Expect traffic delays in downtown Greenville / there are several high school graduations at the Bon Secours Wellness Center.. today and tomoro
Sc’s statewide texting and driving ban is waiting on the Gov’s signature../. - drivers will still be able to text …on a handheld device…when stopped at a red light or stop sign./ .
Organizers confirm that the aloft festival – in Simpsonville is in jeopardy…
Several vendors told WYFF News 4 that they remain unpaid since the festival ended nine days ago./ The city of Simpsonville confirms the festival has defaulted on its payment plan
the college of Charleston takes on texas tec on Saturday../they are two wins away…from going to for the college world series..
When asked how much money to make you happy?, just over half of people surveyed in CNNMoney's American Dream poll said it would take less than $100,000./ Nearly a quarter of the people who took the poll, , said between $50,000 and $75 k
Sc- State employees will get a 2 percent pay raise, 4-year-old kindergarten will expand and local governments will get more state money as part of a $7 billion budget deal that the S.C. House and state Senate passed yesterday. The budget now goes to the governor
carrie Underwood won her..5th…and third straight.. country music.. video of the year award..last night , with "See You Again.
– we could find out today when a GM financed - report on the investigation is to be released / Who knew ..about…and Why …did ..General Motors wait .. at least ..ten years..before telling the public about faulty ignition switches in its small cars? 13 people died as a result/
the world's busiest airport finally has free- wireless Internet / workers assembled the network at Hartsfield-Jackson… Atlanta International Airport … in less than 30 …at a cost of more than $5.2 million./ (167pd
I-40 in North Carolina ..near the Tennessee border…will be closed in both directions til midnight near exit 7, … to remove potential rockslide hazards. ./traffic delays expected thru the weekend .
The International Plumbing Code requires that "Customers, patrons and visitors shall be provided with public toilet facilities in structures and tenant spaces intended for public use and utilized as restaurants, nightclubs, places of assembly, business and mercantile occupancies." The Uniform Plumbing Code does not specifically spell out requirements for public access though it can be strongly inferred by the toilet "fixtures per person ratio" in public use spaces
The powerball jackpot is up to 221 million for Saturday nights drawing.
Lawmakers have passed a statewide ban on texting while driving. It still needs the Gov. signature…- drivers will still be able to text …on a handheld device…when stopped at a red light or stop sign./ South Carolina will be the 49th state to adopt a law on texting.The ban would supersede at least 19 local ordinances that vary by city, creating consistency across South Carolina.
SC - Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell plans to resign his office this week.., rather than wait until the Legislature wraps up its work in two weeks- In turn, . Sen. John Courson … resigned his position as leader of the South Carolina Senate,… saying he will not be forced to become lieutenant governor when mcconnell leaves.
Authorities say at least 24 people have been injured in a five-alarm fire raging on Staten Island. The 14 of the injured are firefighters.. and 10 are civilians with none life-threatening. ....200 firefighters are on the scene ...battling the blaze that's consumed two residential buildings... in the Rosebank neighborhood.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's hometown has abruptly canceled plans Wednesday for a welcome-home celebration following the soldier's release by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Hailey, Idaho officials cite security concerns. The town has been swamped with hate mail and angry calls over Bergdahl, whose release after five years of Taliban captivity has touched off a debate over whether he should be given a hero's welcome or punished as a deserter. Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban after walking away from his unit, unarmed.
How about this very a really big hug? More than 2,000 people are gathering in a park in Nepal's capital in a bid to set the record for the largest tree hug. Some of those taking part are members of Parliament, students and Buddhist monks. They say they're celebrating World Environment Day by spreading awareness about the importance of trees.