Sean Mullis of Charlotte was sentenced to 30 months in prison Thursday for selling $20 worth of heroin to Ashley Barnette, daughter of York County magistrate judge. Ashley Barnette died of a drug overdose.
S.C. Highway patrolmen Phillip Harrell and James Reap pushed Autumn Love’s car - and her - out of rush hour traffic Wednesday morning in Rock Hill, South Carolina at a time when Love thought she was stranded and in danger.
Gregory’s Marine and RVs most of the year handles boats and campers and more, but during the holidays its work bay is tuned into Santa’s workshop to assemble and store toys for needy children in York County, South Carolina.
James McCurkin and Ray Degraffenreid are now on parole after 39 years in prison for the 1973 killing of Claude Killian in Chester. Police now say the two men did not commit the crime. Lawyers and families for both men are seeking exoneration, but those who knew Killian are reeling after they believed for four decades that the killers were caught.
Ray Degraffenried, 61, was paroled Tuesday, 39 years after he was convicted for the 1973 killing of a Chester clerk. Chester police now say Degraffenreid and another man, also recently paroled, are innocent of the crime.
Jason Ray Grant avoided prison Monday after admitting he had a drug problem. A year ago he left four children in a vehicle where a gun and amunition were stored while he stayed in a store bathroom for hours.
Ray Charles Degraffenreid, 61, is up for parole Tuesday for his conviction for the 1973 killing of Claude Killian in Chester. A co-defendant, Jaes McCurkin, was freed already after police said the men did not commit the crime.
James Robert McClurkin of Chester, South Carolina was released from prison on parole last week, 39 years after he was convicted for the 1973 killing of a Chester man. Now McClurkin, police and lawyers say he did not commit that crime.
Sadie Gayton, 64, a crossing guard, custodian and cafeteria workers at Ebinport Elementary School in Rock Hill, South Carolina, won an Upstate crossing guard honor. She was given a parade through the hundreds of school students.
Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney explains how his faith in Jesus Christ affects his daily life, saying "I know I'm going to meet Him one day and He's not going to pat me on the back and tell me how many wins I had.'