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July Fourth road patrol increasing

Heading into the July Fourth weekend, you might see more law enforcement on the roads. We learned there are several traffic stops planned throughout the weekend in the Tri-Cities.

Fourth 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!

4 arrested for crimes at junkyard

Four underage boys are under arrest for breaking into a junkyard and taking a car from it.

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Alert or not: Johnson City fireworks security always vigilant

As people around the country are preparing July 4th celebrations, the Department of Homeland Security is asking police departments to be on alert.

Bristol's historic homes to be either preserved or torn down

There are 45 places on the Bristol Historical Association's registry, but there are many more houses that have yet to be recognized.

Animal Cruelty - Richard G. Shepard

Bristol man arrested, charged with animal cruelty

Officials said that Richard G. Shepard beat a cat with a baseball bat on Vermont Street, Thursday night.

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First full day of this year's Jonesborough Days

The 45th annual Jonesborough Days is in full swing. About nine food tents and 70 craft tents are lining Main Street in downtown Jonesborough.

Safety on the mind of state troopers and travelers this weekend

According to AAA, nearly 35 million people will drive more than 50 miles to a holiday destination this weekend. Tennessee Highway Patrol is using statistics to reduce the number of deadly crashes.

Poster to catch Benjamin Shook and video to find Hayleigh Wilson

There is now an increased emphasis on the Hayleigh Wilson missing person case on a national level. A wanted poster from the U.S. Justice Department and video from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children are out.

Second try the charm for wanted debit card thief

Two women are wanted for using a man’s stolen debit card and taking a second when the first stopped working.


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