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Clerks to court after sting operation caught them selling alcohol to drunk officer

Six clerks from different Johnson County stores that sell alcohol appeared in court on Monday for selling alcohol to an intoxicated undercover police officer.

Man charged with stabbing roommate in neck goes to court

The man charged with attempted murder after his roommate was found stabbed in the neck was appointed a public defender to represent him.

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Computer glitches halt first day of Tennessee student tests

Tennessee's brand new online school assessment test, known as TNReady, has crashed due to computer-networking glitches, forcing officials across the state to halt testing on the first day of its rollout.

Virginia State Police investigating Grace Healthcare in Abingdon

The Virginia State Police confirmed it is conducting an investigation into Grace Healthcare, and the investigation came at the request of the Town of Abingdon Police Department.

Weather could decide Tennessee school voucher vote time

Supporters of a bill to create a school voucher program in Tennessee are keeping a close eye on the weather before deciding if they want to go through with a scheduled vote in the House on Monday evening.

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Advocates: Proposed Virginia parole fix would have little impact

Advocates for Virginia prisoners say a measure aimed at helping inmates who may have been given inflated prison terms would have little impact.

AMBER Alert canceled, 12-year-old girl found safe

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced its AMBER Alert for a 12-year-old girl has been canceled.

Pizza worker robbed after warming up car

A worker at a Kingsport pizza parlor was robbed at gunpoint in his car after closing up the shop.

It's the deadline to register to vote in Virginia primary

Virginians who aren't registered to vote but want to cast ballots in the March 1 presidential primary need to act fast. Monday is the deadline to register.

Tennessee drug testing for welfare yields few positives

Officials say less than 0.2 percent of people who have applied for welfare since July 2014 have failed a drug test mandated for some.

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