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From running laps around the Virginia Middle School gym to solving math problems on an electronic smart board, some city students had a unique spring break.
WISE, Va. — Want to design something on a 3D printer?
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — Gregg Goldstein is looking for a few good men.
The white Hyundai crashed into the back of the Chevrolet S-10 pickup, sending it over an embankment.
Joshua Dingus and Kevin Bullen are both charged with distribution of marijuana.
He served as the executive director of the Virginia Association of School Superintendents.
Cases exposes rift between state and federal law
Volunteers also are needed to submit recordings domestic dogs howling.
Correspondent, photographer shot by Afghan police
The 18th Annual State Line Classic Softball Tournament takes place in Whitetop Creek Park on Wednesday, April 9.
BLOUNTVILLE - A Kingsport man is facing multiple charges including assault following an incident on Dillow Drive in Kingsport.
Choose from a variety of events on-going in the area
The college also will add a third summer term.
Four local students said they have a new appreciation for state government after spending two months in Richmond.
Archie Hubbard will seek a seat on the Bristol Virginia City Council but his name won’t appear on the ballot.
BRISTOL, Va. — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Thursday signed legislation to aid The Falls commercial development in Bristol, Va.
Johnson was to be put to death on April 22 for killing Bristol police Officer Mark Vance in 2004.
Kathy Johnson takes over as director of Bristol’s Department of Social Services as Bob Gose steps into retirement
Wrapping up her first week as director of the Bristol Virginia Department of Social Services, Kathy Johnson is learning the nomenclature of the many federal and state assistance programs it oversees.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — A driver was injured when he pulled into the path of tractor-trailer on Highway 11W Thursday afternoon, the Tennessee Highway Patrol reported.
During a taping of Thursday's show, David Letterman said he has informed his CBS bosses that he will step down in 2015, when his current contract expires.