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Past articles by Thomas:

Police following up new information in Walmart shooting investigation, DA says

A governor's reward has led to new information in the investigation of a deadly shooting at the Walmart near Volunteer Parkway. → Read More

Kingsport New Year's fireworks spark brush fire

Kingsport firefighters responded to a brush fire near Industry Road just after midnight on Monday. → Read More

Shoppers grab last minute Christmas gifts

Thousands crowded the Mall at Johnson city Saturday in an effort to pick up their last Christmas items. → Read More

Bristol Salvation Army thousands short of red kettle goal

The Bristol Salvation Army chapter is tens of thousands of dollars away from it's Red Kettle Campaign goal, according to officers. → Read More

Much-needed rain breaks 23 day dry spell

The rain Sunday broke one of the longest dry spells ever recorded in the Tri-Cities area. → Read More

UPDATE: Reward doubled to $10,000 for Washington County, Tennessee fatal DUI case

The family of a car crash victim has doubled the reward for information on the suspect in the case of Shirra Branum's death. → Read More

Kingsport and Bristol, TN schools looking to cut spending

City schools in Sullivan County are tightening their belts after the county commission cut funding last week. → Read More

UPDATE: Bristol Walmart murder victim's coworkers are "shocked" by shooting

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Boating season a strong one for local marinas

VIDEO: Boating season a strong one... SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. - With Labor Day weekend spelling the end of summer and boating season, marina owners said that business has been good this year. The weather has also been good for boating. "Obviously May was pretty slow with all the rain that we had, but once June came around things started to pick back up,” Friendship Marina General Manager Chris… → Read More

Roundup for the Roses raises money to help family of deceased student

Families hosted a fundraiser livestock show at the Appalachian Fairgrounds today. The money will go to help the family of a 16 year old boy who died in February. → Read More

Protestors in Johnson City want VA jobs filled across the nation

Veterans and concerned citizens took to the street corners in Johnson City Saturday, standing in protest of the nation's 49,000 VA job vacancies. → Read More

VIDEO: Missing Bristol woman found, family relieved

Posted: Sep 01, 2017 05:59 PM EDT Updated: Sep 01, 2017 05:59 PM EDT → Read More

Sullivan County property tax increased; Bristol and Kingsport educators upset with lost funding

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Gas prices rising in wake of Hurricane Harvey

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Washington County woman accused of murdering her husband, history of police calls to the house

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Kingsport opens Centennial Park

Kingsport celebrated its one hundredth birthday by opening the Centennial Park on East Main Street Saturday. → Read More

ETSU students provide boost to Johnson CIty restaurants

VIDEO: ETSU students provide boost to... JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - East Tennessee State University students are moving in by the thousands this weekend. Businesses here in Johnson City are ready to welcome them back. "The past few weeks you can feel that buzz,” Elise Clair, Vice President of Main Street Pizza Company, said. “We're kind of expecting a big weekend.” Clair helped open this restaurant 8… → Read More

Kingsport schools join Tennessee's Read to Be Ready program

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Sullivan County teen to star in upcoming blockbuster, "It"

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Appalachian Fair starts Monday; manager talks about safety measures

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Tenn. - The Appalachian Fairgrounds in Washington County will open Monday at 3 PM. Concerns still remain from the tragic accident last year at the Greene County Fair, where three children fell from a Ferris wheel. Fair staff will be giving each ride a point by point inspection every day before it opens. Those inspections include checking every safety restraint. They will also… → Read More