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Grandmother bloodied in bobcat attack, fights it with her bare hands before help arrives

HARTWELL, Ga -- A woman suffered two bites and several scratches after a rabid bobcat attacked her in this northeast Georgia county.The incident happened June 7 around 6:15 pm on Liberty Church Road, when Hart County deputies responded to reports of a woman calling for help. Police arrived to find D

WRCBTV.COM - 2018-06-17 19:28:00

Greenville man killed after crashing into utility pole

Burnett was extricated from the scene on Crestfield Road near Myron Lane and transported to Greenville Memorial Trauma Center, where he later died, the Coroner's Office said.

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2018-06-17 18:19:00

Deputies catch second suspect after shooting and chase, deputies say

Deputies said when they arrived, a white Lincoln was leaving the scene. According to deputies, shots were fired at a deputy, then a chase followed. The pursuit ended on Lily Street, which is about three miles away.

WYFF4.COM - 2018-06-17 09:42:00

Former Clemson standout Trevor Booker sees big things ahead for Elijah Thomas, Tigers

“He’s like my little brother,” Booker said. “He calls or texts every now and then, asking for advice on different things.”

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2018-06-17 21:50:00

Shots fired at deputies after shooting at sports bar

The shots were fired from a white Lincoln leaving the scene, and deputies gave pursuit, Bolt said.

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2018-06-17 15:51:00

'We are here': BI-LO emerges quickly from bankruptcy protection, remodels 3 Upstate stores

Having emerged on May 31 from a two-month stint underChapter 11 bankruptcy protections, BI-LO's holding company, Southeastern Grocers, recently announced it would undertake nearly 100 store remodels this year. Locally, the latest of these was unveiled Thursday with grand "re-openings" at three Upst


Woman strangles bobcat to death in front yard in Georgia

Phillips says she grew up in the country, where her father-in-law was once a trapper of bobcats. As a result, she knew something about the animal’s behavior.

WPSDLOCAL6.COM - 2018-06-17 19:09:27

Thomas Food Mart owner accused of tax evasion in Anderson

ANDERSON, SC (WSPA) - The owner of Shri Sai Krupa LLC. doing business as Thomas Food Mart in Anderson has been arrested and charged with 3 counts of tax evasion., according to SC Dept. of Revenue (SCDOR).


Fatal collision reported on Interstate 85 in Anderson County

The collision was reported around 9:14 a.m. Saturday near the 7 mile marker in the southbound lanes of I-85.An identity of the person deceased has not yet been released.Further details were not immediately available.Check back with greenvilleonline.com for more on this developing story.Other news:Ha

ANDERSON INDEPENDENT-MAIL - 2018-06-16 16:23:00

Clemson's Dabo Swinney is paid more than all 50 U.S. governors ... combined.

Buy Photo(Photo: BART BOATWRIGHT/Staff)Story HighlightsCollege athletics is a multibillion-dollar industry with revenue streams gushing into public entities, and then flooding coaches’ pockets.In 39 states, the highest paid state employee is a college football or basketball coach. That includes SC,


Clemson Extension: Changing the stigma of bugs

Many of us, especially those who are older than 50, might remember the negative relationship of man and insects that led to the development of tons of different insect killing pesticides. You might recall the TV commercial that went something like this: “The only good bug is a dead bug.” Thank goodn


Man facing murder charges in Westminster shooting that killed 1, injured 3

A boy succumbed to his injuries after the shooting, according to Westminster police spokesperson Cheri Spottke. The boy's mother and her other son suffered life-threatening injuries and are in critical condition. A man who was also shot is expected to survive, Spottke said.


Afternoon storm brings downed trees, flash flooding

Severe storms brought heavy rains, hail, flash flooding and downed trees to Upstate.

WYFF4.COM - 2018-06-16 23:19:00

Body camera video released of Greenville County deputies shooting man armed with knife

GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. —Body camera video showing the fatal shooting of a man by Greenville County deputies was released Thursday.Advertisement(Scroll down to watch video)Jermaine Massey, 35, was shot in March on Third Avenue in the Poe Mill community, officials said. He died of a gunshot wound to


Accused Anderson mall shooter had mental illness says father, friend

Friend Michael Blackmon and father Patrick Randolph Senior met up to at the Anderson Police station to talk about Randolph’s son, Patrick Deaon Randolph Jr., 28, who is accused of shooting a man inside of the Anderson mall on Friday.


Townville man charged in Anderson Mall shooting

Patrick Deaon Randolph, 28, of Winchester Road in Townville, was taken into custody about 7:45 p.m. Monday with assistance from the Anderson County Sheriff's Office, the Police Department said. Randolph was charged with attempted murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent


Help find missing man Larry Kowalksi in Anderson

ANDERSON, SC (WSPA) - Anderson Co. Sheriff's Office is asking for you help to find Larry Kowalksi, 80, of Oak Hill Dr. in Anderson.


Social media rumor unfounded; man just urinated along Doodle Trail, deputies say

An Upstate sheriff's office is trying to put a damper on a social media rumor they say was based on a misunderstanding and a man's need to take a bathroom break.Pickens County deputies were called Tuesday evening to the Doodle Trail near Rice Road in Easley by a woman who described a man acting susp


Quartet to plead guilty in meth conspiracy

In an unusually busy rush for the door, four local crystal-meth dealers filed plea agreements Tuesday indicating they’ll admit guilt to varying roles in a cartel-affiliated conspiracy allegedly headed by Cocke County resident Thomas Lynn “Dax” Martin, according to court documents. No plea agreements


5 out-of-the-way restaurants in and around Anderson that are worth the trip

Out-of-the-way, hidden-gem restaurants are some of the most thrilling things to find in any town. No matter where you go, there will be that restaurant that only the locals really know about and when you learn of it, it becomes a kind of secret between you, the owner and the rest of the "in crowd."