Gov. Bill Haslam has signed into law a bill changing liquor distillery laws and opening the way for Chattanooga Whiskey Co. to begin manufacturing its product in the city it calls home.
Under Mayor Andy Berke, crime fighting and public safety in Chattanooga will be a joint effort.
The Chattanooga City Council unanimously denied a zoning change for a developer who is suing the city for making the same call in 2011.
The Chattanooga Animal Control Board has a lot of homework to do if the city is going to become fowl friendly.
East Ridge is 0 for 82 in turning city manager applications into actual city managers this year. But the City Council will keep searching.
NASHVILLE — A conservative Republican lawmaker says he sees a liberal slant among Tennessee public university student and faculty councils choosing speakers and events paid for from student activity fees.
NASHVILLE — Gov. Bill Haslam says he's likely to sign into law a bill updating the state's 2009 liquor distillery statute despite questions raised about two real estate investments he has with a Knoxville developer who helped push the bill.
Roy Herron is tired of seeing Tennessee politics as the go-to joke for late-night TV hosts.
WASHINGTON — By Thursday, after a week of fallout from a growing IRS scandal and the Department of Justice's raid on journalists' records, Tennessee's senior senator wasn't the first Republican to link President Barack Obama with President Richard Nixon — he of the enemies list, secret tapes and Watergate.
The voice of Mark West and the sound of static at once entered an uneasy room Thursday night.
WASHINGTON — The IRS subjected the Chattanooga Tea Party to "unnecessary" questioning and "significant processing delays" in the group's request for nonprofit status, according to an inspector general's report and documents obtained by the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Wednesday passed a water and transportation bill that could resume construction at the unfinished lock at Chickamauga Dam.