A Unicoi County woman charged with first-degree murder in a 2017 fatal stabbing pleaded guilty Monday to a lesser charge, but agreed to more than a decade in prison to avoid a trial.
A Johnson City man and woman were sentenced earlier this month for their roles in the April 2016 robbery of the Eastman Credit Union in Johnson City, according to the Department of Justice.
A Johnson City man serving 38 years in prison for a July 2014 murder on East Myrtle Avenue lost his appeal of the case to the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals in a ruling issued Tuesday.
A man on death row for killing and dismembering a teenage couple from Georgia more than a decade ago — and who had contentious relationships with every attorney appointed to represent him, which resulted in him representing himself at trial — now wants to be his own lawyer in his post-conviction proceedings in Jonesborough.
Yasir Zaatini, who resigned from his position at the college in March 2017, faces charges of one count of theft over $10,000 and 22 counts of forgery.
A woman charged with letting an adopted dog starve told a judge Monday she needs time to hire an attorney.
A Johnson City man awaiting trial on a first-degree murder charge for the death of a city woman more than two years ago had planned to plead guilty in the case in exchange for a 40-year sentence on Tuesday, but pulled the plug on the agreement at the last minute.
In a monumental ruling that will save the Johnson City millions of dollars, Tennessee’s Court of Appeals at Knoxville reversed a previous court decision that ordered the city to share years of liquor-by-the-drink tax revenue with Washington County.
A Washington County man who said he endures constant pain from training injuries he received while serving as a Marine filed a lawsuit earlier this month over a forced opioid tapering policy that eliminates or severely eliminates veterans access to the pain medication.
A Johnson City man reportedly found by police last month with illegally modified rifles and 900 rounds of ammunition in his car was arraigned Thursday morning on federal weapons charges in U.S. District Court in Greeneville.
NEW YORK — Martin Shkreli, the eccentric former pharmaceutical CEO notorious for a price-gouging scandal and for his snide “Pharma Bro” persona on social media, was convicted Friday on federal charges he deceived investors in a pair of failed hedge funds.
A Johnson City maker of sunscreen and other dermatological products was barred in a federal settlement this week from marketing some creams and lotions not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
The neighbor of a woman murdered in her Johnson City apartment will be recorded giving her direct testimony and cross examination Wednesday for a trial that doesn’t start until August 7.
ELIZABETHTON — Defense attorneys in a double murder death penalty case in Carter County have asked a judge to delay the fast-approaching trial so they have more time to prepare mitigating evidence.
A North Carolina judge ordered a recently opened seafood restaurant in North Carolina to change its name after a lawsuit claimed the moniker — and the decor and menus — were based on a Shuckin’ Shack franchise in Johnson City.