Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Bill That Would End TN Primaries Put on Hold
The sponsor of a bill to give Tennessee lawmakers the power to select nominees to the U.S. Senate is putting the measure on hold until the last floor session of the year. Under the bill, primary elections would be replaced with caucus votes in the General Assembly.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

  • Coeburn Officials Dealing with Dirty Water
  • Hawkins Co Woman Jailed for Kicking, Spitting-on Officers
  • BVU Recoups Over $300,000 in Restitution
  • JC Fire Marshals: Turkey Fryers Potentially Hazardous
  • Dec. 3 Next Court Date For Johnson City Woman That Assaulted Two Officers
  • Haslam More Comfortable with Vetting of Syrian Refugees; McAuliffe Threatens Veto of Refugee Block Bill
  • Rogersville Man Uses Authentic Wal Mart Gear While Trying to Steal TVs
  • TDH: 26 Counties Including Unicoi, Washington Offering Birth Control to Drug-Addicted Women
  • Kingsport Police Dept. Back on Foot Patrol Downtown
  • TVA Creating Platform for Drilling Rigs to Test at Boone Dam
  • Pilot Flying J Inks to be Title Sponsor at Battle at Bristol
  • Local Musician to Appear on Jeopardy
  • Kingsport Police Will Conduct Sobriety Checkpoints This Weekend
  • Victims Say They Know the Man Who Broke Into Their Apartment
  • Elizabethton Man Gets 25 Years in Prison for Rape
  • Campaign Mounts Against Abingdon Commercial Development
  • Synthetic Drug Supplier to Tri-Cities Sent to Federal Prison
  • Kingsport Drug Supplier Sent to Federal Prison
  • Police Reminder: Seat Belts Save Lives
  • Man Indicted in 2012 for Kidnapping Makes First Court Appearance in Carter County
  • Johnson City Man Takes Plea Deal in Federal Cocaine Case
  • Greene County Man Arrested in Snatch-And-Grab Cash Robbery
  • Millions in Bonuses Handed Out to TVA Executives

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