Olivia Bailey is a multi-media journalist for News 5 WCYB.
Six months ago, tornadoes tore through parts of our area leaving behind thousands of dollars in damage.
The family of a missing Sullivan County woman continues to look for leads, hoping to help find Amber Terrell and her boyfriend Art Gibson, who have been missing for almost three weeks.
A Tennessee program is helping provide more medical information in the event of an emergency to EMS workers, and it starts with a simple decal.
There is now a certified drug recovery court in Hawkins County.
A complaint with the Greene County Sheriff's Department states a man was stopped by a man impersonating a police officer.
Eight northeast Tennessee counties have operated under an agreement with the East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine to perform autopsies since 2004.
A local soldier and his family received the keys to their new home Tuesday. The best part of the story is it won't cost him.
Knowing exactly how many people are homeless in the area actually helps organizations secure federal funding.
Hundreds of people turned out for Kingsport’s 15th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade Monday. That parade was themed King's Legacy of Peace with a Renewed Commitment to Nonviolence 365.
Volunteers all around the Tri-Cities were at Habitat for Humanity builds for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Monday.
Millions of people across this country are spending Monday as a day of service to their neighborhoods and communities.
Three schools are closed today in Russell County, Virginia after an announcement that a school employee has been diagnosed with a possible communicable disease.
Preston Ayres grew up on a farm in the Bowmantown community of Washington County, TN.
Kyle Benjamin is News 5 WCYB’s weekend news anchor.
PJ began his television career at WCYB-TV in 1981 after working as a newspaper and radio reporter.
Samantha Kozsey anchors News 5 Early Today, News 5 Today and News 5 at Noon. Samantha brings 15 years broadcast journalism experience to the WCYB team.
Julie Newman anchors News 5 WCYB at 5, 6 and 11. She brings a dozen years of television experience to the newsroom.
Rebecca moved to the Tri-Cities in 2005 after living in Columbia, South Carolina for 5 years and working for WIS-TV.
The Tri-Cities has been home for Dave for more than 25 years.
Donnie is a Tennessean having grown up near Cookeville in the Upper Cumberland. Prior to coming to the Tri-Cities, he spent 20 years at the CBS affiliate station in Nashville.
David grew up in Knoxville and has always had a love for weather.
Chris Michaels is the weekend morning meteorologist at News 5 WCYB. Chris comes to us from North Carolina State University, where he got his degree in Meteorology.
Casey joined the News 5 team as Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter in August, 2010.
Olivia graduated Cum Laude from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas with a degree in journalism and a minor in English.
Callan Gray grew up in New York, and has always had a love for storytelling.
Stephanie comes to the Tri-Cities from Michigan, where she attended Central Michigan University with dual degrees in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts and Communication.
Cassandra Sweetman is a multimedia journalist for News 5 WCYB.
Kristen is a Savannah, Georgia native who moved to Johnson City to study journalism at Milligan College.
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