Monday, April 16, 2012

TN To Adopt New Ways To Discipline Judges
Tennessee is about to adopt a new method for disciplining judges that supporters say contains more accountability and should help restore the public's faith in the judicial system. The proposal that overwhelmingly passed both chambers of the Legislature and is being reviewed by the governor would terminate the Court of the Judiciary in July.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

  • Kidnapper on The Run in Kingsport After Trying to Snatch 13-month-old Son
  • Surveillance Video Revealling in Gate City Liquor Store
  • Two Arrested in Meth Bust at Bristol, Tennessee's Village Square Apartments
  • Bristol, Virginia City Council Meets Behind Closed Doors Concerning "Business Prospect"
  • Greeneville Police Launch Inquiry Into the Death of Two Infants
  • Governor McAuliffe to Increase Budget
  • Car Stolen Out of Washington State Crashes in Abingdon, Suspects on the Run
  • Scott County Lawmakers Looking at a Site Outside of Gate City for New Animal Shelter
  • Johnson City Man Charged for Burglarizing Apartments in His Complex
  • Bulls Gap Man Charged for 2012 Rogersville Fire
  • Man Charged in the Death of Johnson County Prison Inmate
  • Johnson City Leaders to Consider New Treatment Center Policies
  • Former Lebanon High Secretary Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement
  • Blountville Man Seeks New Trial after Murder Conviction
  • Four Charged in Meth Bust in Elizabethton
  • Police Seek Suspect Who They Say Shot His Brother Twice in Russell County
  • Grand Jury Indicts Hawkins Co. Dentist & Daughter on TennCare Fraud
  • ETSU Economist: Tri-Cities Sales for 3Q Best Showing in Two Years
  • Still No Ambulance Regulations for Hawkins County



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