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25 years since Hugo, emergency officials worry about apathy


In the 25 years since Hurricane Hugo blew ashore and tore a path of destruction through South Carolina, a lot has changed. South Carolina today has more people, better technology, more accurate weather forecasts, and sturdier homes and commercial buildings. READ MORE

Two injured at Spartanburg County bar


Spartanburg County deputies are seeking information about a shooting at a night club that sent two people to the hospital early Saturday morning. READ MORE

State Trooper Arrested for Domestic Violence


South Carolina State Trooper was arrested last night after allegedly hitting and injuring his wife. Greenville County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a call about an assault at a home on Riley Smith Drive. When they arrived... READ MORE

Unemployment up in Palmetto State


State officials say South Carolina's unemployment rate rose again in August to 6.4 percent, putting South Carolina back above the national jobless rate. READ MORE

Clemson suspends survey over concerns sexual questions were too personal



Clemson University officials have stopped having students fill out a Title IX survey over complaints from some of those students that the questions were inappropriate. READ MORE

FSU Suspends Winston for Vulgar Statements


Florida State will have home field advantage when they host the Clemson Tigers on Saturday... but they won't have a key player for the first half of the game. The school is benching quarterback Jameis Winston... READ MORE

School District Issues Statement on Flag Ban


The Spartanburg School District has issued a statement in response to complaints that students were told to remove American flags from their vehicles on the anniversary of 9/11. READ MORE

Man hit and killed while crossing Wade Hampton Blvd.


A 55 year old man was hit and killed while trying to cross Wade Hampton Boulevard Tuesday night. READ MORE

Limestone College chaplain suspended following arrest


The Limestone College chaplain has been suspended by the school after he was arrested and charged with child abuse. According to the incident report provided by Gaffney police, James Singleton, 53, is accused of assaulting his 13-year-old son..READ MORE

City of Greenville Supports Women, Minority Businesses


For the past several years the city of Greenville has made an effort to support local businesses that are owned by women and minorities... READ MORE

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