Charles Toney's jail medical report settles conflicting reports
Charles Toney's jail medical report settles conflicting reports

That medical report from the jail supports Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond's statement saying no injuries were noted when Toney was being booked. But Toney's attorney says his client was not thoroughly checked.

Cow steals spotlight at student's graduation photo shoot
Cow steals spotlight at student's graduation photo shoot

University of Missouri students were stunned when a towering dairy cow appeared on campus to make a cameo in a graduation photo shoot.

Veteran's 1954 love letter found at Dalton Walmart returned to rightful owners
Veteran's 1954 love letter found at Dalton Walmart returned to rightful owners

A press release from Walmart says the 64-year-old letter was found a few weeks ago by store associate Dakota Lovain at the store's location on West Walnut Avenue.

UPDATE: Tom Arth officially takes the job at Akron
UPDATE: Tom Arth officially takes the job at Akron

After much speculation on Friday afternoon, the Akron Zips announced on Twitter Tom Arth will be announced as their new head coach on Monday.

What the Tech? Practical gift ideas for almost anyone
What the Tech? Practical gift ideas for almost anyone

It doesn't matter if they're techie or not, anyone with a few things that need charging will appreciate a desktop charging hub.

Bradley County sheriff urging people to watch their mail
Bradley County sheriff urging people to watch their mail

Bradley County Sheriff Steve Lawson is encouraging everyone to be vigilant this holiday season.

Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga leader has dedicated life to improving lives of others
Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga leader has dedicated life to improving lives of others

Michael Cranford has dedicated his life to improving the lives of others.

How long will earthquake aftershocks last?
How long will earthquake aftershocks last?

The National Earthquake Information Center has reported seven aftershocks since an earthquake shook the Tennessee Valley early Wednesday morning.

Wreath sponsorships needed for fallen veterans
Wreath sponsorships needed for fallen veterans

The Chattanooga National Cemetery is in great need of sponsored wreaths for fallen veterans.

No one injured in kitchen fire on Laird Lane
No one injured in kitchen fire on Laird Lane

Firefighters were able to put the blaze out with a dry agent extinguisher.

Fights at several TN Valley schools end with arrests
Fights at several TN Valley schools end with arrests

Several people have been arrested following fights at Brainerd High School and East Ridge High School in Hamilton County and Heritage High School in Catoosa County.

Facebook apologizes after security flaw exposes unpublished photos
Facebook apologizes after security flaw exposes unpublished photos

'We're sorry this happened,' Tomer Bar, engineering director at Facebook, wrote in a blog post about the flaw.

UPDATE: Man shot on Duncan Ave. Thursday night in stable condition
UPDATE: Man shot on Duncan Ave. Thursday night in stable condition

Around 7:15 Thursday night, officers responded to the 2200 block of Chamberlain Avenue on a person shot call.

Black Christmas trees are the biggest trend in holiday decorations
Black Christmas trees are the biggest trend in holiday decorations

Here's why this moody color is so popular for Christmas.

Happy Al-iversary! Al Roker celebrates 40 years with NBC
Happy Al-iversary! Al Roker celebrates 40 years with NBC

TODAY celebrated Al Roker's milestone with celebrity shout-outs, touching remembrances from colleagues and a surprise from his family.

Market St. Bridge to close for quarterly testing, maintenance Sunday morning
Market St. Bridge to close for quarterly testing, maintenance Sunday morning

The bridge will be closed from 8:00 am to no later than 2:00 pm.

A wet Friday and Saturday, but drying out Sunday!
A wet Friday and Saturday, but drying out Sunday!

Rain showers will be on and off today, continuing through tonight.

Facial recognition tech used to scan for stalkers at Taylor Swift show: report
Facial recognition tech used to scan for stalkers at Taylor Swift show: report

Security at a Taylor Swift show secretly used facial recognition technology on the crowd to look out for 'Trouble' — her stalkers, a new report says.

Janet Jackson, Def Leppard, Nicks join Rock Hall of Fame
Janet Jackson, Def Leppard, Nicks join Rock Hall of Fame

Janet Jackson is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on her third try and she's joined by Stevie Nicks, Def Leppard, Roxy Music, Radiohead, the Cure and the Zombies.

Health law sign-ups lagging as Saturday deadline is looming
Health law sign-ups lagging as Saturday deadline is looming

Report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services showed nearly 20 percent fewer new people signed up than at about the same time last year.

2018 saw the most school shootings in recorded US history
2018 saw the most school shootings in recorded US history

People in East Tennessee are part of a nationwide movement to end gun violence after recorded school shootings spiked to record levels.

Black mold-like substance found on drink nozzles gives one restaurant a score of 56
Black mold-like substance found on drink nozzles gives one restaurant a score of 56

If you're thinking about eating out this weekend, health inspectors say one restaurant could use a lesson in basic food safety training.

US 101 holds annual Forgotten Child Fund Toy Drive Friday
US 101 holds annual Forgotten Child Fund Toy Drive Friday

US 101 will be accepting toys and monetary donations, both cash and card.

Volkswagen on track to break last year's sales record
Volkswagen on track to break last year's sales record

Automaker Volkswagen says it is on track for a new annual sales record despite troubles getting vehicles certified for new European emissions tests.

Do you know where your Christmas tree's from?
Do you know where your Christmas tree's from?

Just two states are the largest producers of real Christmas trees in the country.

Tennessee state parks giving grants for student field trips
Tennessee state parks giving grants for student field trips

Tennessee's state parks are taking applications for grants for school field trips.

Priest travels US spreading Gospel 1 good deed at a time
Priest travels US spreading Gospel 1 good deed at a time

Father Jim Sichko has a 50-state congregation and a simple mandate from the pope: Go forth and do good deeds.

Reward rises to $10K in case of man killed by concrete chunk
Reward rises to $10K in case of man killed by concrete chunk

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The family of a man killed when a concrete chunk went through his windshield is now offering a $10,000 reward for more information on the case. News outlets report the family of Joe Crockett Shelton Jr. doubled the reward Wednesday

Dept. of Education to cancel $150 million in student loan debt
Dept. of Education to cancel $150 million in student loan debt

"It’s disappointing that it took a court order to get Secretary DeVos to begin providing debt relief to students," said U.S. Sen. Patty Murray.

Downed power lines create a delay on the North Shore
Downed power lines create a delay on the North Shore

The 800 block of Cherokee Blvd. is closed.

Chickamauga mother concerned about lack of action from school after bullying video
Chickamauga mother concerned about lack of action from school after bullying video

A Gordon Lee High School student's mother wants the school system to do more after a video was shared among students that shows her 14-year-old son being attacked by classmates.

UPDATE: HCSO releases statement on injury claims made by Charles Toney's attorney
UPDATE: HCSO releases statement on injury claims made by Charles Toney's attorney

On Thursday, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office released the a statement on Toney's medical evaluation at the Hamilton County Jail.

UPDATE: 'All clear' given to bomb threats in Tennessee Valley
UPDATE: 'All clear' given to bomb threats in Tennessee Valley

At least 21 states and the District of Columbia received the threats by email, text or phone.

CPD sergeant arrested for solicitation of prostitution, internal affairs investigation underway
CPD sergeant arrested for solicitation of prostitution, internal affairs investigation underway

The TBI will be seeking an indictment as a result of this criminal investigation.

Bridgestone Arena, Nissan Stadium ranked among worst in North America for health violations
Bridgestone Arena, Nissan Stadium ranked among worst in North America for health violations

A new report ranks Nissan Stadium and Bridgestone Arena among the 15 worst sports facilities in North America for health violations out of 111 facilities.

Damage discovered at a Decatur church and helpful information on earthquake insurance
Damage discovered at a Decatur church and helpful information on earthquake insurance

Earthquake insurance is like flood insurance. It is a separate add-on endorsement to your homeowner's or commercial insurance policy. You are not automatically covered.

Mint launches commemorative coins marking moon landing
Mint launches commemorative coins marking moon landing

The U.S. Mint in Philadelphia is marking the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing by launching a new commemorative coin.

Police seek suspect who stole car carrying 2 children
Police seek suspect who stole car carrying 2 children

Police in Tennessee are searching for a man accused of stealing a car that had two children inside of it.

Showers on and off through the day.
Showers on and off through the day.

Good Friday! Our trip to the weekend is going to be a wet one.

Nancy Wilson, Grammy winning jazz singer, dies at 81
Nancy Wilson, Grammy winning jazz singer, dies at 81

Wilson, who retired from touring in 2011, died after a long illness at her after a long illness at her home in Pioneertown, a California desert community near Joshua.

Silverdale students bring holiday spirit to Orchard Knob Elementary
Silverdale students bring holiday spirit to Orchard Knob Elementary

Orchard Knob Elementary became a scene of holiday excitement Wednesday afternoon as more than six hundred students opened their Christmas surprises.

Tennessee Republican sparks pushback after vaccine comment
Tennessee Republican sparks pushback after vaccine comment

Republican U.S. Rep.-elect Mark Green has since walked back the comments he made Tuesday at a town hall, saying he encourages families to vaccinate their children.

UPDATE: Coast-to-coast bomb threats cause evacuations in U.S., Canada
UPDATE: Coast-to-coast bomb threats cause evacuations in U.S., Canada

Many of the threats, none of which have been found to be credible, demanded payment in bitcoin, authorities said.

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