Rock Hill man shot in leg after arguing with ex-wife
A Rock Hill man was shot in the leg Thursday during a domestic dispute with his ex-wife, said Rock Hill Police Lt. Larry Vaughn.
Vaughn said Curtis White, 47, of 1317 Stone Pine Drive was released from the hospital Thursday after he was injured by a gunshot wound to his right leg Thursday morning. Vaughn said White was in an argument with his ex-wife at their shared apartment around 10:30 a.m. when the shot occurred, police said.
"We're still sorting through some forensic evidence. We're trying to figure out if it was an accident or what," Vaughn said. "Right now, it's a he said, she said."
Vaughn said no arrests have been made in the case, but detectives still are investigating if the incident was an accident or a violent act. He said White's injury was not serious.
Chester County homes highlight holiday tour
CHESTER -- The Arts Council of Chester County will present its Holiday Tour from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Homes to be featured are: James and Agnes Love, 390 Love St., McConnells; Ray and Edie Cantrell, 2196 Old York Road, Lowrys; Jeb and Jane Wilson, 2386 Wilson Road, Lowrys; the Lowrys Library; and Zion Presbyterian Church, 2219 The Avenue, Lowrys.
Tickets are $10. For more details, call (803) 581-2030.
Rock Hill woman takes home $1,000 from "Who Wants to be a Millionaire"
Christine Jock of Rock Hill won $1,000 on the syndicated television show, "Who Wants to be a Millionaire," which aired Friday.
Jock, 32, the mother of four girls, advanced to the $25,000 question but lost after incorrectly guessing that the Olduvai Gorge is in Kenya. The correct answer is Tanzania.
She had called her father during the "Phone a friend" lifeline.
Jock made it to the $8,000 question Thursday by correctly saying that the use of smoke is what distinguishes barbecuing from grilling. She used her "ask the audience" lifeline, according to a written statement from the show.
On Friday, for the $16,000 question, she used the 50-50 lifeline to help her correctly identify Capt. America as the comic super hero shot down on the steps of a federal courthouse in New York City in a 2007 issue.
Hosted by Meredith Vieira, "Millionaire" is in its sixth season and recently celebrated its 1,000th episode earlier this month.
Jock's husband, David, was in the audience.