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Man sentenced for killing former state rep while driving drunk

James Hamm was sentenced to 14 years in prison and must serve at least 30 percent of that before being eligible for parole.

Gray reaction to neighborhood meeting about clinic

People in the Gray community were caught off guard after a public hearing on a rezoning request was postponed.

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JT Brooks prayer vigil

Cherokee High School quarterback JT Brooks has been in the hospital since Monday night.

The oldest college in Tennessee is seeing its biggest numbers for enrollment ever.

New degree programs will be offered at Tusculum College

Tusculum College plans to start several new degree programs.

Students kick off summer with hands on learning, crafts and fun

The event was put on by the Washington County Tennessee 4-H Extension at the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray.

UETHDA takes client services on the road with new bus

Many east Tennessee residents will be able to receive services thanks to a gift from Atmos Energy to the Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency.

Tennessee Highway Safety Office kicks off ‘100 Days of Heat’

The Tennessee Highway Patrol is teaming up with law enforcement across North Carolina and Virginia in an effort to save lives.

Volunteers chip in to help girl who has brain tumors

Madison King was diagnosed with brain tumors and has to undergo treatment which takes a toll on her immune system.

(img1)Summer with superheroes at the Johnson City library

Summer reading program to begin in June for kids in Johnson City

Preparations are underway for the Johnson City Public Library's "On Your Mark, Get Set, READ!" program.

Southwest Virginia history museum opens in St. Paul

A museum highlighting the region's history is now open in St. Paul.

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