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Police: 30-40 gunshots fired in 'attempt to kill' at Pickens home
SIG Sauer P220 45 ACP semiautomatic handgun and four hollow-point rounds (Wikimedia Commons)PICKENS, SC (FOX Carolina) - The Pickens Police Department said officers are investigating an “attempt to kill incident” that occurred early Tuesday morning.Police said 30-40 shots were fired at a residence i
Coroner investigating death from fall at Anderson Co. construction site
(file photo | Associated Press)ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) - The Anderson County Coroner’s Office is investigating a death at a construction site Tuesday morning.The coroner said the incident happened at a construction site on Wigfall Drive.The victim fell from a considerable height.No other details
Coroner responding to crash on I-85 in Anderson Co.
ANDERSON Co., S.C. (WSPA) -- The coroner confirms his office is responding to a fatal crash on Interstate 85.Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said the crash happened on northbound I-85 between mile markers 8 and 11 in Townville.The S.C. Highway Patrol reports a crash happened at 7:37 a.m. Tuesday.
'Kind of eerie': Clemson QBs Kelly Bryant and Trevor Lawrence posting similar numbers
“We look at it as an advantage,” Scott said. “Right now we’re good going with the way we’ve been going. If something changes, we’ll adjust to that, but I look at it as a positive.”
Store clerk stops man from sexually assaulting customer, Greenville police say
There, the victim said she was assaulted and threatened further until an employee came out of the store and began striking the suspect, subduing him until police arrived.
Rabid kitten potentially exposes two people to rabies
Pickens, SC (FOX Carolina) - Tuesday, DHEC reported that two people may have been sent to their health care providers after being potentially exposed to rabies by a kitten that tested positive for the disease.DHEC says the exposures happened near the city of Liberty, when the victims were bitten or
Carolina residents reeling after Florence - CNN Video
Carolina residents reeling after FlorenceResidents in North and South Carolina fight rising floodwaters as officials warn the worst is yet to come.Source: CNN
74-year-old Athens woman killed by car on West Broad Street
A 74-year-old woman died after being struck by a vehicle on West Broad Street, the Athens-Clarke County Police Department reported on Monday.According to an ACCPD press release, Patricia Barker of Athens crossed six lanes of traffic before being struck at the corner of West Broad Street and Briarcli
The Pickens County Sheriff's Office is asking for help identifying an armed suspect
Pickens, SC (FOX Carolina) - The Pickens County Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at Griffin Grocery on Pumpkintown Highway Friday afternoon.Deputies say that surveillance video collected during the investigation shows that at approximately 6:15 p.m. a male, believed t
Man who provided serial killer Todd Kohlhepp with dozens of guns sentenced to federal prison
Kohlhepp, who admitted to killing seven people, was unable to legally own a firearm after he was convicted of kidnapping in Arizona in 1986.
Evacuation for Florence brings Coastal Carolina, Clemson LIFE students together
Wallace, a sophomore, and Paul, a freshman, were among the 50 students and 20 faculty members from Coastal Carolina hosted by Clemson University. They are also part of Coastal Carolina University LIFE, a post-secondary education and transition program for young adults who have mild to moderate intel
North Carolina 1-year-old found dead after being swept away by rushing floodwater
"The only thing I care about is that they found him," Kaiden's mother, identified as Dazia Lee by FOX 46 WJZY, Lee toldFOX 46 WJZY, told the station. "That's the only thing I care about. So now we're waiting just to see him."
Crews searching for person in water near US 123 bridge between Clemson, Seneca
CLEMSON, SC (FOX Carolina) - Search and rescue crews are searching the Seneca River near the US 123 bridge after getting a report of a possible jumper Sunday afternoon.Scott Krein with Oconee County Emergency Services said crews are in the water and on the shore. Fire and rescue teams were on scene,
Raw Video Shows Dozens Of People Looting A Dollar Store As Flooding Cuts Wilmington Off From The Rest Of North Carolina
A major emergency brings out the best in some people, but in others it brings out the absolute worst. Shocking images of “dozens of people” ransacking a Family Dollar store in Wilmington, North Carolina have stunned the nation. This happened in broad daylight, and many of the looters didn’t even s
Road closures due to fallen trees reported in City of Anderson
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina)-The City of Anderson said down trees have led to road closures in the area.In a Facebook post, the City said Public Works had responded to 15 reports of downed trees and powerlines across roadways over the past 24 hours.Most of the streets were re-opened, but the followin
What a South Carolina Ghost Story Says About Hurricanes and History
Hurricane Florence is dangerously ragingover the Carolinas, with windsover 80 miles per hour, massive flooding, and millions expected tolose power. Official warnings and evacuation orders came throughout the week.
106-year-old evacuee finds refugee from Florence in Upstate
On the front porch of Keowee Place Senior Living Center, in Seneca, Eutelle Nix sipped on lemonade and took-in the light breeze from Tropical Storm Florence.
Donkey back home after 'morning stroll' in Easley
Credit: Easley Police Dept./FacebookEASLEY, S.C. (WSPA) -- People weren't the only ones who needed rescuing this weekend.Easley police say the storm had everyone a little flustered, including a wayward donkey.The agency said in a Facebook post that Sgt. Gibson found a donkey taking a stroll on Sunda
Worst Flooding Yet To Come For Waterlogged Carolinas (Video) - South Florida Reporter
For the water-logged Carolinas, “the worst is yet to come” as river levels rise to historic levels, said Zach Taylor, a meteorologist with the U.S. National Weather Service.
Despite Tropical Storm Florence, Clemson fans show up in force for Saturday's game
Before the attendance was officially announced, the crowd appeared to number around 74,000.