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Subway "Citation" For Kids

Have you heard the news? Police officers around the Tricities are writing citations to children. Actually, this is a good thing, because these citations are actually rewards! Here to explain is Sgt. Scotty Carrier from the Johnson City Police Department. More>>

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Back To School Hot List

It's time for back to school and joining us this morning with the hot list of things you've just gotta have, is lifestyle expert Robyn Moreno. More>>

Meatballs Ala Ella

Ella Price is here to show Amy and Morgan her recipe for yummy meatballs. More>>

Protecting Your Heart

Heart disease continues to be America's number one killer. Raising awareness and distributing information is key to fighting this disease. This morning, Cardiologist Dr. Shoba joins us with the three most important things we can do to protect ourselves. More>>

Sun Damaged Skin

As Summer is winding down, it's time to account for what we've done to our skin. Dr. Don from Renovus Medical Day Spa Salon is here to help us repair our sun damaged skin. More>>

Your Thyroid

Recent studies suggest that as many as 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disorder, with another 13 million people unaware of a thyroid condition that may be affecting their health. Lisa Gilreath, from the Kingsport Health Resources Center, is here to respond to that bad report with some good news. More>>

Fancy Flowers

If you want specialty cut flowers for your next event, grown right here on beautiful Tennessee farm, then look no further than Aunt Willie's Wildflowers. Whether your tastes are farmy or fancy, Linda Doan says she can make a bouquet that is just right for you! More>>

Amy And Morgan Talk Bass Pro

Amy and Morgan talk about the grand opening in Bristol of the new Bass Pro Shop. More>>

Twice Upon A Child

School is back in session , the weather is turning cooler, and it is almost time for Operation: Wardrobe Switch Out! If you have kids, this mission can be expensive. But it doesn't have to be. This area is full of great consignment events, and one coming up soon is Twice Upon A Child. Here with the details on this event is Miranda Cooper. More>>

Cooking With Mushrooms

How much do you know about mushrooms? Did you know half of them are inedible because they're too tough to chew. 25% are edible but tasteless. 20% will make you sick. 1% will kill you. But there is a delicious 4% that Chef Deidra is here to tempt us with today. More>>

Sleep And Health

Getting a good night's sleep is one of the most important things you can do for your overall health and well-being. Adequate sleep helps your body recover from a stressful day. If you can't sleep through the night: you're tossing, turning, waking up more than once, Dr. Craig Livesay from the Spinal Corrective Center says the solution might be as simple as getting a new pillow. More>>

Repairing Summer Skin

The sunny days of Summer are coming to a close, and what you might not realize is that the days under the sun, in the pool, and at the beach, may have done a number on your skin. Renowned Dermatologist Dr. Doris Day has tips, tricks, and must-have advice about regimens for regaining your skin's youthful appearance! More>>

Fun With The Rec

We always say there is plenty of do in this area. So many events and attractions! One place that just keeps it coming is Johnson City Parks and Recreation. Here to tell us about a few things to look forward to is Kamela Easlic, Program Development Supervisor. More>>

Baconfest

It started with a dream and a love of bacon, it's Baconfest! If you'd like to explore the awesomeness of bacon inspired foods, Man vs Bacon, Mr Mrs Baconfest, music and more, then Baconfest is the event for you. Here's Brandi Woodall with your invitation. More>>

Big Week In The TriCities

Amy and Morgan talk about all that is going on this week in the area. More>>

Happy Birthday, Noland Matlock!

Happy Birthday to Noland Matlock! More>>

Fall Tips And Trends

Fall is just around the corner and joining us with tips, tricks, and must haves to get in tip top shape for the season is Shape magazine's Bahar Takhtehchian. More>>

The Dogs Days Of Summer Event

An area rescue organization is putting on a special event in Hardin Park for our four legged friends. It's the Dogs Days Of Summer, three straight hours of doggie fun. Here with more on this event and the organization are Cheryl Milner and Deborah Llewellyn. More>>

Gluten Free With Tomatoes

Amy is in the kitchen with Kristi Slaughter to see how to make gluten free dishes with tomatoes. More>>

ETSU Pride

The signs are up and it's time to show off our blue and gold as we gear up for ETSU Pride Week. ETSU Pride chairman, Tom Tull joins us this morning with more. More>>

Lily's As Seen On TV

Morgan is back at Lily's As Seen On TV store in Johnson City to talk with Gabe Sanchez about vibration therapy, infrared heaters, and bamboo bedding. More>>

Ring Of Fire

Amy talks with Barter actor, Gill Braswell about playing Johnny Cash in Ring Of Fire. More>>

Wash-N-Wag

Amy Boyles from the Kingsport Town Center and Jenn Gozevich from the Sullivan County Humane Society talk about the upcoming Wash-N-Wag event. More>>

An Encore From The Loose Strings Band

The Loose Strings Band performs an encore. www.TheLooseStingsBand.com More>>

Boost Your Immune System

Dr. Wilson from New Life Chiropractic Wellness talks about the importance of boosting your immune system and an upcoming class. More>>

Back To School Gadgets

Tech journalist Jennifer Jolly shares some expertise on the best back to school technology for your kids. More>>

Beth Wright's Jerk Chicken Wraps

Food City Chef Beth Wright shares a delicious recipe for spicy jerk chicken. www.FoodCity.comwww.BethAndTheBiscuit.com More>>

The Joyful Gardener

Joyful Gardener Jeanne Cope returns from a convention with some new products. www.JeanneCope.com More>>

WJHL Takes the Ice Bucket Challenge Video included

Lara Moore fills in for Amy, but not before Amy (along with other WJHL anchors) takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. More>>

Give Kids the World

Former Survivor contestants Big Tom and Bubba talk about a great charity that they're supporting. More>>

Crockett Days

Doug Ledbetter and Bill Knapp talk about the upcoming Crockett Days at Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park. More>>

Enjoy a Vitalizing Peel

Performance  Performance Medicine aesthetician Olivia Thornburg talks about a new vitalize peel. www.PerformanceMedicine.netMedicine aesthetician Olivia Thornburg talks about a new vitalize peel. www.PerformanceMedicine.net More>>

Liz Bushong's Mug Shots

 Liz Bushong puts together some delicious mug shots.  www.LizBushong.com More>>

Surviving the Snake

Amy talks to Karen Clark and Doug Janz about Mountain States Foundation's upcoming fundraiser, Surviving the Snake. More>>

Cody Roberts

There is nothing like some music to get our week started on the right track. Today we have a Tricities teenager who is working to make a name for himself in the world of country music. His name is Cody Roberts and we're excited to have him on the show. More>>

Herb Butter Salmon and Caprese Salad

Amber Church from the Bonnie Kate is in the kitchen showing us how to make salmon with herb butter rice and a caprese salad. More>>

Holiday Must Haves

'Tis the season of gifting and entertaining! Joining us this morning with the must-haves for everyone on your list is Lifestyle Expert, Jill Martin. More>>

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  • Refreshing McDonalds Tea

    Refreshing McDonalds Tea

     Morgan and Amy give the gift of refreshing McDonalds' peach and strawberry flavored tea.

     Morgan and Amy give the gift of refreshing McDonalds' peach and strawberry flavored tea.

  • Amy And Morgan Talk Bass Pro

    Amy And Morgan Talk Bass Pro

     

    Amy and Morgan talk about the grand opening in Bristol of the new Bass Pro Shop.
  • McDonalds Tea Giveaway

    McDonalds Tea Giveaway

     Morgan and Amy give away a couple of delicious strawberry and peach teas from McDonalds.

     Morgan and Amy give away a couple of delicious strawberry and peach teas from McDonalds.

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  • Historic "Clinchfield 100" rail car open for tours this weekend

    Historic "Clinchfield 100" rail car open for tours this weekend

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 9:11 PM EDT2014-08-21 01:11:59 GMT
    On Saturday, you'll be able to walk inside the newly restored "Clinchfield 100."On Saturday, you'll be able to walk inside the newly restored "Clinchfield 100."
    The public will get a rare look inside a piece of railroad history this weekend.On Saturday, the newly restored "Clinchfield 100" will be open for tours.  Back in May, News Channel 11 reported on the restoration of the famous car, the "Clinchfield Railroad Business Car 100," which served as the Clinchfield Railroad President's car.
    The public will get a rare look inside a piece of railroad history this weekend.On Saturday, the newly restored "Clinchfield 100" will be open for tours.  Back in May, News Channel 11 reported on the restoration of the famous car, the "Clinchfield Railroad Business Car 100," which served as the Clinchfield Railroad President's car.
  • Observe National Sickle Cell Awareness Month this September by donating blood

    Observe National Sickle Cell Awareness Month this September by donating blood

    JOHNSON CITY — The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to help ensure a stable and diverse blood supply by giving blood in honor of National Sickle Cell Awareness Month this September.Sickle cell disease is an inherited disease that causes red blood cells to form an abnormal crescent shape. It is estimated that sickle cell disease affects as many as 100,000 people in the U.S. Many of these patients face a lifetime of blood transfusions to help reduce the risk of stroke, damage to ma...
    JOHNSON CITY — The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to help ensure a stable and diverse blood supply by giving blood in honor of National Sickle Cell Awareness Month this September.Sickle cell disease is an inherited disease that causes red blood cells to form an abnormal crescent shape. It is estimated that sickle cell disease affects as many as 100,000 people in the U.S. Many of these patients face a lifetime of blood transfusions to help reduce the risk of stroke, damage to ma...
  • Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes is Sun. Sept. 14

    Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes is Sun. Sept. 14

    Monday, August 18 2014 8:55 AM EDT2014-08-18 12:55:32 GMT
    News Channel 11 is partnering with your East Tennessee office of the American Diabetes Association to help stop diabetes in our community.The Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes will be at the Kingsport Farmer's Market on Sunday, September 14.
    News Channel 11 is partnering with your East Tennessee office of the American Diabetes Association to help stop diabetes in our community.The Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes will be at the Kingsport Farmer's Market on Sunday, September 14.
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