An investigation shows that the people involved bout pseudoephedrine at local pharmacies with the intent to manufacture meth at various places around Sweetwater, Lenoir City and Loudon. More>>
Former Democratic state Sen. Eric Stewart has pleaded guilty to a theft charge. More>>
A suspected copper thief has struck a Dade County, Georgia house of worship, damaging six air conditioning units valued upward of $25,000. More>>
Tennessee's effort to increase the state's minimum wage above the current federal standard failed in Republican-led House panel Wednesday. More>>
The Tennessee Bar Association has released a handbook to help the state's senior citizens better understand things like federal and state benefits and new health care laws. More>>
The Savannah, GA-based celebrity cook announced Wednesday she's opening a new restaurant, Paula Deen's Kitchen, in Pigeon Forge, TN. More>>
Tennessee was among the more than two-thirds of states rated as "high risk" for security problems related to its computers tapping into the federal health insurance exchange system. More>>
Police are asking for help locating a man that has been missing from North Georgia since Sunday. Michael "Paw" Franks hasn't contacted his family since. More>>
Dade County Sheriff Ray Cross said they received a tip Kenneth Hill was staying at his wife's home. "And actually he was watching the footage on Channel 3 that was being aired as we were making the arrest," Cross said. More>>
The House has voted to condemn the student organizers of a weeklong program about sex at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. More>>
Looking up in Atomic Firework's showroom, all you see is clear blue sky Monday after strong winds tore a big section of the roof off late Thursday night. More>>
The length of the seasonal employment varies; however, seasonal employees are most needed in spring and summer months. More>>
Two California residents have pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder money derived from a scheme to defraud Franklin, Tenn.,-based Nissan North America. More>>
The Tennessee Supreme Court has ruled that police may still have grounds to arrest people for DUI even if they pass field sobriety tests. More>>
Asked if he might be interested in the vice presidency, Haslam said, "I doubt I would be on the A-list of candidates." More>>
In this week's Crime Stoppers case, a broad-daylight burglary of a beautiful home. Some jewelry was taken, but so was some good video of our suspect. Identify him and earn reward cash! More>>
Called by some the "best kept secrets in the history of Madison County," the Remington manufacturing facility is expected to bring 2,000 jobs to the northeast corner of Alabama. More>>
Federal law allows states to make such decisions as long as the state covers two time zones, as Tennessee does: the Eastern Time Zone in East Tennessee and the Central Time Zone in Middle and West Tennessee. More>>
Ami Risinger, a full-time student, had picked up her student loan reimbursement check and cashed it at BB&T in Ooltewah. More>>
The $21.6 million project launched in March 2011 to replace the Marion Memorial Bridge over the Tennessee River in Marion County is still about 30 percent shy of completion. More>>
Home Depot is one world's largest home improvement retailer, with 2,263 retail stores in all 50 states. More>>
Gov. Bill Haslam has declared his opposition to the bill, which has yet to come up for a vote in the House committee system. Mayors of the Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville and Chattanooga have also opposed the bill.
The infamous March 13, 1993 Blizzard dropped 20 inches of snow in the Tennessee Valley. Wednesday's snow didn't even come close.
Nearly 60,000 Tennesseans signed up for coverage under the federal health insurance exchange through January, a 65 percent increase since the beginning of year. More>>
The winter storm forced some cities to close roads as a safety precaution for motorists. Officials urge residents in ALL areas to stay off the roads if possible. More>>
A substantial snow event has kept some people in the Tennessee Valley at home, and others at work. More>>
The state of Tennessee has declared a state of emergency because of a winter storm that is expected to pound parts of the state with snow and ice. More>>
More than two-thirds of all scheduled flights to and from Atlanta's airport on Wednesday have been canceled. More>>
The Tennessee Republican said he's not against a works council labor board at the plant, and he noted that factory workers could form their own union if they wished. More>>
A drunk driver goes on a destructive ride in a Marion County cemetery, knocking down, ripping up and cracking tombstones.
The latest Middle Tennessee State University poll shows Gov. Bill Haslam's job approval has dropped since last spring. More>>
If your power or heat were interrupted, how would you keep yourself and your family warm and safe? More>>
UAW Region 8 Director Gary Casteel said that other politicians should follow the lead of U.S. Sen. Bob Corker and "respect these workers' right to make up their own minds." More>>
The new facility will preserve 422,000 historical artifacts and 450,000 archival records, including photos, records and items from families who lived on the farmsteads of the Southern Appalachians in pre-park days. More>>
The teens, Savannah Jackson, 14 and Michael Tanner VanPelt, also 14, were last seen February 4. More>>
An East Tennessee couple is charged with murder in the death of the man's 5-year-old daughter after an autopsy revealed the girl died from being forced to drink more than 2 liters of grape soda and water. More>>
According to the TVA, five of the top 10 energy needs days in the provider's history were in January of 2014. More>>
The Comptroller's Division of Local Government Audit, released Wednesday, shows that the Director of Schools office and the Highway Superintendent's office were responsible for eight findings each. More>>
The Marion County (Tenn.) Sheriff's Department was advised Monday by 12th Judicial District Attorney General Mike Taylor that delinquency charges could be filed against two of the teenagers involved in the alleged harassment of bicyclist Anders Swanson. More>>
A body found in the Sequatchie River last month has been identified as that of a man reported missing in November 2013. More>>
UT distributes more than $23 million in scholarships every year, along with the state's lottery-funded scholarships that close to half of the tuition and fees for in-state students. More>>
The state Senate has passed a bill to allow local governments to hold votes on whether to allow wine sales in supermarkets and convenience stores. More>>
Haslam declined to answer a question on whether he might veto the bill, saying it is "still very early in the process, especially in the House." More>>
Snowy conditions are making some roadways dangerous for travelers in the Tennessee Valley. More>>
Today's frigid weather and high demand was the third day this month that TVA's power peak has exceeded 32,000 megawatts. More>>
Deontrey Southers, 13, was shot inside his E. 50th St. home last week. He died on the way to the hospital. Police haven't charged anyone in the teen's death. More>>
In order to speed up the process of passing new ordinances, city leaders are planning to change South Pittsburg's charter. More>>
School system officials hope Friday's court action will put to rest a vandalism scandal surrounding cross-county rivals Marion County High School and South Pittsburg High School. More>>
Single digit temperatures have most people cranking up the heat in their homes to stay warm. This is the second arctic blast this month, which is causing utility bills skyrocket. More>>
The arrests came amid a vandalism investigation begun in early-November on the day of the football game between cross-county rivals Marion County High School in Jasper and South Pittsburg High School. The Jasper school hosted the game and lost to South Pittsburg 35-17. More>>
Gov. Bill Haslam has what he calls "major concerns" about a measure supported by fellow Republicans in the Legislature seeking to do away with local government's power to decide whether to allow firearms in public parks. More>>
The full Senate is scheduled to vote next week on a proposal to allow wine to be sold in Tennessee supermarkets, while a House committee that killed last year's version is set to consider reviving the measure. More>>
As the cold snap continues in the Tennessee Valley, local Veterinarian Dr. Jim Hammond offers some cold weather tips to pet owners. The Northgate Animal Hospital vet said all pets should be kept inside. More>>
The TVA says that all available generation sources are being used to meet peak demand during the cold period.
As information about the dangers of concussions in sports becomes more prevalent, the state is requiring local municipalities to set guidelines on the matter for youth sports. More>>
Campfield said last fall he planned legislation to reassure students and staffers they can celebrate Christmas in schools without "fear of lawsuits." More>>
An investigation is underway in Marion County, where a body was found in the river, Monday morning. More>>
Sheriff Burnett with the Marion County Sheriff's Department has confirmed to Channel 3 that a body was found in a river in Whitwell, between 7:30-8:00 am Monday. More>>
After years of bitter legislative fights over efforts to allow Tennessee grocery stores to sell wine, groups representing liquor stores and supermarkets are nearing an agreement that would give the measure its best ever... More>>
Gov. Bill Haslam says he will support a school voucher bill this legislative session and that it will be similar to one he proposed last year. More>>
The Defense Department says a soldier based at Fort Bragg, N.C., has been killed during a mission in Afghanistan. More>>
A Chattanooga cyclist says he was harassed and sprayed with pepper spray by teenagers while riding on Raccoon Mountain. The case is gaining more and more attention.
A local Memorial Hospital doctor is urging folks in the Tennessee Valley to get the flu vaccine before its too late. Local hospitals continue to report more and more cases of flu in our area.
State Republicans have filed legislation to resist implementation of President Barack Obama's health care law in Tennessee. More>>
Tennessee has been named the "2013 State of the Year" by a national economic development publication. More>>
The Tennessee Firearms Association backed the original Tennessee Firearms Freedom Act, which says any gun made in Tennessee and kept in Tennessee is not subject to federal gun laws. More>>
BlueCross, one of three health plans under the new exchanges in Tennessee, has garnered the biggest share of the 36,077 Tennesseans who have signed up so far. More>>
HCA announced today it is buying Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, Tenn., to add a fifth Chattanooga area hospital to the HCA's Parkridge Health System. More>>
Killian served as mayor of South Pittsburg from 2005 to 2012. He is the brother of U.S. Attorney Bill Killian, who heads the office for the Eastern District of Tennessee, which includes Chattanooga and Knoxville. More>>
A fugitive is now behind bars after leading officers on a three county chase for several hours Wednesday evening.
More than a dozen dogs rescued from a hoarding situation at a home in Marion County this week are now being helped by animal services in Hamilton County.
Health officials in Tennessee are urging more people to get vaccinations for the flu after at least 11 people have died from complications of the virus so far this season. More>>
The Tennessee Yellow Dot Program is designed to help first responders to auto accidents gather medical information on individuals in minutes. More>>
In Marion County several animals are in the need of rescuing. More>>
OnStar GPS helped outsmart three suspects accused of stealing brand new cars from a local dealership. More>>
The first blast of winter weather for 2014 made its presence known Friday morning, with some snow and some bone-chilling temperatures. More>>
Tonight we will see a few showers ending early and as the cold air filters in some of the light rain showers will turn to snow showers. More>>
As of Jan. 1, most government building projects in Tennessee no longer have to pay the prevailing wage. More>>
Twenty-five states, including Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama, with mostly Republican political leaders such as Gov. Bill Haslam, opted not to participate in the Medicaid expansion. The expansion is entirely federally funded through 2016. More>>
For Thursday some light rain showers will move in and later in the afternoon change over to light snow showers. More>>
This study will identify short and long term solutions for improving problem spots along I-24. More>>
A law that could boost the state's revenue is among those taking effect on Jan. 1. More>>
Close to half of Tennessee's tax preparers have not yet renewed their preparer tax identification numbers, and the current numbers expire on Tuesday. More>>
A legal opinion issued last spring, Tennessee Attorney General Robert Cooper said the law could not block employers from firing workers who violate company prohibitions against bringing firearms to work. More>>
The $40 million expansion of Shaw Industries hardwood flooring plant in South Pittsburg, Tenn., will disturb a small area of wetlands on the 13-acre tract where the work will take place. More>>
An expert panel tasked with reviewing the Tennessee Department of Children's Services found that the state has taken steps in the past year to improve state investigations into severe child abuse. More>>
A Tennessee high school student has been suspended and charged after police say he used Twitter to make a bomb threat. More>>
It was unclear whether the release is factoring in Gov. Bill Haslam and fellow Republicans' in the Tennessee Legislature's turning down the Medicaid expansion, which the state has estimated could impact 180,000 residents. More>>
Attorneys for creditors of a Massachusetts pharmacy linked to a nationwide meningitis outbreak say they've reached a preliminary settlement that would set up a victim compensation fund worth more than $100 million. More>>
Each year, legislators and trade associations have lined up behind either the grocery stores or the liquor stores. Each year the outcome has been the same, and the measure has been defeated. More>>
The American Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee is assisting the family. More>>
The Tennessee Transportation Department is halting highway construction for the busy holiday travel period. More>>
Family and friends are rallying around a beloved coach and teacher in Marion County. More>>
A former state employee is facing a charge of identity theft trafficking. More>>
Tennessee's unemployment rate for November was 8.1%, four-tenths of one percentage point lower than the previous month. More>>
At least five counties in East Tennessee are asking state officials to loosen regulations on hunting feral hogs. More>>
City leaders want a plan for the old Jasper Elementary School building along Betsy Pack Drive, but the town doesn't own the property. More>>
Tennessee America Water has closed its acquisition of the water system assets from the city of Whitwell. More>>
While the Marion County Sheriff's Department and South Pittsburg Police Department are looking for the remaining suspects on their list of indictments, they hope this bust serves as a warning to anyone else involved in drugs. More>>
In addition to his salary as a school staff member, Grider, who won three state titles in 16 seasons as South Pittsburg's head coach, was to receive a $7,500 athletic supplement. More>>
Health officials say the flu season seems to be getting off to more normal start this year. More>>
Recently in Sequatchie County, Southend Volunteer Fire Department members were told by a state trooper to get out of the road because the fundraiser roadblock they were holding was "illegal." More>>
When Janette Rodgers of Cayce, S.C., describes the day she and her husband, Charles, almost lost their lives in a boating accident on Nickajack Lake, her gratitude shines through. More>>
Our 29th annual Share Your Christmas event will be in Cleveland, Dalton, Jasper and Chattanooga Friday, December 6 from 4:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. More>>
Brenda Bartee and Dr. Harry Bartee were at the lawyer's office for mediation about 1 p.m. CST, the Manchester police investigator said, but "the mediation apparently didn't go well." More>>
Marion County's high school football program will continue with a regular schedule in 2014, but will cancel spring practice after recent violations reported to the TSSAA. More>>
Eight of the occupants killed were not wearing seat belts; two of the fatalities were from in alcohol-related crashes. More>>
A dispute between property owners and a bankrupt developer someday could lead to several new Marion County roads. More>>
The original had electric motors used only to rewind the clock when the weights reached the floor and tripped the mercury switches -- which triggered the bell and winder mechanism.
The results of a Tennessee Bureau of Investigation probe into a fatal shooting by a Marion County deputy in September will be submitted soon to 12th Judicial District Attorney Mike Taylor, but officials remain mum on the outcome. More>>
When officials discovered in August that there would be $242,000 in leftover grant money on Marion County's career and technical school project in Kimball, they had to find a way to spend it. More>>
The Marion County Warriors are still working to get past their troubles, as the scandal involving its coaching staff continues. More>>
It's been a tough couple weeks for the Marion County community. But now they're focused on healing. More>>
State officials have confirmed that a strain of E. coli that sickened nine children has been matched to animal waste collected at an East Tennessee dairy farm that sells raw milk. More>>
Shocking developments continue to unfold in the Marion County football scandal. Four coaches are off the job, including Head Coach Mac McCurry. More>>
A volunteer assistant coach is relieved of duty for involvement in Marion County High School vandalism.
Channel 3 is now getting a better idea of what happened the night South Pittsburg's city administrator Sammy Burrows was arrested. More>>
Thanks to a new communications satellite launched in 2011, a company named Exede Internet is beaming a message of hope from outer space to those stranded in the Internet wastelands. More>>
Restaurants at eight Tennessee state parks will be open Nov. 28 to serve Thanksgiving dinner. More>>
Johnson's salary was frozen under the federal pay freeze. But his base salary paid for nine months of work, $712,500, represented only 12% of his total compensation. More>>
It's that time of the year again: Tennessee State Parks is offering special winter rates. More>>
Channel 3 is learning more about why a South Pittsburg police sergeant was fired days after arresting the city administrator for speeding.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says the state has benefited from a company hired to manage its assets, despite a comptroller's report that suggests the company may have benefited from its own advice, creating a conflict of... More>>
A local high school coach and teacher was arrested, charged with vandalizing his own school.
County investigators found enough evidence to arrest Schmitt, who had also been hired to coach the Warriors' baseball program. More>>
Another city's decision surprised residents Tuesday night. A South Pittsburg officer is off the job Tuesday night, and the city administrator has been re-instated. More>>
The city administrator of South Pittsburg is talking to Channel 3 about his arrest over the weekend. Sammy Burrows was booked in the Marion County Jail late Friday night for reckless driving, resisting arrest and other charges. More>>
A mother and her three daughters are homeless after a fire destroyed the place they had just begun renting.
The South Pittsburg City Administrator Sammy Burrows was arrested by the Marion County Sheriff's Department. More>>
Marion County's Hales Bar Dam was a snapshot of early 20th century American engineering. More>>
The dam's engineers chose a location on the Tennessee River near Jasper, TN, because the river was narrow there, and that stretch -- the Tennessee River Gorge -- was notoriously tough to navigate because of turbulent waters. More>>
A Marion County woman came out of Halloween with more than a bucket of sweets. More>>
In a county where fireworks stores are outnumbered only by churches, the command to "love thy neighbor" is forgotten each year when the game is played. More>>
If you plan to go to Friday night's football game between Marion County and South Pittsburg don't forget to take canned goods with you! More>>
In an effort to teach her students about the impact of the Holocaust, one educator, with the help of her students, thought outside of the box, and ended up teaching a lesson to the entire community. More>>
When construction of the new U.S. Highway 41 bridge across the Tennessee River was planned several years ago, it became Jasper's job to relocate the waterline that runs across the old bridge to Haletown, Tenn. More>>
The athletic facilities at Southeast Whitfield High School have needed a makeover for years, but the money just wasn't there. That is, until someone donated nearly a million dollars to the school for improvements. More>>
A new report shows there were more than 7,500 cases of bullying reported in Tennessee's public schools during the 2012-13 school year. More>>
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and law enforcement agencies across the state will be collecting unused prescription medications on Saturday. More>>
Residents of a neighborhood on the Georgia - Tennessee line, are stuck using water from homemade creek pumps and wells, with a constant worry about its safety.
Nearly 400 state workers in the Tennessee Department of Labor are being furloughed because of the partial federal government shutdown. More>>
The federal government shutdown has cost South Pittsburg $410,000 for flood prevention repair work. More>>
The property tax rate in Marion County will remain the same despite some strong opposition. More>>
It may not be Halloween, but some unwanted creatures have created quite a problem for one local town.
It may not be Halloween, but some unwanted creatures have created quite a problem for one local town.More>>
A hefty sewer rate increase in one Marion County town is having far-reaching consequences in another. More>>
An alleged case of road rage sends a Marion County man to jail and a woman to the hospital. It involved three cars, a gun and children.
The American Civil Liberties Union - Tennessee has sent letters to school administrators to give them legal information regarding school-sponsored prayer at public school football programs.
One person is in custody following a shooting in Jasper. More>>
After a four touchdown and 311-yard night Marion County's Blake Zeman certainly deserved the WRCB Player of the Game award but Zeman felt Pam Griffith deserved it more. He gave it to Pam in honor of her daughter who died from cancer nine months ago. More>>
Premiums under the cheapest plan offered in Tennessee would average $181 per month, the third-lowest rate in the country. More>>
Three children were treated after a minor bus crash in Marion County. More>>
The Tennessee State Library and Archives is adding more than 1 million newspaper pages to its free online collection. More>>
Shaw Industries announced Tuesday plans to expand its facility in South Pittsburg. More>>
State elections officials nationwide have declared Tuesday National Voters Registration Day to encourage people to register and participate. More>>
The victim's body was left along the roadside as Pickett fled. Pickett was taken into custody in Chattanooga a couple of days later. More>>
State officials have ordered South Pittsburg to pay back a debt caused by the previous administration.
Time is running out for South Pittsburg homeowners to get help repairing their flood-damaged property.The Tennessee Housing Development Agency awarded South Pittsburg a $300,000 grant to help low to moderate More>>
Marion County dispatch says two missing teens have been found. More>>
There are still residents with unanswered questions to a development in Marion County. More>>
Four months after he stole an ambulance in Chattanooga, a man tries to steal a boat and then a car. This time it ended with a Marion County Deputy shooting and killing him. More>>
Souther says he was trying to do the suspect a favor. He says his attempt at a good deed could have gotten him killed. More>>
One person was killed in an officer involved shooting in Jasper, according to the TBI. More>>
Nearly nine months after her death, Kennedy Griffith is still being remembered as a real Marion County Warrior.
A complaint about prayer at football games, filed with the Freedom from Religion Foundation, prompted what is turning into a showdown in Marion County. More>>
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is calling South Pittsburg High School's pre-game prayer service, dubbed "Meet Me at the 50," unconstitutional. More>>
Although state officials have made improvements in how driver service centers operate, motorists still have long wait times for service. More>>
Prayer will no longer be said over the school's loud speaker after a recent complaint has the Superintendent trying to prevent any future problems or lawsuits. More>>
State Troopers and police are cracking down on dangerous driving this Labor Day weekend. Agencies from six states, including Tennessee and Georgia, team up for Hands Across the Border. More>>
Charges are pending following a fatal crash in Marion County. More>>
The City of South Pittsburg is anxiously waiting to receive state funding to help homeowners with repairs after last month's flood. The Tennessee Housing Development Agency has pledged a $300,000 grant. But some are asking, what is taking so long? More>>
The Tennessee Department of Transportation granted aeronautics grants to three area airports. More>>
The grant, of $150,000, will help "stabilize properties" in the New Hope Subdivision and can be used repair gutters, complete the installation of sidewalks and more.
The ordinance has passed one or all readings in Manchester, Monteagle, all five towns in Franklin County, and Tracy City and Palmer in Grundy County. More>>
It's been almost a month since flash flooding devastated the Marion County town of South Pittsburg. It did millions of dollars in damage to homes, schools, businesses and roads.
TDOT has announced which projects it will accept bids for on August 30. More>>
It's been more than a month since heavy rain caused one of the worst floods in South Pittsburg history. More>>
The Governor's Children's Cabinet of Tennessee awarded 137 children's computers to libraries and family childcare programs across Tennessee. More>>
It seemed like a good idea at the time, but now trees planted around Jasper's courthouse square pose a problem. More>>
It's getting to be back to school time, but for one Marion County school, it's more of a challenge. More>>
Local veterans and community members in South Pittsburgh, TN rolled up their sleeves Sunday morning to clean the moldy interior inside the American Legion Post. More>>
Flood-ravaged South Pittsburg is still in the recovery process. More>>
The grounds of Lloyd & Pounds Apartments in South Pittsburg were buried after major flash flooding July 10th. More>>
Repairs continue inside South Pittsburg Elementary school a little more than two weeks after historic flash flooding swept through the town. More>>
It's been two weeks since massive rainfall caused flash floods in the Marion County town of South Pittsburg. It damaged homes, cars, roads and businesses within in just a few hours. For many, the mess is still overwhelming.
A Marion County man is accused of shooting his wife in the face. More>>
Twelve days after the devastating flood in South Pittsburg, the plea for help is not over.
A command post is set up at the South Pittsburg Fire Department to accept volunteers to help clean up after last week's damaging flash floods. More>>
The Marion County town of South Pittsburg has entered into week two of cleanup.
TDOT and the Tennessee Highway Patrol are on the scene of an accident on Interstate 24 eastbound in Marion County.Around 4:00a.m. Thursday, a tractor trailer carrying a hazardous substance overturned. More>>
Damage estimates are in the millions, but South Pittsburg will not likely qualify for federal assistance. More>>
The city is down to four cars after a flood last week. More>>