Sara Diamond, here. Hope you're having a great Friday! We're spending our day putting together some great stories you'll see on today's newscasts.
More than three years after first announcing its desires to open a satellite campus in downtown Johnson City, Northeast State Community College says it likely won't be able to start classes there for at least another nine months. We'll show you what's slowing the progress.
Johnson City Police administrators are taking a fresh look at an older policy that may be limiting the city's efforts in finding the best officers to hire. We'll explain the proposed changes.
And, a little boy who has spent almost every year in the hospital is determined to make Christmas better for other sick children. The boy suffers from a rare heart condition, but that is not stopping him from making holiday wishes come true for others!
Plus, Mark will have your Storm team forecast, and Kenny is in with sports.
Hope to see you today beginning at 5pm!