Friday, October 25, 2013

Wrecked, Not Stolen
A Sullivan County man told authorities his Cadillac had been stolen, but deputies say Craig Rehling wrecked the car himself while he was drunk. Rehling had cuts on his face and neck, but denied being in the car, which had been flipped along highway 421. When one of his shoes was found next to the car, Rehling was charged with DUI, driving on a suspended license and false reporting, the reason deputies believe he lied about the accident. (SH)

Thursday, August 27, 2015

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  • Tennessee Prison System to Undergo Independent Review
  • Special Funding Used to Help Construct New Housing in Kingsport
  • Ruling Could Impact Bristol Cop Killer on Death Row
  • Roan Mountain Man Charged with Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault
  • Tri-Cities Airport Wins Award for Financial Reporting
  • Moment of Silence for Slain Journalists before Governor Opens Address on Virginia Economy
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  • Bristol Man Arrested for Arizona Murder 37 Years Ago
  • Accused Dog Abuser Has Trial Delayed Several Months
  • TVA and TWRA to Begin Vegetation Planting Around Boone Lake
  • Police Identify Victim of Bluff City Mowing Accident
  • Future Uncertain For Greene Valley Developmental Center Site
  • Five Schools in the Tri-Cities Area Exceed State Average in ACT Test Scores
  • Carter County Tomorrow Prepares for Legal Fight With County, Hires Lawyer and Allocates $40K
  • Johnson City Woman Hospitalized After an Attack at Her Home
  • Neighborhood Market Hiring 95 Employees in Kingsport



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