3 In Your Town: A day with Chattanooga SWAT
3 In Your Town: A day with Chattanooga SWAT

Annually, the SWAT team responds to no less than 40 situations involving barricaded suspects and high-risk warrants.

3 In Your Town: When Soddy met Daisy
3 In Your Town: When Soddy met Daisy

The city was formed in 1969 when the communities of Soddy and Daisy, along with nearby developed areas along U.S. Highway 27, merged to form Soddy-Daisy.

3 In Your Town: The 'Spirits' of two Daltons
3 In Your Town: The 'Spirits' of two Daltons

One town name, one family name, and a similar career. All separated by a few thousand miles of water.

3IYT: Surfing the Tennessee River
3IYT: Surfing the Tennessee River

The Channel 3 morning team decided to test their water skills on the Tennessee River.

3IYT: Tunnel Through History
3IYT: Tunnel Through History

Completed in 1850, the W&A Tunnel was the first major railroad tunnel south of the Mason-Dixon Line and the first through the Appalachian Mountains.

Chattanooga's first railroad: The Underground Railroad
Chattanooga's first railroad: The Underground Railroad

180 years ago today in Hamilton County a slave named Jacob Cummings set out to free himself and better the lives of those around him.

3IYT: Coca-Cola Bottling Celebrates 120 Years
3IYT: Coca-Cola Bottling Celebrates 120 Years

Chattanooga is the site of the World's First Coca-Cola Bottling Company.

3IYT: From Huntsville to the Moon
3IYT: From Huntsville to the Moon

Huntsville, Alabama, also known as the “Rocket City,” is home to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, where the Saturn V was developed.

Ooltewah's Smith-Perry Berries previews sunflower fields
Ooltewah's Smith-Perry Berries previews sunflower fields

Sunflowers should be blooming about a week later than last year because of the lack of rainfall.

3IYT: The Origins of the Trail of Tears
3IYT: The Origins of the Trail of Tears

According to the United States government, the Trail of Tears starts in Charleston, Tennessee, and stretches 781 miles to Westville, Oklahoma.

Chattanooga City Council to rename building after John P. Franklin
Chattanooga City Council to rename building after John P. Franklin

John P Franklin was the recipient of numerous awards and honors from many professional and civic groups for his educational and civic involvement.

Meet Eddy the Whitfield Deputy K9
Meet Eddy the Whitfield Deputy K9

Deputy Todd Thompson's partner enjoys busting bad guys and belly rubs.

3IYT: Saving St. John's Restaurant
3IYT: Saving St. John's Restaurant

The building was abandoned in 1983 and originally slated for demolition, it was instead renovated and reopened in 1999 as a mixed-use structure housing restaurants, retail shops, and apartments.

3IYT: Chattanooga's Oldest Standing Building
3IYT: Chattanooga's Oldest Standing Building

The Ross Meehan Foundry has been given a second life as the Naked River Brewing Company

3IYT: The history, and the future, of Chattanooga's Terminal
3IYT: The history, and the future, of Chattanooga's Terminal

Cornerstones, Chattanooga's only non-profit Historic Preservation Organization, exists to preserve the architectural heritage and urban fabric of Chattanooga.

1890's Day Jamboree kicks off in Ringgold
1890's Day Jamboree kicks off in Ringgold

For more than 40 years, the people of Ringgold gather on the streets of downtown just to blow off some much needed steam.

3IYT: Canoeing at Reflection Riding
3IYT: Canoeing at Reflection Riding

You can rent a canoe at Reflection Riding or bring your own boat to tour beautiful Lookout Creek.

3IYT: A different rock city
3IYT: A different rock city

Over the decades, families have grown to love this beacon of creativity and imagination

3IYT: The origins of St. Elmo
3IYT: The origins of St. Elmo

The name St. Elmo, is derived from the title of the novel, St. Elmo by Augusta Evans Wilson.

3IYT: Anna Ruby Falls
3IYT: Anna Ruby Falls

Anna Ruby Falls is located near Unicoi State Park in White County near Helen, Georgia.

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