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.
The benefit show will be held on Dec. 17 with the Zac Brown Band headlining.
Verizon’s $50,000 contribution will provide financial assistance to more than eight local families over the next six months.
Some of the distillery’s workers lost their homes in the fires, but their spirits are high while they get ready to welcome back customers.
The telethon, officially titled Smoky Mountains Rise: A Benefit for the My People Fund, will air at 7 p.m. Central on Tuesday, Dec. 13 on Gr…
The new details were announced during a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
Jenny Blanton of Kentucky was planning on trading in her car, until she heard about the Pelc family.
The cabin getaway Mountain Laurel Chalets was started by CEO Tom Goodwin’s in-laws.
Officials hope the mannequin challenge will bring attention to the resources needed by the fire victims in East Tennessee.
Buckberry Creek was one of Gatlinburg’s premier retreats, lodging both famous people and visitors like you since it opened 12 years ago.
According to a press release, Robert Hejny, 63, was discovered at the Traveler’s Inn and Suites on Ski Mountain Road.
The Nashville Predators are taking food donations until the puck drops Tuesday night at Bridgestone Arena.
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.