Special prosecutor clears Washington Co., Va. deputies of any wrongdoing in July 8 shooting death -
BRISTOL, Va. – Washington County, Virginia, sheriff’s deputies were fully justified in their use of lethal force in the July 8 shooting death of Dennis Dean Morrell, a special prosecutor said Tuesday.
Project Thanksgiving a success -
GRAY, Tenn. — Project Thanksgiving is again a success, 88.3 WCQR FM Radio has announced.
Bristol's 34th annual Christmas tree lighting to take place Monday -
BVU technicians will decorate a 50-foot Norwegian Spruce and a 25-foot Douglas Fir with 30,000 white Christmas lights.
Sullivan County, Tenn., crash kills scooter rider -
David Osborne, 29, of Bluff City, Tenn., died Tuesday morning, the THP said.
Northeast State student earns Coca-Cola Leader of Promise scholarship -
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — Northeast State Community College student Emmaline Bragg of Bristol, Virginia has been selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society as a 2014 Coca-
Falls bonds sell; Cabela's to begin construction Dec. 1 -
BRISTOL, Va. - Cabela's is scheduled to begin construction of its store in The Falls next week, following the successful sale of nearly $34 million in revenue bonds.
Berry Iron and Metal recycling cans for Christmas presents -
A local business is raising money to buy Christmas gifts for needy families by recycling aluminum cans.
Barter players to perform "Frosty" at Paramount -
BRISTOL, Tenn. — The Paramount Center for the Arts and the Barter Theatre Players have partnered to bring performances of “Frosty” to Bristol before the acting company begins a national tour.
Elkins to become 30th District Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court judge next month -
Today is the last day on the job for Wise County Commonwealth's Attorney Ron Elkins, who will take a judgeship in the 30th District Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court next month.
Crime, vagrancy, homelessness dominate Bristol safety meeting -
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Concerns about crime, vagrancy and the downtown’s homeless population dominated the conversation during a Monday meeting about downtown safety.