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Shooting On Highway 153 Clogged Traffic For Hours; Stewart Luttrell, 35, Killed; Woman In Same Car Also Shot; 3rd Person, A Child, In Car Not Injured

Stewart Brodie Luttrell, 35, was killed in an accident Tuesday night on Highway 153. A woman, 27, was also injured, and a child in the car was uninjured. At approximately 8:31 p.m., Chattanooga Police were dispatched to a person shot at 590 Highway 153 Northbound. Upon arrival, officers located two adult victims suffering from gunshot wounds and one uninjured child. Mr. Luttrell had an apparent life-threatening gunshot wound and ... (click for more)

Competitors in the Region 3 Class A-AA boy's race come off the starting line for their race Tuesday afternoon at Woodland Park. The Signal Mountain boys and girls won their respective races to qualify for next week's state meet in Hendersonville. See story by John Hunt and more photos by Dennis Norwood in Prep Sports.
Photo by Dennis Norwood
Competitors in the Region 3 Class A-AA boy's race come off the starting line for their race Tuesday afternoon at Woodland Park. The Signal Mountain boys and girls won their respective races to qualify for next week's state meet in Hendersonville. See story by John Hunt and more photos by Dennis Norwood in Prep Sports.

City Buying Lee Highway Motel For $2,785,000 To Provide Affordable Housing, Eliminate Blight

Jeff Eversole Announces Candidacy For Hamilton County Commission


The city of Chattanooga is buying a motel on Lee Highway for $2,785,000 with officials saying the aim is to provide affordable housing and eliminate blight. It is the Airport Inn at 7725 Lee Highway. The purchase is from Sunlight LLC. The purchase comes with all beds and other fixtures ... (click for more)

Jeff Eversole announced he is running for Hamilton County Commission "with plans to bring a business sense to government and to advocate for responsible growth." Mr. Eversole, who has worked for Walmart for nearly 40 years, said he plans to take his experience managing businesses and ... (click for more)



Lake Forest Middle School Student Charged With False Reports Regarding A Social Media Threat

Health Department Moves To No Appointment Necessary At The CARTA Bus Barn

Police Blotter: Questionable Wreck Leads To Disorder At Family Dollar; Man Breaks Beer Fridge Door At Speedway


Around 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Lake Forest Middle School students and faculty began receiving screenshots of a social media threat towards their school with a specific location, time, and plan ... (click for more)

The Hamilton County Health Department is moving to a “no appointment necessary” system effective immediately and invites people seeking the Moderna COVID-19 booster shot to visit the Carta Bus ... (click for more)

Police were dispatched to Family Dollar, 2038 S Willow St., for a wreck turning to a disorder in the parking lot. Police spoke with the driver of a red Nissan Xterra, who said that the driver ... (click for more)


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