As President Obama arrived in Chattanooga, not everyone had welcome signs to greet him. Protesters gathered off Lee Highway near the airport, holding signs that said everything from "Obama hates America" to "Obama lies."
Going into Tuesday, no one knew what route President Barack Obama would take from he airport to Amazon. Some hopeful spectators were banking on I-75 and they were right.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday challenged Republicans to accept a new fiscal deal to cut corporate tax rates in exchange for more government spending on jobs programs.
President Barack Obama will visit Chattanooga, and speak at the Amazon Fulfillment Center as part of his "A Better Bargain for the Middle Class," a series of speeches.
President Barack Obama is extending a new proposal to Republicans that he hopes will break the political gridlock on budget negotiations, offering to cut corporate tax rates in exchange for job investments.
In what is billed as "a different kind of welcome" for President Barack Obama's visit to Chattanooga today, the Tennessee Republican Party is airing a television ad declaring that Tennessee is a success "not because of your liberal policies, but in spite of them."
When is a lunch more than just a midday meal? When the two diners are President Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton, and inquiring minds want to know who, if anyone, the president will endorse in 2016.
As the Scenic City prepares to welcome the President of the United States, there have been extreme reactions to his visit. Many viewers have let us, here at Channel 3, know how they feel about it.
Four out of 5 U.S. adults struggle with joblessness, near-poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives, a sign of deteriorating economic security and an elusive American dream.
A number of roads will be temporarily closed for the presidential motorcade Tuesday; however which roads will be closed and for how long will not be released until Tuesday.
The visit may be historic. He may be the leader of the free world and the first black president. Chattanooga may be a blue dot in one of the most Republican states in the country.
Expect delays, but none too bad. That's what a secret service agent said Sunday while talking about their security preparations for the upcoming presidential visit.
The speech is said to focus on manufacturing and high wage jobs, but many local entrepreneurs hope his visit will highlight the importance of small businesses to the city.
The countdown is on for President Obama's arrival, some people are looking forward to it and some say it is going to impact them financially.
Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies will have heightened security all over town during the president's visit. And it starts where he arrives, at the Chattanooga airport.