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Stormy weather possible tonight, strong to severe

Storm Track 5 Meteorologist Chris Michaels says periods of showers and thunderstorms are possible from Saturday evening, to past midnight. Severe storms with damaging winds and large hail will also be possible.

Clothesline Project fighting sexual assault & domestic violence

People filled the Farmer's Market in downtown Bristol to raise awareness about sexual assault and domestic violence.

Johnson City park getting new look

There’s change happening at a Johnson City park that hasn't been updated in 55 years. A community build is underway. Members gathered at Kiwanis Park to help put equipment together at the first synthetic-surface playground in the city.

You did it! Historic Eureka Inn wins!

A local innkeeper has won a big prize, thanks in part to News 5 WCYB viewers. She has won a consultation with a world-renowned hotel consultant.

Your News 5 WCYB app must be updated by Thursday. 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 after Thursday, 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.

Joy Prom: A night to remember

It’s a night to feel like a princess, ride in a carriage, and make dreams come true.

The Steel Wheels perform to raise funds for carousel project

People filled the Kingsport Farmer's Market, Friday night to benefit the carousel project.

Loved ones upset over cemetery conditions in Weber City

Over the last two days a number of people have contacted our newsroom outraged over the up-keep of their plots at a cemetery in Weber City. They claimed that it had become almost impossible to find the markers of their loved ones. So, they reached out to us for our help.

Station pumped wrong gas into diesel cars

Filling a diesel tank with regular gasoline can be disastrous for your vehicle. Some people who used a filling station in our area are learning that fact first hand.

ETSU students appear on The Ellen Show

Some local college students got the chance to be on national TV when someone from their favorite show knocked on their door.

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