Monday, July 01, 2013

Student Loan rates
Students at area colleges and universities that borrow money to attend school, will be paying back a lot more money since congress to no action to protect students loan rates. Loan rates rose to 6.8 percent interest on Monday for students at both public and private institutions. This is paired with the rise in tuition rates voted on by the Tennessee Board of Regents in June. A bill has passed the hose linking loan rates to financial markets, a bill through the senate was not passed for procedural reasons. The legislators could take another look at the rates after they return from the July 4th holiday. (CC)

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

  • A Hampton Man is Arrested in Johnson City for Selling Drugs
  • A Man is Arrested After JCPD Find Thousands of Under Ex-Wife's Name
  • Kingsport Woman Arrested for Selling Drugs She Obtained From TennCare
  • SWVA Mother Pleads Guilty After Child Injests Meth
  • Gas Prices Continue to Drop As We Approach Labor Day
  • Kingsport Authorities Investigate a Vehicle Burglary
  • Pretrial Diversion Granted for Hampton Teacher Accused of Theft
  • Sullivan County Considers Highway Dept. Settlement
  • Bacterial Meningitis Case Confirmed at ETSU
  • Bristol Virginia City Council Gives Final Approval to Tax Increase
  • Months after Police Kill Unarmed Bristol Man, Grand Jury Rules Killing was Justified
  • Bristol Woman Indicted for Embezzling from Elderly Woman
  • Erwin Man Murdered in Colorado
  • Planning Commissioner Speaks Out on Natural Gas Drilling Proposed in Washington County, Virginia
  • Police Seek Man Who Escapes in Gate City
  • Norton Man Involved in Shooting, Assault, Remains Critical
  • Johnson City Police Officer Accused of Assault; Remains on Duty
  • Man who Escaped in Handcuffs in Damascus Captured



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