Tuesday, April 09, 2013

No Change in Cock Fighting Laws
Legislation that would make cock fighting a felony is dead this session after failing to pass the Senate. Under the bill, a first offense for cock fighting would have remained a misdemeanor. But a second offense would be considered a felony punishable by six years in prison and a fine of up to $3,000. Opponents of the legislation say it didn't specifically say that raising such chickens would not be a crime and could cause problems for farmers and others in the poultry business. The proposal fell short by 17 votes.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

  • Missing Johnson County woman
  • Tenn. Chief Justice sworn in
  • BVU To Charge Non Customers for WiFi at R&R
  • Greene County Leaders Still Can't Agree on a Budget
  • Today is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Day in TN
  • Credit Card Theft and Use Arrest in Johnson City
  • Special Election in Southwest Virginia to Fill Chafin's State Seat
  • Trio Arrested for Johnson City Metal Thefts
  • Education Summit To Convene in Tennessee
  • Amid Budget Cuts, Sheriff Transfers 16 Inmates
  • No Fracking Applications Filed Yet in Washington Co., VA
  • Frank Theaters Manager Wanted
  • Rhythm and Roots Means Longer Museum Hours
  • Former Carter County Deputy Indicted
  • Coalfields Expressway Public Hearing
  • Johnson City Officers Arrest Pharmacy Robbery Suspect



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