Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Motorcycle Awareness Month
State Officials are promoting motorcycle safety awareness month as motorcycle fatalities rise in Tennessee. Thirty-eight motorcyclists have died in state crashes this year which is up 31-percent from 2011. Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons said unseasonably warm weather may be to blame for the increase. He says it's important for motorists and motorcyclists to educate themselves to be alert and follow the rules of the road. Motorcyclists and their passengers are required by Tennessee law to wear helmets as they are more vulnerable than passengers in vehicles.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

  • King University Breaks Ground on Oval Restoration
  • Roe Seeks Immediate Lift of Ban on Firearms on Military Grounds
  • Haslam Headed to the Tri-Cities to Push For Hike in Gasoline Tax
  • Police: Fatal Crash Went Undetected for a Day
  • Wes Rosenbalm Resigns from Job at Johnson City V-A Center
  • BVU Writing Policies in Wake of Financial Scandal
  • Utility Puts Condition on Participation in Bristol "Brand" Study
  • Mine Accident Under Investigation
  • Two More David Crockett Players Sent to Alternative School in Wake of Hazing Investigation
  • Murder, Dismembering Case in Carter County Scheduled to go to Grand Jury
  • New Poll Shows Virginians Split on Removing Rebel Flag from S.O.C.V. License Plate
  • Report: Members of Crips Source of Fight, Lockdown at Mountain City Prison
  • Hawkins County Deputies Arrest Woman for Second Time in Two Weeks
  • Hawkins County Woman Arrested After She Was Found With Drugs



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