The last of three brothers injured in the Gatlinburg wildfire last month was released from Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Smoky Mountains Rise: A Benefit for the My People Fund will air on News 2 and WKRN.com from 7 until 10 p.m.
The fires blew into the city on Nov. 28 on gusts around 87 miles per hour that knocked down power lines and started other fires.
A number of singers will perform during the three-hour telethon Tuesday night, while other celebrities answer the phones.
Shyanne Pressley, 16, said as soon as she heard about the wildfires in Sevier County she knew she had to help.
A spokeswoman for Vanderbilt University Medical Center confirmed with News 2 that Branson Summers was discharged.
When Gatlinburg reopened to the public Friday, it was a sigh of relief for the newlyweds.
All that remains of Cupid’s Chapel of Love is a heart-shaped pink sign with its name spelled out in Barbie-doll-style cursive lettering.
The students at Johnson Elementary School in Limestone County are collecting supplies for victims of the fires.
Members of Tennessee’s Congressional delegation are urging President Obama to approve Governor Haslam’s request for a major disaster declara…
Bill Haslam made the request in order to get federal assistance to help aid in the recovery from the severe storms and devastating wildfires…
Gatlinburg Sky Lift ‘s upper section and upper terminal were significantly damaged and a spokesperson said the viewing deck, including the g…
Westgate officials say reconstruction of the damaged units is already underway, and the CEO says “the property will be rebuilt to an even be…
Both Taylor Swift and Kenny Chesney are donating hundreds of thousands of dollars for relief efforts in Sevier County.
A Gatlinburg firefighter’s dedication to his job kept him going the night of the wildfires, even knowing his own home was being consumed by …
The city opened up a little ahead of schedule at 6 a.m. Friday morning, allowing businesses, residents, and tourists to slowly get back to t…
Nothing remains of the house that Jim and Judy Cogdill lived in for over 40 years.
Spring Hill Fire Chief Terry Hood talked to News 2 about the thousands of fires he has investigated.
According to a press release, 2,460 structures have been damaged or destroyed.
Many volunteers and rescue crews from all over the country, including locally, have helped Sevier County recover.