Thursday, March 21, 2013

DCS Admits More Mistakes
Tennessee's Department of Children's Services says it made a mistake with information released earlier this year citing the number of children it had contact with that then died. In 2011 DCS first reported 47 children it had contact with died that number has changed to 91. In the year 2012 they missed the mark by over twenty children now saying 103 children is the accurate number that had contact with DCS before their deaths. The former director left DCS after claims of long wait times for reporting abuse, trying to limit media access to records, and failing to take action which resulted in Child deaths.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

  • Johnson City Pair Arrested for Driving Stolen Vehicle
  • Congressman Griffith is Vocal as Funding for Homeland Security Shored Up
  • Elizabethton Man Charged After Chase
  • Trial Begins in Case of Housing Authority Director Accused of Fraud, Rigging Bids
  • Johnson City Murder Suspect Arraigned in Court
  • Belk Store Inside The Pinnacle Opening Today
  • Driver Cut Out of Car and Rescued After Crash on Euclid in Bristol
  • Sweet Briar College Joins Virginia Intermont in Closure Market Due to Financial Problems
  • Driver Indicted for Hitting Boy, Grandmother at Unicoi County School Bus Stop
  • Former Cumberland Plateau Deputy Director Enters Alford Plea on 16 Felonies in Russell County
  • Heavy Rain Forecast Puts County Already Weather Stricken on Alert; Food Bank Makes Donations Again
  • CEO: Eastman in Smart Growth Mode



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