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Firefighters urge public to check smoke detector batteries
We checked with the Bristol, Virginia Fire Department and Captain Daryl Loudy says now is the perfect time to check your smoke detectors and replace the batteries, as the time changes.
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Bristol, Virginia wins big in city court and Richmond
The City of Bristol, Virginia cleared two major hurdles standing in the way of the biggest retail development in city history in the span of two hours Friday afternoon.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Bristol Virginia schools discuss re-zoning
Bristol Virginia Public Schools school board members met with parents on Thursday night at Highland View Elementary to talk about re-zoning plans that could change where some kids go to school.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
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Tazewell board discussing possibility for more 4G service
TAZEWELL, Va. - A public meeting scheduled Tuesday before the Tazewell County Board of Supervisors focused on whether to grant a utility company permission to install Internet cables in Tazewell County's western district.
The Falls Bill passes in the Senate
The tax bill focusing on The Falls Development in Bristol, Virginia has passed the Senate on Tuesday and is on it's way to the House.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Meth lab found in home after fire
A fire destroys a Bristol, Va. home and crews called to the scene, say they discovered evidence of a meth lab.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Man sentenced to 40 years in prison
A jury found Dan Buchanan guilty of 2nd degree murder in connection with the killing of Chase Robins back in November of 2012.
Man found guilty of Second Degree Murder
Bristol, Virginia police say they got a call about a shooting in the early morning hours of November 18, 2012.
Road Music, Day 1: Bristol, Va.
For this series, we'll be following Paste's own Curmudgeon , Geoffrey Himes, as he sets out on a massive road trip across the South, exploring musical landmarks, traditions and history along the way.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
City borrows more money to fund development
Heavy equipment is digging out dirt and rock while Bristol, Virginia is digging further into debt to pay for development at Exit 5. The City Council voted 3-1 in favor of borrowing another $5 million to pay a bill due to contractor W-L construction; a bill Mayor Guy Odum says the city absolutely has to pay.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Water outages and low pressure for some BVU customers
Beginning 11 p.m. Friday, February 21, to approximately 6 a.m. Saturday, February 22, BVU waterlines will undergo necessary repairs - resulting in water outages and low pressure in areas throughout Bristol, VA.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Construction coming to exit 7
Changes are coming to Bristol, Virginia's busiest interstate exit, but drivers will have to battle construction for more than a year.
Middle school students creating prosthetic hand
Bristol, Virginia Middle School Tech Ed students are using a 3-D printer to create a robotic hand; they're now beginning to design and make fingers to help a local college student.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Numbers drawn for $400 million Powerball jackpot
We talked to Powerball players before the drawing and they told us they have big plans for the money, if they win.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Few winter weather supplies still on shelves
As the snowy winter weather sets in across the Tri-Cities, some people may be looking for heaters, salt to clear their driveway, or snow shovels, but they may not have any luck.
Things you should know before firing up a generator
JD Horton is with Lowe's in Bristol Virginia; he says there are some things you need to keep in mind before using your generator.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Black History Month: Charles S. Johnson was scholar of race relations
Charles S. Johnson made his life's work the study of relationships among blacks and whites in society.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
3 local teachers in running for 25K
It's one of the largest teacher awards in the nation - and three teachers from our region have made the finals.
Changes could be coming to Virginia SOL tests
Changes could be on the way for Standards of Learning Tests in Virginia. A proposed bill in the House of Delegates could reduce the number of SOL's in 3rd through 8th grade from 22 to 17. Bristol, Virginia Superintendent Mark Lineburg tells us he supports the bill because it puts the focus back on student learning and less on testing.