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Washington County Tennessee 911 dispatchers told us, despite bad driving conditions through this week's snow storm, they received fewer calls than normal.
A federal judge has ruled that Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
Rashawn Rembert made 6 of 12 from beyond the arc and finished with 31 points as East Tennessee State knocked off Florida Gulf Coast Thursday night 89-81.
More than 5,000 people call police for assistance during winter storm.
As road conditions worsened Wednesday night the National Guard was placed on stand-by to help drivers in need.
Hundreds of arrangements have been made and are ready for delivery on Valentine's Day.
The Bristol Tennessee Fire Department is asking residents to remember the importance of practicing fire safety while attempting to keep warm.
Two people have been charged with First-Degree Murder in Greene County.
The Kingsport-based system announced Thursday it will partner with Kaufman, Hall, and Associates, which is a consulting firm to help them make operating decisions.
We've been reporting some roads will remain slippery Thursday night from continuous snow fall across the Tri-Cities. Many are wondering when the roads will be clear.
Interim Highway Commissioner Bobbie Manning tells us the heavy snow caused him to push controversy aside to help clear the county roads.
Blood Assurance is holding blood drives Friday.
It's an age-old question -- should you close your business when bad weather hits, or open and not have any customers?
Nicklesville Volunteer Rescue Squad ambulance was traveling south on a slippery section of Route 71 when it left the right side of the road.
Clearing snow off your car isn't particularly quick or easy -- imagine having to clean off hundreds of cars.
This isn't the biggest blizzard we've ever had, but heavy snow piles stand just about everywhere you look.
A Johnson City man is facing an attempted murder charge after police say he was accused of injecting a family member with an unknown quantity of medicine.
A traffic stop led to a host of drug charges against two Bristol, Tennessee men.
The District 1-AAA and 1-AA high school basketball tournaments were postponed Thursday. Play will resume Friday.
The president of King University has received a vote of "no confidence" by a majority of the faculty.