Record number of men seeking warm beds, meals at Rock Hill shelter
The Men's Warming Center in Rock Hill is seeing record numbers of men seeking a hot meal and warm place to sleep. Emily Sutton, pastor for Bethel United Methodist Church for six years, said the number of men staying at the shelter has dramatically
A judge sentenced 19-year-old Shazeem Hayes of Lancaster to eight- and- a- half years in prison Friday for child neglect and a weapon violation. Two-year-old Jacarion Gladden died in July of 2017 after shooting himself with a gun Hayes left a table.
Det. Keith Dugan with the Rock Hill Police Department talks scams and some ways to avoid them. A Winthrop student told police that he paid $1,500 in Walmart gift cards to who he thought was a representative with the Dell Computer Company.
Eight Clover High School student-athletes we’re recognized April 19, 2018 during the school’s spring Signing Day ceremony. They each offered one word that described their emotions on one of the biggest days of their lives.
Former Tega Cay resident Lauren Proctor is probably the best tennis player in Winthrop history. She recently won her third Big South player of the year award in as many years. Here’s how the school has helped her.
A man was shot early Wednesday morning, April 18, 2018, on Bowling Green Drive in the Clover, South Carolina area near the N.C. border, according to the York County Sheriff's office. The victim was taken to the hospital. His condition is unknown.
Officers have captured a York County, SC shooting and kidnapping suspect who crossed the state line into Gaston County, NC Victor Daniel Payne was taken to Gaston Memorial Hospital with an injury to the abdomen.
Former First Lady Barbara Bush died on April 17 just days after she announced that she would stop receiving treatment for her failing health. She’s the second woman to be both wife and mother of a U.S. president.
Kids wearing their Sunday best gathered up their favorite teddy bears and headed to the Come-See-Me Teddy Bear Tea Party on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 in Rock Hill. The tiny partiers drank imaginary tea with Glen and Glenda the frogs and played games.
Five student athletes from Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill, South Carolina, participated in a spring college signing ceremony. The sports they play are lacrosse, volleyball, baseball and basketball. They're taking their game to the next level.