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Thursday, April 28th


Local News- MCMINN COUNTY — The McMinn County Sheriff’s Office says a fight ended in a deadly shooting. Sheriff Joe Guy says deputies responded to a reported shooting at a home on County Road 208 Wednesday night. Guy says they found 52-year-old Ricky J. Charles dead in the home. Sheriff Guy says he believes several people were involved in the ... Read More »

Wednesday, April 27th


Station News- There are certain days you will never forget. Few events in recent memory can match the April 27, 2011 tornado outbreak that ripped through the heart of our area. Lets go inside the numbers, *49 entrapment (residents trapped in collapsed structures) was reported to 911 on the night of April 27. *157 EMS calls answered with 89 transports,and ... Read More »

Tuesday, April 26th


The Chattanoogan- Rep. Dan Howell told members of the Bradley County Commission on Monday night that the county is set to lose $800,000 in revenue from the phase-out of the Hall Tax on interest and dividend income from investments. But he said, “There is just no stomach in Nashville for keeping the Hall Tax.” He said there is a possibility ... Read More »

Monday, April 25th


Press Release- Spokesman James Bradford of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office said one person was brought to a Chattanooga hospital and two others were taken to Tennova in Cleveland Sunday evening after a crash on U.S. Highway 64 at Randolph Samples Road. Dispatch says the accident happened around 8:00 p.m. Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the accident. No other details ... Read More »

Friday, April 22nd


NEWS 4/22/16 Sgt. Evie West Public Information Officer Cleveland Police Department – The Cleveland Police Department was called to Springbrook Apartments located on Blackburn Road on a reported stabbing call before noon on Thursday; the Cleveland Police Department has identified all of the victims in the stabbing at the Apartments. The two deceased victims are Crystal Canino, age 33 and ... Read More »

Wednesday, April 20th


Cleveland Daily Banner- Tennova Healthcare-Cleveland will hold an emergency drill Thursday in cooperation with the Cleveland-Bradley County Emergency Management Agency, Cleveland Police Department, Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Bradley County Emergency Medical Service and other emergency responders. The purpose will be to conduct an exercise to determine readiness, communication capabilities and verification of parameters that have been previously studied, and set ... Read More »

Tuesday, April 19th


The Cleveland Daily Banner- “We went for nothing less than the state-of-the-art plant here in Tennessee,” was Monday morning’s declaration by Dr. Rudolf Staudigl, president and CEO of Wacker Chemie AG.The “official” opening of the massive local plant, and a ribbon cutting was the final stamp of approval. Although the city-sized complex has been in production for several weeks, Monday ... Read More »

Monday, April 18th


The Cleveland Daily Banner- The Bradley County Commission will meet on a different schedule on this Monday as commissioners will be attending the Wacker grand opening this morning. Beginning at 3:30 p.m, the Finance committee will meet for its regular biweekly session. According to Finance chairman Milan Blake, the agenda has only routine matters for review and will not require ... Read More »

Thursday, April 14th


NEWS 4/14/16 Press Release- Sheriff Eric Watson has asked the public for help finding Robert James Ware, III who is being sought on several felony warrants that are the result of investigations conducted by the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office and Cleveland Police Department. Ware, an African-American male who is 31 years old, is being sought on charges that are the ... Read More »

Wednesday, April 13th


Channel 3- UPDATE: Around 6,300 residents were without power Tuesday morning in the Bradley and Polk county areas. The cause was a tree fell on the TVA transmission line along Hwy 64 early Tuesday morning. Power has been restored by the TVA to customers at the Ocoee substations. As of 3p.m. Tuesday afternoon 1,600 people were still without power at ... Read More »