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The Presidential Visit: Stay with Channel 3 for the latest news

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Amrine One departs the White House Tuesday, with the President heading to Chattanooga. Knoxnews photo Amrine One departs the White House Tuesday, with the President heading to Chattanooga. Knoxnews photo
CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -

Channel 3 Eyewitness News will cover the historical Presidential Visit from wheels down to wheels up Tuesday.

President Barack Obama will visit Chattanooga, and speak at the Amazon Fulfillment Center as part of his "A Better Bargain for the Middle Class," a series of speeches, where the President will outline his plan for re-building the economy, and focusing on the middle class of America.

With a full team of experienced reporters in the field, expect reports with insight and the latest news from all over the Tennessee Valley.

We'll have live coverage from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m. on Channel 3 and live streaming at WRCBtv.com.

You can watch anywhere, with Channel 3's mobile streaming to your iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone or Android device.

You can also keep up with WRCB on Facebook and twitter, where you'll find updates and changes that may occur during the visit.

Stay abreast of the impact on traffic by following the WRCB Traffic on twitter, and use our exclusive WRCB Traffic app for your iPhone, iPad and Android device.

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