Eight of the occupants killed were not wearing seat belts; two of the fatalities were from in alcohol-related crashes. More>>
State officials have confirmed that a strain of E. coli that sickened nine children has been matched to animal waste collected at an East Tennessee dairy farm that sells raw milk. More>>
Thanks to a new communications satellite launched in 2011, a company named Exede Internet is beaming a message of hope from outer space to those stranded in the Internet wastelands. More>>
Restaurants at eight Tennessee state parks will be open Nov. 28 to serve Thanksgiving dinner. More>>
Johnson's salary was frozen under the federal pay freeze. But his base salary paid for nine months of work, $712,500, represented only 12% of his total compensation. More>>
It's that time of the year again: Tennessee State Parks is offering special winter rates. More>>
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says the state has benefited from a company hired to manage its assets, despite a comptroller's report that suggests the company may have benefited from its own advice, creating a conflict of... More>>
A Sequatchie County resident is in the hospital after a late night stabbing. More>>
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam says he's committed to improving the salaries of the state's teachers and plans to provide some degree of funding in his proposed budget to start doing so. More>>
The dam's engineers chose a location on the Tennessee River near Jasper, TN, because the river was narrow there, and that stretch -- the Tennessee River Gorge -- was notoriously tough to navigate because of turbulent waters. More>>
In a county where fireworks stores are outnumbered only by churches, the command to "love thy neighbor" is forgotten each year when the game is played. More>>
A scam warning for you that is targeting the elderly. A phone calls tells the victim they have won some money and then gives directions on what to do next.
Those we talked with at the station say it's been a long road to improvement and earning back the trust of the community. More>>
A new report shows there were more than 7,500 cases of bullying reported in Tennessee's public schools during the 2012-13 school year. More>>
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and law enforcement agencies across the state will be collecting unused prescription medications on Saturday. More>>
Brandon Boston turned his back on it as long as he could. Eventually, though, he had to face it. More>>
Nearly 400 state workers in the Tennessee Department of Labor are being furloughed because of the partial federal government shutdown. More>>
The American Civil Liberties Union - Tennessee has sent letters to school administrators to give them legal information regarding school-sponsored prayer at public school football programs.
A fallen tree in Sequatchie County caused a widespread power outage Monday morning. More>>
In early August state and Dunlap city leaders allocated $150,000 to help stabilize the properties in phase 3 of the New Hope subdivision. More>>
Thieves got away with a key piece of equipment from a Sequatchie County tent revival earlier this week-- the tent. More>>
Premiums under the cheapest plan offered in Tennessee would average $181 per month, the third-lowest rate in the country. More>>
The Tennessee State Library and Archives is adding more than 1 million newspaper pages to its free online collection. More>>
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrested a Sequatchie County official on child rape charges Monday. More>>
Shaw Industries announced Tuesday plans to expand its facility in South Pittsburg. More>>
A Sequatchie County pastor has been hosting a tent revival in the Whitwell area for the last week, but Monday, discovered a thief took off with the tent.
State elections officials nationwide have declared Tuesday National Voters Registration Day to encourage people to register and participate. More>>
Although state officials have made improvements in how driver service centers operate, motorists still have long wait times for service. More>>
State Troopers and police are cracking down on dangerous driving this Labor Day weekend. Agencies from six states, including Tennessee and Georgia, team up for Hands Across the Border. More>>
For nearly three years homeowners in phase three of New Hope Subdivision, a senior-living community, have gone without paved roads, gutters, sidewalks, mailboxes and driveways. More>>
People in Bledsoe County need help. Countless are going hungry and won't be able to feed their families. More>>
The grant, of $150,000, will help "stabilize properties" in the New Hope Subdivision and can be used repair gutters, complete the installation of sidewalks and more.
The ordinance has passed one or all readings in Manchester, Monteagle, all five towns in Franklin County, and Tracy City and Palmer in Grundy County. More>>
Many schools in the South still allow for corporal punishment and some question its use.
TDOT has announced which projects it will accept bids for on August 30. More>>
A private plane had to make an emergency landing Saturday after a malfunction. More>>
One of two men charged earlier this month in a stabbing on Sequatchie County, Tenn.'s Lewis Chapel Mountain is free on bond as the victim in the incident recovers and a court hearing looms on Friday. More>>
DesJarlais was first elected in 2010. But the congressman, who has run as a staunch pro-life advocate, was rocked in 2012 by revelations showing he had encouraged a patient to seek an abortion in 2000. More>>
The Tennessee Highway Patrol says traffic fatalities on state roadways have declined nearly 14 percent for the first six months of 2013, compared with the same period last year. More>>
Rhea county's Michael Neal has mastered the art of juggling. At 21-years-old he runs and operates the Dayton Boat Dock which is hosting this weekend's FLW fishing tournament on Chickamauga Lake.
It started as a challenge between a Tennessee fishing pro and his wife to make better fishing tackle.
As summer starts, many of us will be spending more time outdoors. From falls, to snake bites, there are dangers out there. There's also a right and a wrong way to treat injuries. More>>
David Gordon Jenkins is described as a white male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5'10" and weighs approximately 185 lbs. He has numerous tattoos on his arms, left shoulder, chest, back and thighs, as well as numerous scars. More>>
The visitors and the festival itself put more than $50 million into the local Manchester and Tennessee economies last year. More>>
Serenity Pointe is headed to storm-ravaged Oklahoma to help storm victims. More>>
State transportation officials say a DeKalb County bridge over the Caney Fork River will be closed for about 20 hours this weekend. More>>
William Keener blames his health issues on Brush Creek in Dunlap off Highway 111, which is where he currently receives water. More>>
Showers and storms should end by around sunset this Sunday evening. Please be aware that even after storms are gone some roads/intersections may remain under water from flash flooding. More>>
The homeowner believes his garage was targeted by drug users. More>>
More than 30,000 people were left without phone service in two counties. More>>
After several hours of hard work, the telephone land lines appear to be almost fully restored.
Sequatchie County has been without an emergency room for nearly three years.
That means critical care is a 25 to 45 minute ambulance ride, but county officials say that's on track to change. More>>
A new study, released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, showed most U.S. drivers reported talking on their cellphone and about one in three read or sent text or email messages when driving. More>>
Of the region's more than two dozen school systems, many have resource officers at least in their high schools. Some systems have them in middle schools, and a few have officers assigned to elementary schools or are considering it in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook attack. More>>
Though UT insists it's not personal, Alabama alums suggested the move is "petty." More>>