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Police asking for calls about Hayleigh Wilson and Benjamin Shook

The Smyth County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone who has had contact with Hayleigh Wilson or Benjamin Shook to call them, saying there is no fear of prosecution. Also, we're seeing new pictures of the sex offender the U.S. Marshal's Office says were taken fairly recently.

Veteran upset over how American flag is displayed in Jonesborough

For at least the past year, Keith Davis said that every time he's seen the flag in front of the old courthouse in Jonesborough, it hasn't been properly lit at night.

Trying to connect 18 vehicle fires here to 12 more

There could be a link between a string of 18 recent car fires in Washington County, Virginia, and another 12 vehicles burned in Martinsville.

New shelter needs volunteers

The Washington County - Johnson City Animal Shelter is in it's third week of operation in its new building. We learned the new facility is bringing new numbers and new responsibilities.

Stay safe by watching professional fireworks shows

Emergency workers have a message for you before the Fourth of July: Stay safe by attending professional fireworks events. As the Tennessee State Fire Marshal puts it, “Let the pros handle fireworks this year.”

Death row inmates lose a Tenn. Supreme Court case

The Tennessee Supreme Court unanimously rejected a request by death row inmates to challenge electrocution as an alternative execution method.

Another area pharmacy robbed for drugs, not money

We now have a picture of the person who robbed a Johnson City pharmacy at gunpoint. Officers say the man asked the staff what time they closed, and then demanded drugs.

Security back to normal at Tri-Cities Airport

Security is now back to normal at Tri-Cities Airport. Authorities searched the area and did not find anything illegal or destructive.

4th of July festivities in East Tennessee and SW Virginia

America’s birthday is coming up and the celebrations have been planned. The next step is yours: Decide where you want to go!

Mixed feelings towards US, Cuba opening embassies

President Obama announced July 1, that the United States and Cuba have struck a deal to open embassies in each others capitals, and re-establish diplomatic relations for the first time in half a century.


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