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Hwy. 66 delay means more headaches for drivers, businesses


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Drivers and businesses along State Route 66 in Sevierville are gearing up for another 11 months of road construction and major traffic congestion.

Laurel Creek Road back open after rock slide


Officials say Laurel Creek Road is now back open.

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Crews started working early Thursday morning to clear damage left by a rock slide in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Park officials closed Laurel Creek Road Wednesday evening after the slide happened at 5 p.m., west of Schoolhouse Gap, about five miles west of the Townsend Wye intersection with Little River Road.

Sevier County deputies round up drug arrests


Sevierville police search for bank robbery suspect


Sevierville police said they're searching for a man accused of robbing a bank.

At about 12:20 p.m. Monday, officers said the man handed a note to a teller at the Sevier County Bank on Dolly Parton Parkway demanding money. The suspect then took off in a black GMC or Chevrolet pickup truck with large wheels and a lowered body.

Falling gas prices help businesses driven by fuel


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(WBIR) Gas prices continue to plummet and some East Tennessee businesses driven by fuel are welcoming the change of pace.

Woman sues over brain injury from Dollywood fall


A lawsuit says a woman's brain injury from a headfirst fall at Dollywood was caused by a mix of sleet and rain that made a ride "dangerously slick" and the lack of adequate safety measures.

Tedi A. Brown and her husband filed the suit against the Tennessee theme park's operators.

New projects bring visitors to Sevier County.


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Tennessee offers a variety of destination spots for holiday travelers.