In the space of three weeks, three people have been fatally shot locally, two at residences and one outside a professional's office. All the shooters were white.
Tort reform in Tennessee was supposed to lower exorbitant medical malpractice insurance rates for doctors and hospitals — and therefore runaway medical costs.
Chattanooga financier and multi-millionaire Franklin Haney is always looking for a deal, and his trademark is making money from Uncle Sam by leasing building space to the federal government, while making use of tax loopholes and credits.
The Republican party, many say, is at a crossroads — pundits warn ground zero lies between the establishment Republicans and the tea party. The left salivates at the perceived fissure, hoping to divide conservatives.
When the calendar flips to 2014, it will mark the third anniversary of the only New Year's resolution I've ever kept. My not-so-flat abdominal muscles and rising cholesterol are testaments to this truth.
Before the City Council stands a proposal that homosexuals and their sympathizers insist is simply about equal pay for equal work. Taxpayers should be glad to award spousal benefits to employee's gay partners; doing so will improve the quality of the work force and be fair to gays, whom otherwise are disallowed from receiving benefits as might husband and wife.
There are 135 iPads at our county's STEM school. Every student has one.
We now have a government in Washington that feels it is in charge of everything, yet responsible for nothing.
Caroline Johnson got to work at 8 o'clock on Tuesday morning. The first thing she did was answer her telephone.
One October night, a man named Dale Bryant Farris looked out across his Estill Springs, Tenn., neighborhood and saw some teenagers rolling his neighbor's yard.
Please explain the idiocy of giving the disgraced, impeached, and disbarred ex-president Bill Clinton the Medal of Freedom.
People who get food stamps are branded as “takers.” A million of our veterans get food stamps. Are they takers?
Republicans have their principles, and health care for poor people is not one of them.
This is for the believers in our Lord Jesus Christ: Knoxville; Shreveport, La.; and Chattanooga were first as “Bible-minded” and Christ-centered cities, according to Barna Research, a group that studies the intersection of faith and culture.
Congratulations to Mark West and the other individuals who faced weather and ridicule to gather enough signatures to demand the right to refuse to finance sin and its consequences — after the Chattanooga City Council voted to approve domestic partner insurance benefits for city workers.
Let me start off by saying that the actions of the Marion County High School coaches were in fact inexcusable and unworthy of men to whom parents trust their children.
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