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Westrock Facility Off Manufacturers Road Damaged By 2-Alarm Fire Sunday Afternoon

Chattanooga firefighters prevented a two-alarm fire from spreading through a massive warehouse on Sunday afternoon. The call came out at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday to the WestRock facility on Compress Street off Manufacturers Road. WestRock makes cardboard boxes. Responding crews could see heavy smoke coming from the structure and knew they were dealing with an active fire. They found heavy flames coming from a hot air fan and exhaust ... (click for more)

Flying man is ready to soar from Bluff View ledge
Flying man is ready to soar from Bluff View ledge

Tony Bigoms, Convicted In 2012 Murder Of Dana Wilkes, Dies In State Prison

Hamilton County Has No New COVID Deaths, 56 New Cases; Tennessee Has 1,117 New Cases, 18 More COVID Deaths


Tony Bigoms, 61, who was convicted in the 2012 murder of Dana Wilkes, died on Friday in a state prison. Bigoms was tried and convicted twice in the murder and dismemberment of Ms. Wilkes. Her body was found on the banks of the Chickamauga River. He was convicted of first-degree murder ... (click for more)

Hamilton County reported 56 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday. The new total of cases in Hamilton County is 40,601. There were no more deaths from the virus in the county reported since Friday, leaving the total at 462. The number of coronavirus cases in Tennessee is at 775,004 on Sunday ... (click for more)



Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report

Type O Blood Donors Needed At Blood Assurance Due To Low Donor Turnout

Police Blotter: Man With Knife At Champy's Asked To Leave; Dropped Coin Allows Woman To Spot Credit Card At Donut Window


Here is the latest Hamilton County arrest report: ABDALLA, OSMAN ZAKARIA 1118 GROVE ST CHATTANOOGA, 374023744 Age at Arrest: 52 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga DOMESTIC ASSAULT ... (click for more)

Blood Assurance is urging all eligible type O donors to make an appointment to donate blood this week to prepare for traumas, natural disasters, and regularly scheduled transfusions to help patients ... (click for more)

Police observed two vehicles parked in the park at 2800 Harrison Pike at 8:45 p.m. Police spoke with the two drivers who said they were just enjoying that it was not raining and could talk outside. ... (click for more)


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