Dolly Parton’s My People Fund helped nearly 900 families, each getting $10,000 to help as they rebuild their homes and lives.
The autopsy report for the 14th victim in the fire, May Vance, was not released because she died in a hospital two days after the fire.
The emotional calls paint a horrific picture of the night that 14 people lost their life.
State firefighters will get new smartphones with access to mapping technology in the wake of Gatlinburg wildfires.
The system is also capable of pushing notifications to email, social media, desktops, smartphones, landlines, radios, text messages, message…
At a news conference Friday, the group demanded the resignation of TEMA Director Patrick Sheehan, saying there were failures on multiple lev…
Almost eight months after the Gatlinburg fires, the families of victims are starting to receive autopsy and forensic reports.
Resolution 939 states a person must now sign up to talk five days before the meeting.
Many of the callers turned to that town for help or answers after unsuccessfully trying to reach Gatlinburg’s emergency line.
The DA said unless there’s another theory or document, his office will not be able to prosecute and it will have to be dropped at a state le…
Emergency crews drove through flying sparks and embers and were blinded by smoke, sending them into rescue mode.
“We have a lot of concerns for this county, the city. And we have questions that I feel need to be answered,” said Darlene Verito, a wildfir…
State prosecutors say unprecedented winds combined with downed power lines are to blame for the Sevier County wildfires.
Survivors continue to hope for much needed answers about what happened in the days leading up to the fire and the response afterwards.
A senior adviser with Deschutes County forestry in Oregon, said the Sevier County report is meant to be constructive, not punitive.
With a slice of wood and swing to a nail, Pastor Kim McCroskey isn’t letting the elements stop him from rebuilding.
Anakeesta brings people from the parkway on a gondola-style tram to a village for any age.
It’s a phrase you’ll hear on a regular basis when talking to residents, and even visitors, about the devastation.
Despite the wildfires, some tourists told News 2 it’s hard to tell when you’re soaking in the East Tennessee mountains.
Before fires ripped through her home, Lisa Reagan said she had lived there for more than 30 years and it’s the place she raised her kids and…