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3-year-old in critical condition after nearly drowning

Update 11:45 am Friday:

(WBIR) Officials said a 3-year-old girl is in critical condition in East Tennessee Children's Hospital after she nearly drowned in a pool in Sevierville.

Lifestar flew the young girl to the hospital after she almost drowned in pool at the Governor's Crossing Resort, off Collier Road in south Sevierville Thursday.

Editor's note: Officials originally told 10News the young girl was 2 years old

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Sevierville looks to redevelop downtown


An East Tennessee community, in one of the state's most popular tourist areas, is looking to give its downtown a face lift.

Four people escape Sevierville apartment fire

Update 12:40 pm:

(WBIR) A fire significantly damaged a Sevierville apartment Monday morning.

Sevierville Fire Department spokesperson Bob Stahlke said an electric fire sparked inside the Round Top Apartments on Park Road shortly before 5:50 a.m.

"When they got here, the firefighters discovered a fire in the attic area. There was no fire inside the three units," Stahlke told 10News. "They were able to put it out in about 10 minutes which was very fortunate."

All lanes of Hwy 66 reopen after Sevierville sinkhole

Update 12:30 pm:

Crews reopened the inside lane on Highway 66 in Sevierville Monday morning after they repaired a sinkhole.

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(WBIR) A sinkhole opened up on Highway 66 in Sevierville Monday morning.

The Sevierville Police Department tweeted on its official account crews are repairing the sinkhole on Highway 66 near Swaggerty Road and Highway 139.

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One killed, 4 injured in Sevierville head-on collision

(WBIR) A head-on collision on Highway 411 in Sevierville killed one person and injured four others Sunday night.

A pickup truck was passing on a double line when it struck a Pontiac Grand Am head-on traveling in the other direction shortly after 9 p.m.

The crash killed Tammy S. Miller, 50, of Newport, who was a passenger in the Pontiac. The Tennessee Highway Patrol crash report indicated that Miller wasn't wearing a seat belt.

Both drivers and two passengers in the Pontiac were hurt in the accident.

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Liquor sales tax revenue up in Pigeon Forge

What was a controversial new ordinance is now driving a big payout for Pigeon Forge.

City Assistant Manager Eric Brackins says the city has earned almost $100,000 extra since voters approved liquor by the drink.

The city collected $48,000 from wine sales from February 2012 to January 2013. Over the 12 months after that, the city earned $144,000 in liquor and wine sales.

Brackins expects that revenue to jump even higher when a new Hard Rock Cafe, Margaritaville, and Paula Deen's restaurant move into the city.