Wednesday , 22 May 2019

Local News

Tuesday, May 7th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From the Cleveland Daily Banner… Larry Bowers reports: Cleveland Utilities customers will see a slight rate decrease for the month of May, as compared to April. CU Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Marsall Stinnett informed the board at a recent gathering that customers will see a drop of .25 percent ... Read More »

Monday, May 6th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: Topping our news today… At 1:20AM Saturday, Wacker’s internal Fire Department responded to a small fire on the 4th floor of a non-processing building in the facility. A cloud of smoke and water vapor from the fire truck was visible. Wacker requested assistance from Bradley County and Cleveland City Fire Departments ... Read More »

Friday, May 3rd

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… The Cleveland Police Department is seeking help in locating Jacobe Boyd, a runaway juvenile. Boyd was last seen on April 10, in the area of 25th Street and Georgetown Road. Anyone with information about Boyd’s whereabouts is urged to contact Det. Matt Landolt at 423-559-3389 or send a ... Read More »

Thursday, May 2nd

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From WRCB Channel 3.. Tennessee lawmakers have wrapped up their work on a voucher-style bill, punctuated by a Senate debate over projected costs and provisions that could make students from families who are in the country illegally ineligible. Close House and Senate votes Tuesday offer freshman Republican Gov. Bill Lee the ... Read More »

Wednesday, May 1st

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From the Chattanoogan… The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released its annual ‘Crime on Campus’ publication on Tuesday, detailing the volume and nature of crime on Tennessee’s college and university campuses. The report compiles data submitted to TBI through the state’s Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (TIBRS). Among the report’s findings: Crime ... Read More »

Tuesday, April 30th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From WRCB Channel 3… Two additional cases of measles were confirmed by the Tennessee Department of Health State Public Health Laboratory Monday. This brings the total number of measles cases in Tennessee in 2019 to three. The two new cases are associated with the first measles case in Tennessee this year ... Read More »

Monday, April 29th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From the Cleveland Daily Banner… Richard DeVos Jr. will deliver the address at Lee University’s spring commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 4, at 9:30 a.m. on the South Campus Quad. DeVos is president of The Windquest Group, a prominent investment management firm in Michigan.   Graduation festivities will begin with the ... Read More »

Friday, April 26th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: In news today… On the morning of April 24th, Deputies responded to a residence on Georgetown Rd in reference to a burglary in progress. Hamilton County deputies also responded due to the fact the home sits near the county line. Hamilton County Deputies arrived first and detained Christopher Thomas Goewey who ... Read More »

Thursday, April 25th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From WRCB Channel 3… The Tennessee Department of Health says people could have been exposed to measles at two gas stations in East Tennessee; one in Chattanooga. Health officials say they were able to pinpoint the locations while investigating a case of measles in an East Tennessee resident. The two locations ... Read More »

Wednesday, April 24th

Here is today’s news, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: Topping our news today, from WRCB Channel 3… Crews from across Loudon County have made progress extinguishing flames that engulfed the county courthouse, causing devastating damage to the structure. The nearly 150-year-old historic courthouse has been deemed a ‘significant if not total loss,’ according to county mayor Buddy Bradshaw. When the ... Read More »