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Two Arrested After Body Found in Burned Car

Two people have been arrested, after a body was found inside a burned car in Marion County.

Police Pursuit on Suck Creek Road Ends in Two Arrests

At around 7:40pm Monday evening, Hamilton County deputies say they noticed a vehicle driving crazily on Suck Creek Road. When deputies tried to stop the...

HSCO, Collegedale Police Investigation Yields Numerous Car Theft and Burglary Arrests

Hamilton County, Tenn. (WDEF) - During the month of July 2017, an abnormally high number of burglaries, stolen vehicles and thefts from vehicles occurred...

Signal Mountain police chase ends in crash, two arrested

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, Tenn. (WDEF) - A high-speed chase ended with a crash on Signal Mountain Monday afternoon. Soddy Daisy officers located a stolen car from...

Chattanooga prostitution sting leads to arrests

Chattanooga police pulled off two sting operations last night. What's called "a street and reverse prostitution sting" nabbed six women and five men in...

Police say spring break arrests plummet on Alabama coast

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (AP) - Police in Alabama's two largest beach towns say they're arrested more than 450 spring breakers so far this year,...

Chattanooga Police Department Raids

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) - Chattanooga Police Department took one of our reporters on a ride along today. Besides CPD being involved in the raids, the...

Fort Payne Police make drug arrests for “spice”

Fort Payne Police Department officers and Dekalb County Drug Task Force members served warrants on two people, and made three arrests for drugs.

Police chief apologizes for arrest of 10 children

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) - A Tennessee police chief has offered an apology after his officers arrested 10 elementary school students. Murfreesboro Police Chief Karl Durr...

Cleveland Shoplifting Call Leads To 3 Arrests

David Evans confessed to stealing an unopened gas powered hedge trimmer box from the Keith Street Walmart.
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Weather Update: Friday Morning’s Forecast – July 3rd, 2020

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Did you know you can launch a rocket in your living room? Our “Science Guy,” Jason Lindsey, shows us how to use a few ingredients, from around the house, to launch the Fourth of July rocket.