a Greenville woman died this morning..after her car was hit head-on by a truck going the wrong way along Interstate 385 near pleasantburg dr../. 26-year-old Shauntia Jackson,was traveling with her 3 children, all under 9 years of age..they are in serious condition / the driver of the truck was injured and is hospitalized,
gasoline prices fell about 8 cents over the past two weeks. /The Lundberg Survey says the average price..nationwide,, of a gallon of regular is $3.60
The South Carolina Highway Patrol is looking …to fill 65 positions/ . theres a meeting…today. In Greenwood, at the Troop 2 Headquarters on Bypass 25. / from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m
The University of South Carolina’s Columbia campus.. will go tobacco-free on Jan. 1 and that means no smoking for tailgaters..,/ Another five S.C. colleges, including Clemson, are considering bans.
a large-scale rescue operation is underway – to clean-up and care for 150 dogs.. taken from a suspected puppy mill in anderson county/ the animals will be quarantined for a coupleof weeks..before being put up for adoption
An early morning accident had shutdown I 385 northbound from pleasantburg drive into downtown –a ..head on collision... injured several children..and killed one adult..
nearly 1 in 5 people in South Carolina use food stamps/ Last year the monthly benefit per household was $278….. Lawmakers are considering deep cuts to the food stamp program
you return ..something you bought- Consumer advocates want us to know that companies collect personal information and then create ``return profiles'' …of customers ….at big-name retailers like Best Buy, J.C. Penney, Victoria's Secret, and Home Depot / The companies say it's all in the name of security and fighting fraud.
A sinkhole in the middle of a Florida resort villa has caused a partial collapse of one section and another is sinking. Officials say guests were evacuated earlier when popping noises were heard and windows began breaking at the Summer Bay Resort near Disney World.
Doctors and some government officials are sounding a new warning about the dangers of jump gyms amid a heightened effort to regulate indoor trampoline parks. The parks have become a popular rain-or-shine suburban entertainment. Citing broken necks, shattered leg bones and one death, some doctors say the parks are dangerous and injuries can eclipse any benefits. Utah and California have begun regulatory efforts