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Detective Will Mullins with the Kingsport Police Department was presented the award.
Kingsport City leaders gave an update on the state of the city Friday morning.
The Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating a workplace accident at a plant in our region.
The roundabout is located at the intersection of Browns Mill Road and Mountain View Road.
The Washington County, Virginia Sheriff’s Office says an officer was involved in a shooting late Sunday night.
The United States Department of Agriculture has issued an advisory to visitors at the Cherokee National Forest.
Beginning on Monday, October 9, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol will partner with local law enforcement…
It is a free event and open to the public.
The 45th Annual Storytelling Festival is underway in Tennessee’s Oldest Town.
A local zoo has ended the sale of one of its animals after receiving backlash from an animal rights group.
The middle and high schools in Dickenson County, VA are dismissing early due to a bomb threat.
The Kingsport Board of Education approved a bid from BurWil Construction for the project on Tuesday.
An explosion that happened on Wednesday morning impacted some surrounding schools in the area.
The project includes a four-way traffic signal along with other equipment, plus improvements to lane configuration.
We told you back in August that the college is selling its Gray campus off of Dillon Court as part of its recent budget realignment.
After nine months of deployment in Iraq, U.S. Army Specialist Peyton Toth wanted to be the first to surprise six-year-old A.J.
The event encourages “unity in the community”.
Starting this Sunday, October first, the cost of tags will increase from $56 to $96.
As of Thursday afternoon, Keen-Warren was still jailed in Abingdon, but when she is taken back to Florida she could possibly face the death …
Warren appeared in court this morning in Abingdon with her attorney, Wayne Austin.
Greene County Sheriff Pat Hankins says he 100% supports a deputy who tased an 81-year-old woman on Sunday.