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.
The department sent 50 personnel over the course of a week to assist with the uncontained wildfire in Sevier County, Tennessee.
A group of eight firefighters from Brentwood went to the Gatlinburg area for a five-day deployment to help out last week and now they’re sha…
Groups have been working to round up and rescue house pets that wandered away or had to be left behind after the wildfires in Sevier County.
Gatlinburg plans to reopen to the public on Friday, according to Sevier County officials.
Gov. Bill Haslam touched on some of the criticism officials have received regarding their response to the wildfires.
Tennessee is finally starting to get some positive news out of Gatlinburg Monday after wildfires that tragically killed 14 people and destro…
More than a dozen people were killed and over 130 others were hurt in the wildfire.
Project 615 said they are investigating a fake website claiming to sell their T-shirt and saying the money is going back to Gatlinburg fire …
Famous Dave’s employees have joined Operation BBQ Relief.
Some East Tennessee residents are raising concerns about the emergency response to last week’s wildfires.
All they know is that he is a veteran from Cosby who came to Gatlinburg Monday to help people evacuate.
A total of 134 people were injured, and 1,684 structures were damaged or destroyed.
Many survivors need help to cope, and signs of problems such as nightmares, depression and anxiety might not show up for months.
Volunteers from Middle Tennessee Boxer Rescue collected supplies like heaters, blankets, towels, cat and dog food, oxygen and other medical …
Michelle Hankes with the American Red Cross says she wants to clarify that donations to the Sevier County fire victims will stay there.
In a press release published Saturday, officials detailed their steps to notify the public of the fire.
One hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit fire victims.
Reverend Ed Taylor has lived in Gatlinburg since 1978.
The family’s pastor, Philip Morris of Parkway Church of God, delivered the devastating news during a press conference Saturday.