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Unicoi County Sheriff: Chopper spotted debris at plane crash site

Unicoi County Sheriff Mike Hensley told News 5 WCYB the plane crash site has been located and debris from the plane spotted.

(img1)Big week in Big Stone Gap ahead of movie opening

Public invited for Saturday full of events celebrating Big Stone Gap

Big Stone Gap opened at theaters nationwide on Friday and Big Stone Gap will be the place to be on Saturday! A day full of star-studded events is planned to celebrate!

Push to require bystanders to help save a person's life

A Bristol, Tennessee woman wants to make it a requirement for bystanders to help save someone in need of help in certain situations.

Former assistant town manager sentenced to 2 years in prison

A former Abingdon leader has been sentenced to two years in federal prison. Garrett Jackson pleaded guilty to stealing more than $76,000 from the town.

Johnson City Fish Out helping kids 'say no' for a quarter-century

The annual Fish Out cast off at the Legion Street Pool. The event is geared to get kids to say "yes" to fishing and "no" to drugs.

Peer mentoring program helping students succeed

Free community college for everyone may sound too good to be true, but it is a reality for about 15,000 students in Tennessee this fall.

Battle of Blountville reenactments underway

Smell the smoke, taste the battle!

The Battle of Blountville re-enactment geared up on Friday at the Old Hawley farm in Blountville.


Walk to Defeat ALS Saturday morning in Kingsport, rain or shine

The Walk to Defeat ALS is the ALS Association’s biggest annual event, and organizers say it’ll happen regardless of weather, rain or shine at Warrior's Path State Park in Kingsport.

Wanted fugitives arrested in hospital ER, nearby after crash

A follow-up to a story from Tuesday: Two fugitives are off the streets, being held without bond, after an incident at an Abingdon hospital. He was reportedly in the ER under a false name. She got away, crashed, and was returned.

Virginia conservative groups target health care regulations

Politically active conservative nonprofit groups in Virginia have a new health care-related target: regulations for approving or rejecting medical facilities' construction plans.


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