Friday, March 15, 2013

AIDS in TN
The impact on African Americans suffering with HIV/ Aids is hardest on Tennessee communities. While they don't make up large portions of the population, they are being diagnosed at a disproportionate rate according to Stephen Emmert with planned parenthood... Improvements in medication means being diagnosed is no longer a death sentence. Earlier diagnosis means better odds of survival. Emmert says they are hoping to make it a part of normal exams for women. Women in Tennessee are one-fourth of those cases..... Emmert says everyone should be aware of the risk of contracting HIV/AIDS no matter race, gender, or geography. 76-hundred Tennesseans are currently diagnosed with AIDS. (CC)

Friday, September 19, 2014

  • Bristol forum focuses on drug addicted babies
  • Man involved in car crash in Johnson City arrested for domestic assault
  • Sullivan County District Attorney Weighs in on Criminal Justice Reform
  • Police: Norton man shot, murdered former girlfriend
  • Virginia Beach man indicted for Wise County native's murder
  • Lockdown at Science Hill High School in Johnson City Lifted
  • Elizabethon planning for new football stadium
  • Driver Hits Deputy As He Speeds Off From Traffic Checkpoint
  • New SWVa Tourism Dollars coming in
  • Local Business Expands and Bringing New Jobs
  • Johnson City Sending Out Citizen Surveys
  • Authorities Identify Body Found in Watauga Lake
  • Hawkins County Men Charged in Meth Bust
  • Bristol Speed Limit Going Down to 30 MPH
  • Man Caught Photographing Teen in Dressing Room
  • Brothers Charged in Bristol Robbery Waive Hearing
  • Fuel Thief Sought in Bristol
  • Missing Johnson County woman
  • Tennessee Chief Justice Sworn In
  • BVU To Charge Non Customers for WiFi at R&R



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