VI future in question, JCPB reduces costs

Two sexual assaults at ETSU, murder arrest (Image 1)

Good afternoon!

This is Sara Diamond in the News Channel 11 newsroom.  Our crews are out working several stories you'll see on today's newscasts.  Here's a look…

After students came to us about bounced loan refund checks from the financial aid office, alumni of Virginia Intermont say they're worried about the future of their alma mater.  We have an update from campus.

After a Community Watchdog investigation uncovered pricey meals paid for by Johnson City Power Board customers, we find out if leaders kept their promise to reduce costs.

And, students are taking part in the discussion with lawmakers about domestic violence.

Those stories, plus your Storm Team forecast with Mark, and sports with Kenny.

Hope you'll join us today beginning at 5pm!


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