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More Tennesseans are dying from fentanyl than ever before, according to state health officials. In 2017, 500 people in Tennessee died from an... [Read More]
In 2017, more people died from a drug overdose than ever before in Tennessee, according to state health officials. [Read More]
The Dobyns-Bennett High School competitive marching band has a lot to be proud of after showcasing their musical talent on a national stage over the... [Read More]
A Tri-Cities park will undergo nearly a million dollars in upgrades this year. [Read More]
Shoppers in Kingsport can expect more options soon at the Fort Henry Mall. [Read More]
A Southwest Virginia school system made headlines in July after becoming the first Virginia school board to vote to allow some teachers to be armed... [Read More]
A spokesperson from the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) said plans are underway to improve a road in Kingsport. [Read More]
Dozens of animal activists packed a Unicoi County Courtroom Friday morning to show their support for a kitten that died after it was buried alive. [Read More]
Thousands at East Tennessee State University are tracking Dr. Chris Dula's medical journey as he battles brain cancer. [Read More]
A Tri-Cities army manufacture plant wants to conduct a $450 million expansion in Kingsport. [Read More]
Lee County Schools' insurance premiums will go up with they implement the plan to arm teachers. [Read More]
A Tri-Cities plant that manufactures ammunition for the military wants to expand its facility. [Read More]
The Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society is at capacity with animals and cannot take in any more cats or dogs. [Read More]
Data from the Tennessee Department of Health shows more people died from drug overdoses in 2017 than ever before. [Read More]
Members of Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee are worried if the 2018 Farm Bill passes, people here in our region could go without... [Read More]
Two armed robbery suspects wanted in Bristol, Virginia are still on the run as of Monday. [Read More]
A Tri-Cities man accused of first-degree murder is back in jail after he was released under his cellmate's name. [Read More]
Sullivan County will soon have a new sheriff, after voters outside long-time Sheriff Wayne Anderson. [Read More]
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