Thursday, April 12, 2012

More Cops, More Stops in April
More Cops, More Stops is an effort by the Governorís Highway Safety Office to save lives. They plan to crack down on traffic safety violations including impaired driving, seat belt use, distracted driving, and speeding. During the month of April Tennessee is one of two states working with the U.S. Department of Transportationís National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to provide this high visibility enforcement campaign. State and local law enforcement want to remind all drivers and passengers to never drink and drive, always buckle up, obey the speed limit, and eliminate all distractions inside their vehicles while driving. They point to research and fatal crash statistics to show how young adult males, ages 18 to 34 are the most likely to practice these high-risk behaviors behind the wheel. Nationally in 2010, distracted driving claimed over 3-thousand lives and led to well over 400-thousand injuries. (bg)

Monday, September 01, 2014

  • Wellmont on Agenda for Kingsport Board of Mayor and Aldermen
  • Child Run Over in Driveway Near Bristol
  • Tobacco at issue as Sullivan County School Board is set to Meet
  • Labor Day Means More Police Patrols in Johnson City
  • Animal Ordinance Changes will be considered by Bristol, Tennessee City Council
  • Retirement of One of Longest Serving Virginia State Troopers; from the Bristol area
  • Sullivan County Authorities Make Sullivan Gardens Drug Bust
  • Hammer Assault Lands a Johnson City Son in Jail
  • Man Flown to Hospital After Boone Lake Injury
  • Russell County Fire Under Investigation
  • Three Kingsport Traffic Fatalities in One Week
  • VSP Search for Missing Russell County Man
  • 12-Year Old Boy Dies After Kingsport Crash
  • Elizabethton Man Arrested for DUI, 6th Offense
  • Settlement with Fired Sullivan County Highway Workers Likely to Come Up for Another Vote
  • Newly Renovated J. Fred Johnson Stadium Opens to Enthusiasm in Kingsport
  • Jury Deliberations to Start Tuesday in Former Virginia Governor's Corruption Trial



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