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    Johnson City native Daniel Norris appears to be heading to the Major Leagues of professional baseball. Johnson City native Daniel Norris appears to be heading to the Major Leagues of professional baseball.

    Update: Johnson City native Daniel Norris called up to Toronto Blue Jays MLB team Video included

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    Johnson City native Daniel Norris appears to be heading to the Major Leagues of professional baseball.Multiple news sources are reporting Norris will be among a contingent of players that will be called up to the big leagues Monday by the Toronto Blue Jays. More>>

    Tweetsie Trail already spawning new businesses Video included

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    The Tweetsie Trail has officially been connecting Johnson City and Elizabethton for only a few days but it's already starting to pay economic dividends.Thousands have been using the trail for hiking, biking and walking for months before the trail opened. More>>

    Update: Russell County man found alive

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    Police are asking for your help in finding a missing Russell County man. More>>

    Sheriff: man used "Street Chat" app to threaten to kill a child in Unicoi County school Video included

    A man is under arrest in Unicoi County accused of threatening to kill a child in school Tuesday.    Sheriff Mike Hensley said the "adult Hispanic male" used the new app "Street Chat." A man is under arrest in Unicoi County accused of threatening to kill a child in school Tuesday. Sheriff Mike Hensley said the "adult Hispanic male" used the new app "Street Chat."
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    A man is under arrest in Unicoi County accused of threatening to kill a child in school Tuesday. Sheriff Mike Hensley said the man used the new app "Street Chat."Sheriff Mike Hensley said his department made the arrest with the help of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation after a day-long investigation. More>>

    Lunceford takes over as Carter County Sheriff Video included

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    There's a new sheriff in town, and he made it known quickly he was ready to take office. More>>

    Union submits public records request regarding ETSU outsourcing discussions

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    The push to prevent East Tennessee State University from outsourcing positions last year, particularly custodial jobs, is once again relevant. Tennessee's Higher Education Union, United Campus Workers, submitted an open records request last week for information on current private contractor complaints, and all communication between the university and potential bidders for the university's Physical Plant operations, including custodial services. News Channel 11's Kylie McGivern spoke with Unit... More>>

    New sheriff has big plans for Greene County Video included

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    Pat Hankins officially took over as sheriff today after a 16-year run by former Sheriff Steve Burns.
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    Tweetsie Trail draws big crowd on Labor Day

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    The newly opened Tweetsie Trail drew large crowds on Labor Day as people enjoyed the beautiful weather and the holiday with hundreds of walkers, runners and bike riders. The parking lots along Alabama Street in Johnson City were overflowing and cars were parked for at least a half-mile along Maple St. More>>

    MOST WANTED: man caught on camera in Sullivan Co. shopping with stolen checks Video included

    The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office is searching for Matthew Thomas. The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office is searching for Matthew Thomas.
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    Last October, a woman told investigators she noticed money missing from her checking account, and she suspected the culprit could be her relative.
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    Storm Team 11 Weather: Partly Cloudy Skies Tonight

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    Partly cloudy tonight w/ a stray shower possible

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    AP investigation: Tobacco commission grants had Terry Kilgore family connections Video included

    Terry Kilgore said his family ties have not affected the commission's investments, and noted that projects have to be vetted by the commission's staff before he and other commissioners vote on them. Terry Kilgore said his family ties have not affected the commission's investments, and noted that projects have to be vetted by the commission's staff before he and other commissioners vote on them.
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    A Virginia commission that invests money from a national tobacco settlement gave $21 million to an economic development group and a telephone cooperative run by family members of the commission's powerful chairman, according to a review of grants by The Associated Press. More>>

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    Friday Morning Kickoff: Tennessee High Drum Line Video included

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    Friday Morning Kickoff: Tennessee High Video included

    Friday Morning Kickoff took us to Tennessee High on Friday 8/29 More>>

    East Tennessee soldiers prepare for deployment to Kuwait Video included

    More than 120 Tennessee soldiers from the 252nd Military Police Company gathered Friday morning in Cleveland, Tennessee to say goodbye to friends and family as they prepared for deployment overseas.  More>>

    Man hospitalized after hitting his head on rock in Boone Lake

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    A Johnson City man was arrested Saturday after police said he assaulted his father with a hammer.According to police, Robert Collins, 25, attacked the victim, choked him, hit him with a hammer, and then smashed a kitchen window.Collins was charged with one count of aggravated domestic assault and one count of vandalism.He's in the Washington County Detention Center on $25,000 bond.Copyright WJHL 2014. All rights reserved. More>>

    Johnson City man arrested for aggravated domestic assault

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    A Johnson City man was arrested Saturday after police said he assaulted his father with a hammer.According to police, Robert Collins, 25, attacked the victim, choked him, hit him with a hammer, and then smashed a kitchen window.Collins was charged with one count of aggravated domestic assault and one count of vandalism.He's in the Washington County Detention Center on $25,000 bond.Copyright WJHL 2014. All rights reserved. More>>

    Excitement contagious at Tweetsie Trail opening weekend Video included

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    The Tweetsie Trail had its grand opening on Saturday, and already people in the area are telling us its one of their favorite places to recreate in the Tri-Cities.
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    TWRA: calm holiday weekend on Boone Lake

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    On Sunday we met up with a Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency boating officer who was patrolling on Boone Lake. More>>

    Three crash-related deaths reported in Kingsport this week

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    The death of a twelve year old boy who was hospitalized after a crash on Thursday marks the third crash-related death in Kingsport this week.The boy died at the University of Tennessee Medical Center Saturday morning.The crash happened Thursday afternoon on East Stone Drive. According to investigators, the driver of a Chevrolet Suburban rear-ended a Kia Sedona minivan. The minivan then side-swiped a Honda CRV and hit another SUV head on.The driver of the minivan, along with two children, ages... More>>

    Your Weekly Constitutional: The British Constitution Video included

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    If you want to see the U.S. Constitution, it's easy – just take a trip to the National Archives where it's on public display. But what if you want to see the British Constitution? More>>

    Medical Watch: Health Resources Center offers free services Video included

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    The Health Resources Centers offers FREE services that can help folks reach their personal best to be as healthy as possible. More>>

    Elementary school principal facing drug charge

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    An elementary school principal has been suspended after being charged with buying crack cocaine. More>>

    Russell County house fire under investigation

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    The cause of a Russell County house fire is under investigation. More>>

    Kingsport man dies from injuries sustained in Friday night accident Video included

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    A Kingsport man has died as a result of his injuries he sustained in a Friday night car accident.

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    Wheels in the Hills brings new type of festival to Jonesborough Video included

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    People in Jonesborough heard the roar of engines Saturday for the inaugural Wheels in the Hills event.The event took place downtown and included a motorcycle poker run and car cruise-in.There was locally-made barbecue, a local band for entertainment, and even a corn hole tournament."The event brings a whole new demographic into town that you don't normally see in Jonesborough. Normally you have the storytelling, and Jonesborough days, and crafts and things. Today we have bikes and cars and it... More>>

    Dog wash hosted to benefit area K9 officers Video included

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    Folks brought their canine companions to a benefit dog wash in Johnson City Saturday afternoon.The dog was was set up to raise money to buy extra equipment for K9 police dogs in the Tri-Cities area.Pet owners could also try out various natural pet products at the event, and there were also some dogs up for adoption, ready to find their forever homes.Copyright WJHL 2014. All rights reserved. More>>

    Tweetsie Trail Trek celebrates the trail's grand opening

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    Many folks in Johnson City and Elizabethton kicked off the Labor Day holiday weekend with the opening of the Tweetsie Trail Saturday morning.The Tweetsie Trail Trek, three races for bikers, walkers, and runners, marked the opening of the brand new ten mile hiking and biking trail that connects the two cities.In all, about 2,000 people were registered to participate in Saturday's events that began in Elizabethton in the morning and continued into the afternoon in Johnson City.Copyright WJHL 20... More>>

    Baconfest heads to Johnson City for second straight year Video included

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    It's a festival all about bacon! And for the second year in a row, the Tri-Cities Baconfest chose Johnson City to host the big day.Brandi Woodall, Festival Producer, said 16 different vendors set up for the event.Some of the highlights included bacon coffee, bacon biscuits, and even bacon flavored beer."The thing about bacon is it can be utilized in so many different ways, it's not just for breakfast. So when people come to Baconfest, they get to taste the creativity of these local restaurant... More>>

    Five people arrested on drug charges in Sullivan County

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    Five people were arrested after Sullivan County authorities said they were involved in drug activity, including selling a drug known as “gravel” close to a Kingsport school.According to the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office, deputies found baggies of a substance they believe to be “gravel” at Darrell Larkins' home. Larkins lives across the street from Sullivan Middle School. Investigators also found digital scales and more than $300 in cash at the home.Jessica Hobbs and Thomas Cole were also a... More>>

    Cumberplunge first event of its kind in Bristol Video included

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    It was a warm day out, but hundreds of people in Bristol, Virginia had a unique way of cooling off. On Saturday the city hosted its first ever Cumberplunge, an idea they got from halfway around the world. More>>

    Law enforcement increases patrols, sets up checkpoints for Labor Day Weekend Video included

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    Law enforcement officers are out in full force, making sure folks are driving safely this holiday weekend.Officers are beefing up patrols and setting up checkpoints to look for impaired drivers and other violations.“We have various types of checkpoints, driver's license checkpoints, sobriety checkpoints, seatbelt checkpoints. We come as a team, the highway patrol and the local city agencies and county agencies come together and our judges,” Lieutenant Christy Osborne told News Channel 11.Osbo... More>>

    Medical Watch: Mended Hearts Support Group Video included

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    Mended Hearts is a national and community-based non-profit organization that offers information and support to individuals who have had heart surgery. More>>

    Federal judge halts key part of Texas abortion law

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    A federal judge has thrown out new abortion restrictions that would have banned the procedure at most Texas facilities where women can legally end a pregnancy. More>>

    THP to conduct 'no refusal' enforcement Labor Day weekend Video included

    Troopers will enforce a "no refusal" campaign across Tennessee roadways over the Labor Day weekend. The enforcement will include driver checkpoints. More>>

    Toppers blast Cyclones

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    SHHS vs ElizabethtonMo West vs GreenevilleCherokee vs Daniel BooneUnicoi Co. vs David CrockettSullivan South vs Tn HighEast Hamilton vs D-BVolunteer vs Sullivan NorthHappy Valley vs CloudlandOneida vs HamptonUnaka vs Sull. EastChuckey-Doak vs S. GreeneCosby vs W. GreeneCumberland gap vs N. Greene Richlands vs Gate CityAbingdon vs J. BattleNorthwood vs Twin SpringsThomas Walker vs P. Henry More>>

    App "Streetchat" brings new wave of cyberbullying concerns Video included

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    Wanted: trio steal hundreds of dollars in items from Elizabethton Walmart

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    Elizabethton Police are trying to find three people who stole $800 worth of merchandise from Walmart in Elizabethton.It happened about 4:30 p.m. on August 19th."You can see the three people entering the store on surveillance video," said Capt. Joy Markland, Elizabethton Police. "We're pretty sure they were working together." More>>

    Rock Springs Elementary principal addresses animal sightings on school grounds Video included

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    We first told you about a bear, and snake sightings earlier this week at Rock Springs Elementary in Sullivan County. On Friday we went to the school, where we were told the playground and outside areas are still temporarily closed.
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    Trial pushed back for Alexa Linboom murder case Video included

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    The murder trial of two suspects charged with the murder of a 5-year-old Hawkins County girl will now begin three years after her death. Randall and Mary Vaughn appeared in a Hawkins County courtroom Friday where newly elected District Attorney Dan Armstrong asked for more time to review the case. More>>

    KPD arrests man on aggravated robbery charges

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    Kingsport Police Department officers arrested a Kingsport man Thursday following a call about a robbery on Highpoint Avenue. More>>

    What's Working: Bristol YMCA's program helps teens become leaders Video included

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    Every Monday afternoon at 4:30, teenagers gather at the Bristol YMCA. It's called the Teen Leaders program." More>>

    THP probe into April off-duty deputy crash incomplete, deputies still on medical leave Video included

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    Two Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies remain on medical leave, four months after the Tennessee Highway Patrol began investigating a crash that injured the pair. "This incident remains under investigation," THP Sgt. Bill Miller said. "Once all the evidence has been processed then investigators will determine their course of action." The sheriff's office says Deputies Louis Cunningham and Tim Moore are still out on medical leave. Both men, who were off-duty at the time, were seriously... More>>

    Bristol, Va. police search for man accused in officer assault Video included

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    Two Bristol, Virginia Police Department officers were injured Friday afternoon, while they attempted to arrest a man who was wanted for failing to register his new address as a sex offender, as well as for felony shoplifting. More>>

    It's National College Colors Day: Send us your pics!

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    It's National College Colors Day!National College Colors Day is celebrated on the first Friday of each college school year where students, parents, family, fans, alumni and others, wear their school's colors or college apparel. More>>

    Roanoke group works to bring state of the art medical care to Dominican Republic communities Video included

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    Solid Rock International is committed to seeing change for people who need medical care in San Juan. More>>

    Telford man accused of assaulting minor Video included

    The Washington County Sheriff's Office says deputies arrested Charles W. Whitson, 36, after a juvenile had signs of bruising around the neck and face. More>>

    New Shindigs restaurant coming to downtown Bristol, opens Sept. 2

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    The new restaurant side of the business is scheduled to open for lunch on Tuesday, September 2nd. Lunch will be served daily from Monday through Saturday. Nate Singleton, co-owner of the new restaurant said recently that his group is hoping to fill a niche in the downtown lunch scene.  More>>

    Former Hawkins sheriff employee charged with statutory rape Video included

    A former Hawkins County Sheriff's Office employee was charged Thursday with three counts of statutory rape. More>>

    Friday Morning Kickoff at Tennessee High School

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    The News Channel 11 Friday Morning Kickoff crew were in Bristol this morning at Tennessee High School to help celebrate tonight's game. More>>

    Judge to hear advocacy groups' lawsuit urging medicare expansion in TN

    A federal judge is scheduled to hear arguments in a lawsuit accusing the state of failing to provide certain services required by the federal health care law. More>>

    Father, step-mother of Alexa Linboom to appear for hearing in Hawkins County Video included

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    The parents of a young girl whose death shocked the region are due in court today. More>>

    Sullivan Co. deputies arrest Kingsport couple following report of stabbing Video included

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    Sullivan County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a Kingsport couple following a report of a stabbing Thursday. More>>

    Former Sullivan South assistant band director indicted on 13 counts of statutory rape Video included

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    A Johnson City man was indicted Wednesday on 13 counts of statutory rape by the Sullivan County Grand Jury following an investigation into an alleged relationship with a teenage girl. More>>

    Donors give $8K to purchase headstone for murdered 2-year-old girl Video included

    Almost two years after her death, Wise County Deputies realized Emma Baldwin had not received a proper burial. Almost two years after her death, Wise County Deputies realized Emma Baldwin had not received a proper burial.
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    The Wise County Sheriff Office is raising money to purchase a tombstone for Emma Baldwin.The 2-year-old girl was murdered in October 2012. More>>

    Wounded Ft. Campbell vet surprised with mortgage-free home Video included

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    A wounded soldier learned at Thursday night's Titans game that a mortgage-free home will be built for him and his family in Hendersonville. More>>

    Proposed Pigeon Forge restaurant with distillery creates dispute

    A business owner is trying to open up a restaurant in Pigeon Gorge that would include a distillery. So far the Pigeon Forge Planning Commission isn't moving forward with the idea. More>>

    Dobyns-Bennett Marching Band takes on Ice Bucket Challenge Video included

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    Almost 400 local students are the latest to participate ina fundraising campaign gone viral. People from across the country and around the world have been dousing themselves in ice-cold water to help find a cure for ALS.Since July 29th, the Ice Bucket Challenge has raised more than $94 million for the fight against ALS. The challenge continues to spread as people step up to raise money and awareness for the devastating disease.Thursday, one of the largest bands in the state of Tennessee took ... More>>

    Community funded Tweetsie Trail opens Thursday Video included

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    The official opening of the long awaited Tweetsie Trail is finally here. Thursday is the ribbon cutting, followed by a celebration this weekend at the Tweetsie Trail Trek on Saturday. More>>

    Lawsuit against Sullivan Co. moves forward Video included

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    After months of back and forth, Sullivan County leaders could not come to an agreement Thursday morning to settle a lawsuit involving 7 former highway department employees.For an hour and a half, commissioners discussed the a settlement that would give each employee $3,000. Commissioners also discussed the possibility of rehiring 3 of the 7 workers.Sullivan County Attorney Dan Street urged the commission to make a decision."Let’s not pass it on to the next commission solely for the purpose of... More>>

    Just Jump trampoline park coming to Johnson City

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    Johnson City is going to be home to the first trampoline park in the Tri-Cities and southwest Virginia later this year. Local families will no longer have to drive over 90 miles to find the closest facility of its kind. 



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    Tony Stewart to return to competition Sunday Video included

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    Tony Stewart will return to Sprint Cup competition Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway, ending a three-race hiatus after his car struck and killed a fellow driver during a dirt-track race. More>>

    TONIGHT: UT preseason show, Titans game airs on Me-TV 11.2

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    University of Tennessee and Titans fans have something to cheer about. We have some special programming on ME TV (11.2).  More>>

    ETSU football announces second annual Women’s Football 101 Clinic

    The clinic costs $20 per person in advance, and $25 at the door, while ETSU faculty/staff may attend for just $10 and students are free with a valid ID. More>>

    VIDEO: Dolly Parton accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Kenny Rogers

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    Dolly Parton has recently been challenged by several famous folks, including her duet partner Kenny Rodgers.  More>>

    2 fired after teen suicides at state facility Video included

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    Two officers have been fired and a manager has resigned after an independent review of two suicides at a youth detention center in East Tennessee. More>>

    Northeast TN health officials investigating increase in salmonella cases Video included

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    The Northeast Tennessee Regional Health Office is investigating a sharp increase in salmonella cases. According to health officials, 19 cases of salmonella have been reported in the area since August 7th. More>>

    Dobyns-Bennett's Makale Foreman named Player of the Week

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    There weren't many games in week zero of the high school football season, but there were a number of big time efforts. Two different Tri-Cities running backs topped 200 yards, but it was a wide-receiver who stood above the rest. More>>

    Sullivan South preps for showdown against Tennessee High

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    With week zero in the rear view mirror, teams in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia are preparing for week number one of the high school football season.  More>>

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    "Cops" employee dies from gunshot wound while filming Video included

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    When the call came from an officer who needed help facing an armed robber at a fast-food restaurant, two members of a reality television show riding along with Omaha police hustled to record the confrontation. More>>

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    • Update: Johnson City native Daniel Norris called up to Toronto Blue Jays MLB team

      Update: Johnson City native Daniel Norris called up to Toronto Blue Jays MLB team

      Tuesday, September 2 2014 12:05 AM EDT2014-09-02 04:05:15 GMT
      Johnson City native Daniel Norris appears to be heading to the Major Leagues of professional baseball.Johnson City native Daniel Norris appears to be heading to the Major Leagues of professional baseball.
      Johnson City native Daniel Norris appears to be heading to the Major Leagues of professional baseball.Multiple news sources are reporting Norris will be among a contingent of players that will be called up to the big leagues Monday by the Toronto Blue Jays.
      Johnson City native Daniel Norris appears to be heading to the Major Leagues of professional baseball.Multiple news sources are reporting Norris will be among a contingent of players that will be called up to the big leagues Monday by the Toronto Blue Jays.
    • Tweetsie Trail already spawning new businesses

      Tweetsie Trail already spawning new businesses

      Monday, September 1 2014 11:43 PM EDT2014-09-02 03:43:58 GMT
      The Tweetsie Trail has officially been connecting Johnson City and Elizabethton for only a few days but it's already starting to pay economic dividends.Thousands have been using the trail for hiking, biking and walking for months before the trail opened.
      The Tweetsie Trail has officially been connecting Johnson City and Elizabethton for only a few days but it's already starting to pay economic dividends.Thousands have been using the trail for hiking, biking and walking for months before the trail opened.
    • Update: Russell County man found alive

      Update: Russell County man found alive

      Monday, September 1 2014 10:42 PM EDT2014-09-02 02:42:07 GMT
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      Police are asking for your help in finding a missing Russell County man.
      Police are asking for your help in finding a missing Russell County man.
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    • US military targets extremists in Somalia

      US military targets extremists in Somalia

      Tuesday, September 2 2014 2:21 AM EDT2014-09-02 06:21:11 GMT
      The Pentagon says U.S. military forces have targeted the Islamic extremist al-Shabaab network in an operation in Somalia.
      U.S. military forces targeted the Islamic extremist al-Shabab network in an operation Monday in Somalia, the Pentagon said.
    • Detroit's historic bankruptcy trial to begin

      Detroit's historic bankruptcy trial to begin

      Tuesday, September 2 2014 2:11 AM EDT2014-09-02 06:11:03 GMT
      Lawyers for Detroit will attempt to convince a judge with the start of the city's bankruptcy trial that its plans to wipe out billions of dollars in debt should be approved.
      Lawyers for Detroit will attempt to convince a federal judge at the city's bankruptcy trial that its plans to wipe out billions of dollars in debt should be approved.
    • Civil disobedience expected in fast-food pay fight

      Civil disobedience expected in fast-food pay fight

      Tuesday, September 2 2014 12:29 AM EDT2014-09-02 04:29:46 GMT
      McDonald's, Wendy's and other fast-food restaurants are expected to be targeted with acts of civil disobedience that could lead to arrests Thursday as labor organizers escalate their campaign to unionize...
      McDonald's, Wendy's and other fast-food restaurants are expected to be targeted with acts of civil disobedience that could lead to arrests Thursday as labor organizers escalate their campaign to unionize the...
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    • Jennifer Lawrence requests nude pics investigation

      Jennifer Lawrence requests nude pics investigation

      LOS ANGELES (AP) - The FBI says it is addressing allegations that nude photos of several female celebrities have been stolen and posted online.A statement released by the agency Monday afternoon doesn't elaborate on what steps are being taken to determine how intimate images of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and other stars were leaked.The photos of Lawrence and others began appearing online Sunday. The 24-year-old's publicist called the release of the images a violation of the actre...
      LOS ANGELES (AP) - The FBI says it is addressing allegations that nude photos of several female celebrities have been stolen and posted online.A statement released by the agency Monday afternoon doesn't elaborate on what steps are being taken to determine how intimate images of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and other stars were leaked.The photos of Lawrence and others began appearing online Sunday. The 24-year-old's publicist called the release of the images a violation of the actre...
    • “Energy!” is the theme for the JCSO’s 45th season

      “Energy!” is the theme for the JCSO’s 45th season

      Friday, August 29 2014 10:31 PM EDT2014-08-30 02:31:26 GMT
      The following was submitted for publication.The Johnson City Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Music Director and Conductor Robert J. Seebacher, will open its 2014-15 season with their annual free outdoor concert on September 7, 2014, at Winged Deer Park. “The 2014-15 season of the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra features energetic and powerful pieces.
      The following was submitted for publication.The Johnson City Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Music Director and Conductor Robert J. Seebacher, will open its 2014-15 season with their annual free outdoor concert on September 7, 2014, at Winged Deer Park. “The 2014-15 season of the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra features energetic and powerful pieces.
    • It's National College Colors Day: Send us your pics!

      It's National College Colors Day: Send us your pics!

      Friday, August 29 2014 4:40 PM EDT2014-08-29 20:40:35 GMT
      It's National College Colors Day!National College Colors Day is celebrated on the first Friday of each college school year where students, parents, family, fans, alumni and others, wear their school's colors or college apparel.
      It's National College Colors Day!National College Colors Day is celebrated on the first Friday of each college school year where students, parents, family, fans, alumni and others, wear their school's colors or college apparel.
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    • Federal court filings show holes used for sex acts inside Bristol adult novelty store

      Federal court filings show holes used for sex acts inside Bristol adult novelty store

      Thursday, August 28 2014 1:58 AM EDT2014-08-28 05:58:06 GMT
      Federal court documents reveal in the past, the owner of an adult novelty store on State Street in Bristol, Va. was selling more than just lingerie, pornography and synthetic drugs. Instead, pictures filed at the federal courthouse in Greeneville earlier this month show waist-high holes in private rooms inside Exotic Illusions.
      Federal court documents reveal in the past, the owner of an adult novelty store on State Street in Bristol, Va. was selling more than just lingerie, pornography and synthetic drugs. Instead, pictures filed at the federal courthouse in Greeneville earlier this month show waist-high holes in private rooms inside Exotic Illusions.
    • July Mugshots - Northeast Tennessee

      July Mugshots - Northeast Tennessee

      Tuesday, August 26 2014 1:51 PM EDT2014-08-26 17:51:57 GMT
      The following are mugshots of individuals arrested on a variety of charges in July by local authorities in Northeast Tennessee.
      The following are mugshots of individuals arrested on a variety of charges in July by local authorities in Northeast Tennessee.
    • Man hospitalized after hitting his head on rock in Boone Lake

      Man hospitalized after hitting his head on rock in Boone Lake

      Sunday, August 31 2014 10:38 PM EDT2014-09-01 02:38:48 GMT
      A Johnson City man was arrested Saturday after police said he assaulted his father with a hammer.According to police, Robert Collins, 25, attacked the victim, choked him, hit him with a hammer, and then smashed a kitchen window.Collins was charged with one count of aggravated domestic assault and one count of vandalism.He's in the Washington County Detention Center on $25,000 bond.Copyright WJHL 2014. All rights reserved.
      A Johnson City man was arrested Saturday after police said he assaulted his father with a hammer.According to police, Robert Collins, 25, attacked the victim, choked him, hit him with a hammer, and then smashed a kitchen window.Collins was charged with one count of aggravated domestic assault and one count of vandalism.He's in the Washington County Detention Center on $25,000 bond.Copyright WJHL 2014. All rights reserved.
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    • Friday Morning Kickoff at Tennessee High School

      Friday Morning Kickoff at Tennessee High School

      Friday, August 29 2014 12:56 PM EDT2014-08-29 16:56:23 GMT
      The News Channel 11 Friday Morning Kickoff crew were in Bristol this morning at Tennessee High School to help celebrate tonight's game.
      The News Channel 11 Friday Morning Kickoff crew were in Bristol this morning at Tennessee High School to help celebrate tonight's game.
    • Get into the school spirit with #WJHL's Friday Morning Kickoff!

      Get into the school spirit with #WJHL's Friday Morning Kickoff!

      Friday, August 29 2014 12:44 PM EDT2014-08-29 16:44:50 GMT
      Use #WJHLKick to become a part of our pep rally!Use #WJHLKick to become a part of our pep rally!
      Are you ready for high school football? News Channel 11's Kasey Marler, Anna Zook and Meteorologist Jeremy Eisenzophf will be kicking things off Friday morning at 5:00 a.m. with a LIVE preview of the Daniel Boone and Elizabethton High School game Friday night.Do you want to rally for your school to be featured in our morning show pep rally. We need your help. Show us your school spirit by using the hashtag #WJHLKickoff to tell us where we should hold our ultimate pep rally each week.Each week...
      Are you ready for high school football? News Channel 11's Kasey Marler, Anna Zook and Meteorologist Jeremy Eisenzophf will be kicking things off Friday morning at 5:00 a.m. with a LIVE preview of the Daniel Boone and Elizabethton High School game Friday night.Do you want to rally for your school to be featured in our morning show pep rally. We need your help. Show us your school spirit by using the hashtag #WJHLKickoff to tell us where we should hold our ultimate pep rally each week.Each week...
    • July Mugshots - Northeast Tennessee

      July Mugshots - Northeast Tennessee

      Tuesday, August 26 2014 1:51 PM EDT2014-08-26 17:51:57 GMT
      The following are mugshots of individuals arrested on a variety of charges in July by local authorities in Northeast Tennessee.
      The following are mugshots of individuals arrested on a variety of charges in July by local authorities in Northeast Tennessee.
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