District Attorney Herbert "Buzz" Franklin said he hopes to meet with members of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Walker County Sheriff's Office before deciding whether to press charges against Hendrix. More>>
A North Georgia man revisited his burned home Thursday in Fannin County.A heater sparked the fire that destroyed his home. But for Joel Withrow, it wasn't what he lost in the fire, it was what he saved. More>>
Youngblood said he confronted them with a handgun and fired when they ran toward him. More>>
The former property manager of Peerless Woolen Mill in Rossville no longer is allowed to step inside Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade or Walker counties. More>>
It's unclear what the future holds for Hutcheson Medical Center after it was turned down Tuesday for a "critically needed" $2 million loan. More>>
Catoosa County won't loan any more money to Hutcheson Medical Center. More>>
November was an especially hard month for some North Georgia families. The Red Cross helped more than usual last month, after fires destroyed several homes.
Six months pregnant with her second child, Casey Sullivan figured that all of her discomfort, bulging neck veins, coughing and back pain were a result of her pregnancy. So she didn't bring it to her doctor's attention until she couldn't breathe. More>>
Alaina is set to perform "Grown Up Christmas List" and "Jingle Bells" during NBC's "Christmas In Rockefeller Center," which will air Dec. 4. More>>
Thousands of people in need in the Dalton area will have a place to go this Thanksgiving thanks to a dedicated couple who, despite their own misfortune, are making sure everyone in their area is fed. More>>
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating a bomb hoax that happened Monday night in Catoosa County. More>>
When asked why Martinez was arrested instead of being given school-related discipline, such as suspension, Principal Denise Pendley said that school resource officer Brian Dyer decides whether a student's actions violated state law. More>>
Work is underway on two local projects to improve the flow of water from the Tennessee River into north Georgia. More>>
When three new Fort Oglethorpe City Council members take office in January, one thing they'll decide is whether to use sales tax revenue to expand sewer service to the north end of Mack Smith Road. More>>
Opponents of spending public money on the Atlanta Braves' new stadium say a county commission vote should be postponed to give residents more time to weigh in. 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>>
A Fort Oglethorpe family is mourning the loss of a loved one after an overnight fire. More>>
The Atlanta Tea Party is gearing up to oppose the new Atlanta Braves stadium being planned in Cobb County. More>>
The Legion of Generals played songs from "Out of this World" this year. For us, they jam with "One Way or Another." Thanks to the students from Heritage High School, your Band of the Week! More>>
It's a record year for The Salvation Army as they prepare to adopt out over 5,400 angels this year. More>>
A controlled burn by the Georgia Forestry Department had quite a few people concerned. More>>
Georgia fire investigators are asking for the public's help solving two separate arsons this week in North Georgia. They're offering up to a $10,000 reward on each case. More>>
The investigation continues two days after a teenager was shot and killed during a break-in, in Catoosa County. It happened Monday afternoon at a home on Post Oak Road.
Word is beginning to spread across the Tennessee Valley after our story about the lottery ticket thief. The suspect met his match, a nine month pregnant store clerk, at a gas station in Ringgold Sunday. More>>
A pregnant convenience store clerk was not about to be robbed on Sunday night. When a bad guy tried to snatch lottery tickets out of her hand, she fought back and floored him with a punch in the face. More>>
A Catoosa County teenager is dead and two others are behind bars after a home break-in Monday afternoon. More>>
A suspect shot during a robbery attempt has died. More>>
Nine months pregnant a Ringgold convenience store clerk pulled all the right punches when a man tried to steal scratch-off lottery tickets. More>>
Sunday marks the first day of Sunday Alcohol Sales in the city of Fort Oglethorpe. More>>
A serious warning for you, if you bought kerosene in Ringgold at any point Thursday.The Georgia Ag commissioner reports it's possible the fuel is contaminated.
A church daycare was evacuated Wednesday after a nearby trailer caught fire.
Gov. Nathan Deal's administration won permission to spend $45 million on water projects, including three reservoirs it contends could help alleviate a tri-state water dispute. More>>
A fire tore through a home in Catoosa County Tuesday night. More>>
In honor of Veteran's Day on Monday, November 11 flags of fallen soldiers from Catoosa County will be decorated in downtown Ringgold, GA. More>>
A federal lawsuit asks a judge to declare Georgia's "stand your ground" law unconstitutional. More>>
The Georgia Department of Human Services is offering residents help with winter heating bills. More>>
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Site Selection magazine has selected Georgia as being the top state in the country in terms of business climate. More>>
Will Fort Oglethorpe voters approve Sunday alcohol sales? Will a slate of new council members there win the struggle for control of City Hall? More>>
Two Catoosa County, Ga., teenagers were arrested this week on allegations that they inappropriately touched a 7-year-old girl. More>>
Wounded Veteran 5K will change traffic pattern in Ringgold, GA Saturday morning. More>>
The Lookout Valley community is lending time, money and labor to a WWII veteran. Seventy years ago, Frank Cordell was fighting on the front lines in Normandy.
Executives with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. say they plan to move production of some shoes from overseas to a manufacturing plant in south Georgia, which they say will create 250 jobs in the state. More>>
A batch of dog treats made in Georgia has been recalled for possible Salmonella contamination. More>>
A Georgia woman has been indicted on a murder charge in the 2001 beating death of a 91-year-old woman from Raleigh. More>>
Political campaigns are almost always heated, but some candidates, citizens and current city leaders in Fort Oglethorpe say the drama has reached new levels leading up to the city council election. More>>
Voices were raised high Monday in Ringgold, Georgia as the Boynton Elementary School Chorus sang their chart-topping song, "Listen to the Music." More>>
A rash of vending machine thefts is costing some local businesses several hundred dollars each break-in. More>>
More than 11,000 Georgians lost HOPE grants to attend state technical colleges when the state Legislature imposed tougher academic requirements in 2011, and more than half have not re-enrolled in school as of this fall,... More>>
Charles Harper didn't know what to tell his daughter, so he lied. He was a disc jockey with a reputation in the local club scene, and he told her he hungered for more. More>>
Origin Church began four years ago but members didn't have a place to call home, that was until now.
Police said a Rossville man stored pictures of naked boys on his cellphone. According to an arrest report, 21-year-old Kyle Logan Shankles was asleep on the morning of Oct. 13 in his boyfriend's bed when More>>
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and law enforcement agencies across the state will be collecting unused prescription medications on Saturday. More>>
Atmospheric conditions were just right for the massive April 2011 storm system that spawned hundreds of tornadoes from Texas to New York over four days. More>>
How a special group of boys is fighting to help find a cure for their best friend. More>>
The owners and employees of JJK Security star in this reality series about working in a small town. More>>
Organizers of an air show set for this weekend in Augusta say they've postponed the event due to the partial shutdown of the federal government. More>>
Former Fort Oglethorpe City Councilman Charles Sharrock hasn't served for almost a year since being ousted for sexually harassing three female employees — but the city still pays his $708 monthly salary and another $250 each month toward his supplemental Medicare insurance. More>>
Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School had a very special guest take the field Friday night.
State officials are partnering with a group of carpet companies in northwest Georgia to launch a job training program. More>>
It is difficult to say whether Bell's final Facebook update was a suicide note or a cry for help. The difference depends on the individual. Some use the website to etch the events of their life into a place as good as stone, a place that feels permanent. More>>
State officials say the speed limit on part of Interstate 285, the freeway that forms a perimeter around Atlanta, will be increased soon. More>>
Florida is filing a lawsuit against the state of Georgia over its consumption of freshwater in a river system that serves three Southeastern states. More>>
Under a plan being discussed by a northeast Georgia school district, Colt 6920 M4 carbine rifles would be stored in safes inside schools to defend students in a school shooting. More>>
Students will participate in education programs and learn of the causes of the Civil War, including focuses on abolition and emancipation related to soldiers who fought in the Civil War and the Battle of Chickamauga. More>>
Police in Atlanta are investigating the pre-dawn robbery of several customers inside a Waffle House in the city's Buckhead area. More>>
A Ringgold man accused of beating his girlfriend to death has been found guilty. More>>
Muscadine grapes survive the extra-wet summer in the region. More>>
Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials say those who spend money on outdoor recreation in the state have added more than $5.5 billion to its economy. More>>
Georgia's average score on this year's SAT college entrance exam was unchanged from last year, mirroring a national trend as scores were generally stagnant for a third year. More>>
The Catoosa County Emergency Management Agency will be testing the Citizens Alert System More>>
A benchmark health care plan in Georgia will cost an average of $304 a month when purchased on an exchange under the Obama administration's health care overhaul. More>>
A soldier from north Georgia has been killed in Afghanistan. More>>
Renters at a Fort Oglethorpe Storage Facility are cleaning up the ashes where a fire destroyed their units Thursday night.
Multiple agencies responded to a two-alarm fire in Fort Oglethorpe that destroyed one business and threatened others.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is blasting accusations that his inner circle tampered with a wide-ranging investigation into his use of campaign money. More>>
Shaw Industries is investing $100 million to both streamline its distribution network and expand its fiber extrusion facility in Northwest Georgia. More>>
Court records show that a former Navy reservist who police say gunned down 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard was thrown out of a metro Atlanta nightclub five years ago and cited for disorderly conduct. More>>
The diary now lies in the hands of Davis' great-great grandchildren in Maryland. The small, leather-bound book is half-filled with observations and memories from 150 years ago. More>>
The Catoosa County Commission held off on a proposed $35 million bailout of Hutcheson Medical Center at a meeting Thursday morning. More>>
Two people have contract a disease that is linked to E. Coli and now the search is on for answers. More>>
The Northwest Georgia Health Department is investigating illnesses that may be linked to E. Coli. More>>
Catoosa County deputies and Crime Stoppers need your help locating a fugitive. More>>
The intersection of Battlefield Parkway and Dietz Road in Catoosa County was packed Saturday morning, but not with your typical weekend traffic.
Authorities say Social Security numbers and other information about thousands of Georgians have been inadvertently shared by a state agency. More>>
Sawyers has been missing since August 29, when she walked away from her residence in Dalton, Georgia and has not been seen by her guardian since. More>>
The state agency was tipped off by Ales Campbell, who in November 2012 ran an unsuccessful write-in campaign to unseat county Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell. More>>
The Catoosa County Commission voted this morning to issue $35 million in bond anticipation notes immediately to help refinance Hutcheson Medical Center's debt. More>>
According to AAA, over 34 million drivers hit the road during the Labor Day holiday. More>>
A "birthday gift" turns out to be a fancy, gift-wrapped box filled with $50,000 worth of meth. More>>
The most important question every day, at least to Koplan, is one that no one has an answer to: Will there be a season three? 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>>
The Catoosa County Sheriff's Office arrested Bowman, of 87 Belmeade Drive, on seven charges of distributing obscene materials. More>>
Many cooks wait well into their adult years — once they're more seasoned in the culinary arts — before entering a cooking contest. And it's only a handful of those who will win. More>>
A Ringgold family is homeless tonight, one week after their home burned to the ground. Since we shared their struggle on Channel 3, people are stepping in to help.
Nationwide, the number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week but held close to a six-year low and gave a positive signal for hiring during the month. More>>
One thing that most recent studies agree about is that the cost of ownership is going up at a steady pace – about 2 percent this year over 2012, according to data analyzed by the AAA. More>>
A North Georgia man is defending his wife, despite charges she tried to murder him.
The family is concerned they won't have any supplies for their four kids for school. More>>
Summers at Lake Winnapesaukah's new SoakYa Water Park is all about family and fun in the sun. However, all that changed for one young girl in early August.
Dennis and Kelly got hitched in Catoosa County on March 23, 2009. But the marriage was not meant to be: She filed for divorce in Floyd County three months ago, according to court records. The split was finalized on June 27. But in between, on June 7, Dennis White married Gilreath in Catoosa County. More>>
Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials say an invasive insect that's killed millions of trees in 20 states has been found in Georgia. More>>
A hearing was held Monday for several people accused of sex crimes in North Georgia. But the attorneys representing those suspects say their client's cases have been jeopardized by the FBI special agent in charge. More>>
Hamilton and Catoosa County may receive a big upgrade, boosting transportation options that will change how people make their way around town. More>>
Forecasters say all of north Georgia will be under a flash flood watch through late Thursday night as heavy rains are again possible in the region. More>>
Some residents were being evacuated from their homes in the north Georgia mountains, where heavy rains have once again led to flooding. More>>
The Catoosa County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Ringgold, Ga., man authorities say had sex with a 15-year-old girl. More>>
A Georgia man who lost his wallet while waterskiing in North Carolina now has it back -- 24 years later. More>>
Authorities say they've apprehended a man accused of pulling two children out of his vehicle after he crashed it and then leaving the kids at the scene of the wreck. More>>
U.S. Department of Education officials are warning that $9.9 million of Georgia's Race to the Top grand funding is in jeopardy. More>>
Construction is expected to begin this fall with the store scheduled to open in the fall of 2014. More>>
Three people face drug charges after Catoosa County deputies located meth labs at a home in Ringgold. More>>
The number of people relying on food stamps in Georgia is rising. More>>
Heiskell said she's raised property taxes less than half a mill since first being elected in 2001. More>>
Scientists are predicting a large mosquito population in Georgia during the next few weeks. More>>
Law enforcement officers never ask the public to pay money, nor do they take money from the public. Fines are typically paid directly to the respective court system, not to police officers. More>>
Channel 3 first met Builder One Contractor Taylor Barnes last summer as work was just beginning on Shearon Gas' damaged home. More>>
A former Fort Oglethorpe city councilman's appeal was denied after accusations of sexual harassment. More>>
The rain may have stopped for now, but drivers in Catoosa County are finding some low-lying roads still haven't recovered and flood waters are making them impassable.
Catoosa County announced the new Catoosa County Citizens Alerting System Monday, a system for citizens to get alerts during emergencies. More>>
One person was killed Sunday morning after a crash in Catoosa County. More>>
Parts of North Georgia are also experiencing issues with the rain. More>>
State officials say they're taking a zero tolerance stance on drunk drivers and boaters during the Fourth of July. More>>
Rhea county's Michael Neal has mastered the art of juggling. At 21-years-old he runs and operates the Dayton Boat Dock which is hosting this weekend's FLW fishing tournament on Chickamauga Lake.
Hutcheson Medical Center and Erlanger Health System officials will finalize a Letter of Intent for Hutcheson to lease its facility to Erlanger. More>>
It started as a challenge between a Tennessee fishing pro and his wife to make better fishing tackle.
Catoosa County officials are searching for a wanted fugitive. More>>
As summer starts, many of us will be spending more time outdoors. From falls, to snake bites, there are dangers out there. There's also a right and a wrong way to treat injuries. More>>
Lawyers for four unsuccessful applicants for jobs at an auto plant in Georgia argue that documents about a state agency's involvement in hiring workers for the plant should be available to the public. More>>
Two sheriffs deputies have already pled guilty to their part in the conspiracy. More>>