KNOXVILLE — A lawsuit filed by a group of women alleges that the University of Tennessee has violated Title IX regulations and created a “hostile sexual environment” through a policy of indifference toward assaults by student-athletes.
ELIZABETHTON — Last month’s cold snap caused a lot of problems for Elizabethton’s Water Resources Department.
A suit by Sullivan County and the Sullivan County Board of Education seeking about $2 million in liquor-by-the-drink tax revenues from Bristol and Kingsport has been dismissed.
ERWIN — With its downtown renovations complete, the town of Erwin is dressed up and ready to party.
ELIZABETHTON — Early voting for the presidential primary election begins Wednesday and it will mark the first time the Carter County Election Commission will hold an election at its new offices at 116 Holston Ave.
Mountain States Health Alliance filed suit Tuesday to stop the building of an addiction treatment clinic on land on Princeton Road it recently sold, claiming the real estate agent who brokered the deal intentionally hid the company’s competing
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Alligators have been used as shoes, briefcases, university mascots, lunch and now, authorities say, a deadly weapon.
NASHVILLE — State Health Department officials say they have a confirmed case of the Zika virus in Tennessee, the first recorded case in the state.
It might come in two parts, but Johnson City’s streets might be filled during Blue Plum, after all.
As work on Boone Dam plunges onward, the Tennessee Valley Authority would like to remind the public to help care for the exposed shorelines while the lake remains drawn down.
The East Tennessee State University men’s basketball team will begin its most highly anticipated home stand of the season later this week, with a trio of games that will match the Buccaneers against Southern Conference rivals.
In a sport which races can end in less than four seconds, National Hot Road Association president Peter Clifford believes a change in drag racing coverage will have an impact for years to come.
A winter blast has put teams like Elizabethton and Johnson County a little behind the eight ball.
NASHVILLE — Local and state fire officials say hoverboards are to blame for two fires over the past month in Nashville — one that destroyed a $1 million home last month.
The words “Unapologetically Black” might sound confrontational to some people in the area, but to the black community at East Tennessee State University, it’s a straightforward statement of fact.