|Fauci cautions that a COVID-19 vaccine won't eliminate the need for masks and public health measures|
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday that even an effective COVID-19 vaccine won't replace the need for other public health measures, such as wearing a mask, social distancing and washing hands.
|Video: Suspect escapes courthouse during sentencing; officer injured|
A man being sentenced on drug charges escaped a courtroom Tuesday after sprinting away.
|Police declare unlawful assembly in Louisville, Kentucky, after windows shattered|
The order came as people stayed out after a 9 p.m. curfew.
|Black Lives Matter holds rally in Greenville, demands justice for Breonna Taylor|
Black Lives Matter supporters met outside the Peace Center
|President Trump announces America First Healthcare Plan in Charlotte|
President Donald Trump signed Executive Orders Thursday aimed at securing health insurance for patients with pre-existing conditions and preventing surprise hospital bills.
|2 people intentionally hit by driver at Belton apartment complex, deputies say|
Two people were hospitalized Thursday after deputies said they were intentionally hit by a driver, according to the Anderson County Sheriff's Office.
|Pac-12 to kick off 7-game football season in early November|
The Pac-12 has decided to play football this fall, reversing an earlier decision to postpone the season due to COVID-19.
|Dianne Feinstein's husband named in university admissions scandal|
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinsteins husband, University of California Regent Richard Blum, has been named by the state auditor's office as one of the people involved in an admissions scandal where the college system wrongly admitted dozens of wealthy, mostly white students as favors to well-connected people.
|New Jersey police arrest man with 500 bags of heroin after making drug deal while 2-year-old daughter in car|
Atlantic City police say a man was arrested with 500 bags of heroin after being caught making a drug deal while his 2-year-old daughter was in his car. The incident happened Wednesday shortly after noon.
|Upstate girl reveals sexual abuse after what she learned in health class, deputies say|
Kong Yiayengva is charged with five counts of second-degree criminal sexual misconduct
|Community event to help you check off your to do list|
Community event to help you check off your to do list
|9-year-old child finds gun in vehicle, accidentally shoots himself, police say|
A 9-year-old child was rushed to the hospital Thursday afternoon after an apparent accident while playing with a gun, according to the Greenwood Police Department.
|Teams kick off the first week of high school football in South Carolina|
High school football teams around our area take the field Friday night for the first official week of the 2020 high school football season.
|COVID-19 leads to poll worker shortage; First time poll workers training for November|
Due to COVID-19 health concerns, many experienced poll workers, many of which are older, are deciding not to participate in the upcoming November election to protect themselves and their families.
|President Trump: Millions of Medicare beneficiaries to receive $200 card to pay for prescriptions|
According to President Donald Trump, 33 million Medicare beneficiaries will soon receive the card in the mail containing $200.
|Man airlifted to the hospital after being shot in the head, deputies say|
JT Foster, with the Anderson County Sheriff's Office, said around 2 p.m., deputies responded to an address on Airline Road for a shooting.
|Feds put inmate to death, seventh since execution restart|
He shot Todd and Stacie Bagley when he was 19 years old.
|Students show support to children with cancer including classmate|
Inside Holly Springs-Motlow Elementary School on Thursday you'd find an array of hats being worn.
|President Trump in Charlotte for White House health care event Thursday|
President Trump was in Charlotte Thursday for a White House event.
|Calls grow for Kentucky AG to release evidence in Breonna Taylor case|
"We ought to be able to see the evidence and see the facts that led to that conclusion," Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said.