Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the scenic beauty, fun and frolic. Check out
Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from the fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the fun and frolic it allowed. Check out
The weekend’s winter storm continues to impact schools and sports schedules throughout Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Here’s what we know so far.
The winter storm may be over, but the pictures from Times News readers are still flowing in and we're showing them off here in our Community Scrapbooks. Check out this one and then follow the links to see even more photos from the winter storm and
Kingsport used about 950 tons of salt as of Monday morning battling the record-breaking snowfall that took place throughout the Tri-Cities on Sunday.
The winter storm blanketing the region this weekend led to road and school closures, power outages and other inconveniences. But many Times News readers also saw the good in it - making memories, snapping photos and enjoying the scenery. We asked
We asked you to share your snow photos and boy did you ever? We'll be adding photos and new galleries throughout the evening and tomorrow - including tons of photos from all across the region!
Nearly an inch of rain fell over the first half of Wednesday. A section of Reservoir Road in Sullivan County had to be temporarily closed around midday due to flooding, while Interstate 26 in Johnson City saw multiple crashes during the morning commute.
East Tennessee will see wintry precipitation this evening with a dusting to around 1” of snow accumulation forecast.
The most potent Atlantic Ocean hurricane ever, Irma weakened only slightly Thursday morning and remained a powerful Category 5 storm with winds of 180 mph (285 kph), according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center.
Hurricane Irma roared into the Caribbean with record-setting force early Wednesday, shaking people in their homes on the islands of Antigua and Barbuda on a path toward Puerto Rico and possibly Florida by the weekend.
The sun came out for a little while Monday morning, but the waters were still rising late Monday night. Heavy rain caused flooding and road closures throughout the region. Laurel Run Park and many area school systems were closed Monday Some