Walker was arrested in June 2018 at the alleged victim’s house in Davidson County after her parents called the police. The girl was 14 years old at the time of the incident.
Diamound Brown wants parents and educators in Chattanooga to take a closer look at the elementary, middle and high school-aged students Walker once transported.
Channel 3 learned more about the new job that will include taking complaints from bus riders and drivers and address them before a crash takes place.
Dunn said she would have used that arrest to challenge the witness's credibility, except Pinkston never told her about it, despite his legal obligation as a prosecutor to share potentially helpful evidence with defendants.
Two serious school bus crashes from November of 2016, including the one from Woodmore, will be part of one NTSB special investigation report.
"My job was to kind of get an estimate of how many patients we're going to have. How many critical, how many are walking wounded, how many are dead. That's what I relayed over the radio," she said. "I think at the time of the call I was guessing maybe 28 [patients]."
A group of close to one hundred local real estate agents were training at the Keller Williams Greater Downtown office during the time of the 2016 Woodmore bus tragedy.
Favors says after surveying members of the house, she didn't feel she had enough votes to get the bill out of the full finance committee.
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III filed a lawsuit against a Texas law firm on Wednesday accusing them of deceiving Woodmore victims.
As lawmakers head to the state capital to begin a new year and a new legislative session, Chattanooga representatives narrow their focus on making seat belts on school buses a requirement.
A special gift arrived early for the holidays as the New Covenant Fellowship Church dedicated its newest playground. The playground is in honor of the six Woodmore children who were killed in a bus crash last month.
The family of Zyanna Harris is the first of the deceased children to file a lawsuit against the driver, the bus company and the bus manufacturer.
Attorneys have filed a lawsuit on behalf of Shanquatta Byrd, a mother of a student that suffered a severe traumatic brain injury in the Woodmore Elementary School bus crash.
Chattanooga Police and Northgate Mall Security believe there is a man on mall property attempting to collect money for Woodmore Elementary and the victims in the Talley Road school bus crash.
There were no bus stops along the 300 block of Talley Road. Hamilton County School officials confirm it was not a part of the driver's scheduled route.
The information contains letters from parents, students, and school officials which document various incidents and complaints against the driver and the students' safety on the bus.
Chattanooga is expected to get its first major rain in months on Monday night, many were concerned about protecting the Woodmore Elementary memorial on Talley Road.
Local LongHorn Steakhouses are hosting a number of pancake breakfasts to benefit the families of the Woodmore Elementary bus crash that occurred on November 21st.