Mayoral candidate Andy Berke joins us for an interview. The upcoming March 5th election has three candidates vying for Chattanooga mayor. WUTC asked all three candidates about their leadership experience, family background and positions on various issues.
Three candidates are running for Chattanooga mayor: Andy Berke, Guy Satterfield and Robert Chester Heathington, Jr. WUTC interviewed all three candidates and asked them about their leadership experience, family background and positions on various issues. In this segment, Heathington joins us.
Michael Edward Miller and Mary Helen Miller explore Tennessee's contentious wine laws.
The majority of states allow grocery and food stores to sell wine. Not Tennessee. Here in the Volunteer State, liquor stores alone can sell packaged wine. In this segment, WUTC examines the history and rationale behind this law. WUTC also explores current debates about changing it.
A 3D printer at Co.Lab prints a part that will improve its own function.
While still far from the mainstream, a handful of 3D printers have popped up around town. The Company Lab, a non-profit that helps businesses start in Chattanooga, acquired a printer at the beginning of the year. We stopped by to see what all the buzz was about.
In Tennessee, when a teenager is the victim of statutory rape, the law could consider the teenager an accomplice in the crime. Some people are outraged over this law, which dates back to 1895. In this segment, WUTC explains what the law really means and why it's been on the books so long.