks over his plan for Medicaid expansion in Tennessee. More>>
One of Cleveland City Schools' top teachers is a finalist for Tennessee Teacher of the Year.
The maker of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey opened a new cooperage in Alabama to supply its distillery with the American white oak barrels that are toasted and charred to give the spirit its distinctive flavor and color. More>>
The Tennessee Republican will begin the day in Cleveland, where he will meet with business and community leaders before heading to Chattanooga to meet with local entrepreneurs. More>>
The Tennessee Highway Patrol is taking steps to ensure motorists drive safely during this Fourth of July holiday period. More>>
Gregory Bald, one of the most visited high elevation meadows in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, has been temporarily closed due to a high number of bears feeding on wild cherries at the site. More>>
An important new month, new laws are taking effect across the state. Among them is a change for stores that could make shopping for some easier.
Dogs from Bradley County are being adopted out to new homes after being seized from a puppy mill three weeks ago. More>>
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has proposed changes to improve traffic flow and vehicle capacity of the exit ramps at the Interstate 75 interchange at 25th Street and Georgetown Road.
A Cleveland toddler involved in a serious crash this winter is finally home. After living out of hospitals for five months, two-year-old Katie Barkley is on the mend. More>>
Georgetown Road endures heavy congestion between I-75 and Freewill Road, especially during peak morning and afternoon traffic hours. More>>
The victim was unloading grain into a silo at a farm on McMinn County Road 609 when he was electrocuted Wednesday morning.
Tennessee lawmakers have apologized to the Cherokee Nation for actions taken by President Andrew Jackson that forced up to 16,000 Cherokees off Tennessee lands 175 years ago. More>>
A Cleveland toddler is making a remarkable recovery months after a devastating crash.
There are quite a few new laws that begin July 1st. Two dealing with DUI and another dealing with pregnancy.