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BRISTOL, Tenn. — King University recorded exponential enrollment growth during the past decade that far exceeded the majority of Tennessee’s other private colleges, despite a national economic downtur
BRISTOL, Tenn. — King University was born of conflict and conflict again reared its head in recent months. Now officials, faculty, students and alumni of the private, Presbyterian school are reaching
The Senate Committee for Rehabilitation and Social Services did not vote on the measure, instead carrying it over to the 2015 session.
What made Frank undesirable became his gateway into a family that saw his illness as a way to comfort children with hydrocephalus and remind them they aren't alone.
In particular, the appeal took aim at Sen. Bob Corker, who suggested that a "no" vote would lead a Volkswagen expansion in the state.
The policy would have minimal impact because the surgery is typically performed on adults.
Many churches in the area for you to visit
MARION, Va. — Smyth County high school students might have an edge in the emergency medical services and renewable energy fields, thanks to a partnership between the Smyth County Career and Technology
A Buchanan County man was killed Friday afternoon when he was pinned by a continuous miner machine at a Dominion Coal Corp. coal mine, a state mine safety official said.
The teen driver was temporarily blinded by the sun and pulled into the path of another truck, police said.
BRISTOL, Va. — “Be,” is a word used to describe the state of being. “Ella”: the epitome of all that is wonderful; a lovely, graceful, and beautiful woman. “Boutique,” the French word for “shop.”
The crash happened at the intersection of Highway 394 and White Top Road.
Arthur David Gelentser, 24, of Keen Mountain, Va. was killed when he was pinned by a continuous miner, DMME official said.
Previously snowed out, the Making Maple Syrup Day at the Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site kicks off Saturday
Ever wondered what it takes to get maple syrup gets from the tree to the table? Saturday provides an opportunity to find out.
The Tennessee Army National Guard's 117th Regiment Regional Training Institute has been honored as an "Institution of Excellence" through an accreditation process conducted by the United States Army T
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Haslam has appointed John D. Stites of Cookeville to the Tennessee Board of Regents.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Despite blowing winds, the pilot of a Sikorsky helicopter needed just about an hour Friday to lift and place 27 rooftop heating and air conditioning units onto the roof of the Bass Pr
RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia's new attorney general has named three people to give his office a review, with an eye on reforms and cost savings.
Various events are on-going in the area
KINGSPORT, Tenn. — Kingsport City Schools will host the first “Lunch with Lyle” event, an opportunity to interact with Superintendent Dr. Lyle Ailshie, at noon today, on the third floor of the KCS Adm