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Elizabethton High students review 1997 California baby death case
Last semester, the sociology teacher at Elizabethton High School had students working to help the FBI solve a serial killing with ties to our area. This semester, students have become involved in advocating for a California woman they are convinced was wrongly convicted of killing a baby at her day
Fatal crash in Kingsport remains under investigation
KINGSPORT — On Sat., Nov. 10, at approximately 3:30 p.m., Kingsport Police Department Patrol Officers responded to a motor vehicle collision in the Colonial Heights area.
With the lighting of its 78-foot Christmas Tree, its begining to look a lot like Christmas in Elizabethton
Once again, the crowd counted down as this year’s appointed tree lighter, Joe Alexander, prepared to flip the switch.
Decision to amputate damaged leg gives Johnson City woman her life back
And like a newborn she had many things to learn — mentally, emotionally and physically. Today, the former pharmaceutical rep has a new job, a new outlook on life and two new right legs. Yes, you read that right — she has two right legs.
TCAT – Elizabethton instructor receives national honor
Barker, a nursing instructor at TCAT, says at times it is difficult to balance classroom and clinical responsibilities with many NTHS projects and community service events.
3 arrested in Bristol, TN found with $30K, nearly $100K worth of meth
BRISTOL, TN (WJHL) - Investigators say they have arrested three people after a major drug bust in Bristol, TN uncovered thousands of dollars in cash and methamphetamine worth nearly $100,000.The Bristol, TN Police Department says on Monday it responded to 3825 W. State Street after receiving a tip
‘Standard of Excellence’ at Elizabethton High School’s Betsy Band - www.elizabethton.com
For many competitive teams, winning is an important goal. For Elizabethton High School’s Betsy Band, however, winning is merely a by-product, a result of the work they have put in, as opposed to the goal.
TSSAA: Science Hill fined $250 for Stacy Carter's playoff ejection; Carter suspended for 2019 opener
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) - A local football coach is facing consequences after he was ejected during Friday's playoff game.TSSAA tells News Channel 11 that Science Hill High School head football coach Stacy Carter was ejected after receiving two unsportsmanlike penalties in the Hilltoppers 42-7 lo
Cars passing stopped school buses causes concern in Elizabethton
With all those hints, it seems most drivers would get the message to stop for the school bus and the children riding it. But some motorists seem to be missing all those clues, or at least they think their circumstance exempts them from the rules.
THP launches Operation Incognito to crack down on distracted driving
JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) - At all times, put your phones away and keep your eyes on the road. Starting today, state law enforcement will crack down on distracted driving across Tennessee.The effort is called Operation Incognito. It aims to reduce traffic crashes and deaths due to distracted driving.T
City/county crews ready for winter weather
“We have 800 miles of roads to cover,” Deakins said Tuesday. “That’s a lot of roads, with a lot of backing up and turning around. It takes nearly 10 hours to cover every mile.”
DUI mom leaves child at Blountville crash scene
During a domestic dispute in Mooresburg, a woman threw a cinder block through the window of her juvenile son's room. To keep from being hit by the block and shards of glass from the broken window, he had to jump off his bed. When located, the suspect admitted to the incident, saying she has "had eno
Crime roundup: Stolen car, marijuana, aggravated assault and more
Stolen car.Johnson City police arrested a Unicoi man Friday after spotting a stolen car on Interstate 26. Jesse Armstrong, 28, 120 Campbell Road, was charged with auto theft and driving on a revoked license. About 6 p.m. Friday, a white 2002 Toyota Echo was reported stolen from a Johnson City reside
An invisible danger in some homes could increase your risk of lung cancer
JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) - Jay Sandos lives in Johnson City with his wife and three children, all under 6 years old. It was in their basement playroom that he found dangerous levels of radon, a cancer-causing gas that experts say all homeowners should test for but many aren’t aware that they should.
Storm Team 11 Forecast: Cloudy with rain tonight and Tuesday
The Storm Team 11 Forecast:Cloudy and cool with an 80% chance of rain. Low 40.Tuesday will be cloudy and cool with a 70% chance of rain. High 46.Cloudy skies are forecast for Tuesday night with a low near 30 degrees.Wednesday will be cloudy and cool with a 20% chance of rain. The high will be 47
Residents sound off on taproom issue - www.elizabethton.com
The ordinance amendment, which passed on the first vote in September, 5-1, would allow for businesses that would only serve fermented beverages such as beer, wine, and ciders while not serving food prepared by the business. These businesses would not serve liquor.
Carter County athletes receive top conference honors - www.elizabethton.com
For Cochran, a senior, it was a year of changes as he moved from the running back position into the quarterback spot, from where he helped give the Warriors a late-season spark as they battled to take a share of the conference crown. Offensively, Cochran provided the Warriors with 982 total offensi
Hartman notes good turnout at Main Street Program discussions - www.elizabethton.com
Starting this year, city leaders began the discussions of possible rejoining Mainstreet American Program again after Elizabethton was a part of the group in the 80s. The Main Street America Program, which is a part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, focuses on—you guessed it—the revita
Elizabethton man wins steak cookoff, qualifies for world championship
In his competitive grilling debut, Hubbard took home the top prize at last month’s Boo & Brews Spooktacular Steak Cookoff in Big Stone Gap. In addition to a trophy, Hubbard walked away with $1,000 and a golden ticket to a world championship steak cookoff, which will be held in Texas next year.
KPD: One person killed in Colonial Heights crash
Local HeadlinesRestaurants offering Veterans Day dealsNewRestaurants around the region are thanking veterans and active military members by offering deals on Veterans Day. Proof of service may be required in order to take advantage of the deals.Read More »8 mins agoYour Weekly Constitutional: Abraha