Published February 10, 2013
Almost a dozen couples walked down the aisle thanks to Weddings for Warriors. The group plans, hosts and pays for ceremonies and vow renewals, all thanks to the work of more than 100 businesses, local and across the nation.
Published January 26, 2013
While cities across the nation struggle to create jobs, officials in Chattanooga, Tenn., have a plan to grow its economy at the speed of light.
Published December 22, 2012
King of Pops founders Nick and Steven Carse made national headlines when the brothers' homemade popsicle business became popular across the southeast. The duo was a small business success story -- especially after Steven was laid off from his job as an AIG product analyst.
Published December 02, 2012
Spelman College's million-dollar sports budget -- typically used for uniforms, travel and referees -- will now be diverted to pay for a state-of-the-art gym and campus-wide wellness programs intended to help all students on campus. This is the last year Spelman students will be able to participate in NCAA Division III sports.
Published November 17, 2012
A group of Tennessee researchers and graduate students are changing the face of fuel economy. They are designing a unique, plug-in hybrid retrofit kit that works on any vehicle on the road, potentially saving those who make the investment 50-100% on in town fuel costs.
Published October 18, 2012
With an alarming number of soldiers and veterans committing suicide, the Pentagon is hoping that smart-phone technology can help reverse that trend.
Published September 22, 2012
For the past two years, dozens of states have debated allowing college students to carry concealed weapons on campus. The issue is heating up in the Peach State where Georgia Tech students say an uptick of campus violence, has made them uneasy. Some want the right to carry concealed weapons on campus.
Published September 16, 2012
Two southeast companies that make U.S. military uniforms are shedding hundreds of jobs, as the government looks to federal inmates for the fatigues.
Published August 22, 2012
The Centers for Disease Control said Wednesday this is shaping up to be the worst year ever for West Nile Virus, with 41 deaths and more than 1,100 cases reported
Published August 18, 2012
There are more than 27 million small businesses across the nation, and it's a challenging feat to open one after a recession. But in light of constant unemployment news, there is an emerging trend of folks who brainstorm business ideas they launch on their free time -- and grow into a full time gig, replacing their desk jobs.