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Police Arrest Johnson City Man On A Host Of Felony Charges Including, Drugs, Weapons, And Cash
A Johnson City man is jailed on a host of charges including being a Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Police were called to 908 North Roan Street in reference to a trespassing issue. The investigation revealed Eric. E. Epps was currently on parole in Tennessee. Epps was found in possession of large amounts of Cocaine, Meth, a handgun and cash. A follow up investigation at Epps’ home uncovered another handgun, pot and a large sum of cash. Epps is scheduled for arraignment in Washington County, Tennessee.
1 injured after collision involving tractor-trailer in Hampton
HAMPTON, Tenn. (WJHL) – One person was injured following a wreck that closed the Northbound lane of Highway 19E in Hampton Sunday morning, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP). A preliminary crash report from the THP said a Dodge Ram had broken down on 19E Northbound and moved partially out of the roadway when […]
Johnson City Police Arrest Kingsport Man On Felony Evading And Drug Offenses
A Kingsport felon is off the streets after being arrested on numerous felony charges by Johnson City Police. Jamoral Hill, was spotted driving the wrong way on W. Main Street in the area of downtown. Hill refused to stop for police and fled the scene. Officers then located Hill a short time later at an apartment complex on Plymouth Road. Hill did not have a drivers license and was found to have an active warrant out of North Carolina. Officers also located controlled substances within the vehicle as well.
UPDATE: NB lane of Highway 19E reopens after multi-vehicle crash in Hampton
UPDATE: The Carter County Sheriff’s Office said all lanes have been reopened. News Channel 11 has contacted the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), who is the lead agency on the crash, for details regarding the incident. ———————————————————————————————————- HAMPTON, Tenn. (WJHL) – A Sunday morning crash has closed the northbound lane of Highway 19E in Hampton, according […]
Crowds welcome Hampton Bulldogs home as TSSAA Class 1A champions
CARTER COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) — The Carter County community welcomed the Hampton High School Bulldogs home on Sunday as TSSAA Class 1A boys basketball champions. The team rolled back into town with a police and fire escort through downtown Elizabethton after topping defending state champions, Middleton, 51-43 in Murfreesboro on Saturday evening. The win marked […]
Proud community welcomes back state champion Bulldogs
The art of the upset is first and foremost about one thing: believing. A lot of people around the state looked at Saturday’s Class 1A state basketball championship matchup of Hampton and Middleton and said it would not be a contest.
JCPD: Kingsport man arrested after allegedly fleeing from Johnson City police
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – A Kingsport man was arrested Saturday after allegedly fleeing from officers in Johnson City. Jamoral Hill, was arrested after officers with the Johnson City Police Department attempted to make a traffic stop on him when they spotted him driving in the wrong direction on West Main Street in a Black […]
Two men charged with murder in overdose death
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — Two men have been charged with second-degree murder in the overdose death of a Blountville woman. An investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Drug Related Death Task Force and the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office resulted in the indictment of the pair, a TBI press release stated.
Downtown Elizabethton planning doggone good Easter party
ELIZABETHTON — The Easter Bunny has long been the predominant pet for the spring holiday, but dogs will have their day in Elizabethton this Easter weekend. The Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department, Main Street Elizabethton, and the Elizabethton/Carter County Public Library are partnering to bring a fun spin on the Easter holiday.
The Hampton boys win their first state basketball title in 63 years
MURFREESBORO, Tenn (WCYB) — The Hampton Boys Basketball team won its first state championship since 1960 Saturday. The Bulldogs beat Middleton 51-43 in the title game. Cadon Buckles and Hayden Campbell each scored 18 to lead Hampton. Buckles was named tournament MVP.
Butte-Silver Bow Fire Department helps with residence fire in Elk Park
BUTTE, Mont. - A large residence, garage, and several vehicles were involved in a fire Saturday in Elk Park. The Butte-Silver Bow Fire Department reports they were requested for the fire in Elk Park and Engines 2 and 4 responded with Boulevard, Home Atherton, Terra Verde, and Floral Park. Crews...
Through The Lens: Bulldogs Capture Gold Ball With Class A Title
It was a magical Saturday for the Hampton basketball program. The Bulldogs claimed the program’s second state championship – the first since 1960 – with a 51-43 victory over Middleton on Saturday afternoon in Murfreesboro. For coverage and photo gallery, click here. Photos by Matt Laws.
Bluegrass music finds a home at St. Thomas Episcopal Church
“Praise the Lord. Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens. Praise him for his acts of power; praise him for his surpassing greatness. Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet, praise him with the harp and lyre, praise him with timbrel and dancing, praise him with the strings and pipe, praise him with the clash of cymbals, praise him with resounding cymbals. Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.”
Watch Now: Old Post 33 brings 'something different' to Bristol
BRISTOL, Va. — You could say Honey Rodgers is stuck in 1933. The owner of the former post office building at 100 Piedmont Ave. in Bristol, Virginia, has diligently searched for furniture and decor from the ’30s to adorn the rooms and walls of the giant structure built in 1933. Light pink, velvet chairs line part of the bridal suite. Even a painting of a 1930s bride welcomes guests into the room.
Hampton tops Middleton for first TSSAA basketball championship since 1960
The Hampton Bulldogs are the kings of TSSAA Class 1A boys basketball, knocking off defending state champions, Middleton, 51-43 on Saturday evening. Hampton tops Middleton for first TSSAA basketball …. The Hampton Bulldogs are the kings of TSSAA Class 1A boys basketball, knocking off defending state champions, Middleton, 51-43 on...
Retired band director Dalton's case to go before grand jury, next court appearance May 12
KINGSPORT, Tenn. — Retired Sullivan Heights Middle School band director Harold Edward “Eddie” Dalton Jr., who is charged with making a false police report claiming he was stabbed by a student at the school, will have his case sent to a Sullivan County grand jury, and his next court appearance will be in May.
JCPD officer involved in crash, both parties injured
JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. (WJHL) — A Johnson City Police Department (JCPD) officer was injured in a Jonesborough crash Thursday evening, according to a crash report. According to the report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), on Thursday at 8:30 p.m., a JCPD cruiser was driving north on Highway 11E, entered an intersection on a red light […]
Hampton ends 63-year state title drought with thrilling win
MURFREESBORO — All Hampton needed was a Chance. With 1:42 to go and out of a timeout, Hampton junior Chance Point swished a triple — his only field goal of the tournament — in front of his own bench that put the Bulldogs up five points with time running out.
Learning experiences pay off for Bulldogs
MURFREESBORO — Hampton might need to add a third name to its basketball arena. Van Huss-White-Smith Gymnasium? Maybe in the near future, especially after 12th-year coach Ned Smith oversaw Saturday’s Class 1A state championship upset of top-ranked Middleton.
Keenburg, Little Milligan parents say consolidation plan is ‘like a divorce’
CARTER COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) — With long-discussed school consolidation now a reality for Carter County Schools, parents say they’re “disappointed” and “heartbroken.” The Board of Education approved a consolidation plan on Thursday that will affect five schools: Keenburg, Little Milligan, Central, Hunter, and Hampton elementary schools. Carter County Director of Schools Brandon Carpenter told News […]
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