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    Liquid Found In Purse Claimed As Urine Tests Positive For Meth

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    Deputies in Spartanburg say they have charged a woman with possession of meth after they say she had a prescription bottle with a liquid substance inside that tested positive for meth on July 23rd. More>>

    “Choke Holds” Considered A “Last Resort” In South Carolina

    Cell phone video captured of a New York arrest is raising more questions about police force. Cell phone video captured of a New York arrest is raising more questions about police force.
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    Cell phone video captured of a New York arrest is raising more questions about police force.The latest footage surfaced Thursday, but it was shot days before another incident involving a so-called "choke hold" that turned deadly. More>>

    Greenville Deputies Fired After Federal Gambling Investigation Video included

    Two Greenville County deputies were fired in connection with federal gambling investigation. Two Greenville County deputies were fired in connection with federal gambling investigation.
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    Greenville County Sheriff Steve Loftis confirms two deputies were fired because of information related to a federal gambling investigation. More>>

    Panthers' Season Kicks Off With Fan Fest On July 25th

    The Panthers will host this year's fan fest on July 25th, with the gates opening at 5 pm. The Panthers will host this year's fan fest on July 25th, with the gates opening at 5 pm.
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    Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte will host the Carolina Panthers’ first preseason practice on Friday evening with free admission. More>>

    Report: Under Armour Considering Spartanburg For Distribution Hub

    A new distribution center may have Spartanburg on its short list for possible destinations. A new distribution center may have Spartanburg on its short list for possible destinations.
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    The Hub City is in the running for Under Armour’s next distribution center, according to our coverage partner the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. More>>

    Man Found Guilty Of Attempted Murder In Taco Bell Shooting

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    The 7th Circuit Solicitor's Office says that a Spartanburg man received a 30-year prison sentence for shooting a person in a Taco Bell parking lot in 2013. More>>

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    • Woman impales herself on cemetery fence; says she was running from attacker

      Woman impales herself on cemetery fence; says she was running from attacker

      Wednesday, July 23 2014 2:53 PM EDT2014-07-23 18:53:18 GMT
      A woman claims she was running from an attacker and tried to jump a five foot fence when she became impaled. Firefighters had to use power saws and a grinding saw to cut her free, all while she was conscious. After 30 minutes she was transported to an area hospital for surgery to remove the spike sticking out of her thigh. It happened at Vine Cemetery in Hazleton. She said the nearest gate was locked. Witnesses backed...
      A woman claims she was running from an attacker and tried to jump a five foot fence when she became impaled. Firefighters had to use power saws and a grinding saw to cut her free, all while she was conscious. After 30 minutes she was transported to an area hospital for surgery to remove the spike sticking out of her thigh. It happened at Vine Cemetery in Hazleton. She said the nearest gate was locked. Witnesses backed...
    • Mysterious "woman in black" spotted in Tennessee

      Mysterious "woman in black" spotted in Tennessee

      A mysterious figure is capturing the attention of social media. She's been nicknamed "the woman in black" and she's been spotted in different parts of east Tennessee including Madisonville, Athens, Sweetwater and now Morgan County.
      A mysterious figure is capturing the attention of social media. She's been nicknamed "the woman in black" and she's been spotted in different parts of east Tennessee including Madisonville, Athens, Sweetwater and now Morgan County.
    • Sheriff's Office showcases "Faces of Meth" program as a lesson to all

      Sheriff's Office showcases "Faces of Meth" program as a lesson to all

      Monday, July 21 2014 11:33 AM EDT2014-07-21 15:33:26 GMT
      Faces of Meth™ is a project of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office in Oregon. This project began when a deputy in the Corrections Division Classification Unit, Deputy Bret King, put together mug shots of persons booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center. Deputy King worked with his co-workers in the Classification Unit to identify people who had been in custody more than once. He then worked to verify criminal records and files to determine and assure a history of methamphetamine re...
      Faces of Meth™ is a project of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office in Oregon. This project began when a deputy in the Corrections Division Classification Unit, Deputy Bret King, put together mug shots of persons booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center. Deputy King worked with his co-workers in the Classification Unit to identify people who had been in custody more than once. He then worked to verify criminal records and files to determine and assure a history of methamphetamine re...
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    • Anderson Dist. 5 Adds Sales Tax Referendum To Nov. Ballot

      Anderson Dist. 5 Adds Sales Tax Referendum To Nov. Ballot

      Thursday, July 24 2014 4:57 PM EDT2014-07-24 20:57:05 GMT
      District 5 Approves Sales Tax Referendum For November BallotDistrict 5 Approves Sales Tax Referendum For November Ballot
      Anderson School District 5 voted to add a sales tax referendum to the November election ballot. The referendum will ask you whether you want to raise the sales tax 1% to pay for schools. In District 5, 20% of the money collected would help pay off some of the district's bonds and lower property taxes. District 5 is also asking voters to approve a $60 million bond.
      Anderson School District 5 voted to add a sales tax referendum to the November election ballot. The referendum will ask you whether you want to raise the sales tax 1% to pay for schools. In District 5, 20% of the money collected would help pay off some of the district's bonds and lower property taxes. District 5 is also asking voters to approve a $60 million bond.
    • “Choke Holds” Considered A “Last Resort” In South Carolina

      “Choke Holds” Considered A “Last Resort” In South Carolina

      Thursday, July 24 2014 4:47 PM EDT2014-07-24 20:47:53 GMT
      Cell phone video captured of a New York arrest is raising more questions about police force.Cell phone video captured of a New York arrest is raising more questions about police force.
      Cell phone video captured of a New York arrest is raising more questions about police force.The latest footage surfaced Thursday, but it was shot days before another incident involving a so-called "choke hold" that turned deadly.
      Cell phone video captured of a New York arrest is raising more questions about police force.The latest footage surfaced Thursday, but it was shot days before another incident involving a so-called "choke hold" that turned deadly.
    • Greenville Co. Same-Sex Couples Plan to Apply for Marriage Licenses

      Greenville Co. Same-Sex Couples Plan to Apply for Marriage Licenses

      Thursday, July 24 2014 12:23 PM EDT2014-07-24 16:23:48 GMT
      Half a dozen same-sex couples plan to apply for marriage licenses in Greenville County next week as part of the WE DO campaign.
      Half a dozen same-sex couples plan to apply for marriage licenses in Greenville County next week as part of the WE DO campaign.
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    • Deputies: Shoplifter Tried To Sell Clothes Near Store

      Deputies: Shoplifter Tried To Sell Clothes Near Store

      Thursday, July 24 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-07-24 14:46:50 GMT
      Kenshuwn GoodKenshuwn Good
      Spartanburg County deputies arrested a man who they say stole clothes from one store and tried to sell them to a used clothing store across the parking lot. The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office arrested Kenshuwn Good and charged him with shoplifting Wednesday at a Kohl's store on Franklin Avenue.
      Spartanburg County deputies arrested a man who they say stole clothes from one store and tried to sell them to a used clothing store across the parking lot. The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office arrested Kenshuwn Good and charged him with shoplifting Wednesday at a Kohl's store on Franklin Avenue.
    • Man Arrested In Thomasville Standoff

      Man Arrested In Thomasville Standoff

      Thursday, July 24 2014 10:00 AM EDT2014-07-24 14:00:09 GMT
      Police in Thomasville who arrested a man after a standoff say he's the same man seen in a video in Charlotte riding on top of his girlfriend's car on Interstate 77. Twenty-two-year-old Rakeem Nishan Leverett of Lexington was arrested around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on charges of assault, larceny and resisting arrest.
      Police in Thomasville who arrested a man after a standoff say he's the same man seen in a video in Charlotte riding on top of his girlfriend's car on Interstate 77. Twenty-two-year-old Rakeem Nishan Leverett of Lexington was arrested around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on charges of assault, larceny and resisting arrest.
    • Spartanburg Police: 2 Charged, 1 Arrested In Bank Robbery

      Spartanburg Police: 2 Charged, 1 Arrested In Bank Robbery

      Thursday, July 24 2014 9:29 AM EDT2014-07-24 13:29:03 GMT
      Courtesy: Spartanburg PoliceCourtesy: Spartanburg Police
      Spartanburg Police are looking for the man who robbed the Wells Fargo Bank on W.O. Ezell Boulevard Monday.
      Spartanburg Police are looking for the man who robbed the Wells Fargo Bank on W.O. Ezell Boulevard Monday.
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