People all over Chattanooga are remembering the service men killed in a terrorist attack, including more than 1,300 runners who took part in the second Heroes Run.
Many roadways and parks throughout the country are marked with blue and gold stars honoring the men and woman who sacrifice their lives to serve our country, and now for the first time Chattanooga has one of it's own to honor the Fallen Five.
For more than a year flags have flown over Ross’s landing to honor the Fallen Five. Friday, volunteers replaced flags and made repairs to signs.
Five flags face the entrance to the Naval Operations Support Center on Amnicola Highway. Each one pays tribute to one of Chattanooga’s fallen heroes.
Two of the five servicemen who lost their lives in the July 16, 2015 attacks in Chattanooga are being posthumously awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal. Gunnery Sergeant Thomas Sullivan and Staff Sergeant David Wyatt will be honored at a ceremony at Ross’s Landing in Chattanooga on May 7th. The Medal is the highest non-combat decoration awarded for heroism by the United States Department of the Navy to the members of the United States Navy and United States M...
Bells Ferry Park was renamed for Lance Cpl. Skip Wells, who was 21 when he and four other service members were gunned down nearly two years ago.
Lt. Cdr. White, who defended his staff in the deadly July, 16th attack in Chattanooga, delivered the invocation at a joint convention of the Tennessee House and Senate.
The Sullivan family joined Springfield city leaders for a ceremony at the 12-acre Park, which will include a kayak/canoe launch, walking paths, benches, lookouts and a small parking lot.
More than a year after the shooting at the recruitment center on Lee Highway, the Pentagon is allocating $80 million to update protection for its military personnel at recruiting centers.
After working for more than 250 hours on the Fallen Five mural on McCallie Avenue, artist Keven Bate honored the men behind the mural with an official lighting ceremony one year after their deaths.
Kelly Cotton is a local military wife who has become best friends with some of the women whose husbands were killed on July 16th.
In an exclusive interview, Officer Pedigo says the scars remind him of our Fallen Five servicemen and their ultimate sacrifice. He's thankful for all of the community's support this past year.
Now, more people are trained in what to do if they're in an active shooter situation and members of our military are better protected on Tennessee soil.
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Randall Smith was a young family man who stepped up to serve our country, and left a mark on the Chattanooga community.
The last year has been a painful year of firsts for Cathy Wells. Every holiday and special event has been her first without her son, Lance Corporal Skip Wells.
Saturday is the one-year anniversary of the July 16 shootings in Chattanooga, and each of the families of the five fallen servicemen are still dealing with their loss.
The mother of Lance Corporal Skip Wells said she wants to do everything she can to honor her son and the other victims and families from the July 16th shootings.
The first anniversary of the Chattanooga tragedy is now less than a month away. A group of bikers are gearing up for a remembrance ride on July 16th to honor the five fallen servicemen.
Surrounded by various members of the community, Hamilton County Sheriff's Deputy Jeff Gadd was honored with the "Respect for Law Officer of the Year" award.
A newly released song is called Chattanooga Rain, and although Lorri Wyatt never considered herself a songwriter, the words, and the emotions are straight from her heart.
The private ceremony for family and officials was held at the Hunter Museum. The Chattanooga Police Department’s command staff and Mayor Andy Berke were in attendance.