BRISTOL, Tennessee — At a church meeting Wednesday, Jonesborough resident Mike Morgan was posed with the questions: “What are you doing to help people? What are you doing to answer God’s call?”
BRISTOL, Tennessee — With Hurricane Florence projected to wallop the Carolinas late Thursday and early Friday, millions along the East Coast are facing mandatory evacuation — and some have found refuge here in the Tri-Cities.
BRISTOL — Three days after NASCAR’s best drivers put on a show for the ages at Bristol Motor Speedway, the complex hosted another major event with the Discovery Channel’s “Street Outlaws.”
BRISTOL — Two days after finishing fourth in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race, Joey Logano was back in Bristol, hanging out with the stars of the Discovery Channel’s “Street Outlaws” during Monday’s test and tune session.
BRISTOL — It's still the greatest show on concrete.
BRISTOL — Overshadowed most of the night by his younger brother, Kurt Busch grabbed the spotlight and won Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
BRISTOL — Kasey Kahne addressed the media at Bristol Motor Speedway after he announced plans Thursday to leave the full-time NASCAR circuit at the end of the 2018 season.
BRISTOL — Richard Petty set a high standard of how NASCAR drivers should treat the fans.
BRISTOL — Kyle won at Bristol again.
BRISTOL — It was close. It was very close.
BRISTOL — With a combined 17 wins in the first 23 races of the NASCAR season, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. have been labeled the "Big 3."
BRISTOL—Johnny Sauter doubled up Thursday night at Bristol Motor Speedway.
KINGSPORT — While in the Tri-Cities, NASCAR driver Alex Bowman met with fans, signed autographs and showed off his No. 88 LLumar Chevrolet at Eastman Chemical Company on Thursday afternoon.
BRISTOL — Defending race champion Kyle Busch and Chase Elliott highlight the field for Friday night's Food City 300 for the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Wade Day won 48 Late Model Stock races over a four-year span from 1999-2002, but the former driver has found even more success as a coach, with three of his former students now competing at the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series level.