Home Instead Senior Care Of Chattanooga has launched Family Caregiver Stress Relief, a public awareness campaign to assist home caregivers. Caregivers can use tools that identify the role of a caregiver and determine risks of emotional and physical issues.
An interview with Dr. Daryl Black of the Chattanooga History Center
The Chattanooga History Center is on the verge of opening their newly designed location in the beginning of next year. The museum has teamed up with New York's Ralph Appelbaum Associates, a museum design firm, to create the new center.
The ACLU released a study recently, The War On Marijuana In Black And White, which says there’s a disparity in who gets arrested for marijuana—black people are far more likely to be arrested for possessing pot than white people are. However, the study indicates that blacks and whites use marijuana at comparable rates.
In this news feature, WUTC's Michael Edward Miller examines why the disparity might exist. He speaks with one of the study's authors, as well as several criminal justice experts, and Congressman Steve Cohen, who introduced a bill earlier this year to create a National Commission on Federal Marijuana Policy.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's School of Nursing has launched a new program to help people who have severe, persistent mental illness get quality health care. The project's innovative approach uses Tai Chi, wellness visits and education.
June is one of the busiest months for McKamey Animal Center. The shelter is providing a number of adoption specials and having their first K-9k, a trail run where dog owners can actually run alongside their pets.
Dave Porfiri, his wife Linda Duvoisin, and their children are spending their summer in an RV, driving around the Volunteer State and raising awareness about litter. Their project, Pickin' Up Tennessee, involves litter cleanup clinics and live music events. Their tour takes them all across the state.
On Saturday June 15th, L2 Boards will be presenting the second annual Kewl Race, a competition which includes climbing, stand up paddle boarding, and trail running. The Kewl Race will benefit the MacLellan Island wildlife sanctuary.
An interview with Tim Moreland and Jenny Park of Open Chattanooga
The National Day of Civic Hacking is Saturday, June 1st and Sunday, June 2nd. In cities across the nation, software developers, hackers, and citizens are coming together to create new technology that may help communities, neighborhoods, and cities. Chattanooga will be taking part in the national event with a local hack-a-thon.