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Summerville woman killed in train accident in New York
NEW YORK, SC (CBS NEW YORK/WCSC) - A Summerville woman was killed by a train in New York City this past weekend. According to CBS New York, Helen McDonald-Phalon was killed around 3 a.m. on Saturday at the Union Square subway station.
Deputies Searching For Missing Teenager In York County
FORT MILL, S.C. — Deputies from the York County Sheriff’s Office are looking for a missing teen. Julia Petagna, 19, was last seen on April 9th in the Fort Mill area. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call 803-628-3059 and ask for Sgt. Bolin. No other details have been provided i
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.
Master Gardeners of York County announce spring plant sales
YORK COUNTY, SC — The Master Gardeners of York County (MGYC) have released the calendar for sales of their member-grown plants in April and May. EARTH DAY BIRTHDAYSaturday, April 27, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.Museum of York County4621 Mt. Gallant Road, Rock Hill BLOOM FESTSaturday, May 18, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.Mead
Rock Hill woman shot down in the street. Suspect didn’t shoot, but still got prison
A man attorneys said was involved in a 2018 drug deal that ended with a woman shot to death pleaded guilty. Christopher Wayne Wright, 32, was sentenced to 54 months in a South Carolina prison after pleading guilty Monday in York County court to conspiracy to buy heroin.
York Chester Middle School Students Bravely Complete ‘The Grandfather Challenge’ at Grandfather Mountain
Nine students from York Chester Middle School in Gastonia, NC recently completed “The Grandfather Challenge” hiking program at Grandfather Mountain in Linville. “The Grandfather Challenge” program is sponsored by The Jason Project, Inc., which was formed by the parents of Jason Matthew Nipper, who p
Man finds, kills giant snake on Gaston County property
LOWELL, N.C. — While many families were enjoying visits from the Easter bunny over the weekend, a Gaston County couple got surprised by a massive snake. As newlyweds, Scott Jensen and his wife left Charlotte and bought a 3.5-acre property in Lowell.
Person not coming out as police attempt to serve warrants at Gaston County home
DALLAS, NC (WBTV) - Police say a person is not coming out as officers attempt to serve warrants at a Gaston County home Monday night. According to the Gaston County Police Department, the incident happened at a home on Old Spencer Mountain Road in Dallas.
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.
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]
Prom Angels of York County
ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 TODAY) A York County woman has turned her dining room into a shop for those who need something to wear to their high school prom. Hear her reason behind it!
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.
Gastonia Police investigating suspected case of arson
GASTONIA, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - Police in Gastonia are searching for an arson suspect after a home went up in flames over the weekend. The fire broke out just before 6 p.m. on Saturday at a house in the 400 block of Myrtle Street. Officials say it caused about $18,000 in damage.
Rock Hill woman writes story about racism, ends up making movie
ROCK HILL, S.C. - Tabitha McCleod wanted to tell a story about racism. "I wanted it to be from both sides, the white and black perspective," she said. On Monday, part of Main Street in Rock Hill was shut down for six hours while she shot part of her movie, 'A Small Problem.'
She went out to get diapers for her son. She never made it back.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It was a gruesome case that shook a south Charlotte neighborhood 16 years ago. Alkia Rodgers was reported missing May 21, 2003 when she didn't come home. The 18-year-old mother's body was found the next day by some kids at the top of a slide in Charlotte's Southside Park where ofte
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
Have you seen her? South Carolina teen has been missing 2 weeks
Authorities in South Carolina need your help finding a missing teen. Julia Petagna, 19, was last seen April 9 in the Fort Mill area. If you have any information on her whereabouts, contact the York County Sheriff's Office at (803) 628-3059 and ask for Sgt. Bolin regarding case 2019-14564.
'This Is Fool's Gold': SC Senator Explains Legislative Stall On Bill To Incentivize Panthers Move
The Carolina Panthers are considering moving their team headquarters from Charlotte to York County. Last month, lawmakers in the South Carolina House approved a bill that would create at least $115 million in tax breaks and other incentives to help encourage such a move.
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.
New CBD store coming to downtown Gastonia
A business opening soon in downtown Gastonia will soon seek to take advantage of the growing craze for a newly available form of pain treatment that is often misunderstood. David Peterson expects to open his venue — to be stylized with the lowercase name of ‘drip’ — by May 1. It will be located at 1