Friday, January 04, 2013

No Refusal Numbers
Washington County, Tennessee saw numbers for DUI arrests fall this holiday period. This could be because of the no refusal checkpoints held throughout the state. This means if someone is stopped and suspected of being intoxicated but refuses to be tested that officers can get a warrant to force the subject to be tested. Officers in the region held a no refusal checkpoint during the Thanksgiving holiday as well. State Representative Tony Shipley from Sullivan County authored the no refusal bill and is glad it seems to be working... Washington County say they had 15 arrests over the New Year's Holiday, twelve of those occurred in Johnson City. (CC)

Tuesday, March 03, 2015

  • Sullivan County Woman Pleads Guilty in Grandmother's Neglect
  • Judge Allows Delay for Greeneville Man Charged in Two Baby Deaths
  • Kingsport Educators Named to Testing Committee by Education Secretary
  • Former Russell County Government Official to go on Trial For Corruption Charges
  • Police in Tazewell County Looking for Suspect Involved in Bar Brawl
  • Killing Black Buzzards Permitted in TN if Law Passes Assembly
  • Carter County Commissioner Wants Locality to Add Acres to Tweetsie Trail
  • Concern for Health of Fish Under TVA Plan to Keep Boone Lake Low
  • Wise County Food Bank Rebounding from Storm Devastation
  • Significant Progress Made after State of Emergency in Wise County
  • Congressman Griffith: Not Part of Political Coup Against Boehner
  • Man Shot Dead in Kitchen of Johnson City Home
  • Energy Company Influence Noted in Virginia's 2015 Legislative Session
  • Sex Assaults Way Up at UT



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