Wednesday , 27 May 2020

Tuesday, April 21st

Here is today’s news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland:

Topping our news today…

Cleveland Police Department officers responded Monday to a call regarding a male who had been shot at 1407 Jones Avenue in Cleveland. The deceased victim was identified as Ricky Rogers, 57. Earl Maney, 81, was identified as the shooter and detained. Detectives learned that an argument occurred between Mr. Maney (the landlord) and the owners of a business at that location. The argument escalated into a physical assault between Mr. Maney and those parties. Mr. Rogers tried to intervene to stop the incident and was shot by Mr. Maney. Mr. Maney was transported to the Bradley County Judicial Complex and charged with First Degree Murder.

Also in news today…

On Monday, Governor Bill Lee announced the order for Tennesseans to remain at home will expire April 30, with the vast majority of businesses in 89 counties allowed to re-open on May 1.

Some businesses will be able to open as soon as Monday, April 27th. These business will open according to specific guidance that will be provided in accordance with state and national experts in both medicine and business.

The Lee Administration will work with Shelby, Madison, Davidson, Hamilton, Knox and Sullivan counties and their health departments as they plan their own re-open strategies.

In news today…

There will be a Special Called Meeting of the Bradley County Board of Education on Thursday, April 23rd, at 5:30PM. This meeting will be available to view on the Board of Education’s YouTube page.  It will also be available to view the next day on the Bradley County Schools website under Board, then School Board Meetings Video.

And finally…

The latest statistics from the Tennessee Department of Health indicate there are a total of 7.238 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee. To date, there have been 3,575 recoveries, 720 hospitalizations, and 152 fatalities statewide. Bradley County’s total confirmed case count stands at 37, with 33 recoveries and one fatality. In Hamilton County, the total count stands at 118, with 66 recoveries and 12 fatalities. In Polk County, the total remains at 5, with 4 recoveries and no fatalities. In Davidson County, there have been a total of 1,675 confirmed cases, with 843 recoveries and 19 fatalities. In Shelby County, there have been a total of 1,839 confirmed cases, with 657 recoveries and 35 fatalities. You can find the latest statistics on the Tennessee Department of Health website at tn.gov/health, updated at 3PM daily.

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