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Valentine’s Day may have been Friday, but some area leaders are calling this Sweetheart Weekend in an effort to make up for any lost business due to the snow.
This week's snow storm closed businesses throughout the Tri-Cities, among the hardest hit were blood donation clinics. Unfortunately for them, this isn’t the first time they've had to shut down this winter
Authorities say a man wanted on charges in West Virginia and Virginia died after jumping into the Big Coal River while fleeing pursuing deputies.
News 5 discovered one the area’s most popular drink companies is playing catch up after this week's winter weather put their jobs on freeze.
Airport officials say the body of a man has been found in the wheel well of a South African Airways plane parked at Washington Dulles International Airport.
Two years ago, local racer John King won the truck series race at Daytona. Next week he will try to win again.
People in Southwest Virginia are receiving a helping hand when it comes to keeping their hearts healthy.
We may be thousands of miles from Sochi but skiers at Sugar Mountain were in the Olympic spirit on Friday, tackling about a foot of fresh powder that fell earlier in the week.
Marshall Jones of Abingdon celebrated his 7th birthday on Valentine's Day. Now his family is trying to raise awareness about Marshall's need for a living kidney donor.
Edgar Claude Hatcher, Jr., a beloved husband, father and grandfather, was a dentist in Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee for 33 years.
A Johnson City pharmacist is waiting arraignment for attempted first degree murder after police say he tried to kill his wife.
The controversial ruling by a federal judge saying the same sex marriage ban in Virginia is unconstitutional has some people speaking out.
Bad weather has all of the mayors of the Tri-Cities proclaiming that Valentine's Day is extended until Sunday.
Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell’s attorneys are asking for access to evidence.
A new business in Jonesborough is one step closer to opening up, but still needs to clear a few hurdles.
Call it 'cupcakes for a cause' -- Blackbird Bakery in Bristol, Tennessee and Healing Hands Health Center are making a difference on Valentine's Day.
King University officials tell us President Dr. Gregory D. Jordan has resigned from his position at the school.
Gun laws are once again getting attention from Tennessee state lawmakers.
We are receiving several additional closings, delays, and schedule changes. This list will be updated throughout the day.
Attorneys for former VA Governor seek evidence