A Johnson City man with a previous conviction for killing a family pet was arrested Sunday after police responded a domestic assault on his girlfriend.
Two years ago the Johnson City Police Department offered a free seminar to church leaders determine how to form a security team for their congregations, and in response to recent incidents of church shootings the program is being offered again.
A Jonesborough man who crashed his motorcycle into a turning vehicle on Highway 36 last summer was arrested two weeks ago for the death of his passenger, who was thrown from the bike.
As downtown Johnson City has become more pedestrian friendly, the dangers of people crossing the railroad tracks on foot has increased — so much so that there were three pedestrians killed by trains between late 2017 and 2018.
Two Massachusetts state troopers testified in a motion hearing Tuesday about finding ammunition and a weapon four years ago in what they believed to be a stolen vehicle that was connected to a murder in Johnson City.
The Tennessee Regional Health Department confirmed Monday that one person in the area was sickened last week after contracting E. coli, and the incident remained under investigation to determine the source.
The owner of a dog training center and a trainer who worked there had their aggravated animal cruelty charges bound over to a grand jury after a preliminary hearing Wednesday.
When Johnson City native Bob Cox — the heritage columnist for the Johnson City Press — published his first book 10 years ago about a renowned local fiddler who was also his great uncle, he never imagined how the doors would open to a treasure trove of new information on the man.
Famed forensic scientist Dr. Bill Bass, known around the world for creating The Body Farm to understand how human decomposition occurs, will be in Kingsport later this month to help raise money for Bays Mountain Park.
Two Johnson City teenagers charged in an aggravated robbery home invasion will stay in the regional detention center after a judge determined the community would be better served to keep the boys in custody.