Kolton Perry and his grandfather who own a local tow and lawn care service on Trewitt Road in Cleveland say, they are happy to finally have their stolen items back. More>>
Part of Cleveland High School has been deemed unsafe. The Raider Dome is now blocked off due to structural issues.
Three people were taken to the hospital Friday night after a serious wreck near the Hamilton, Bradley County line. More>>
Project Round Up, a customer-funded community assistance initiative created by Cleveland Utilities, may double its projected annual contribution to needy people of $100,000 for its first year. More>>
City leaders in Cleveland, Tenn., apparently weren't expecting police Chief Wes Snyder's abrupt announcement Friday that he will retire Jan. 5. More>>
BRADLEY COUNTY (WRCB) - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is assisting in a death investigation in Bradley County. TBI spokesperson Kristin Helm says the TBI was requested to respond to a death in More>>
Saturday marks 72 years since the Pearl Harbor attack. One of the few living survivors is right here in the Tennessee Valley.Veterans like George Allen, 91, hope the day doesn't fade from America's memory. More>>
The Tennessee Board of Regents has unanimously approved William Seymour to be the next president of Cleveland State Community College. More>>
Our 29th annual Share Your Christmas event will be in Cleveland, Dalton, Jasper and Chattanooga Friday, December 6 from 4:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. More>>
The Sound of Tennessee Barber Shop Chorus of Cleveland sponsored the Cleveland Christmas Benefit Concert, were they paired up with a few schools to put on a show, hoping to save a life. More>>
Hardwick's Clothes in Cleveland has filed for bankruptcy. It's been a family business for 133 years and is America's oldest clothing manufacturer. More>>
Eight of the occupants killed were not wearing seat belts; two of the fatalities were from in alcohol-related crashes. More>>
Hardwick Clothes, America's oldest privately held clothing manufacturer, is among a handful of companies still producing tailored-made clothing in the United States. More>>
A new national movement focused on giving back to others is taking over the country. It's called Giving Tuesday. More>>
The rock slide along the Ocoee River, that shut down part of Highway 64 in Polk County is still causing some delays. It happened a week ago.
They have 600 trees up for grabs, but the money they make from the trees won't be going into their pockets, but rather to help over 50 kids in Cambodia. More>>
A man convicted in the 1999 Valentine's Day triple murder in Cleveland says he did not get a fair trial and is seeking his release from prison. More>>
After going winless in the postseason the past eleven years, the Blue Raiders won a trio of postseason games this fall before their remarkable run ended with a 49-14 loss at Knoxville West in the Class 5A state semifinals Friday night. More>>
Bradley County EMS responded to a single car crash Thursday night just before 10 p.m. at the 34 mile marker northbound. More>>
In the hectic moments leading up to tonight's kickoff, Tre'Var Moore will attempt to do the impossible, stepping away from his teammates to steal a few seconds of solitude. More>>
A Bradley County inmate may face more time behind bars, after police say he tried to hire another inmate to kill his ex-wife. More>>
A Bradley Central High School teacher and assistant girls basketball coach has been indicted for inappropriate relationships with students. More>>
Trucks were out spraying the roads with brine in preparation for winter weather that could be hitting the Tennessee Valley this Thanksgiving week. More>>
Crews responded to a house fire in Bradley County Tuesday morning. More>>
A Bradley County mom says she's desperate to see her children again as a lengthy legal battle drags out. More>>
Tasha Bates, 28, sat emotionless in court Monday as the state, her defense attorney and the judge discussed her sentencing. More>>
In late August Bradley County mom Tasha Bates was convicted of first degree murder and aggravated child neglect in connection to the deaths of her children, River, 3, and Leland, 5. More>>
A search in Bradley County put two burglary suspects in to handcuffs.
Lee University spokesman Brian Conn said Wednesday that school officials were deciding what discipline to take against the two students. More>>
Over 450 Bradley County residents stopped by the Community Service Agency on Thursday to pick up two full bags of food worth 50 dollars per person.
State officials have confirmed that a strain of E. coli that sickened nine children has been matched to animal waste collected at an East Tennessee dairy farm that sells raw milk. More>>
One person is dead and two people injured following a wreck in Bradley County. More>>
Thanks to a new communications satellite launched in 2011, a company named Exede Internet is beaming a message of hope from outer space to those stranded in the Internet wastelands. More>>
Restaurants at eight Tennessee state parks will be open Nov. 28 to serve Thanksgiving dinner. More>>
Johnson's salary was frozen under the federal pay freeze. But his base salary paid for nine months of work, $712,500, represented only 12% of his total compensation. More>>
A family in Cleveland may have to start from scratch after their house caught fire last week. To add insult to injury, the items they were able to salvage, were stolen. More>>
Fifty people, many of them veterans, engaged in a sometimes heated discussion with state officials this week over concerns about a donated 28-acre South Cleveland site earmarked for the proposed Cleveland/Bradley State Veterans Home. More>>
It's a record year for The Salvation Army as they prepare to adopt out over 5,400 angels this year. More>>
It's that time of the year again: Tennessee State Parks is offering special winter rates. More>>
Mass burials are now under way in the Philippines, where the deadly Typhoon Haiyan has claimed more than 4,000 lives so far. But despite all the heartache, there is some good news for one Cleveland family. More>>
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says the state has benefited from a company hired to manage its assets, despite a comptroller's report that suggests the company may have benefited from its own advice, creating a conflict of... More>>
The heartbreaking aftermath of the deadly typhoon is hitting close to home for one Cleveland woman. More>>
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says he's committed to improving the salaries of the state's teachers and plans to provide some degree of funding in his proposed budget to start doing so. More>>
An Athens, Tennessee radio icon passed away Tuesday morning. More>>
The debate continues as Bradley County looks to find a solution to its animal control issues. More>>
Gov. Bill Haslam, first lady Chrissy Haslam and state education Commissioner Kevin Huffman visited Cleveland Middle School on Friday to thank teachers, administrators and students for helping to make Tennessee the nation's fastest-improving state in academic growth. More>>
Cleveland Utilities is moving toward the end of a project intended to improve traffic flow along the 25th Street corridor between Interstate 75 and APD 40. More>>
The city of Cleveland may soon see a new "brew pub" in the area. More>>
Cleveland for a No Kill City is now an officially incorporated non-profit organization.
The Bradley County Sheriff's Office has announced its arrest of swimming pool contractor Bruce Whitten Sr. on a 13-county indictment for failing to complete contracted work. More>>
I-75 southbound at exit 20 in Bradley County is closed due to a single car accident. More>>
Selma Tillich paused in the hallway outside the sprawling auditorium and remembered the day she was saved. More>>
A new report shows there were more than 7,500 cases of bullying reported in Tennessee's public schools during the 2012-13 school year. More>>
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and law enforcement agencies across the state will be collecting unused prescription medications on Saturday. More>>
Atmospheric conditions were just right for the massive April 2011 storm system that spawned hundreds of tornadoes from Texas to New York over four days. More>>
Michael Truelove, 26, recounts the accident 13 years ago that changed his life forever." As soon as I turn on the road the memory comes back of that day," Michael says.
The father of a boy injured in a bicycle accident recognized the EMS responders that helped save his son's life. More>>
It was a tough day for students at a middle school near Cleveland, where a late student was honored Friday. More>>
Three people were taken to the hospital following a crash on Harrison Pike in Bradley County. More>>
A standoff in Cleveland ended peacefully Tuesday morning. More>>
Nearly 400 state workers in the Tennessee Department of Labor are being furloughed because of the partial federal government shutdown. More>>
A Cleveland man has been dubbed 'the miracle man' by his doctors after his heart stopped beating for almost an hour. More>>
According to Amazon, the company this year is creating 7,000 new full-time jobs in the U.S. In Chattanooga, it's shifting "dozens" of temporary positions into full-time positions. More>>
Dozens of volunteers gave of hours of their time, building a pavilion and Sunday Night Hopewell Church of God and members of the community dedicated it and left it with a mark. More>>
The American Civil Liberties Union - Tennessee has sent letters to school administrators to give them legal information regarding school-sponsored prayer at public school football programs.
The prospect of an open House seat will likely pump even more heat into what should be an already lively election season. More>>
Breast cancer takes a toll on families in our area every year. There's the treatment, then the medical bills. Making it difficult for some families to pay for other things like college. It's a burden the Mary Ellen Locher Foundation has aimed to end. So far the group has handed out over $500,000 in scholarships.
Channel 3 Eyewitness News was in Bradley County where a few were handed out Thursday night. More>>
A Cleveland couple says they were tired of paying medical bills for trips to the emergency room that yielded little results. More>>
Twenty-two year-old Avery Shelton, Jr. was arrested Wednesday night and charged with attempted first degree murder and four counts of reckless endangerment. More>>
The Cleveland Police Department is looking for a suspect in connection with a burglary. More>>
Amazon says it plans to convert "thousands" of the temporary jobs into full-time roles after the holiday season. More>>
A local doctor faces a long list of federal charges including fraud and money laundering.
Brown also may face a long life in prison. He faces a 20-year punishment for each count of wire and mail fraud, as well as 10 years for each county of health care fraud and money laundering More>>
It's a drug that police say is newer than most, it's known as Boom or C-boom. More>>
Tennessee middle schools could benefit from a medical science class being piloted at Cleveland Middle School. More>>
Two Bradley Central High School students were taken to the hospital Thursday morning after ingesting a hallucinogenic drug. More>>
This week's Crime Stoppers report comes from Bradley County.
Premiums under the cheapest plan offered in Tennessee would average $181 per month, the third-lowest rate in the country. More>>
The suspect is described the male as white, approximately six foot to six- foot –four-inches tall, with a slender build and broad shoulders. More>>
The Tennessee State Library and Archives is adding more than 1 million newspaper pages to its free online collection. More>>
State elections officials nationwide have declared Tuesday National Voters Registration Day to encourage people to register and participate. More>>
Close friends and family of 13-year-old Alexis Pagan now face the harsh reality, she's no longer here after the car she was riding in careened off Bryan Circle and hit a utility pole Friday night."It takes More>>
The Sheriff's Office says the investigation is ongoing, as they look for answers to what caused the crash. More>>
Bradley County Sheriff's Office is continuing to investigate a fatal traffic crash that occurred Friday night on Bryan Circle. More>>
Today is a day when prisoners of war and others declared missing in action are remembered. More>>
The animal control task force met with groups who would like to take over services. More>>
A Bradley County neighborhood is on edge tonight, after an alleged sexual assault over the weekend. More>>
Cleveland High School honored seventeen graduates as the first members of the School's Hall of Fame. More>>
After a seven month hiatus wrestling has reclaimed its spot at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The sport beat a bid from squash and a joint baseball/softball bid. More>>
Cleveland High's Erin Hattabaugh is among a growing number of teachers who are encouraging the use of cellphones as learning tools in the classroom. More>>
Cleveland State Community College has transitioned from campus security to campus police. More>>
A fatal wreck involving a pickup pulling a boat and a truck shut down a part of Highway 64 in April.
A group of animal activists are upset with the City of Cleveland. The "Cleveland For a No Kill City" group said the city broke a promise and prematurely killed three dogs at the pound.
Recent Walker Valley High School graduate Meeri Shin, now attending the University of California at Berkeley, is headed to Washington to compete for a national Girls Club honor. More>>
A Bradley County mother says more needs to be done to protect children on school playgrounds, after a dog attacked her daughter and another student.