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Another person will be in the running for the Greene County Clerk's Office seat.
A town in Smyth County, Virginia is facing water woes, all because of a leak in the town's only water treatment plant.
Tennessee put a new law, 'Chapter 148', into effect January 1 to protect young athletes. Thursday, Sullivan County schools are reviewing their policies to make sure they comply.
Dollywood is looking for fresh faces to be part of their award-winning friendly atmosphere.
The House has passed a bill to allow Tennessee supermarkets to sell wine.
Two people face charges in Johnson County, Tenn. after investigators say they found meth inside a home.
A local pharmacist accused of trying to kill his wife made an appearance in court Wednesday.
State and federal officials speak to residents today about recent coal ash spill
Vote set in the debate over federal Medicaid funding
A Hawkins County man, accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend, appeared in court in Hawkins County, Tennessee Wednesday.
The Great Smoky Mountain National Park wants volunteers to work during tourist season
Suspect in Blountville, TN pharmacy robbery is arrested
The governing body of high school sports in Virginia has sanctioned the participation of transgender athletes at the state's 313 high schools.
Johnson City Police made arrests in a store burglary.
The numbers have now been drawn for the $400 million Powerball jackpot.
In a period of eight days, two students are recovering after being hit by cars outside of Dobyns-Bennett High School. Both students are expected to be okay, but now changes could be coming to prevent more crashes.
Johnson City Public Works officials tell us in recent months there have been at least three crashes involving pedestrians and vehicles between Buffalo and Roan Streets on State of Franklin Road.
Greeneville City Schools had buses on the road Wednesday morning when a tornado warning was issued.
Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell says he will file a motion to dismiss the 14-count corruption indictment against him and his wife.