Wednesday, June 20, 2012

UT Students Could Pay More in Tuition Fees
Students at the University of Tennessee could be paying more in tuition fees starting this fall. UT President Joe DiPietro plans to raise tuition by 8%, meaning students would have to pay an extra $578 dollars per year. DiPietro says the University needs the added revenue to cover fixed costs, salary increases and academic initiatives. This will be the lowest percentage increase in tuition since 2009. The UT Board of Trustees will vote on the proposed increase later this week. (ha)

Thursday, September 18, 2014

  • Police say Man Tried to Photograph Girl in Dressing Room in Kingsport
  • Brothers Charged in Bristol Store Robbery Waive Pre-Trial Hearing
  • Man Accused of Stealing Gas from Newspaper Delivery Vehicle
  • Body Found in Watauga Lake
  • Missing Johnson County woman
  • Tenn. Chief Justice sworn in
  • BVU To Charge Non Customers for WiFi at R&R
  • Greene County Leaders Still Can't Agree on a Budget
  • Today is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Day in TN
  • Credit Card Theft and Use Arrest in Johnson City
  • Special Election in Southwest Virginia to Fill Chafin's State Seat
  • Trio Arrested for Johnson City Metal Thefts
  • Education Summit To Convene in Tennessee
  • Amid Budget Cuts, Sheriff Transfers 16 Inmates
  • No Fracking Applications Filed Yet in Washington Co., VA
  • Frank Theaters Manager Wanted
  • Rhythm and Roots Means Longer Museum Hours
  • Former Carter County Deputy Indicted
  • Coalfields Expressway Public Hearing
  • Johnson City Officers Arrest Pharmacy Robbery Suspect



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