Friday, January 18, 2013

AEP Working Hard to Keep Power On
With some experience in snow storms under their belt, AEP says they were prepared to do everything possible to eliminate as many power outages as possible. They’re equipped with extra personnel and GPS units to help find downed power lines due to heavy snow. AEP officials say crews have thousands of miles of power lines to cover and will tend to the largest outages where localities are in critical need first.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

  • Sheriff: South Holston Lake Robbers Came to Cabin by Boat
  • BVU New CEO Says Utility Pursuing Trying to Recover Rosenbalm Severance
  • State Police Release Information on Second Fatality in Lee County
  • Mountain States Launches Program to Tap Unemployed, Under-Employed for Hirings
  • DMV Study in Virginia: Customers Unnecessarily Standing In Line
  • No Known Motive Revealed as Rogersville Man Pleads to Shooting at Hayride
  • Tri-Cites Chambers of Commerce to Promote Craft Brew "Trail"
  • ETSU Lifts Suspension Placed on Sigma Chi Frat Following Shooting Investigation
  • Johnson City Native Steve Spurrier Resigns at South Carolina
  • Officer Dragged by Motorcycle in Carter County
  • Hawkins Co Man Turns Over Bag of Pot, Bottle of Urine During Traffic Stop
  • Case of Fraud, Other Felonies Against Hawkins Co Cemetery Owner Continued
  • Audit Finds Deficiencies in TN Board of Medical Examiners
  • Greene County Commissioners to Review Confederate Flag Proposal
  • Man Burned in Boones Creek Fire on Monday Night
  • Johnson City Police: 2 Arrested in Violent Robbery at Jewel Apartments
  • Triple Murder Suspect Bound to Sullivan County Grand Jury
  • Supreme Court Applications Come From Tri-Cities
  • For First Time, More OD's Than Highway Fatalities in Virginia
  • Time Running Out for Virginians to Register to Vote in the November General Election
  • Sullivan County Police: Armed Home Invasion Suspect Arrested Earlier for Child Rape
  • Police: Bristol, TN Man Stabbed Victim in Kingsport During Week on the Run
  • Slow Coal Market in SW Virginia Results in Layoffs at Norfolk Southern Port
  • Floyd, VA Woman Killed in Single-Vehicle Crash in Lee County
  • Death Investigation in Greeneville After Woman Found Face Down in Tub
  • New Bill Would Not Have Religious Doctrine Taught in TN Public Schools Until High School

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