The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation was at the scene of an officer-involved shooting that took place at around 11 p.m. Sunday night in the woods behind the Bulls Gap VFW.
At approximately 11:30 p.m., the Fort Blackmore VFD reported eight hikers had been rescued and “around 20” are still stranded.
Earlier this month a 24-year-old Kingsport man was killed when his motorcycle struck a truck on West Stone Drive.
William Boyde McCloud was arrested early Sunday morning and charged with domestic assault, child abuse and neglect, and violation of an order of protection.
A traffic stop early Monday morning on a vehicle with only one working taillight on W. Stone Drive in Kingsport resulted in three arrested for meth and marijuana trafficking.
A Sullivan County parent has filed a $1.2 million federal lawsuit against Johnson City claiming their son was discriminated against because of his race.
While there is no known reason to suspect foul play at this time, being out of contact for such an extended period of time is reportedly out of character for him, the KPD said in a release.
After a three-month delay due to COVID-19-related emergency orders, a Wise County grand jury met Wednesday to indict 38 people on charges ranging from drunk driving to drugs and strangulation.
A Pennington Gap man indicted in 2019 for his part in a methamphetamine distribution ring will serve a 15-year federal prison term.
Individuals booked into the Sullivan County Jail from May 18 through May 20. All persons shown are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
All 11 true bills returned by a Sullivan County grand jury on Wednesday are on charges Megan Boswell gave false reports to police regarding her then-missing daughter, Evelyn Mae Boswell.
An effort earlier this year to upgrade Hawkins County's emergency radio system was stalled by the COVID-19 crisis, prompting a heated exchange Monday between the mayor and a commissioner over the lack of progress.
DUI and other charges were dismissed Monday against suspended Rogersville police officer Chris Funk after Sessions Judge Todd Ross ruled that there were technical errors in the search warrant and arrest warrant.
The Hawkins County woman who was arrested Sunday for misuse of 911 after she claimed country star Blake Shelton was trying to kill her was back in jail Monday night after allegedly making another Shelton-related 911 call.
It’s a great time to get out on the water. Got that life jacket handy?