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.
Officials say 13 people have died as a result of the wildfires in Gatlinburg including one person who died of a heart attack during their at…
Debbie Brooks lived in Chalet Village, one of the hardest hit areas in the Gatlinburg wildfires. She’s now being treated for severe burns at…
One woman was shocked to find her home in tact after the wildfire destroyed hundreds in Gatlinburg.
The executive order also enacts a state of emergency from November 28 until January 30, 2017.
The Johnson City Fire Department was one of several Tennessee agencies to be deployed to Gatlinburg Monday night when wildfires forced thous…
ATF Agent Michael Knight said the agency was called in overnight to help with the investigation.
Wednesday night at the Bridgestone Arena, Charlie Daniels was hosting his annual Volunteer Jam, and the fires were on everyone’s minds.
In all, $108,052 was raised.
All of those employees are uncertain what the future might hold after the resort was completely ruined by the storm of fire.
Pastor Galen Davis said beyond religious affiliation, as human beings and as Tennesseans, we need to band together.
“I know it has been a trying time for my people and this assistance will help get them back on their feet.”