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What Did They Cover in Chattanooga Last Night?

The stations in Chattanooga, TN, showed off some longer form storytelling on their evening newscasts last night.

There was little duplication in what the stations covered.

The interesting story of the night goes to the election to oust three Tennessee Supreme Court Justices. Both CBS affiliate WDEF and ABC affiliate WTVC covered the story. But it was the Sinclair owned WTVC that looked deeper into the election, even calling out a conservative PAC’s ad as misleading.

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Former Anchor Running for Tennessee State Legislature

howell_wdsiFormer WDSI anchor Dan Howell has announced plans to run for the Tennessee State House District 22 in 2014.

Howell started working at the Chattanooga, TN, FOX affiliate in 1994. For the past five years he has been executive assistant to Bradley County Mayor Gary Davis.

“I determined if I were ever given the opportunity to repay this community I would take it,” Howell said in a statement. “That is why I am announcing my campaign for State Representative.”

In 2002, Howell was named “Religion Reporter of the Year for Secular Media” by the Religion Newswriters of America.

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Chattanooga Stations Cover Tornado Threat

Local stations in Chattanooga were in various states of continuing coverage today as severe weather tore through the region, which was under a tornado warning for most of the day.

“We will remain on the air throughout the afternoon until the threat passes for everyone,” WTVC wrote on Facebook. The ABC-affiliate had continuing coverage beginning at 11 a.m. with meteorologists David Glenn, Bill Race and Jason Disharoon, as well as reporters Sarah Jennings and Kevin Sims.

CBS-affiliate WDEF had extended coverage from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., anchored by meteorologists Patrick Core and Chip Chapman. Anchor Nordia Epps contributed headlines.  Read more