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Fifth-grader severely injured in fight at South Carolina school
WALTERBORO, S.C. - A South Carolina school says one of its fifth-graders was wounded in a fight and has since been hospitalized. The State reports the Colleton County School District says the Forest Hills Elementary School student was airlifted to medical center for treatment after the Monday fight.
3 charged in connection to Chesterfield County murder
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, N.C. (FOX 46) - Deputies say three people have been taken into custody in connection to a fatal shooting in Chesterfield County. On Thursday, March 13 deputies with the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office were sent to a home in the 800 block of James Teal Road in the Chesterfie
Driver pleads guilty in fatal collision with Lancaster man getting his mail
LANCASTER COUNTY, S.C. - A man who police said was in the country illegally pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to hitting and killing a Lancaster County man who was simply out getting his mail.
South Carolina women indicted in federal court for allegedly transporting fentanyl
MARTINSBURG — Two South Carolina women were indicted this month in federal court for allegedly transporting fentanyl through the state of West Virginia. Peggy Louise Farrington, 54, and Jacqueline Lee Weigland, 57, both of Galivants Ferry, South Carolina, were charged on March 5 by a federal grand j
Sheriff: Union County man hires contractor to illegally remove landscape median
UNION COUNTY, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - An Indian Trail man is facing multiple charges following the unauthorized removal of a portion of a landscaping median in front of his home, according to the Union County Sheriff's Office.
Man convicted of killing South Carolina man on porch
LANCASTER, S.C. - A South Carolina man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole after he was convicted of murder in the shooting death of a police officer's brother in 2017.
South Carolina Popeye's so popular that it runs out of chicken
A new Popeye's restaurant in Greer, South Carolina is causing traffic jams. It's so popular that it ran out of chicken.
Moving Panthers HQ to South Carolina could mean light rail extension
COLUMBIA, SC (WCBD) – Leaders across South Carolina are talking about ways to bring North and South Carolina together as the Panthers eye a possible move to the Palmetto State.
South Carolina lawmakers may give $96 million back to taxpayers
ROCK HILL, S.C. - If you live in South Carolina, you could be getting a little gift from the state. It could be enough cash for a date night or to fill up your tank at the gas station.
Man charged after 71-year-old found shot to death outside Monroe home
MONROE, N.C. - Police arrested 29-year-old Christopher Walker after they say he shot and killed a 71-year-old man Sunday night outside a home they shared in Monroe. [ALSO READ: Officer shoots, kills armed man outside Charlotte Burger King, CMPD chief says]
Criminal charges against 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett dropped
Attorneys for "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett say charges alleging he lied to police about attack have been dropped. Smollett attorneys Tina Glandian and Patricia Brown Holmes said in a Tuesday morning statement that Smollett's record "has been wiped clean." Smollett was indicted on 16 felony counts
CMPD: Teen charged with murder in January deadly shooting
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - A 19-year-old has been charged with murder in connection to a deadly shooting that happened back in January in north Charlotte, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police.
Police: Woman helped man keep teen as sex slave in Kings Mountain home
CLEVELAND COUNTY, N.C. - Police said a woman helped a man keep a teenage girl as a sex slave in a Cleveland County home for over a month. [ALSO READ: Man sentenced to 26 years after CMPD rescues woman held captive, tortured]
NC veteran walks 607 miles, through tornadoes and storms, makes one request
MONROE, N.C. (WBTV) - A veteran from Monroe, retired Sergeant First Class Howard Garren, says just a few months ago, he couldn’t get up to walk because of debilitating seizures.
BB gun bandit accused of firing shots into several Caldwell Co. businesses
CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C. - Deputies have arrested a man accused of firing a BB gun into several Caldwell County businesses. For weeks now, deputies in both Caldwell and Burke counties have been working cases involving a BB gun bandit targeting not only businesses, but several local fire departments acr
CMPD Identifies Man Fatally Shot By Police, Release 911 Calls
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have identified the man who was fatally shot by an officer outside of a Burger King off Beatties Ford Road Monday morning. Police say officers encountered Danquirs Napoleon Franklin, 27, while responding to multiple 911 calls about an armed man inside of the fast food re
Monroe Record Store Owner Gives Talented Locals a Stage
Jampac Records has been open for more than three decades. TWO SPEAKERS PROP OPEN the door to Jampac Records on Monroe’s Main Street, blaring whatever Walter Gibson is in the mood for that day: the Jackson Five, U2, the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Inside the small storefront sits a treasure trov
KCSO investigating robbery, shooting inside Bethune home
KERSHAW COUNTY, SC (WIS) - The Kershaw County Sheriff's Office is investigating a robbery and shooting that took place in a home in Bethune. Around 11:00 pm last night, 3 suspects forced their way into a home on Stephens Road. Once inside, they robbed and shot the homeowner.
He fell short on ‘The Voice’ in 2014. Is he now ready for prime time on ‘American Idol’?
If you happen to see Joe Kirk’s face on “American Idol” this week and you don’t recognize him, that’s because ABC never aired his initial successful audition, or the moment when the celebrity judging panel told the 22-year-old Monroe native, “You’re going to Hollywood!”
Punched in the gut: My most memorable correction
I was a 23-year-old reporter on my first reporting job at the Enquirer-Journal in Monroe, N.C. Each day, the editor would sort the news releases and dole out those that related to each reporter’s coverage area. Because there were only four of us, our coverage area was expansive. We reporters evaluat