State health officials say 100 people have died from flu in North Carolina this season. More>>
The colder than usual winter may have helped save the apple crop in western North Carolina. More>>
A Georgia man who was found guilty but mentally ill after prosecutors say he threatened to kill and eat a judge's children has been sentenced to prison. More>>
Spartanburg County emergency responders were called to a submerged vehicle on Thursday night in Boiling Springs.
The Peace Center for Performing Arts announced the American Idol Live! tour will be coming this summer to downtown Greenville. More>>
Dozens of graduates walked down the aisle of an auditorium at Spartanburg Community College Thursday night to receive their GED's and one soldier stood anxiously backstage to surprise his mother. More>>
The coroner is investigating a fatal crash that happened early Friday morning in Greenville. More>>
This weekend marks a sad six-year anniversary for one Upstate family still searching for answers in the suspicious death of their loved one. More>>
A South Carolina rabbi says the treatment of Jews in Ukraine by Russian separatists reminds him of the treatment that led up to the Holocaust. More>>
A woman was accidentally shot and killed by a child in Easley on Thursday afternoon, Maj. Tim Tollison confirmed to FOX Carolina. More>>
"You are beautiful" are three simple words that together have formed a worldwide movement to inspire self-confidence. This semester, Upstate art students got in on it. More>>
U.S. Attorney Eric Holder said the two Jewish community shootings have cast a pall over the nation, and that Americans must stand united in the face of hate-fueled violence. More>>
K-9 units are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery in Anderson on Thursday night, Lt. David Cramer told FOX Carolina News.
We are currently tracking the development of a low pressure system that can bring some moisture to the Carolinas for Friday evening and Saturday morning. The timing and abundance of rain we receive will More>>
The Buncombe County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a company they said is misrepresenting their role in school fundraisers.