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    Mother Charged After Allegedly Leaving Child In Car

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    A mother in Union has been arrested after police say she left her 16 month old child in a car by itself on July 30th. More>>

    Flooding Possible Across Upstate, WNC Thursday

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    The 24/7 Weather Team says isolated showers will continue Thursday with highs in the upper 70s in the Upstate and mid-70s for the mountains. More>>

    Lab Tests Reveal Upstate Water Quality Video included

    Analysis of lab testing in three Upstate water districts shows whether your tap water is safe. Analysis of lab testing in three Upstate water districts shows whether your tap water is safe.
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    Tens of thousands of people couldn't live without the water Lake Hartwell provides. But the lake's water isn't always pure and some customers worry the water from their tap isn't safe.  More>>

    MUGS: 27 Arrests Made In Greenville Co. Prostitution Sting Video included

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    The operation started July 17 and targeted areas including Old Buncombe Road, Whitehorse Road and hotels in the southern portion of the county, according to sheriff’s office. More>>

    The Law On Leaving Kids Home Alone Video included

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    Recent cases of mothers getting arrested for leaving their children alone while they try to work has stirred debate on affordable child care and when you can legally leave your child home alone.

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    • SC baby found 12 lbs under weight in filth, parents vanish, authorities say

      SC baby found 12 lbs under weight in filth, parents vanish, authorities say

      Wednesday, July 30 2014 10:49 PM EDT2014-07-31 02:49:56 GMT
      Garten and Schultz..Garten and Schultz..
      Authorities are looking for parents of a baby boy who have fled since their house was checked by DSS and baby taken by authorities last week, officials said. On Friday July 25 officers responded to a home on Jesse Round Lane in Colleton County for
      Authorities are looking for parents of a baby boy who have fled since their house was checked by DSS and baby taken by authorities last week, officials said. On Friday July 25 officers responded to a home on Jesse Round Lane in Colleton County for
    • MUGS: 27 Arrests Made In Greenville Co. Prostitution Sting

      MUGS: 27 Arrests Made In Greenville Co. Prostitution Sting

      Wednesday, July 30 2014 4:45 PM EDT2014-07-30 20:45:42 GMT
      The operation started July 17 and targeted areas including Old Buncombe Road, Whitehorse Road and hotels in the southern portion of the county, according to sheriff’s office.
      The operation started July 17 and targeted areas including Old Buncombe Road, Whitehorse Road and hotels in the southern portion of the county, according to sheriff’s office.
    • June Mugshots

      June Mugshots

      Tuesday, June 24 2014 2:59 PM EDT2014-06-24 18:59:08 GMT
      June arrests in Upstate South Carolina and western North Carolina.
      June arrests in Upstate South Carolina and western North Carolina.
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    • Clemson Technology Could Help Monitor For Banned Weapons

      Clemson Technology Could Help Monitor For Banned Weapons

      Thursday, July 31 2014 3:14 PM EDT2014-07-31 19:14:52 GMT
       Clemson Technology Could Help Monitor For Banned Weapons Clemson Technology Could Help Monitor For Banned Weapons
      A professor says new technology under development at Clemson University could help inspectors determine whether nations have violated international treaties by allowing work with chemicals that are used in banned weapons.
      A professor says new technology under development at Clemson University could help inspectors determine whether nations have violated international treaties by allowing work with chemicals that are used in banned weapons.
    • Anderson University Hosts Learning Conference

      Anderson University Hosts Learning Conference

      Thursday, July 31 2014 2:05 PM EDT2014-07-31 18:05:49 GMT
      AU Hosts Education ConferenceAU Hosts Education Conference
      Anderson University is hosting 40 teachers from four upstate school districts for a mobile learning conference. The conference, held today on the university campus will teach educators how to use devices like the iPad to transform the learning experience for South Carolina children. Anderson University has learned that using mobile technology creates a more engaging classroom for students. It also helps them retain more of what they study. The conference will also help teachers learn how to u...
      Anderson University is hosting 40 teachers from four upstate school districts for a mobile learning conference. The conference, held today on the university campus will teach educators how to use devices like the iPad to transform the learning experience for South Carolina children. Anderson University has learned that using mobile technology creates a more engaging classroom for students. It also helps them retain more of what they study. The conference will also help teachers learn how to u...
    • Truck Hit Green Link Bus, Crashes Into Building, Flees Scene

      Truck Hit Green Link Bus, Crashes Into Building, Flees Scene

      Thursday, July 31 2014 1:31 PM EDT2014-07-31 17:31:51 GMT
      Troopers say debris was apparently on the hood of the truck when the suspect fled and most of it fell off into the roadway.Troopers say debris was apparently on the hood of the truck when the suspect fled and most of it fell off into the roadway.
      The Highway Patrol is investigating an accident in Powdersville after a truck hit a Green Link bus on Highway 153, wrecked into a building, and then the truck driver fled the scene.
      The Highway Patrol is investigating an accident in Powdersville after a truck hit a Green Link bus on Highway 153, wrecked into a building, and then the truck driver fled the scene.
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    • Greenville Police Search For Forgery Suspect

      Greenville Police Search For Forgery Suspect

      Thursday, July 31 2014 1:29 PM EDT2014-07-31 17:29:01 GMT
      Courtesy: Greenville PoliceCourtesy: Greenville Police
      Greenville Police need your help to identify a man they say is suspected of forgery. Investigators released photos of the man from the Publix supermarket on Pelham Road.
      Greenville Police need your help to identify a man they say is suspected of forgery. Investigators released photos of the man from the Publix supermarket on Pelham Road.
    • Suspect Named In Cherokee Co. Club Shooting That Left 5 Injured

      Suspect Named In Cherokee Co. Club Shooting That Left 5 Injured

      Thursday, July 31 2014 12:00 AM EDT2014-07-31 04:00:39 GMT
      Photo courtesy Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. Photo courtesy Cherokee County Sheriff's Office.

      Calvin Jerrod Lindsay has been named by the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office as a suspect in the nightclub shooting that happened on July 13th.

      Calvin Jerrod Lindsay has been named by the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office as a suspect in the nightclub shooting that happened on July 13th.

    • Sheriff: Two Fired Deputies Only Ones Involved In FBI Gambling Case

      Sheriff: Two Fired Deputies Only Ones Involved In FBI Gambling Case

      Wednesday, July 30 2014 7:00 PM EDT2014-07-30 23:00:16 GMT
      "The only two people that I know are involved have already been terminated and the evidence against them has been turned over to the solicitors office for review," Loftis said.
      "The only two people that I know are involved have already been terminated and the evidence against them has been turned over to the solicitors office for review," Loftis said.
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    • Truck Hit Green Link Bus, Crashes Into Building, Flees Scene

      Truck Hit Green Link Bus, Crashes Into Building, Flees Scene

      Thursday, July 31 2014 1:31 PM EDT2014-07-31 17:31:51 GMT
      Troopers say debris was apparently on the hood of the truck when the suspect fled and most of it fell off into the roadway.Troopers say debris was apparently on the hood of the truck when the suspect fled and most of it fell off into the roadway.
      The Highway Patrol is investigating an accident in Powdersville after a truck hit a Green Link bus on Highway 153, wrecked into a building, and then the truck driver fled the scene.
      The Highway Patrol is investigating an accident in Powdersville after a truck hit a Green Link bus on Highway 153, wrecked into a building, and then the truck driver fled the scene.
    • Wreck Involving 18-wheeler On I-385N In Laurens Co.

      Wreck Involving 18-wheeler On I-385N In Laurens Co.

      Wednesday, July 30 2014 5:42 PM EDT2014-07-30 21:42:18 GMT
      Traffic is moving again after a wreck in Laurens County on Interstate 385 in the northbound lanes. It happened at mile marker 10 near US 221, according to the SC Highway Patrol.
      Traffic is moving again after a wreck in Laurens County on Interstate 385 in the northbound lanes. It happened at mile marker 10 near US 221, according to the SC Highway Patrol.
    • Man Dies One Mile From Home In Anderson County Wreck

      Man Dies One Mile From Home In Anderson County Wreck

      Tuesday, July 22 2014 10:06 PM EDT2014-07-23 02:06:22 GMT
      The driver was heading east on Browns Avenue Extension when their truck ran off the road and struck a tree.The driver was heading east on Browns Avenue Extension when their truck ran off the road and struck a tree.
      The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident in Anderson County after a truck ran off the road and hit a tree Tuesday. 
      The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident in Anderson County after a truck ran off the road and hit a tree Tuesday. 
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