Evacuations are underway in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge on Nov. 28 and Nov. 29, 2016 as wildfires spread across East Tennessee.
The people of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, as well as those who wish to help them, now have a website to find the information they need.
It started on 1.5 acres in a remote part of the park on Nov. 23 before drought conditions and high winds pushed it 5.5 miles over five days …
Many people have asked what’s happening with the two juveniles charged with aggravated arson in those deadly wildfires.
Branson, Wesley and Jared Summers were visiting Gaitlinburg with their parents when the devastating fires broke out in late November.
It’s been five weeks since the deadly wildfires broke out in East Tennessee, and thousands of people there are still dealing with the cleanu…
“They’ve lost their home, their car and all their stuff. This is just the least I thought I could do is help people get back to work,” he sa…
A Tri-Cities teen put her dream of owning a horse on hold, when she donated her savings to Sevier County wildfire victims.
The park has received between 7 and 10 inches of rain since Nov. 28, which has helped relieve dry conditions across the park.
Nashville apparel company Project 615 has raised $102,581 for the Gatlinburg Relief Fund with sales of their “Heart for the Smokies” T-shirt…
It was an emotional reunion on Wednesday for the Dixons and the four Sevierville firefighters who rescued the couple from the Gatlinburg fir…
Officials are starting to accept applications from victims of deadly East Tennessee wildfires who need temporary help buying food.
“Sounds of the Season” will feature Nashville feature artists Jon McLaughlin, Paul McDonald, Jason Eskridge, The Stellas, Angel Snow, and mo…
Tiger has since been recognized by PETA for his brave actions.
King is scheduled to make a stop in Nashville Monday where he plans to give away 750 turkeys.
Marisa Priano decided to give her gifts to the American Red Cross, which will in turn be given to Gatlinburg wildfire victims.
The donations were possible because of Dollar General’s partnership with The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
He thought it was necessary to drive from Nashville to take these pictures for Gatlinburg families free of charge.
Michael Reed spent days searching for his wife and and two young daughters.
You can begin the disaster application process by registering online at http://www.DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-3362.