ELIZABETHTON, TN (WJHL) – Big changes are in store for the Elizabethton Twins. Boyd sports, the management team that runs the Johnson City Cardinals will soon also manage the Twins. That news coming from Elizabethton City Mayor, Curt Alexander. “We as a city, realize that we are not experts in baseball. we should not be in the baseball business,” Curt Alexander said. Elizabethton Mayor Curt Alexander says the move has been a long time coming.
JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) – In our special report Eye on Crime, News Channel 11 revealed the Johnson City police department is exploring the use of the city’s traffic cameras to catch criminals. Now, people living in Johnson City are speaking out. Some in the community like Austin Rhudy are skeptical.
JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) – Four million dollars worth of cameras are lining Johnson City streets and most people don’t even realize how they are being used. The cameras, more than 40 of them, keep an eye on how traffic is moving. However, News Channel 11 found out police tested the cameras as a crime fighting tool, helping detectives catch criminals before the trail goes cold. Normally, Johnson City is a pretty quiet town but like any city, there is always crime.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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