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Pilot flying from Statesville killed after plane found crashed, officials say
STATESVILLE, N.C. - Officials said the pilot who was heading from Statesville Regional Airport to Twin Lakes Airport in Davie County but never arrived is dead after the plane was found crashed.
Controversial SC megachurch pastor called to #TheJesusChallenge to ‘live minimally’ for 1 year
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - The controversial pastor of a Greenville, SC, megachurch has been challenged to relinquish his worldly possessions in what a fellow pastor calls #TheJesusChallenge.
McLeod Health Cheraw nurses receive 2019 Palmetto Gold Award
CHERAW, S.C. — McLeod Health Cheraw is pleased to announce that Glenda Thomas, RN, and Kathryn McLain, RN, have been selected to receive the 2019 Palmetto Gold Award. Overall, seventeen McLeod Health Registered Nurses were selected. These nurses represent McLeod Regional Medical Center, McLeod Healt
South Carolina woman discovers 'snake convention' on her porch
AIKEN, S.C. (FOX 13) - A South Carolina woman discovered a party of six snakes on her back porch. Andrea Dick of Aiken, South Carolina was startled to find the snakes on her porch Friday morning. She went on social media to ask for help, saying she spotted the “snake convention” on her porch while s
Funeral Arrangements Released For Two Victims In Chesterfield County Triple Homicide
According to Sadie Linton’s obituary, funeral services for 3-year-old Sadie and her mother Hailey Brown will take place Saturday, April 13th. Family will greet friends from 3pm to 4pm at Forest Pine Church, followed by funeral services at 4pm.
2019 tobacco settlement gives South Carolina $79 million
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina has been paid another installment from the settlement nearly all U.S. states signed with the major tobacco companies in 1998. State Attorney General Alan Wilson said Monday most of the nearly $79 million in the 2019 payment will go to help pay for Medicaid.
Cheating Scandal Rocks University of South Carolina Business School
An associated dean at the Darla Moore School of Business informed faculty members of a major cheating scandal at the University of South Carolina’s signature campus. According to an email from Janice Breuer Bass, an economics professor and associate dean of undergraduate programs, the latest scandal
SC WFO COLUMBIA Warnings, Watches, and Advisories
WFO COLUMBIA Warnings, Watches and Advisories for Sunday, April 14, 2019. ...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 630 PM EDT. FOR NORTHEASTERN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY...
Judge orders mental review in South Carolina police ambush shooting case
FLORENCE, S.C. - A judge has ordered a man who authorities say killed two police officers in an ambush from his upscale South Carolina home to have a mental examination. [ALSO READ: Man charged with shooting 7 SC officers blames PTSD, letter says]
3 killed in South Carolina shooting, sheriff says
CHERAW, S.C. (AP) - Authorities say three people are dead after a shooting in South Carolina. Chesterfield County Sheriff JD Dixon says the shooting happened around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at a home on a road south of Cheraw.
Motorcyclist killed in hit and run incident on SC-527 and Highway 378
SUMTER, S.C. (WOLO) – Highway Patrol says a motorcyclist is dead after a fatal hit and run on Sunday. Authorities say the incident happened on the intersection of SC-527 and Highway 378 around 8:30 p.m.
South Carolina teachers calling out of work May 1 to march on Statehouse
Public school teachers across South Carolina plan to leave work and protest in Columbia on May 1 demanding higher wages, smaller classroom sizes and other changes to their working conditions.
2 NC children shot after their dad is involved in 'road rage' incident, sheriff says
MOUNT AIRY, N.C. (WFMY) — Two children were shot in a suspected road rage incident between two men Saturday in Mount Airy, the Surry County Sheriff's Office confirms. A nine-year-old boy and a seven-year-old girl were taken to the hospital by their father Graig Sheff, according to the sheriff's offi
'She never mentioned anything about bullying' teacher says about 5th grader
WLTX is reviewing dozens of documents, statements, and interviews the Colleton County Sheriff's Office released late Friday about the death investigation of Raniya Wright. Wright, a 5th grader at Forest Hills Elementary, died last month after being involved in a classroom altercation.
South Carolina school girl died of natural causes
WALTERBORO, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina authorities said Friday that the death of a fifth grade girl at school last month was due to natural causes and not a fight with another student, which they described as lasting only seconds. But the family of the girl disagreed, saying she was repeatedly antag
Sibling showdown in Hemi Shootout finale highlights 28th annual ‘Mopars at The Rock’
ROCKINGHAM — Before the rainfall forced Rockingham Dragway owner Steve Earwood to cancel the final rounds of racing at the 28th annual Griffin Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep “Mopars at the Rock” on Saturday, Dave Crosswhite (Meadowview, Va.) was able to beat out his brother Tank Crosswhite (Glade Spring, Va.)
CDC report says STD rates on rise in South Carolina
GREENVILLE, S.C. - The number of sexually transmitted diseases is on the rise in South Carolina. That's according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Laurinburg After 5 kicks off Friday
LAURINBURG — The Hasty Realty Laurinburg After 5 concert series will kick off on Friday evening with a soulful bang, thanks to the sounds of EnVision. Based in Winston-Salem, the group will bring four female vocalists — Sylvania Wilder, Michelle Scales, Iris Daye and Charlene Legette — and one male
Extraordinary nurses will be recognized at MUSC Health Florence Medical Center
FLORENCE, S.C. – MUSC Health Florence Medical Center will kick off The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses program Tuesday. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation's mission to recognize and honor nurses who provide extraordinary, compassionate care to patients and families every day.
FEMA approves $2.3M for emergency protective measures at St. Andrews University
RALEIGH – The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved $2.3 million to reimburse St. Andrews University in Laurinburg for emergency protective measures taken following Hurricane Florence.