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Police charge man in death of two babies

Morristown traffic cam citations drop dramatically

Citations from traffic cameras are down more than 55% in Morristown, and police say that's a sign they are working.

In August, the city had more than 43-hundred red light and speeding camera violations. In November, that number dropped to 19-hundred.

Most of the speeding citations came from new cameras the city installed on Highway 25-E and Highway 160 back in July.

Morristown police say drivers now know about the cameras, and are changing their habits on the road.

Police investigate babies' deaths; found unresponsive in Greeneville


(WBIR-Greeneville) Greeneville Police are investigating after two babies were found dead in a home.

3 teens, including 2 volunteer firefighters, charged with arson

Three teenagers, including two who are volunteer firefighters, are facing arson charges for a string of fires in Cocke county.

Detectives said the suspects set fires to abandoned homes, barns, and hay bales so they could then respond and fight them.

No students on school bus that crashed in Jefferson Co.

No students were aboard a school bus that crashed in Jefferson County Monday morning, according to a dispatcher.

Jefferson County dispatch confirmed a bus and a car crashed in front of Jefferson Middle School on Highway 11 E. at about 7:40 a.m.

No word if anyone was hurt.

We'll update you on wbir.com and 10News as more information becomes available.

Hiring center opens for new Morristown Walmart

A new East Tennessee Walmart is hiring hundreds of positions.

The new store in Morristown is expected to open next spring, but managers are already looking for approximately 300 workers to get the story ready for its grand opening. There are both full and part-time positions available.

A temporary hiring center is open at 1942 West Andrew Johnson Highway.

Cocke Co. man facing animal cruelty charges

Cocke County deputies arrested a man after officials found a dead dog on his property.

A local animal shelter asked deputies to check on several dogs at a home on Old 15th Road in Del Rio Wednesday afternoon.