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.
The team took donations during Saturday’s Plaza Party.
As people were allowed into the city, Sevier County Mayor Larry Waters raised the death toll to 13 and said the number of damaged buildings …
TEMA has released a list of ways to help those impacted by the Sevier County wildfire.
The wildfires that took at least 13 lives and nearly wiped out the tiny tourism hub of Gatlinburg look more like a scene out of California.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s website indicates that the wireless alert system can be used for weather emergencies, AMBER Alerts…
Lawmakers say their job is to now make sure the federal government follows through and does everything it’s supposed to do.
A woman was giving a TV interview when she learned that her friend died in the East Tennessee wildfire.
The gorgeous vistas of tree-topped mountain ranges were scarred by large areas of blackened soil and trees.
Thirteen people are now dead following Monday’s wildfires in Gatlinburg and Sevier County in East Tennessee. Ten of the victims have been id…
Jared, Wesley, and Branson Summers were all badly burned Monday night and transported to Vanderbilt’s hospital soon after.
Grant Reed headed to Gatlinburg because he said his son and grandson need him.