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UPDATE: Arrest and charges in Bristol bank robbery

A suspect has been charged in connection to Thursday's bank robbery.

One person recovering after apartment fire

One person is in the hospital with minor injuries after an apartment fire in Johnson City.

Rogersville 11-year-old makes it her mission to help others

Getting everything you need to go back to school is expensive, and for some families and kids, it seems nearly impossible to afford. Now in Hawkins County, there's a girl making it her mission to help other kids.

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Virginia Supreme Court strikes down McAuliffe's restoration of felon voting rights

Virginia's highest court has struck down Gov. Terry McAuliffe's executive order restoring voting rights to more than 206,000 felons.
    
The Supreme Court of Virginia issued the ruling declaring the order unconstitutional late Friday afternoon. In a 4-3 decision, the court says McAuliffe overstepped his clemency powers.
    
The executive order, issued in April, restored voting rights of felons who completed their sentences and also allowed them to run for public office, serve on a jury and become a notary public.
    
Republican lawmakers filed a lawsuit challenging the order.
    
The court ordered the state to cancel the registration of all felons under the order. More than 11,000 felons have registered to vote under the action.

Police warn of new scam in Abingdon

Police want to warn you about a rental scam in Abingdon that has a unique twist to it.

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Threatening messages force workplace evacuations

Hundreds of workers at one of the largest companies in Southwest Virginia had to evacuate after threatening messages were found written on a bathroom wall.

Milligan College hosts students preparing for nursing school

At Milligan College, nearly 20 high school students from across the country came to see what it was like to be a nursing student.

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ETSU Fine Arts Center moving forward with or without extra funds

"A decision has to be made whether the city will invest or they will not and the state building commission will approve us to move forward with project x or project y,” said Ross.

Hospital volunteer goes above and beyond to serve

At the Bristol Regional Medical Center, a volunteer has gone above and beyond to help build the future for a young lady.

Milligan hosts first nursing camp

Nearly 20 high schoolers from across the country came to see what it was like to be a nursing student.

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