Woman injured escaping house fire this morning
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Submitted: 01/18/2018 - 1:23pm
Tags: Chattanooga Fire Dept. CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) Two women barely escaped a house fire Thursday morning in Brainerd. Firefighters got the call around 9 AM to a home at 4615 Old Mission road.
NASHVILLE (WDEF) – The jury selection for the trial of Benjamin Brewer begins Thursday in Nashville.. A jury will be picked in Davidson County and then the trial returns to Chattanooga on the 22nd. Prosecutors say Brewer had drugs in his system during the 2015 crash that killed six people on Interstate 75 in Ooltewah. Brewer faces a number of charges including DUI. ...
BENTON, Tennessee (WDEF) – Polk County investigators have charged three people in a deadly shooting from last week. The Polk County Sheriff calls the case a drug transaction gone bad. Now two juveniles and an adult face felony murder charges. Sheriff Steve Ross says the three suspects went to a home on highway 411 for a drug deal. He says at some point an altercation broke out and one of the suspects started shooting. The adult charged in the case is 18 year old Robert Benton.
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