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Virginia governor, first lady receive Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine Monday

Virginia governor, first lady receive Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine Monday

RICHMOND, Va. (WJHL) – Virginia Governor and First Lady Northam recieved their doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine Monday afternoon.The couple received their vaccinations shortly after 1:30 p.m.The Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been cleared by health organizations to be administered.Unlike the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine only requires one dose. However, unlike the two-dose vaccines, the J&J vaccine is somewhat less effective against COVID-19 cases.FDA researchers determined the J&J vaccine to be about 85% effective against the most severe cases of...

March 15, 2021
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Sheriff: Elizabethton man turns himself in after video captures him dumping tires into Nolichucky River

Sheriff: Elizabethton man turns himself in after video captures him dumping tires into Nolichucky River

UNICOI COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) – An Elizabethton man is facing charges after he was seen on video dumping multiple tires into the Nolichucky River.According to Unicoi County Sheriff Michael Hensley, the man in the video is Logan Cortney, 23, of Elizabethton.Hensley told News Channel 11’s on Sunday that Cortney turned himself in to authorities.Video provided to News Channel 11 by Brandy Bevins shows Cortney dumping tires into the Nolichucky River from the Chestoa Bridge.Cortney is scheduled to appear in court Thursday on criminal littering charges, according to Hensley.× Close Ad

March 8, 2021
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Park superintendent: Large group of male elk spotted near Breaks Interstate Park becoming ‘regular occurrence’

Park superintendent: Large group of male elk spotted near Breaks Interstate Park becoming ‘regular occurrence’

HAYSI, Va. (WJHL) – A large group of male elk were seen close to the entrance of Breaks Interstate Park earlier this week.According to a post from the park, a staff member saw the elk near the park entrance around the area known as Grassy Valley and Grassy Creek.At least five bull elk can be seen pictured together.Park Superintendent Austin Bradley told News Channel 11 the behavior is actually quite common among elk and other species of wildlife within the park.“By the third year of a bull elk’s life, he will break off from the family herd comprised mostly of cow elk and young bulls, and...

February 24, 2021
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Proposed bill aims to cut down on catalytic converter thefts in Tennessee

Proposed bill aims to cut down on catalytic converter thefts in Tennessee

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – A proposed bill in Tennessee aims to stop thieves from stealing catalytic converters.would require businesses that buy or sell used car parts to keep permanent records of transactions involving unattached catalytic converters.Some of those businesses would have to register with local police, according to the bill’s summary.Other used auto parts will require records as well.“Any person, firm, corporation, or entity engaged in the business of buying or selling used automobile parts shall keep permanent records of transactions of buying or selling engines,...

February 25, 2021
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