Thursday, April 25, 2013

Prank Lands High School Student in Court
It took months, but Hawkins County authorities got to the bottom of a high school prank. On February 5th, parents, teachers and students were confused because a 17-year old sent an email stating that the Hawkins County School system would be closed. The student impersonated the Director of Schools and another school employee in an email to the press through a spoofing site. Investigators have been working since then trying to get IP addresses and subpoenas. Sheriff Ronnie Lawson says the young man admitted to sending the emails. He faces two counts of criminal impersonation. (JH)

Friday, April 17, 2015

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  • Richard Petty, Smithfield, Food City Team for Food Donation
  • Bristol Photographer's Work to Be Featured in Senator's Office
  • Mayor's Candidate Forum Set in Kingsport
  • TSSAA Implementing New Practice Rules for Football
  • Sheriff's Cars May Come Up for Vote at Monday's Sullivan County Commission Meeting
  • Special Inspection Conducted After Suspicious Death at Abingdon Nursing Home
  • Teachers, Parents to Rally for Less Testing, More Funding
  • Pound VA Man Gets Six Decades Behind Bars for Child Porn Charges
  • Wise County Residents Sentenced for Role in Synthetic Marijuana Ring
  • Elizabethton Mayor Hopes to Ward Off Water/Sewer Rate Increase
  • Tennessee Lawmakers OK $33.8B Spending Plan
  • Guns-in-Parks Proposal Headed to Governor
  • NET Trans Driver Killed in Head-On Crash in Greeneville
  • UPDATE: 22-9 Senate Vote Kills Bible Bill for 2015 in TN
  • TN Senate Leader Plans to Send Bible Bill to Committee, Effectively Killing It for 2015
  • Caught Not Wearing a Seat Belt in TN? It Will Cost You More in Fines
  • One Man Stabbed, Another Arrested in Kingsport
  • Hurley Denies Telling Fellow BVU Board Member BMS Race Tickets Sold by Employees on Ebay



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