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Yonhap: Captain of sunken SKorean ferry arrested


Rescuers scrambled to find hundreds of ferry passengers still missing Friday and feared dead, as fresh questions emerged about whether quicker action by the captain of the doomed ship could have saved lives. More>>

Longtime "Witness Walk" still strong in Erwin


Hundreds of people in Erwin turned out this morning for the “Witness Walk.” More>>

People with disabilities lose part-time jobs with VA


For nearly 20 years, people with disabilities have worked inside the cafeteria at Mountain Home VA campus. Recently that long run came to an end for six part-time employees. Allan Cole is one of them. The 52 year-old man has Down's syndrome. Before he lost his job last month he had worked at the VA for 16 years. "I miss my friends," Cole said. "I wish I could go back. It's hard to say goodbye." More>>

County health rankings shed light on region's health problems


After finding out that part of the Tri-Cities ranked as one of the least healthy areas in the country, we wanted to take a closer look at why that is, and how the region can change. We first told you last week about a study that ranks the Kingsport/Bristol area as the third least healthy metro in the United States. The Gallup-Healthways poll cited factors like obesity, blood pressure, and the poverty rate. To get a better understanding of why the Model City and the Twin Cities have such a po... More>>

SpaceX making Easter delivery of station supplies


SpaceX returned to the launch pad Friday in hopes of finally delivering supplies to the International Space Station, but stormy weather threatened to interfere. More>>

PHOTOS: Good Friday


 Do you have any Easter photos you’d like to share with us? Just post them on our Facebook wall (wjhl.com/facebook) or tweet us a photo to @wjhl11. You can also, email the photo to us at pix@wjhl.com.   More>>

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