Friday, August 17th, 2018

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  1. Generation Z and Technology

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    Move over Millennials, new research is now putting the focus on Generation Z, ages 14 to 23. Anthony Johnson explains the generational differences and how technology is dramatically reshaping the lives of young adults.
  2. Friday Morning Kickoff: David Crockett High School Band Part 4

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL  Family & Education, Music, 0
    WJHL News Channel 11 This Morning
  3. Friday Morning Kickoff: David Crockett High School Band Part 3

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL  Family & Education, Music, 0
    WJHL News Channel 11 This Morning
  4. Friday Morning Kickoff: David Crockett High School cheerleaders

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL  Family & Education, 0
    WJHL News Channel 11 This Morning
  5. Friday Morning Kickoff: David Crockett High School Band Part 1

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL  Family & Education, Music, 0
    WJHL News Channel 11 This Morning
  6. Former Carter County Deputy Nick Andes opens up about incident th...

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL   1
    Former Carter County Deputy Nick Andes opens up about incident that led to his termination
  7. Nick Andes speaks about his firing

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL   0
    After months of silence former Carter County Deputy Nick Andes is speaking publicly for the first time about his firing stemming from an investigation into an assault involving a child.
  8. Johnson City leaders move forward with North Hills proposal

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    The Johnson City Board of Commissioners decided Thursday evening to move forward with a controversial proposal that involves the construction of a new road and apartment complex.
  9. Sullivan County Sheriff's Office to review inmate release procedu...

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL   0
    The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office says they will review their procedures after an inmate impersonating a fellow inmate was released.
  10. Johnson City approves sale of Millennium Center to ETSU

     Fri, Aug 17th - WJHL   0
    Johnson City commissioners voted to sell the Millennium Center to ETSU for nearly 6 million dollars.
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