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Eastman has confirmed Mei Ling Chng, a Process Engineer who worked at Eastman's Monongahela Plant in Pennsylvania, was listed on the flight manifest from the Malaysian airliner that's missing.
Tennessee law changed to make it easier for people who use service dogs to travel around.
A fire destroyed a garage in Kingsport Sunday.
The countdown has begun. It's one week until race day at Bristol Motor Speedway; the campgrounds have opened, and campers are moving on in.
The body of a 19-year-old boy missing for a month has been found.
Kayla Marosites had 23 points and 12 rebounds to help Elizabethton defeat Knoxville's Fulton 66-52 Saturday to win the Division I Class AA girls state basketball championship.
A deadly motorcycle accident in Kingsport backed up traffic for at least an hour around 12:15 p.m. on Saturday.
It's like clockwork we spring forward and fall back once a year. Most clocks will reset automatically, but there are some that don’t.
A Kingsport music school owner had to move his business after a drunk driver destroyed the building almost six weeks ago. The Violin and Fiddle Instruction School of Music has now re-opened.
Firefighters say this simple step is the first line of defense to keep your family safe if there's a fire.
Bristol, Virginia Fire Chief JC Bolling tells us the incident happened around 2 Saturday morning at the Springdale Village Apartments. Bolling says the fire started after a person living in one of those apartments tried to light a cigarette while on medical oxygen.
The City of Bristol, Virginia cleared two major hurdles standing in the way of the biggest retail development in city history in the span of two hours Friday afternoon.
Johnson City Police tell us they have now charged someone in a shooting that sent a man to the hospital.
The presence of four healthy quarterbacks gives Tennessee coach Butch Jones reason for optimism that the Volunteers could have better results this season.
Lee County sheriff's deputies are working the streets today rounding up more than three dozen suspects.
The Friday evening event included a fashion show, featuring clothes from local merchants, a silent auction, live music and beach-themed cuisine.