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    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Babies of opioid-addicted women are no longer sentenced to endure the anguish of overcoming their mother’s mistakes, thanks in large part to the pioneering work of an East Tennessee physician.

      JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — Amanda Sims feared she would be arrested for using Suboxone during her pregnancy. So she skipped prenatal care.

      BRISTOL, Va. — This week Boy Scout troops from the Sequoyah Council, Boy Scouts of America, are participating in the 47th annual continuous campfire event in Bristol, Virginia.

      Kentucky lawmakers have taken another step toward achieving a deeper cut in the state’s individual income tax rate. The measure sailed through a Senate committee Wednesday. The bill aims to lower the tax rate by another half-percentage point to 4%, effective Jan. 1, 2024. It follows up on last year’s work to reduce the iincome tax rate by a half-percentage point. Republicans are hoping to phase out individual income taxes in Kentucky. They say it will promote further economic gains and population growth. Detractors say the tax cuts will deprive the state of funds needed to bolster spending on priorities.

      A dog was mistakenly euthanized after an error was entered into a computer system, according to a North Carolina shelter and the dog’s owner. Destiny Daniels’ 2-year-old dog, Kaos, entered a 10-day quarantine at Pitt County Animal Services on Sunday, Jan. 22, WITN reported. Daniels said her dog was in quarantine after biting someone, and she voluntarily opted to send him to quarantine at the ...


      ABINGDON, Va. — A federal judge has scheduled a mediation session March 14 in an attempt to resolve the lawsuit between both Bristols over the Bristol Virginia landfill.

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