published Monday, January 7th, 2013

Top 5 things to know in the Chattanooga area today

1) JUDGE'S SON JAILED AFTER POLICE SAY HE CHARGED THEM

A Chattanooga judge's teenage son was jailed after he reportedly charged at Hamilton County deputies during an arrest over the weekend, authorities said.

2) HANDCUFFED MAN STEALS POLICE CAR

Police in Cleveland, Tenn., are offering a reward to anyone helping find a man who stole a police car Saturday night with his hands cuffed behind his back.

3) LEE CHOIR REHEARSING FOR INAUGURATION

Lee University's 200-member Festival Choir is polishing its performance and honing its harmonies in preparation for its scheduled appearance at the U.S. Capitol shortly before the midday swearing-in on Jan. 21.

4) KIMBALL MAY BUY PROPERTY FOR PARK

City administrators have decided to make an offer to purchase a small piece of property at 120 Raulston Cove Road that includes a dilapidated house.

5) YOUR LOOK AT TRAFFIC

An accident was reported on Highway 153 this morning, as well as a second car accident on Appling Street. For the most part, roadways are clear.

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