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More work to be done around Founder's Park in Johnson City

More changes will be coming to downtown Johnson City this year as the city continues to fix the flooding problem along State of Franklin Road.

Music school opens in Kingsport

A new music school in Kingsport hopes to get students out into the community performing. The owners of Model City Groove School officially opened their school for business on Wednesday.

Bristol makes changes to public housing

Bristol Virginia made an announcement about making major changes to public housing in the city.

The Bristol Redevelopment and Housing Authority announced plans to tear down the existing Bonham Circle Apartments in early 2015, and start construction on a new complex in Spring of 2016.

Man faces several felony charges after rape investigation

A Washington County, Virginia man faces several felony charges after a rape investigation.

Man sentenced for raping child

A man was sentenced today after having sexual relations with a child under 13.

Smyth County family brings international flavor to local coffee mugs

According to Huffington Post, Americans drank 400 million cups of coffee a day in 2011, making the U.S. the world leader in consumption.

Chilhowie teacher honored at Special Games

Some special athletes were out enjoying the sunshine Wednesday in the Special Games. We found out there is one lady who has been behind the scenes making everything happen since she was in high school.

Johnson City Housing Authority receives money for vouchers for veterans

Homeless veterans and their families will now have the opportunity to access more affordable housing.

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Announcement for children's health partnership

A new local alliance benefiting kids will be announced Monday.


15-year old charged with shooting and killing his half-brother

Wise county commonwealth's attorney Ron Elkins says the 15-year-old boy will be tried as a juvenile.

Tennessee Health Department says local Ebola risk is low

With fear growing nationally, News 5 went to the Northeast Tennessee Health Department to see if the Ebola diagnosis in the United States could be a threat to the area.


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