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Greeneville community marchs in support of law enforcement

People in Greeneville are showing their support for local law enforcement, following recent violence against police in Houston and Louisiana.

Deputy Darren Goforth, gunned down at a gas station in Texas a week ago, was the 23rd police officer shot and killed by a suspect this year.

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Fighting to keep the history of Islam out of schools

More than 100 people took to the streets early this morning outside of Vance Middle School in Bristol, TN.

Hawkins County teen leading fight against drug addiction

A teen in Hawkins County is spearheading a fight to keep her peers off drugs.

$15,000 to Bristol Public Library for new, upgraded technology

Some big bucks from the state of Tennessee for technology at the Bristol Public Library. Secretary of State Tre Hargett was there to present the library with a $15,000 technology grant. Other Tri-Cities libraries also got money.

Tweetsie Trail completion celebrated after years of work

Nearly a decade of work paid off Friday with the official opening of the Tweetsie Trail.

Detectives explain deplorable conditions in child endangerment case

A neighbor's complaint alerted police to call upon this home on Diane's Way in Bristol, Virginia. Detective McCoy couldn't believe what she saw when she first entered the home.

Family of toddler with dangerous brain condition organizing education, research

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders, the condition affects just 1 in 1,000 babies born each year.

Lots of action at 3-hour 'Border to Border Checkpoint'

Lots of law enforcement officers from 13 agencies took part in a pre-Labor Day “Border to Border Checkpoint” at the Virginia-Kentucky state line, midday Thursday.

Tennessee, Virginia halt lane closures for Labor Day travelers

The holiday weekend means lots of traveling. Both Tennessee and Virginia are making sure travelers on highways aren't delayed by road construction.

Seatbelt checkpoint leads to scuffle, Taser, pepper spray, arrest

Kingsport police officers may have thought they were running a routine seatbelt enforcement checkpoint, but Thursday afternoon turned into anything but.

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