Monday, April 22, 2013

Mother and Daughter animal cruelty
Sixty-eight: that is number of animals a mother and daughter in the tri-cities are accused of abusing. 72-year-old Ann Shirley Barber and 51-year-old Michelle Ann Barber were taken into custody on Sunday. Police found a several different animals covered with feces that filled the cages. All the animals were also suffering from malnourishment. In and around the residence…28 dogs…8 cats…18 rabbits…6 chickens…4 goats…2 horses and one pony and one donkey. No word yet on what Hawkins county authorities will do with all the animals. (CC)

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

  • Special Bluff City Board Meeting Called Over Personnel, Check Signing Issues
  • Bristol Man Waives Hearing on Charges He had Sex with Three-Year-Old
  • Birthplace of Country Music Museum Going on Air With Radio Station in Bristol
  • Another Raise to the Cigarette Tax Considered in Bristol, Virginia
  • UPDATE: Kingsport Police Taser Pharmacy Robbery, Carjacking Suspect
  • Police Capture Pharmacy Robber/Carjacker in Kingsport
  • Jonesborough Woman Arrested After Police Find Bath Salts In Her Car
  • Crowd-sourcing Site Created on the Web to Earn Money For Reward For Info on Hawkins County Murder
  • New Aerial Sights for 30th Annual Independence Day Fireworks Celebration in Johnson City
  • Hawkins County Man Arrested After Reportedly Stabbing Father
  • Tax Break Helps Save 55 Jobs in Bristol, TN as Triad Packaging Plans Expansion
  • A New Tennessee Logo a No-Go? Online Petition Has Over 17,000 Signatures
  • "Big Stone Gap" Gets Nationwide Release Date
  • Gardenhour Gets 4-Year Deal to Become Elizabethton Director of Schools, Sets Goals



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