It does not take long for towns to start decking the halls in time for the holidays after Thanksgiving. More>>
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SLED director Mark Keel made his request for a $15 million increase to a House subcommittee Wednesday. More>>
Gov. Nikki Haley's husband is going to be home for the holidays, returning with his South Carolina Army National Guard unit from Afghanistan. More>>
A Fountain Inn man has been charged with murder after deputies found him and another man shot at a home in Enoree in late October, according to the Laurens County Sheriff's Office.
An Upstate dog owner could not be more excited that his pup is safe at home she waited two days to be rescued from a cliff at Table Rock. More>>
A Laurens County woman mourns the loss of her granddaughter again after the convictions for the accused killer was overturned by the state's high court this week.
A call from a student who spotted a man wearing a gun holster on an American University shuttle bus prompted a lockdown of the campus for nearly an hour-and-a-half Wednesday night, police said. More>>
New York City has joined New Jersey and Connecticut in requiring flu shots for children under the age of 6, with very few exceptions, and the mandate is sparking debate among many nationwide, including the Carolinas. More>>
An Asheville man has been charged after a woman was beaten and sexually assaulted by a man claiming to be a "mob boss," according to Sgt. Dave Romick of the Asheville Police Department.
More unseasonably cold air is in store for the morning commute on Thursday. More>>
An Upstate manufacturing company is expanding its local facility and adding 45 jobs to the area. Flame Spray North America makes a thermal spray coating.
A 15-year-old girl from Greer is back home on Wednesday night after she was reported missing earlier in the week, her mother told FOX Carolina. More>>
A man chasing his estranged wife's car led to an accident that sent him to the hospital on Wednesday, according to Kevin Bobo of the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office.
Hundreds of Santas hit the ski slopes, tens of thousands of video lights shine and a dog volunteers for charity as Americans get into the spirit.