Friday, March 07, 2014

Driver Charged after Child and Grandmother Struck Loading at School Bus in Unicoi County
State police say a driver failed to stop for a school bus loading children in Unicoi County. The driver struck a pedestrian grandmother and her six year old grandchild. Police say the grandmother threw herself in front of the child for protection. Both were injured and are being treated at Johnson City Medical Center. The driver, 57-year-old Kris Ann Waterhouse of Bakersville, North Carolina, was arrested on two felony counts of reckless aggravated assault, and passing a stopped school bus. Police said the bus had its flashing lights and stop sign activated to alert traffic. (LM)

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

  • Monday's Robbery of Walgreen's Not Connected to Two Other Robberies Last Month at Drug Store Chain
  • Alpha Issues Warnings of Upcoming Layoffs in West Virginia
  • Two Injured When Car Rolls in Parking Lot in Kingsport
  • Removal of Idled Equipment Sparks Fire at Eastman
  • Attempted Murder Trial Continues in Blountville
  • Sighting Report Widens Search for Missing Man With Alzheimer's
  • Phone Scammers Target Johnson City Power Customers
  • Kingsport Man on Trial for Shooting
  • Kingsport Bystander Stabbed Outside Dollar General Store
  • Kingsport Man Indicted for Raping Woman On Downtown Walking Trail
  • Sullivan County Deputies Looking for Duo Wanted for Felonies
  • Controversy: Grand Jury Takes No Action in Fatal 2014 Kingsport Crash
  • Since Supreme Court Ruling, Over 2,600 Marriage Licenses Have Been Issued to Same-Sex Couples in Virginia
  • UPDATE: Henry Signs Extradiction Waiver in Court Hearing in New Orleans
  • Bristol, Virginia School Board Makes Plan to Fill Vacancy
  • Woman Admits in Federal Court to Taking Naked Photos of Daughter for Sex Offender Boyfriend
  • Man Killed in Clinchport Car Crash in Scott County, VA
  • Jury Finds Lebanon Man Guilty of Child Neglect

    SuperTalk 92.9 WFHG is a Bristol Broadcasting Company Station
    © Bristol Broadcasting Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.