Court blocks Va. same-sex unions -
Preparations for same-sex marriages across Virginia halted Wednesday afternoon after the Supreme Court agreed to delay an appeals court ruling striking down the state’s gay marriage ban.
Bass Pro enjoys its long-awaited grand opening at The Pinnacle -
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Company founder and CEO Johnny Morris stood alongside his 250 employees who lined the aisles Wednesday evening and cheered for the thousands who came to see and shop inside his 68th B
McDonnell testifies in corruption trial he gave Star no special help -
Former Gov. Bob McDonnell took the witness stand Wednesday at his corruption trial and testified that his administration provided no unusual assistance to a dietary supplement company whose CEO shower
Get ready to party NASCAR style with Food City Race Night -
Food City Race Night will have its usual collection of star driver appearances, but a spotlight this year is being reserved for five special men of valor.
E&H College's radio station soon to go mostly solar -
Construction will begin soon on two rows of solar panels, which will provide about 75 percent of the energy needed to run the transmitter for WEHC 90.7,
Race briefs for Friday, Aug. 21, 2014 -
Museum to be open late for Race Night
The Bristol Blotter for Aug. 21, 2014 -
BRISTOL TENNESSEE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Police charge driver with DUI at Bristol, Virginia school -
Bristol, Virginia police said a Washington County man was driving erratically in a school parking lot.
Bristol Library Foundation former exec charged with embezzlement -
Police said Anita Foster-Machado charged $20,000 onto a Foundation credit card between 2010 and 2013.
Miner dies in Buchanan County, Virginia accident -
Michael Junior Justice, 41, died Wednesday after a mining accident in Buchanan County, Virginia.