conserve and boil water…vigorously.. for at least one minute prior to drinking or cooking ---if you’re in anderson or parts of pickens counties,.. …a ruptured pipe is the problem.../ A number of businesses are closed due o the issue
three surgical patients at Greenville Hospital System … … diagnosed with a rare mycO-bacterial infection have died, A total of 15 patients have tested positive for the infection,
a job fair today - hiring for auto assemblers, material handlers forklift operators, customer service, and data entry / stop by Kelly Services Howell Road in Greenville.
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
yesterday, The U.S. lost 1-0 to Germany, but still advanced to the knockout stage of the tournament, Belgium 4 tuesday
are you a heavy drinker Women are considered "heavy drinkers" if they have eight or more drinks a week, according to the CDC. Men can have 14.
an intoxicated.. Shia LaBeouf was arrested for liting up a cigarette during a play at a new York theater…the Actor was drunk and using foul language.. He was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct
Winthrop University has fired its president less than a year after hiring her. University trustees voted yesterday to terminate Jamie Comstock Williamson's contract. They say Williamson violated the university's nepotism policy by hiring her husband, among other violations / Williamson denied all the trustees' complaints.
Federal health regulators have approved a first-of-a-kind set of robotic leg braces that can help some disabled people walk again. The ReWalk system consists of leg braces with motion sensors and motorized joints
The public corruption case of a former South Carolina State University trustee is about to go to a federal jury. The prosecution and defense plan closing statements Friday in Jonathan Pinson's trial. Authorities say Pinson used his position as a trustee to try to get the university to buy land from a Florida developer so he could get a Porsche SUV as a thank you gift.
The FBI says nine people from five states have been charged with taking $15 million from investors in a fake coal mining company in Tennessee. Prosecutors say more than 160 investors from around the country were targeted. The people charged are from Tennessee, Florida, South Carolina, Indiana and Kentucky.
The board overseeing San Francisco's iconic Golden Gate Bridge is scheduled to make a big decision today about preventing suicides on the span when it votes on a $76 million funding package for a net. There's been a decades-long debate over whether the barrier would work. Since the Golden Gate opened in 1937, more than 1,400 people have plunged to their deaths
The system provides water to 13 utilities that serve 200,000 customers.
Police in suburban Atlanta say a couple accused of locking their son in the basement of their home for more than a year are facing criminal charges. Gwinnett County police spokesman Jake Smith said Thursday that the Buford couple is accused of confining the 13-year-old boy in a small room with a mattress and a makeshift toilet.