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…
Mountain Tough has been used to describe a task force aimed to help get people back on their feet.
Some tourists told News 2 they were skeptical but knew they made the right choice once they arrived.
News 2 met Shannon Faulkner while he was at work. Even after losing everything, he had a smile on his face.
It’s been nearly six months since a massive wildfire swept through Sevier County, killing 14 people.
Gatlinburg is rebuilding its historic landmarks and making news ones for millions to see.
Fourteen people were killed in the fires and more than 2,500 structures were damaged as massive wildfires ripped through Sevier County.
A total of 2,545 structures were impacted across the county. Millions of dollars of damage became proof that Mother Nature had branded a nig…
Bruce McCamish says the reality of what was happening below him that night was almost too much to think about.
Bruce McCamish captured photos that soon went viral of the devastating wildfires in Sevier County in November 2016.
News 2 has crews heading to East Tennessee this week. We’ll have live coverage from there starting at on News 2 at 4 Tuesday.
Thursday, the final checks were given with a special surprise inside: $5,000 instead of the usual $1,000.
A spokesperson from the Dollywood Foundation said $5,000 checks were given out, instead of $1,000, as in previous months.