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Weather Update: Sunday’s Forecast – October 2nd, 2022

Weather Update: Sunday’s Forecast – October 2nd, 2022

WDEF TV News 12 Weather:  More Sunshine, Not As Breezy For Your Sunday! Sunday: Lots of sunshine, not as breezy, and pleasant. Highs: mid 70’s. Winds: northerly at 5-10 MPH. Sunday Night: Mostly clear and cool. Lows: low 50’s. Winds: Light Monday: Lots of sunshine, dry, and pleasant. Highs: mid 70’s. Winds: Northeast at 3-5…

“Team Up for Kids” Boot Drive Raises Thousands for Shriner’s Hospital

“Team Up for Kids” Boot Drive Raises Thousands for Shriner’s Hospital

Whitfield County Firefighters and Dalton Shriners team up for the “Team Up for Kids” boot drive. DALTON, Ga. (WDEF)- The Whitfield County Fire Department and the Dalton Shrine Club came together today for a great cause. Around 50 personnel from the Whitfield County Fire Department along with Dalton Shriners stationed themselves at five locations in…

Electric Vehicle Festival Showcase Many Types of Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicle Festival Showcase Many Types of Electric Vehicles

An electric Mack Smith truck showcased at the Chattanooga Drive Electric Festival. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- Electric vehicle enthusiasts gathered on Chattanooga’s west side today for a showcase of any kind of electric vehicle you can think of. The inaugural Chattanooga Drive Electric Festival was hosted by the Drive Electric Scenic City organization. Their goal is…

Local Businesses Accepting Donations for Ian Relief

  CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF)- With the devastation caused by Hurricane Ian across the southeast, particularly in Florida, many are looking for ways to help hurricane victims. Two local businesses are teaming up to provide much needed relief. The Pins and Needles Quilt Shop along with Miller’s Ale House is accepting donations for hurricane relief. These…

Local 911 workers heading to Florida to help

NAPLES, Florida (WDEF) – We’ve seen power crews, emergency aide teams and the National Guard head south to help with the hurricane recovery. Now some local telecommunicators are making the trip. Six dispatchers for Hamilton County’s 911 system left for Naples, Florida on Friday. They will be joined by 16 other telecommunicators from around Tennessee.…

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