Chattanooga, TNWTVCFOX

Federal jury convicts Chattanooga gang member on drug charges

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — A federal jury convicted a Chattanooga gang member, along with other Knoxville gang members, on drug charges. The jury found Demetrius Bibbs guilty of conspiring to distribute meth, heroin, fentanyl and other drugs. Court documents say Bibbs was a member of the Black P Stone Bloods. The...
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Florida StateWTVC

Chattanooga homicide suspect arrested in Florida Wednesday

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Chattanooga Police say the man responsible for shooting and killing Maurice Williams on June 30th was arrested in Leon County, Florida Wednesday. According to a press release, Paul Hayden, Jr. faces Criminal Homicide and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm charges. Police say the shooting happened on June...
Cleveland, TNWDEF

Junior and Priss are missing ! REWARD

( white oak / McDonald area ) pleaseeeee send them this and tell them to be on the lookout for these dogs !. They have gotten out and we cant find them. Will kiss you without a second thought. Male is named Junior. Weighs 80-100 lbs. He is SPECIAL NEEDS...
Hamilton County, TNWDEF

State, local health officials give update on Delta variant

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – COVID cases are up across the country, and as the Delta variant continues to spread, it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. “At the end of June we were looking at how to unwind at Erlanger, some of our COVID policies, and try to get back to normal. And clearly that’s come to a screeching halt,” says Dr. Jay Sizemore, the Medical Director of Infection Prevention with Erlanger.
Hamilton County,

Health Department Reports 120 New Daily COVID-19 Cases

Offers School Reopening Guidance, Testing Resources. The Hamilton County Health Department reports 120 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, marking the first time the department has seen cases in the 120 range since March 19, 2021. The number of Hamilton County residents hospitalized for COVID-19 also continues to rise. Last week,...

Hand washing issues land Chattanooga restaurants with low inspection scores

Three Chattanooga restaurants pressed their luck this week with near-failing inspection scores. The Waffle House on Ringgold Road earned the lowest score with a 72. Inspectors said there was no active managerial control, based on the number of violations. They noticed the front hand washing sink was not accessible, and several surfaces were dirty. They also saw an excessive amount of flies inside, and they said the tea urn was not properly covered.