District Attorney General Russell Johnson, right, is calling on officials to remember the people who worked on the ash spill cleanup at TVA's Kingston Fossil Plant. Johnson visited the plant last year with Assistant District Attorney General Bob Edwards, left, and then Assistant District Attorney General Barry Carrier.
Johnson calls to remember TVA ash spill

The ash spill continues to make headlines nearly 10 years after the disaster.

The most recent were sparked by a federal jury’s verdict in the civil trial involving Jacobs Engineering Group and people who worked on the years long cleanup at TVA’s Kingston Fossil Plant.

The jury of six women and four men found Jacobs failed to exercise reasonable care in carrying out the duties it owed to the workers.

The jury also found the breach of duty was capable of causing illnesses that the workers allege they are suffering from.