City police responding to a Wednesday morning domestic disturbance in Lynn Garden shot a man, according to authorities, after he came at officers while armed with a knife.
A Hawkins County couple are facing multiple charges each including meth trafficking following an investigation Sunday morning into their activities at a Church Hill motel that ended in a police pursuit.
Around 4 p.m. Saturday, multiple agencies including the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation responded to a field on Spruce Pine Road in a rural area of western Hawkins County on an anonymous tip that Robert Price of Price Septic Service was dumping sewage illegally.
It occurred on the same section of Highway 11-W that was the subject of a recently completed TDOT safety study, conducted at the request of the Rogersville Board of Mayor Aldermen.
KINGSPORT — New officer recruitment and increasing gang activity were among the top concerns expressed to U.S. Rep. Phil Roe during a law enforcement roundtable discussion on Monday.
BLOUNTVILLE — A woman has been arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle pills into the Sullivan County jail, hidden inside a pair of TVs she was sending to her incarcerated son.
"We’re gluing heads every day.” — Dr. Martha Parker, contracted by the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office to provide care for inmates in the county’s jail facilities
The 67-year-old Church Hill woman told the HCSO she received a call on April 1 from someone claiming to be from Publishers Clearing House (PCH) to inform her she'd won the $550,000 prize, but she had to pay a transaction fee.
GATE CITY — Three young Scott County residents are being lauded as heroes by the Sheriff's Office, two weeks after they found an unknown man who had intentionally shot himself, then took action to save his life.
A cardboard license plate led to the arrest of a Tennessee man wanted for a 2018 Knoxville fatal traffic crash Monday.
A Johnson City woman faces felony charges in Sullivan County after allegedly stealing more than $10,000 from an elderly or vulnerable adult.
Following a lengthy discussion the BMA approved Alderman Mark DeWitte’s motion to keep the Sugar Tree access open, accept all of the other TDOT recommendations, and ask TDOT to come up with any other possible alternatives to improve highway safety in that area.
The county has known for years that it was facing two major projects: new schools and a new jail. School expansion and renovation needs have been addressed with a $140 million project now underway. Next up is the jail.
A Civil War headstone belonging to Peter Couch (Co. D 8th TN Inf.) was stolen, along with another believed to belong to Couch's brother, William Couch. The trespassers used a metal detector to search for artifacts. Both cemeteries had several holes dug in them.
A Hawkins County man who was spotted by police Saturday walking down the road in lady's pink yoga pants, cowboy boots, and a lady's sweater allegedly admitted he'd burgled an elderly woman's home to get dry clothes.