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Tuesday, June 23rd

Larry Wallace, a former director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, presented a report to the members of Cleveland City Council Monday on his investigation into the organizational structure of the city’s police department. Mix1041.1 and Steve Hartline was there after the presentation for an exclusive interview. Mr. Wallace’s primary recommendations were related to hiring policies, the development of a ... Read More »

Wednesday, September 23rd

The Cleveland Daily Banner- Commissioner Thomas Crye began his term of office last year thrashing what he saw as excessive spending by the Bradley County Schools on travel, and bemoaning the need for middle school students to buy their own calculators. Things have changed. Crye invited Director of Schools Dr. Linda Cash to come before the County Commission and give ... Read More »

Tuesday, September 22nd

Press Release- Students at Walker Valley School have been offered counseling after an 11th grader took his own life on Sunday morning. Dr. Linda Cash, Bradley County school director, said a number of counselors were sent to the school and were dispersed throughout the building on Monday. She said the student had been described as “an intelligent, kind and creative ... Read More »

Monday, June 22nd

From The Cleveland Daily Banner- It will be a busy week for Bradley County commissioners, as several meetings dot their landscape for the next week. The work session, scheduled for 7 p.m. tonight, has no announced items for the agenda. However, it is almost certain the area of budgets and animal control will be subjects of discussion. One of the ... Read More »

Monday, September 21st

Press Release- Interim Chief Mark Gibson will be Cleveland’s Chief of Police beginning today. Chief Gibson will begin his duties this morning. He will take his official Oath of Office during the official City Council meeting on September 28th at 3:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. There will be a reception following the City Council meeting to be ... Read More »

Friday, November 20th

Channel 3- CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -All lanes of I-75 north are clear this morning following a multi-vehicle crash earlier Thursday. It happened around mile marker 11 shortly after 6:30 p.m. According to TDOT, multiple vehicles were involved, blocking some of the right lanes. We will update you on any new details as they become available. Channel 3- UPDATE: The McMinn ... Read More »

Thursday, November 19th

Channel 3- Topping our News today more than 2 inches of rain fell yesterday in Etowah, Athens, and Cleveland. The latest round of weather moving through the Tennessee Valley left some viewers in the dark. As of 9:00 pm last night EPB reported, all districts have fewer than 100 outages. Cleveland Utilities reported up to 18 customers were without power. ... Read More »

Friday, June 19th

From Channel 3- MCMINN COUNTY, TN (WRCB) – The safety of a swimming hole in McMinn County is being questioned after a 31-year-old man jumped from a bluff and drowned earlier this week. But the Blue Cove Hideaway is still operating like normal.  Channel 3 spoke with the Blue Cove’s property owner, Charlie Womac. He said he doesn’t consider the ... Read More »

Friday, September 18th

This is a update on a story from yesterday- A Meigs County man is dead after a shootout that started over a stolen rooster. Authorities say the argument started after the man accused his nephew of stealing his prized fighting gamecock. The shooting happened around 2 a.m. on Wednesday in the driveway of a home in the 200 block of ... Read More »

Wednesday, November 18th

The Cleveland Daily Banner- The Bradley County Emergency Management Agency will be one of the agencies working with the Tennessee Valley Authority in an emergency preparedness exercise Wednesday. The exercise will involve an emergency scenario at the Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant, according to TVA, and is part of an ongoing series of training drills required by the Nuclear Regulatory ... Read More »