Whoever put googly eyes on Nathaniel Greene’s statue in Johnson Square remains a mystery. But the City of Savannah, along with Savannah Police, say they are determined to find out who vandalized the historic monument.
We often interact with men and women we may not be aware have been instrumental in serving our country. As we continue our Year of the Veteran coverage, I want to introduce you to two doctors who started their medical careers serving in the military.
Sheriff's deputies in Florida responded to the home of Jared Coburn, 37, on Tuesday, according to the office's Facebook post. Officers found jars of triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, a highly volatile white crystalline powder.
A Midlands mom is heartbroken after learning new information regarding her daughter who was found dead inside a home on Whispering Pines Road Wednesday night, in what the coroner calls an “apparent assault.”
More than 8,000 firefighters statewide were battling wildfires that destroyed more than 7,000 structures and killed more than 40 people, with the flames feeding on dry brush and driven by strong winds.
A story of a botched assassination will be part of an epic tale told in a tightly secured New York City courtroom starting Tuesday as prosecutors and defense lawyers make their opening statements in Guzman's long-awaited U.S. trial.
State law requires a machine recount in races where the margin is less than 0.5 percentage points. In the Senate race, Rick Scott's lead over incumbent Bill Nelson was 0.14 percentage points. In the governor's race, unofficial results showed GOP's Ron DeSantis ahead of Andrew Gillum by 0.41 points.
The heads of six charter schools will testify before an Ad Hoc committee of lawmakers Tuesday after questions began to swirl around the transfer of ten schools from one charter “authorizer” – or district – to another. One of those schools is giving WIS an insider's look at the major transfer.
According to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, Boykins is a 3-year-old African American female, approximately 3 feet 10 inches tall, weighing 30 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes.
SCANA CEO Jimmy Addison taking the stand for another day of testimony in the Public Service Commission hearing regarding what will happen moving forward after the abandonment of the VC Summer nuclear expansion project.