According to arrest records, 24-year-old Tamara Marion is facing multiple charges of especially aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor and rape of a child.
After much debate, state senators in Tennessee passed Senate Bill 795, which would fund scholarships to private schools for high-performing students in priority schools in Nashville and Memphis.
Police say a warrant has been issued for the arrest of 31-year-old Brian Eugene Williamson because he failed to report for his regularly scheduled registration.
Rock climbing is something that takes exponential strength, perseverance, and patience. Local paraclimber Ronnie Dickson lost his leg 12 years ago, and is using his experience to help others.
The master plan includes 400 apartment and condominium units, 375 hotel rooms, 475,000 square feet of commercial space
Tunnel Hill Elementary was on lockdown while law enforcement pursued a suspect on foot, according to Whitfield County Schools spokesperson Kristina Horsley.
The Walker County School Board voted to extend Saddle Ridge Middle School teacher Dr. James Barrett's contract four days after he was arrested and charged with possession of child pornography.
The campaign's refusal to rule out using hacked information is in contrast to Democratic presidential candidates who have promised not to.
Disney has kept the film shrouded in so much secrecy that even journalists and critics weren’t permitted to see the film ahead of its premiere.
A Tennessee movie theater that sits across from a church and next to an elementary school is promoting the latest movie in the "Hellboy" franchise as "Heckboy."
The Tennessee Department of Health says visitors to a gas station on Browns Ferry Road may have been exposed to measles.
A small Chattanooga private school has announced it will remain open after previously announcing plans to close due to financial issues.
The total number of measles cases in the country have reached at least 671 in 2019, including two pregnant women in New York diagnosed with the disease.
Sole commissioner Shannon Whitfield said the county will no longer owe $8.7 million to Erlanger at the end of this tax cycle.