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Race weekend at Bristol!

This is one of the biggest weekends of the year for Bristol Motor Speedway, and this is your one-stop-shop for all the events and excitement! See Sunday AM's statement from the speedway on the weather, a list of driver intro songs, & watch last night's It's Bristol Baby special.

Walk/ride benefits newly appointed 'Jacob's Nature Park'

More than 100 people biked and walked to help transform a special Johnson City park Saturday morning.

Local robotics team competing internationally

A robotics team from Lebanon is going on to one of the biggest international competitions in the world.

Your News 5 WCYB app must be updated by the end of the month. Here is what to do.

Do you have the News 5 WCYB app? We have some very important information for you. The app you have will stop working at the end of the month, and we're going to show you how to update it. Don't have it yet? It's brand new, and the perfect time to sign up. NOTE: This does not apply to the StormTrack 5 weather app.

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Bridge named after soldier killed in Vietnam

This weekend, a bridge in Michael Gibson's hometown will be officially named in his honor.

911 complications in NE Tenn. should be fixed

911 service in Washington County, Tennessee, and several surrounding counties should be fixed and emergency callers should be immediately connected to an operator.

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High school students showcase their agriculture knowledge

Holston High School students host nearly 200 elementary school and pre-school students today for their Food for America event.

Arrested for going door to door with a story for money

The man we told you about on Tuesday, going door to door asking for money, is under arrest on Friday. He’s accused of telling people his daughter was at St. Jude’s Hospital and he needed money for her surgery.

Richard Petty & 30,000 lb. food donation

A big name helping out with a big food donation! News 5 WCYB at the scene where Richard Petty helped present a donation of 30,000 pounds of protein to two area food banks.

School nurse saves the life of a teacher

"We're going to be forever grateful,” said kindergarten teacher, Maggie Booher. “It was definitely a day that had a happy ending."


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