Despite our requests, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office is not releasing details on how Coty Dilbeck escaped, but they say he was on the first floor when it happened.
The U.S. Department of Human Services is investigating an incident after two employees are seen on video encouraging violent behavior between children.
Hamilton Place Mall's management company, CBL Properties, announced the retail store is closing in November, but not without a replacement that's sure to draw a large crowd.
The video, shared with Channel 3, shows the child hitting another child on head the several times as another employee recorded the incident with her phone.
Because of a recent report on the link between smoking and heart disease, cardiologists are being urged to take a lead role when it comes to helping their patients break the habit.
Each session will begin at 6:00 p.m. and feature a brief introduction, but the majority of each event will consist of public comment and discussion.
Tennessee legislators passed a bill in April to end mandatory vehicle emissions testing in Hamilton County and five other counties in Tennessee, but testing continues today.
This week, a chance for you to get some reward cash with very good pictures of someone police say was up to no good. It appears he was clueless he was being caught on camera.
TVA ran two simulations Wednesday at their Sequoyah Training Center to demonstrate the control room alarms and how employees respond to earthquakes.
According to the true bill (indictment), 32-year-old Joshua Conrad Smith is accused of knowingly having sex with underage victims in 2017.
The man was one of a group of poachers found to have illegally killed hundreds of deer, sometimes taking only their heads and leaving the rest to rot in fields.
Some viewers are getting heated over seat warmers.
It's a conversation sparked by Meteorologist David Karnes. He explains the reason behind the debate in this week's Your 3 Cents.
A new report ranks Nissan Stadium and Bridgestone Arena among the 15 worst sports facilities in North America for health violations out of 111 facilities.