Thursday, July 04, 2013

Frog Gigging
It became a large-scale search in Hawkins County, with several emergency workers searching for a man who family members thought had been frog gigging. They found his car on the family property but the man was nowhere to be found, and someone thought they heard a cry for help. It turns out the man was safe and so were the frogs…he wasn’t looking for them…he wasn’t even on the property. The man reportedly had a friend pick him up and went to Greene County for a romantic rendezvous he was keeping secret. The man was found after emergency officials used his cell phone signal to locate him and found he was not on the property. The search was called off; there is no identification of the man thought to be missing or his romantic interest. (CC)

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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  • Kingsport Woman Arrested for Selling Drugs She Obtained From TennCare
  • SWVA Mother Pleads Guilty After Child Injests Meth
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  • 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
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  • Bristol Woman Indicted for Embezzling from Elderly Woman
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  • 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
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  • Man who Escaped in Handcuffs in Damascus Captured



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