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Boil water advisory issued in Westminster after water main break

Any ice made from water, which has not been boiled, should not be used for drinking purposes.

WYFF4.COM - 2018-07-15 12:25:00

DHEC: Large fish kill on Lake Bowen related to chemical used to kill algae

That fish kill came shortly after the same algaecide, a chemical called Current, was applied to the lake.

WYFF4.COM - 2018-07-16 20:04:00

Here’s how much South Carolina college presidents get paid compared to their peers

Clemson University President James Clements is the 23rd highest paid college president at the country, the report said. With a salary of $809,334 in the 2016-2017 school year, it took tuition from 57 students to pay his salary, according to the report. In Clements’ first full academic year at Clemso

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2018-07-16 16:22:00

A look back at Tim Bourret's 40 Hall of Fame seasons with Clemson athletics

Tim Bourret officially retired Friday, July 13, after 40 years working in Clemson’s sports information department. Bourret, a recent inductee into the College Sports Information Directors of America Hall of Fame, began his tenure at Clemson on September 1, 1978. In his four decades behind-the-scenes

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2018-07-16 13:00:00

Case dismissed for Oconee woman accused of fleeing with 6 kids before DSS came for them

Jennafer Machelle Price, 33, of Westminster, was charged with six counts of custodial interference. She was reported missing with her six children on May 9. They were located two days later in Alabama.

GREENVILLE NEWS

Man drowns at Calhoun Falls State Park in Abbeville

ABBEVILLE Co., SC (WSPA) - A man has drowned at Calhoun Falls State Park, according to Abbeville Co. Coroner's Office.

WSPA.COM - 2018-07-16 15:29:29

Susan Alford leaving Dept. of Social Services, says she helped fix agency wracked by problems

COLUMBIA — Shortly after Susan Alford was named director of the state’s troubled child welfare agency in early 2015, she started a listening tour across the state. On one stop, a Richland County caseworker broke into tears.

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2018-07-16 12:14:00

Review: 'The Real Deal' is flirty summer beach read

"The Real Deal" (St. Martin's Griffin), by Lauren BlakelyBeing the only single person in the family is sometimes annoying. It's worse when parents get involved, aggressively pushing every available guy in your direction. In "The Real Deal," author Lauren Blakely adds a fun twist to this scenario by

MARIETTA DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-07-16 12:29:45

SCSO: Woman says rejected sexual advance led to knife attack

A witness told them Tyanna Robinson, 40, stabbed her brother and was holding other people hostage in her unit.

FOX CAROLINA

SCSO: Woman cuts man's arm with knife during feud

A witness told them Tyanna Robinson, 40, stabbed her brother and was holding other people hostage in her unit.

FOX CAROLINA

Right lane closed on I-85 south after vehicle fire

ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -The South Carolina Department of Transportation said part of Interstate 85 south was closed in Anderson County on Sunday.Troopers said the fire was reported near Exit 40 just before noon.According to the Department of Transportation, the right lane near the exit for High

WTOC.COM

Ex-Evansville Coach Marty Simmons reportedly set to join Brad Brownell's staff at Clemson

Brownell, who guided Clemson to a 25-10 record and a Sweet 16 appearance last season, worked alongside Simmons as an assistant coach for the Aces in 1991. Brownell is an Evansville native.

ANDERSON INDEPENDENT-MAIL - 2018-07-15 12:00:00

Palmetto Recruiting: Clemson, USC waiting on key commitments

Cornerback Jaden Davis of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, will announce his commitment Wednesday with Clemson, Kentucky, Penn State, Miami and Oklahoma the finalists. He last visited Clemson for a junior day in January and recruiters Brent Venables and Mike Reed have been in regular contact to remind him a

INDEX-JOURNAL - 2018-07-15 22:40:00

Fmr. Clemson athlete shot, killed while in Mexico City

CLEMSON, SC (WSPA) - Clemson University's sports website, TigerNet.com, has reported that a former volleyball player was hit and killed by a stray bullet while in Mexico.

WSPA.COM

Vigil held for woman killed in Crestwood Forest Dr. shooting

"Are you still in shock? Have you processed anything that's happening?" Asked 7News Reporter Stefany Bornman.

WSPA.COM

SOUTH CAROLINA SHERIFF'S EMPLOYEE INVESTIGATED: South Carolina sheriff's employee investigated for crime since shakeup

Lewis admitted having an affair with a female employee. He denied drugging and having sex with her without consent in a Charlotte, North Carolina, hotel room.

WSOC-TV

22-year-old man dies in fatal crash on Reedy Fork Rd. in Pelzer, woman flown to hospital

PELZER, S.C. (WSPA) - One man died in a two vehicle crash that shut down Reedy Fork Rd. at Greybridge Rd. in Pelzer Friday afternoon, according to authorities on the scene.

WSPA.COM

3 people in the hospital after two shootings believed to be connected, deputies say

Three people are in the hospital following two separate shooting incidents, both believed to be connected, according to the Greenville County Sheriff's Office.

WYFF4.COM

Cockroaches in rice lead to Mexican restaurant failing health inspection

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga.- A DeKalb County Mexican restaurant has failed a health inspection, in part because of cockroaches.

WSB-TV ATLANTA

One lane of I-85 N moving as crews work to clear crash involving jackknifed semi in Anderson

ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -Troopers said I-85 North was closed near mile marker 22 in Anderson County Saturday morning due to a jackknifed semi.The crash happened just before 10 a.m.No injuries were reported.Our FOX Carolina photojournalist reported one lane was moving as of 11:40 a.m.Drivers can

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