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Bradley County Schools break ground on PIE Center

BRADLEY COUNTTY, Tenn (WDEF) - Bradley County Schools officially broke ground on the new PIE center on Tuesday morning. Partnerships in Industry and Education or PIE. The...

Gov. Lee and First Lady help build a Habitat for Humanity home

CLEVELAND, Tenn (WDEF) - It’s Leaders Day for the Habitat for Humanity Organization. On Friday, several volunteers, community leaders including the Governor and his wife, were...

Red Sand Project brings awareness to Human Trafficking

HAMILTON COUNTY, Tenn (WDEF) - The Hamilton County Health Department has partnered with local community organizations to help raise awareness to human trafficking. One way they ...

Mask Up Monday in Walker County

Legge said masks are also important, because some people may be reluctant to get tested, "We feel like there is a number of people who are just staying home and are not going to get a confirmed test."

More events cancelled and going on despite Covid-19

News on World's Longest Yardsale, Sequatchie County Fair & Jehovah's Witnsses Convention

‘Chattanooga Unite’ concert at Tennessee Riverpark

The Friends of the Festival organization held the 'Chattanooga Unite' concert Saturday at the Tennessee Riverpark.

School Board to vote on Bradley County Schools reopening plan Thursday

BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn (WDEF) - The 2020 school year is right around the corner and parents are wondering what school will look like for students...

‘Back The Blue’ Rally in Chattanooga

In support of local law enforcement, community members came together for a Back the Blue Rally in Chattanooga.

City of Cleveland cannot move the Confederate Statue

CLEVELAND, Tenn (WDEF) - Over the last few weeks confederate statues across the country are being removed from cities.  Recently a petition started to remove a...

Juneteenth Demonstrations on the Walnut St. Bridge

News 12 captured the sights and sounds of the event and organizers explain the significance of the Juneteenth holiday.

The City of Dalton Debates Over the Joseph E. Johnston Statue

The city of Dalton is facing controversy over whether the Joseph E. Johnston statue should be removed.

Day Nine of Chattanooga Protests Sheds Light on the “LGBTQ” Community

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- Day nine of protest is not slowing down in numbers. Dozens of Protesters showed up at Miller Park ready to march on...

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Lee Flames Win Home Opener Over Shorter 70-60

(leeuflames.com) After five road games and three home postponements the Lee men's basketball team finally got back on its home court inside Walker Arena,...

Local coalition concerned about coronavirus testing

DALTON, Ga. (WDEF) - "These are elected officials and they serve the people. They do not serve corporations. They do not serve their political...

Officials back Tennessee Guard amidst inauguration loyalty concerns

"If anyone challenges your loyalty, it is unfortunate."