A Harrison, Tenn. man made bond today after a weekend driving incident in a Hixson shopping center parking lot landed him in jail for a charge of inhaling, selling or possession of glue for unlawful purposes.
With investigators closing in and public clamor high, the Bessie Smith Cultural Center employee believed to be the culprit behind the theft of nearly $60,000 turned to community leaders he trusted and then turned himself in to police Monday afternoon.
Coffee County, Tenn., authorities say a local man is charged with murder and abusing the corpse of a woman from Pikeville in Bledsoe County he has admitted to killing, dismembering, and eating part of her remains.
If you're going to Chattanooga's biggest party, be sure to wear the ribbon on your wrist.
Instead of the classic and collectible admission pins — miniatures of the annual poster — festivalgoers this year will wear high-tech wristbands.