A photograph of a Canadian man mowing a lawn with a tornado swirling behind him has caused a bit of a storm on social media.
People on the Riverview Family Farm are still cleaning up areas of the 200 acre working cattle ranch.
It’s been six months since an EF 2 tornado swept through McMinn County, leaving devastation in its path.
As cleanup continues across East Tennessee after last weekend’s storms, a local group is helping put birds back where they belong.
A Maryville family is still recovering after Saturday night’s storms blew a tree in their yard into their home. When it fell, it missed one …
The couple who owns the home enjoys spending time there with their children and grandchildren. They’re relieved the kids weren’t there when …
A golf course on Monday was open, but only nine of the holes were in play. Crews at Lake Tansi Village were busy clearing brush and uprooted…
One of the areas that saw a lot of damage from Saturday night’s storm was West Knox County near Concord Park.
A shelter was created at Harriman High School for people affected by the weekend storms in Roane County.
GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WATE) – Rain caused a mudslide in Gatlinburg. The mudslide broke loose on Dudley Creek Road, filling the street with mud.…
Cocke County Sheriff Armando Fontes credits several deputies and firefighters with rescuing a woman Wednesday when a huge tree fell on her h…
East Tennessee will likely see the first Air Quality Alert Day of the season.
Heavy rain and some flooding was reported Friday evening as a storm system moved through East Tennessee.
Spring has officially spring and we are almost half way into May. Flowers and colorful blooms dot the landscape the monthly full moon has re…
Officials in Sevier County estimate last week’s wind and storms caused $1.5 million in damage to public property and utilities.
The WATE 6 Storm Team is hitting the road.
Gatlinburg-Pittman High School Principal Tony Ogle said there is damage to the roof of their gym after strong storms.
A shelter was set up at the Pigeon Forge Community Center for anyone impacted by high winds and power outages.
Down trees and power lines are causing road closures and power outages throughout East Tennessee on Monday afternoon.
More deaths occur due to flooding and flash flooding than any other thunderstorm-related hazard.