Saturday, April 05, 2014

Carter Fires
Hundreds of acres forest in Carter County is destroyed after fires were set. Forestry Officials say they donít have a suspect because the fires are being started in remote areas that are difficult to monitor. Signs are being posted along one roadway, hoping those that live along Old Railroad Grade Road will have information to assist in the investigation. Investigators are saying they have seen significantly more fires than in other years. (CC)

Friday, May 22, 2015

  • Young Trio Admits to Shoplifting from Johnson City Business
  • Watauga Man Charged With Embezzeling From Johnson City Water and Sewer Department
  • Authorities Say Speed Was a Factor in Bluff City Crash
  • Kingsport and Sullivan County School Leaders Will Meet to Discuss Long Term Plans
  • Elizabethton Covered Bridge Lawsuit Thrown Out
  • Kingsport Pastor Arrested on Money Laundering Charges
  • Jennings Found Not Guilty by Jury in Baby Killing
  • Arraignment Set for Johnson City Man Charged with Rape of a Child
  • Bristol Man Arrested for Raping 3-Year-Old
  • Gray Elementary Resource Officer Suspended, Under Investigation
  • TWRA Issues Preliminary Data on Fatal Boone Lake Crash
  • Police: Church Hill Scam Turns Dangerous
  • Jury Deliberating in Child Killing Trial in Greeneville
  • Eastman's Costa to Present at Deutsche Bank Global Industrials Conference
  • Funeral Services Scheduled for Toddler That Drowned in Scott County, VA
  • Data Shows Greene County Paid More For Audit Than Hotel/Motel Tax Took In
  • Hawkins Sheriff: Sliger Murder Not Random
  • Boil Water Notice Issued for Nickelsville by VDH



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