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Thursday, December 22nd

The Chattanoogan- A new federal suit in the tragic Woodmore Elementary School bus crash names the Hamilton County Schools and transportation director Ben Coulter as defendants. The suit was filed by Chattanooga attorney Ronnie Berke, who represents two families. Six children died in the Nov. 21 crash on Talley Road in Brainerd. The suit also names bus driver Johnthony Walker ... Read More »

Wednesday, December 21st

Cleveland Daily Banner- Commission Chairman Louie Alford wished the citizens of Bradley County a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year on behalf of his colleagues when they met for a voting session Monday. The holidays for the commissioners began quickly as they dispatched with the one piece of business on the agenda. Commissioners gave unanimous approval to a resolution ... Read More »

Tuesday, December 20th

Times Free Press- A Cleveland man has been sentenced to 75 years in prison for a 2015 stabbing that injured three people. The sentence, handed down by Judge Frieberg, was announced Monday by 10th Judicial District Attorney General Steve Crump. Vicente Ramirez Fernandez had been charged with attempted first-degree murder after police say he stabbed the mother of his child, ... Read More »

Wednesday, December 14th

Channel 3- A fire at a Cleveland apartment complex left five families without a roof over their heads Tuesday night. It happened around 7:45 p.m. at 563 Central Avenue. Cleveland police spokeswoman Evie West says the fire started in vacant apartment number 3. Several reports of entrapment came in to the 911 center. West says firefighters safely evacuated the families ... Read More »

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Tuesday, December 13th

Times Free Press- update A shooting in Cleveland took place just after midnight Monday morning at the 2300 block of Blackburn Road at Springbrook Apartments, leaving one dead and another injured. The deceased victim has been identified as 18-year-old Adam Johnson.The other victim, a juvenile, was transported to a local hospital by EMS and is reportedly improving, listed in stable ... Read More »

Tuesday, December 6th

Times Free Press- Woodmore Elem. Bus Crash A minor will suffer from disability, disfigurement and a traumatic brain injury because of the deadly Woodmore Elementary school bus crash, according to a third lawsuit filed Monday in connection with the tragedy. Walker will appear back in court December 15th. The Cleveland Daily Banner- Bradley County taxpayers wanting to “dump the lump” ... Read More »

Tuesday, November 29th

Local News- The heavy winds and rains in our area is forcing a delay Tuesday for Polk County students. School officials say, due to the downed trees and power lines causing outages, students will be on a 2-hour delay Tuesday.All of the other school systems in our listening area will open on-time. Channel 3- As of midnight currently 30 structures ... Read More »

Monday, November 28th

Beneficial rain still looks promising this week across the entire region! It won’t be enough to get rid of the drought, but it should be enough to put out the wildfires. Rain, Round 1: Monday night, the vast majority after midnight, Wind gusts of 25-30 mph are likely in the valleys; Rain will be heavy for a while, totaling up ... Read More »

Friday, November 25th

Channel 3- Officials confirm a man woke up to the smell of smoke in his home. Tri-Community Volunteer firefighters responded to a house fire in Ooltewah Thursdaynight. The fire was reported at 5526 Twin Oaks Drive shortly after 8:00 p project management web app.m. Tri-Community Volunteer Fire Department responded to the scene reporting 80% of the house was fully involved. ... Read More »