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  • Jolene Byrne Elected as Savannah-Chatham School Board President

    Jolene Byrne Elected as Savannah-Chatham School Board President

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:53 PM EDT2014-07-23 01:53:19 GMT
    Jolene Byrne has won the election for the President of the Savannah-Chatham School Board.Byrne beat Chester Ellis with 73% of the vote. During her results party Byrne thanked the crowd for their support.
    Jolene Byrne has won the election for the President of the Savannah-Chatham School Board.Byrne beat Chester Ellis with 73% of the vote. During her results party Byrne thanked the crowd for their support.
  • Brian Reese Wins Democratic Nomination for House District 1

    Brian Reese Wins Democratic Nomination for House District 1

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:40 PM EDT2014-07-23 01:40:13 GMT
    Brian Reese is running for the democratic spot on November's ballot for U.S. Rep. District 1. He is up against Amy Tavio for the spot. Back in May Tavio has just under 34% of the vote, Reese was the next closest candidate only is seperated from Tavio by about .10 of a percent.
    Brian Reese is running for the democratic spot on November's ballot for U.S. Rep. District 1. He is up against Amy Tavio for the spot. Back in May Tavio has just under 34% of the vote, Reese was the next closest candidate only is seperated from Tavio by about .10 of a percent.
  • Walthourville Police investigating a shooting

    Walthourville Police investigating a shooting

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:50 PM EDT2014-07-23 00:50:29 GMT
    Walthourville Police say a man was shot in Hillary Park shortly before 7 pm Tuesday night. Police say he was taken to the Liberty Regional Medical Center in Hinesville.
    Walthourville Police say a man was shot in Hillary Park shortly before 7 pm Tuesday night. Police say he was taken to the Liberty Regional Medical Center in Hinesville.
  • UPDATE: Jack Kingston Supporters Gather in Atlanta

    UPDATE: Jack Kingston Supporters Gather in Atlanta

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:08 PM EDT2014-07-23 00:08:57 GMT
    U.S. Rep Jack Kingston is in Atlanta today, greeting voters as they head to the polls. The Republican is running for the U.S Senate nominee after a bruising nine-week runoff.Voters are deciding between Kingston and businessman David Perdue. The winner will compete against Democrat Michelle Nunn for a seat Republicans can ill afford to lose as they look to take control of the Senate.The closely watched campaign has been shaped largely by each candidate's personal history rather than the issues...
    U.S. Rep Jack Kingston is in Atlanta today, greeting voters as they head to the polls. The Republican is running for the U.S Senate nominee after a bruising nine-week runoff.Voters are deciding between Kingston and businessman David Perdue. The winner will compete against Democrat Michelle Nunn for a seat Republicans can ill afford to lose as they look to take control of the Senate.The closely watched campaign has been shaped largely by each candidate's personal history rather than the issues...
  • UPDATE: Johnson Supporters Gather for Election Results

    UPDATE: Johnson Supporters Gather for Election Results

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:51 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:51:25 GMT
    Ortiz Gun Shop is one of Dr. Bob Johnson's Campaign stops on election day. Dr.  Johnson is a gun collector and says Ortiz is a long-time friend.  Ortiz Gun Shop is one of Dr. Bob Johnson's Campaign stops on election day. Dr. Johnson is a gun collector and says Ortiz is a long-time friend.
    Dr. Bob Johnson is spending a busy day campaigning as voters head to the polls. Meet and greets at nearly a dozen stops around Savannah include diners, door to door visits and gun shops. Dr. Johnson says he's very confident as the hours wind down to polls closing. One voter he spoke with at The Exchange Club on Waters Avenue was impressed by the one-on-one contact. He says he hadn't made a final decision on who to vote for when he heads to the polls later today - but the personal greeting fro...
    Dr. Bob Johnson is spending a busy day campaigning as voters head to the polls. Meet and greets at nearly a dozen stops around Savannah include diners, door to door visits and gun shops. Dr. Johnson says he's very confident as the hours wind down to polls closing. One voter he spoke with at The Exchange Club on Waters Avenue was impressed by the one-on-one contact. He says he hadn't made a final decision on who to vote for when he heads to the polls later today - but the personal greeting fro...
  • UPDATE: Buddy Carter Arrives at Campaign Party

    UPDATE: Buddy Carter Arrives at Campaign Party

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:35 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:35:20 GMT
    State Senator Buddy Carter is still shaking hands at this hour as he works to get out the vote. Carter is running for the republican nomination for 1st district congressman. It's the seat being vacated by Jack Kingston. Carter is hopeful he will come out on top saying he is the true conservative in this race. His primary opponent Dr. Bob Johnson says Carter is just a career politician. Carter says he is hopeful that he will be campaigning again tomorrow as the nominee and formulating his ...
    State Senator Buddy Carter is still shaking hands at this hour as he works to get out the vote. Carter is running for the republican nomination for 1st district congressman. It's the seat being vacated by Jack Kingston. Carter is hopeful he will come out on top saying he is the true conservative in this race. His primary opponent Dr. Bob Johnson says Carter is just a career politician. Carter says he is hopeful that he will be campaigning again tomorrow as the nominee and formulating his ...
  • DEVELOPING: Shooting Investigation Underway on Capital St.

    DEVELOPING: Shooting Investigation Underway on Capital St.

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:30 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:30:54 GMT
    Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are on the scene of a shooting on Capital Avenue in Savannah. WSAV has a crew on the scene and will bring you more details as soon as they become available.
    Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are on the scene of a shooting on Capital Avenue in Savannah. WSAV has a crew on the scene and will bring you more details as soon as they become available.
  • WATCH LIVE: WSAV 2014 GA Primary Runoff Coverage

    WATCH LIVE: WSAV 2014 GA Primary Runoff Coverage

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:02 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:02:22 GMT
    WSAV will be airing several election cut-in's. They are set for 8pm, 830pm, 9pm and 930pm. They will air here as well as on TV on MyLC.
    WSAV will be airing several election cut-in's. They are set for 8pm, 830pm, 9pm and 930pm. They will air here as well as on TV on MyLC.
  • Jack Kingston's Family Shares Thoughts on Campaign

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 6:43 PM EDT2014-07-22 22:43:08 GMT
    It's taken an extra two months and a couple millions dollars worth of trips, signs and ads, but the republican nomination for U.S. Senate will be determined on Tuesday night. Will it be Jack Kingston or David Perdue? Kingston's supporters have gathered at the Georgia Tech Convention Center and Hotel, including his family. Three of his four children are at the convention center to show their support and wave a few signs. They say it's a stressful day, but one they want to share with their fath...
    It's taken an extra two months and a couple millions dollars worth of trips, signs and ads, but the republican nomination for U.S. Senate will be determined on Tuesday night. Will it be Jack Kingston or David Perdue? Kingston's supporters have gathered at the Georgia Tech Convention Center and Hotel, including his family. Three of his four children are at the convention center to show their support and wave a few signs. They say it's a stressful day, but one they want to share with their fath...
  • Savannah Police Search for Homicide Suspect

    Savannah Police Search for Homicide Suspect

    Detectives with the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department are asking for the public's help to locate a man wanted on charges of murder and aggravated assault.Thirty-eight-year-old Leonardo Lamont "Scoochie" Anderson is charged in the shootings of Arkeen Abron and Showkey Barnes on Seiler Avenue on July 18th. Abron was killed; Barnes is recovering.Anderson is described as 5' 8" and 190 pounds. He has an extensive criminal history and is considered armed and dangerous. Anderson is known to f...
    Detectives with the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department are asking for the public's help to locate a man wanted on charges of murder and aggravated assault.Thirty-eight-year-old Leonardo Lamont "Scoochie" Anderson is charged in the shootings of Arkeen Abron and Showkey Barnes on Seiler Avenue on July 18th. Abron was killed; Barnes is recovering.Anderson is described as 5' 8" and 190 pounds. He has an extensive criminal history and is considered armed and dangerous. Anderson is known to f...
  • BCSO Searching for Assault and Battery Suspect

    BCSO Searching for Assault and Battery Suspect

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:13 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:13:18 GMT
    Anthony Clint Grant Jr. Anthony Clint Grant Jr.
    The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office says they are searching for Anthony Clinton Grant Jr. on outstanding warrants. The sheriff's department says he is wanted for assault and battery in the 2nd degree by a mob. The department says Grant is known to frequent the Hardeeville area and Oyster Lane on Hilton Head Island. He may be with his girlfriend.The department warns the public that Grant is known to carry a gun and may be armed. To report a crime, call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC or text ...
    The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office says they are searching for Anthony Clinton Grant Jr. on outstanding warrants. The sheriff's department says he is wanted for assault and battery in the 2nd degree by a mob. The department says Grant is known to frequent the Hardeeville area and Oyster Lane on Hilton Head Island. He may be with his girlfriend.The department warns the public that Grant is known to carry a gun and may be armed. To report a crime, call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC or text ...
  • Medient Studios sued by former Savannah Film Director

    Medient Studios sued by former Savannah Film Director

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:09 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:09:33 GMT
    Former Savannah Film Commission Director Jay SelfFormer Savannah Film Commission Director Jay Self
    Jay Self, former Director of the Savannah Film Office, is now suing the company that's trying to build a studio complex in Effingham County.
    Jay Self, former Director of the Savannah Film Office, is now suing the company that's trying to build a studio complex in Effingham County.
  • VIDEO: 8-year-old Completes Mini Triathlon with Disabled Brother

    VIDEO: 8-year-old Completes Mini Triathlon with Disabled Brother

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 3:28 PM EDT2014-07-22 19:28:23 GMT
    (KTVB) 6-year-old Lucas Aldrich has a rare neurological condition called lissencephaly. It means he'll never walk, talk, or eat on his own.But, Lucas' loving parents are dedicated to making sure he has the best life possible. His 8-year-old brother Noah is his best friend."They definitely have a special bond, the two of them," said dad Brian. "You see Lucas light up so much when Noah enters the room. It just brings a smile to your face when you see the love between the boys.""I like everythin...
    (KTVB) 6-year-old Lucas Aldrich has a rare neurological condition called lissencephaly. It means he'll never walk, talk, or eat on his own.But, Lucas' loving parents are dedicated to making sure he has the best life possible. His 8-year-old brother Noah is his best friend."They definitely have a special bond, the two of them," said dad Brian. "You see Lucas light up so much when Noah enters the room. It just brings a smile to your face when you see the love between the boys.""I like everythin...
  • Last Minute Campaigning For School Board President

    Last Minute Campaigning For School Board President

    Savannah-Chatham County School Board President Candidates Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis hit the streets today with their signs and waved to drivers. Both candidates say they feel good about their chances. This school board president race started with five candidates. Jolene Byrne, Chester Ellis, Sadie Brown, George Seaborough, and David Simons all wanted the position.During the General Primary in May, Byrne received 40% of the vote and Ellis received 17%. Byrne was supposed to face off with ...
    Savannah-Chatham County School Board President Candidates Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis hit the streets today with their signs and waved to drivers. Both candidates say they feel good about their chances. This school board president race started with five candidates. Jolene Byrne, Chester Ellis, Sadie Brown, George Seaborough, and David Simons all wanted the position.During the General Primary in May, Byrne received 40% of the vote and Ellis received 17%. Byrne was supposed to face off with ...
  • UPDATE: Father Says Son Stopped Him From Killing Alleged Child Abuser

    UPDATE: Father Says Son Stopped Him From Killing Alleged Child Abuser

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 1:29 PM EDT2014-07-22 17:29:14 GMT
    Source: Volusia County CorrectionsSource: Volusia County Corrections
    Police say a Daytona Beach father beat an 18-year-old man unconscious after finding him sexually abusing his son. Authorities say the father called 911 early Friday after he walked in on the alleged abuse. The father told a dispatcher, "I got him in a bloody puddle for you, officer.” When officers arrived they found Raymond Frolander motionless on the living room floor. He had several knots on his face and was bleeding from the mouth. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports the father — who wa...
    Police say a Daytona Beach father beat an 18-year-old man unconscious after finding him sexually abusing his son. Authorities say the father called 911 early Friday after he walked in on the alleged abuse. The father told a dispatcher, "I got him in a bloody puddle for you, officer.” When officers arrived they found Raymond Frolander motionless on the living room floor. He had several knots on his face and was bleeding from the mouth. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports the father — who wa...
  • Senior Citizen Inc. Hosts Annual Summer Angels Service Program

    Senior Citizen Inc. Hosts Annual Summer Angels Service Program

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 11:43 AM EDT2014-07-22 15:43:38 GMT
    : Summer Angel Alex V. plays cards with a senior at the Thunderbolt Neighborhood Center.: Summer Angel Alex V. plays cards with a senior at the Thunderbolt Neighborhood Center.
    The Summer Angels program matches middle-grade students from Savannah with activities that help local seniors in a variety of living situations. Senior Citizens Inc. says participating students will engage in more than 1,000 hours of programming with more than 100 seniors. The camps itinerary includes, yard work, home delivery of meals, craft projects and sing-along sessions.The sessions run through Thursday, July 31st. They are held Tuesday through Thursday from 9am-2pm.
    The Summer Angels program matches middle-grade students from Savannah with activities that help local seniors in a variety of living situations. Senior Citizens Inc. says participating students will engage in more than 1,000 hours of programming with more than 100 seniors. The camps itinerary includes, yard work, home delivery of meals, craft projects and sing-along sessions.The sessions run through Thursday, July 31st. They are held Tuesday through Thursday from 9am-2pm.
  • Police Capture 2 Fugitive Files Suspects

    Police Capture 2 Fugitive Files Suspects

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 10:42 AM EDT2014-07-22 14:42:17 GMT
    Two more Fugitive Files suspects are off the streets. Tyrone Savage was arrested in Raleigh, NC on several warrants. He was also wanted on various charges in Georgia. Authorities say Travis Nease called the sheriff's department and turned himself in after he said he saw himself profiled on Fugitive Files on charges of failure to appear. Both men were profiled during our Fugitive Files Roundup last week. They are the 88th and 89th suspects caught after being profiled on Fugitive Files.
    Two more Fugitive Files suspects are off the streets. Tyrone Savage was arrested in Raleigh, NC on several warrants. He was also wanted on various charges in Georgia. Authorities say Travis Nease called the sheriff's department and turned himself in after he said he saw himself profiled on Fugitive Files on charges of failure to appear. Both men were profiled during our Fugitive Files Roundup last week. They are the 88th and 89th suspects caught after being profiled on Fugitive Files.
  • SCMPD No Longer Looking To Question Woman About Recent Shooting

    SCMPD No Longer Looking To Question Woman About Recent Shooting

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 10:37 AM EDT2014-07-22 14:37:03 GMT
    Sheron Denise Robinson Sheron Denise Robinson
    The Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department says they are looking to question 46-year-old Sheron Denise Robinson in connection to a recent fatal shooting.Police say 31-year-old Travis Rose was shot and killed on June 14th in the parking lot of the Madison Apartments. SCMP say Robinson may have recently relocated to the North Charleston area. She is described as a black female, about 5'5" tall, approximately 200 pounds, with possible twisties in her hair. Anyone with information on the case o...
    The Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department says they are looking to question 46-year-old Sheron Denise Robinson in connection to a recent fatal shooting.Police say 31-year-old Travis Rose was shot and killed on June 14th in the parking lot of the Madison Apartments. SCMP say Robinson may have recently relocated to the North Charleston area. She is described as a black female, about 5'5" tall, approximately 200 pounds, with possible twisties in her hair. Anyone with information on the case o...
  • SCMPD's Mounted Patrol Celebrates 25 Years

    SCMPD's Mounted Patrol Celebrates 25 Years

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 10:08 AM EDT2014-07-22 14:08:11 GMT
    On Tuesday the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department's Mounted Patrol celebrated 25 years of service.The unit was formed by retired Savannah Police Chief David Gellatly in 1988. The unit began with four horses and four riders and has now expanded to six teams.The department says the unit is a great crime prevention asset for the SCMPD. They says they are able to patrol areas that officers in cars are not able to access, see over fences, clear out large crowds of people, and better engage m...
    On Tuesday the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department's Mounted Patrol celebrated 25 years of service.The unit was formed by retired Savannah Police Chief David Gellatly in 1988. The unit began with four horses and four riders and has now expanded to six teams.The department says the unit is a great crime prevention asset for the SCMPD. They says they are able to patrol areas that officers in cars are not able to access, see over fences, clear out large crowds of people, and better engage m...
  • Candid Candidates: Bynes and Ellis Share Human Side

    Candid Candidates: Bynes and Ellis Share Human Side

    WSAV’S Martin Staunton posed four questions to both candidates vying for the presidency of the Chatham County Board of Education. It’s a series of questions not based on policy or political view alone. We posed identical questions to Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis.
    WSAV’S Martin Staunton posed four questions to both candidates vying for the presidency of the Chatham County Board of Education. It’s a series of questions not based on policy or political view alone. We posed identical questions to Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis.

  • Candid Candidates: Byrne & Ellis Share Human Side

    Candid Candidates: Byrne & Ellis Share Human Side

    WSAV’S Martin Staunton posed four questions to both candidates vying for the presidency of the Chatham County Board of Education. It’s a series of questions not based on policy or political view alone. We posed identical questions to Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis.
    WSAV’S Martin Staunton posed four questions to both candidates vying for the presidency of the Chatham County Board of Education. It’s a series of questions not based on policy or political view alone. We posed identical questions to Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis.

  • Candid Candidates: Byrne & Ellis Share Human Side

    Candid Candidates: Byrne & Ellis Share Human Side

    WSAV’S Martin Staunton posed four questions to both candidates vying for the presidency of the Chatham County Board of Education. It’s a series of questions not based on policy or political view alone. We posed identical questions to Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis.
    WSAV’S Martin Staunton posed four questions to both candidates vying for the presidency of the Chatham County Board of Education. It’s a series of questions not based on policy or political view alone. We posed identical questions to Jolene Byrne and Chester Ellis.
  • Top 3 on 3 Stories for Tuesday, July 22

    Top 3 on 3 Stories for Tuesday, July 22

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 8:10 AM EDT2014-07-22 12:10:13 GMT
    These are the top three stories you need to know to start your day.1. Decision 2014 continues today as voters here in the Peach State return to the polls for the Georgia Primary runoff.2. Savannah-Chatham students will be evaluated in a new way. The Common Core Curriculum will be the basis of a new end-of-year state test.3. The Mounted Patrol Unit is celebrating 25 years of service. City and county leaders will gather for an anniversary celebration in Forsyth Park from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
    These are the top three stories you need to know to start your day.1. Decision 2014 continues today as voters here in the Peach State return to the polls for the Georgia Primary runoff.2. Savannah-Chatham students will be evaluated in a new way. The Common Core Curriculum will be the basis of a new end-of-year state test.3. The Mounted Patrol Unit is celebrating 25 years of service. City and county leaders will gather for an anniversary celebration in Forsyth Park from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
  • Our Hometown: Statesboro AMBUCS Hosts Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser

    Our Hometown: Statesboro AMBUCS Hosts Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser

     

  • Our Hometown: Statesboro AMBUCS Hosts Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser

    Our Hometown: Statesboro AMBUCS Hosts Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser

    Here's your chance to help make a difference in the lives of individuals with mobility challenges. The Statesboro chapter of AMBUCS is hosting an Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser and Bike Giveaway this Thursday, July 24 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Clubhouse in Statesboro on Old Register Road.
    Here's your chance to help make a difference in the lives of individuals with mobility challenges. The Statesboro chapter of AMBUCS is hosting an Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser and Bike Giveaway this Thursday, July 24 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Clubhouse in Statesboro on Old Register Road.
  • Coastal Sunrise Birthday and Anniversary Greetings for July 22, 2014

    Coastal Sunrise Birthday and Anniversary Greetings for July 22, 2014

     Here's a look at today's celebrations!

     Here's a look at today's celebrations!

  • Coastal Sunrise Birthday and Anniversary Greetings for July 22, 2014

    Coastal Sunrise Birthday and Anniversary Greetings for July 22, 2014

    Here's a look at today's celebrations!
    Here's a look at today's celebrations!
  • Concealed Weapons Permit Applications Double in 3 Years in S.C.

    Concealed Weapons Permit Applications Double in 3 Years in S.C.

     

  • Concealed Weapons Permit Applications Double in 3 Years in S.C.

    Concealed Weapons Permit Applications Double in 3 Years in S.C.

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 12:18 AM EDT2014-07-22 04:18:00 GMT
    The number of concealed weapons permit applications, or CWPs , has more than doubled in South Carolina over the last three years. Because of the attention on CWPs after new laws in August of last year and February of this year, we took a look at the numbers and what the state is doing to keep guns out of the wrong hands. The new law last August prohibits anyone declared by a judge to be mentally unfit from buying a gun, and reports those court rulings to the National Instant Background Chec...
    The number of concealed weapons permit applications, or CWPs , has more than doubled in South Carolina over the last three years. Because of the attention on CWPs after new laws in August of last year and February of this year, we took a look at the numbers and what the state is doing to keep guns out of the wrong hands. The new law last August prohibits anyone declared by a judge to be mentally unfit from buying a gun, and reports those court rulings to the National Instant Background Chec...
  • Flooding

    Flooding

     

  • SCCPSS Gets Ready For New Benchmark Test Aligned With Common Core

    SCCPSS Gets Ready For New Benchmark Test Aligned With Common Core

     

  • Lightning Sparks Small House Fire

    Lightning Sparks Small House Fire

    Monday, July 21 2014 9:51 PM EDT2014-07-22 01:51:54 GMT
    Heavy rains and flooding weren't the only problems emergency crews had to deal with around Savannah.
    Heavy rains and flooding weren't the only problems emergency crews had to deal with around Savannah.
  • SCCPSS Gets Ready For New Benchmark Test Aligned With Common Core

    SCCPSS Gets Ready For New Benchmark Test Aligned With Common Core

    Monday, July 21 2014 9:42 PM EDT2014-07-22 01:42:48 GMT
    School is right around the corner for Savannah-Chatham students. This year, students will be evaluated in a new way. The Common Core curriculum, which has been hotly debated over the last few years, will be the basis of a new end of year state test. The CRCT and the EOCT are out and the Georgia Milestone Assessment System or GMAS is here. This test will require more critical thinking skills and writing. "It will require perhaps more skill for students in terms of writing extended response...
    School is right around the corner for Savannah-Chatham students. This year, students will be evaluated in a new way. The Common Core curriculum, which has been hotly debated over the last few years, will be the basis of a new end of year state test. The CRCT and the EOCT are out and the Georgia Milestone Assessment System or GMAS is here. This test will require more critical thinking skills and writing. "It will require perhaps more skill for students in terms of writing extended response...
  • Health Officials: Keep Fighting to Control Mosquitoes

    Health Officials: Keep Fighting to Control Mosquitoes

    Monday, July 21 2014 8:57 PM EDT2014-07-22 00:57:11 GMT
    The Coastal Health District is urging Savannah residents to continue taking precautions to reduce the mosquito population.
    The Coastal Health District is urging Savannah residents to continue taking precautions to reduce the mosquito population.
  • First S.C. Bridge Built Using New Money Source Opens

    First S.C. Bridge Built Using New Money Source Opens

    Monday, July 21 2014 8:39 PM EDT2014-07-22 00:39:58 GMT
    The first bridge in South Carolina built using a new source of money is open to traffic, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday. The bridge is on Jumping Branch Road near Blacksburg. It’s the first bridge completed under Act 98, which state lawmakers passed last year as a new source of money for state roads and bridges. It uses some of the money from the sales tax on vehicles, which used to go to the General Fund, and some one-time new money in the budget last year. That money was then used t...
    The first bridge in South Carolina built using a new source of money is open to traffic, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday. The bridge is on Jumping Branch Road near Blacksburg. It’s the first bridge completed under Act 98, which state lawmakers passed last year as a new source of money for state roads and bridges. It uses some of the money from the sales tax on vehicles, which used to go to the General Fund, and some one-time new money in the budget last year. That money was then used t...
  • City Leaders Address Violence

    City Leaders Address Violence

     

  • Researchers spent 26 Hours Studying Local Saltwater Marshes

    Researchers spent 26 Hours Studying Local Saltwater Marshes

    Researchers spent 26 Hours Studying Local Saltwater Marshes

    Georgia has about 100 miles of coastline with up to 500,000 acres of marshes. The State has the second largest amount of salt marshes left in the U.S. That's why a recent experiment may reinforce the importance the marsh plays in the environment.
    Georgia has about 100 miles of coastline with up to 500,000 acres of marshes. The State has the second largest amount of salt marshes left in the U.S. That's why a recent experiment may reinforce the importance the marsh plays in the environment.
  • WEATHER: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding in Coastal Empire

    WEATHER: Heavy Rain Causing Flooding in Coastal Empire

    Monday, July 21 2014 5:59 PM EDT2014-07-21 21:59:51 GMT
    Heavy rain has caused some flooding the Savannah area.Savannah-Chatham Metro Police say the heavy rain caused cars to become trapped at the intersection of E. Lathrop and Louisville Road. The motorists have since been rescued by police.Click here to see a photo gallery and more video of local flooding.
    Heavy rain has caused some flooding the Savannah area.Savannah-Chatham Metro Police say the heavy rain caused cars to become trapped at the intersection of E. Lathrop and Louisville Road. The motorists have since been rescued by police.Click here to see a photo gallery and more video of local flooding.
  • Glynn County Bank Robber Sought

    Glynn County Bank Robber Sought

    Monday, July 21 2014 4:59 PM EDT2014-07-21 20:59:53 GMT
    A search is on for a man caught on surveillance tape robbing a bank Monday morning in Glynn County. It happened around 11:30 a.m. at Ameris Bank located at 5340 New Jesup Highway, according to Glynn County Detectives.A teller told police that the man walked up to the counter, said he had a gun, demanded money, and quickly ran out of the building with an undisclosed amount of money. Based on surveillance footage, the robber had a goatee and was wearing dark clothing, a baseball cap, sunglasses...
    A search is on for a man caught on surveillance tape robbing a bank Monday morning in Glynn County. It happened around 11:30 a.m. at Ameris Bank located at 5340 New Jesup Highway, according to Glynn County Detectives.A teller told police that the man walked up to the counter, said he had a gun, demanded money, and quickly ran out of the building with an undisclosed amount of money. Based on surveillance footage, the robber had a goatee and was wearing dark clothing, a baseball cap, sunglasses...
  • Churches Urged to Prepare for Disaster

    Churches Urged to Prepare for Disaster

    Monday, July 21 2014 4:20 PM EDT2014-07-21 20:20:20 GMT
    A new effort by Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) is turning to churches and places of worship in to make sure that people are better prepared in case of a disaster such as hurricane. “Praise and Preparedness” provides congregations with the resources needed to prepare before disaster strikes .Representatives from each church or synagogue are invited to attend tomorrow Tuesday, July 22 at 5:30pm in the Ball Room of the Savannah Civic Center (third floor).
    A new effort by Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) is turning to churches and places of worship in to make sure that people are better prepared in case of a disaster such as hurricane. “Praise and Preparedness” provides congregations with the resources needed to prepare before disaster strikes .Representatives from each church or synagogue are invited to attend tomorrow Tuesday, July 22 at 5:30pm in the Ball Room of the Savannah Civic Center (third floor).
  • VIDEO: Virginia Man Says The Movies Gave Him Bedbugs

    VIDEO: Virginia Man Says The Movies Gave Him Bedbugs

    Monday, July 21 2014 4:03 PM EDT2014-07-21 20:03:58 GMT
    A Virginia man says he got more than he paid for when he went to the movies with his daughters, claiming there were bedbugs in the movie theater. Now he says he's not happy because he says the theater has done nothing to get rid of the pests.Lamonte White told reporters that movie theater managers paid for he and his girls to go to Walmart in a cab, buy new clothes and then the cab took them home. The man says he still has copies of the receipts he gave to the movie theater. "They actually pa...
    A Virginia man says he got more than he paid for when he went to the movies with his daughters, claiming there were bedbugs in the movie theater. Now he says he's not happy because he says the theater has done nothing to get rid of the pests.Lamonte White told reporters that movie theater managers paid for he and his girls to go to Walmart in a cab, buy new clothes and then the cab took them home. The man says he still has copies of the receipts he gave to the movie theater. "They actually pa...
  • Savannah City Leaders Address Recent Gun Violence

    Savannah City Leaders Address Recent Gun Violence

    Monday, July 21 2014 3:28 PM EDT2014-07-21 19:28:09 GMT
    On Monday, Savannah City Leaders came together to address the recent gun violence. According to police reports there have been 11 shootings in the last 11 days, one of them fatal. During a morning news conference Mayor Edna Jackson told reporters that the citizens of Savannah do not deserve to live in fear of a, "handful of kids too dumb to sort out their problems without a gun." Mayor Jackson also said that Savannah is on the edge of greatness, but is shooting themselves in the foot with gun...
    On Monday, Savannah City Leaders came together to address the recent gun violence. According to police reports there have been 11 shootings in the last 11 days, one of them fatal. During a morning news conference Mayor Edna Jackson told reporters that the citizens of Savannah do not deserve to live in fear of a, "handful of kids too dumb to sort out their problems without a gun." Mayor Jackson also said that Savannah is on the edge of greatness, but is shooting themselves in the foot with gun...
  • Effingham House Fire

    Effingham House Fire

     

  • ECSO Investigating Suspicious Structure Fire

    ECSO Investigating Suspicious Structure Fire

    Monday, July 21 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-07-21 18:00:22 GMT
    The Effingham County Sheriff's Office says they are investigating a suspicious structure fire on Courthouse Road. The ECSO says 6 people have been displaced.The Effingham Co. Fire Department, Springfield Fire and the ECSO Criminal Investigative Division are also assisting in the investigation.
    The Effingham County Sheriff's Office says they are investigating a suspicious structure fire on Courthouse Road. The ECSO says 6 people have been displaced.The Effingham Co. Fire Department, Springfield Fire and the ECSO Criminal Investigative Division are also assisting in the investigation.
  • Colleton Co.. Accident Kills 1 Person And Injures 5 Others

    Colleton Co.. Accident Kills 1 Person And Injures 5 Others

    A fatal crash in South Carolina has killed one person and sent three others to the hospital.It happened In Colleton County on Interstate 95 at mile marker 61. Lance Cpl. Judd Jonestells News 3 says the driver lost control of thevehicle and hit several trees. One passenger was killed and five others were transported to area hospitals with serious injuries
    A fatal crash in South Carolina has killed one person and sent three others to the hospital.It happened In Colleton County on Interstate 95 at mile marker 61. Lance Cpl. Judd Jonestells News 3 says the driver lost control of thevehicle and hit several trees. One passenger was killed and five others were transported to area hospitals with serious injuries
  • Top 3 on 3 Stories for Monday, July 21

    Top 3 on 3 Stories for Monday, July 21

    Monday, July 21 2014 7:45 AM EDT2014-07-21 11:45:53 GMT
    These are the top three stories you need to know to start your day.1. Brunswick's Chief of Police, Tobe Green,is off the job amid an investigation into a widespread online training glitch.2. Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are still looking for answers after a man was shot to death on East Seiler Avenue. 3.The city of Richmond Hill will conduct smoke tests today through Friday. The tests will identify potential leaks in the sewer system.It will happen on Highway 144 West and side streets betwee...
    These are the top three stories you need to know to start your day.1. Brunswick's Chief of Police, Tobe Green,is off the job amid an investigation into a widespread online training glitch.2. Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are still looking for answers after a man was shot to death on East Seiler Avenue. 3.The city of Richmond Hill will conduct smoke tests today through Friday. The tests will identify potential leaks in the sewer system.It will happen on Highway 144 West and side streets betwee...
  • Brunswick Police Chief Suspended in Probe of Online Training

    Brunswick Police Chief Suspended in Probe of Online Training

    The chief of police of Brunswick Georgia has been suspended during an investigation of an online training program for officers. According to the Brunswick News, two members of the force, Chief Tobe Green and Capt. Mike Melton have been placed on administrative leave. City Manager Billy Weeks said Friday the two men will remain on suspension pending the outcome of the investigation. That investigation began when the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council asked agencies across the...
    The chief of police of Brunswick Georgia has been suspended during an investigation of an online training program for officers. According to the Brunswick News, two members of the force, Chief Tobe Green and Capt. Mike Melton have been placed on administrative leave. City Manager Billy Weeks said Friday the two men will remain on suspension pending the outcome of the investigation. That investigation began when the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council asked agencies across the...
  • Community Film Festival Exposes Youngsters to Arts Competition

    Community Film Festival Exposes Youngsters to Arts Competition

    There was quite a crowd on hand for the celebration of the arts this weekend known as the My Block Film Festival. The showing of the films took place this evening at 7pm at the Sentient Bean downtown on East Park Avenue. The event featured an open mic session. The festival itself is the last event for AWOL Inc.’s My Block Film and Photography Program. For the last 18 weeks students worked hard to complete their issue oriented projects. Among them were a gun violence PSA, a healthcare PSA and ...
    There was quite a crowd on hand for the celebration of the arts this weekend known as the My Block Film Festival. The showing of the films took place this evening at 7pm at the Sentient Bean downtown on East Park Avenue. The event featured an open mic session. The festival itself is the last event for AWOL Inc.’s My Block Film and Photography Program. For the last 18 weeks students worked hard to complete their issue oriented projects. Among them were a gun violence PSA, a healthcare PSA and ...
  • Kids Bowl Free in Pooler

    Kids Bowl Free in Pooler

     

  • Kids Hit the Lanes for Free This Summer in Pooler

    Kids Hit the Lanes for Free This Summer in Pooler

    Sunday, July 20 2014 5:35 PM EDT2014-07-20 21:35:08 GMT
    Summertime means freedom from classes and homework for most of our kids, but what they choose to do with their free time can mean the difference between a fun few months of vacation, or the opportunity to cause trouble.At Frames n' Games in Pooler this summer, the choice is made simple, and free!Through their partnership with the Kids Bowl Free program, 5,500 local kids have signed up to bowl for free.To qualify, you must be 15-years-old or younger and you must sign up online. The program wil...
    Summertime means freedom from classes and homework for most of our kids, but what they choose to do with their free time can mean the difference between a fun few months of vacation, or the opportunity to cause trouble.At Frames n' Games in Pooler this summer, the choice is made simple, and free!Through their partnership with the Kids Bowl Free program, 5,500 local kids have signed up to bowl for free.To qualify, you must be 15-years-old or younger and you must sign up online. The program wil...
  • Florida Judge Rules Tobacco Co. Owes $23.6 billion

    Florida Judge Rules Tobacco Co. Owes $23.6 billion

    Sunday, July 20 2014 1:59 PM EDT2014-07-20 17:59:19 GMT
    The nation's No. 2 cigarette maker vows to fight a Florida jury verdict of $23.6 billion in punitive damages in a lawsuit filed by the widow of a smoker who died of lung cancer.R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. executive J. Jeffery Raborn says the damages awarded Friday evening to widow Cynthia Robinson by a Pensacola jury are "grossly excessive" and Reynolds will appeal.Robinson attorney Christopher Chestnut says the award sends a powerful message to tobacco companies that they "cannot continue to l...
    The nation's No. 2 cigarette maker vows to fight a Florida jury verdict of $23.6 billion in punitive damages in a lawsuit filed by the widow of a smoker who died of lung cancer.R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. executive J. Jeffery Raborn says the damages awarded Friday evening to widow Cynthia Robinson by a Pensacola jury are "grossly excessive" and Reynolds will appeal.Robinson attorney Christopher Chestnut says the award sends a powerful message to tobacco companies that they "cannot continue to l...
  • Captain of Escapade Suspended with Pay

    Captain of Escapade Suspended with Pay

    Jul 20, 2014 09:40 AM2014-07-20 17:58:47 GMT
    According to the Tradewinds Casino Cruise Facebook page, the captain of the casino ship that was beached on a sandbar has been suspended with pay until an internal investigation is completed. In a statement, they say the move is a company policy, but they stick by their captain and say they 'believe he performed professionally and kept safety as his main concern.'We have posted the rest of their statement below.---------------------------------------------------Escapade Unintentional Groundin...
    According to the Tradewinds Casino Cruise Facebook page, the captain of the casino ship that was beached on a sandbar has been suspended with pay until an internal investigation is completed. In a statement, they say the move is a company policy, but they stick by their captain and say they 'believe he performed professionally and kept safety as his main concern.'We have posted the rest of their statement below.---------------------------------------------------Escapade Unintentional Groundin...
  • Florida City Speaks From Experience with F-35 Noise, Offers Beaufort Advice

    Florida City Speaks From Experience with F-35 Noise, Offers Beaufort Advice

    Florida City Speaks From Experience with F-35 Noise, Offers Beaufort Advice

    Sunday, July 20 2014 1:45 PM EDT2014-07-20 17:45:51 GMT
    The first of the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter planes arrived at the Marine Corps Air Station in Beaufort this week. The jet fighter is known for its STOVL, or short take-off and vertical landing capability. However, the plane is also known for its loud noise, too. The City of Valparaiso, Florida, has some experience with the sound from the Air Force's F-35A at Eglin Air Force Base. 
    The first of the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter planes arrived at the Marine Corps Air Station in Beaufort this week. The jet fighter is known for its STOVL, or short take-off and vertical landing capability. However, the plane is also known for its loud noise, too. The City of Valparaiso, Florida, has some experience with the sound from the Air Force's F-35A at Eglin Air Force Base. 
  • Police Searching for Shooter in 8th Case Since Tuesday

    Police Searching for Shooter in 8th Case Since Tuesday

    Sunday, July 20 2014 9:45 AM EDT2014-07-20 13:45:00 GMT
    Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police are investigating the shooting of a Savannah man as he was leaving a bar this morning.SCMPD Public Information Officer, Julian Miller, tells WSAV Ashley Edwards, 25, of the 11000 block of Middleground Road, received non-life threatening injuries when he was shot by a male he had argued with earlier as bar at Gwinnett and Paulsen streets was closing about 2:48 a.m. today. He was transported to Memorial University Medical Center for treatment.Anyone with inf...
    Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police are investigating the shooting of a Savannah man as he was leaving a bar this morning.SCMPD Public Information Officer, Julian Miller, tells WSAV Ashley Edwards, 25, of the 11000 block of Middleground Road, received non-life threatening injuries when he was shot by a male he had argued with earlier as bar at Gwinnett and Paulsen streets was closing about 2:48 a.m. today. He was transported to Memorial University Medical Center for treatment.Anyone with inf...
  • Strength in Numbers

    Strength in Numbers

     

  • Friday Night Shooting Leaves One Dead, Another Hospitalized

    Friday Night Shooting Leaves One Dead, Another Hospitalized

    Saturday, July 19 2014 6:20 PM EDT2014-07-19 22:20:20 GMT
    Savannah Chatham Metro Police Violent Crimes detectives are investigating a shooting in East Savannah that left one man dead and a second injured Friday night.Arkeen Abron, 29, of Port Wentworth, and Showkey Barnes, 37, of the 200 block of Cummings Street, each were transported to Memorial University Medical Center after the 7:39 p.m. shooting. Abron was pronounced dead and Barnes was being treated for his injuries.Violent Crimes detectives are seeking information from the public on the case....
    Savannah Chatham Metro Police Violent Crimes detectives are investigating a shooting in East Savannah that left one man dead and a second injured Friday night.Arkeen Abron, 29, of Port Wentworth, and Showkey Barnes, 37, of the 200 block of Cummings Street, each were transported to Memorial University Medical Center after the 7:39 p.m. shooting. Abron was pronounced dead and Barnes was being treated for his injuries.Violent Crimes detectives are seeking information from the public on the case....
  • Proud Fisherman Reels in Small Shark During Children's Tournament

    Proud Fisherman Reels in Small Shark During Children's Tournament

    Proud Fisherman Reels in Small Shark During Children's Tournament

    Saturday, July 19 2014 6:11 PM EDT2014-07-19 22:11:03 GMT
    With the kick off of the Beaufort Water Festivalon Saturday, came the children's toad fishing tournament at the Waterfront Park's sea wall. Fish weren't all that was caught. Kids ages 12 and under caught sting rays and three sharkson Saturdaymorning.As crowds looked on in amazement at the catch, the fisherman took a moment to show it off before tossing it back into the Beaufort River with a little help from 'Dad'. "He just jerked itand I saw it.I was right next to it. Then I tried, I pulled i...
    With the kick off of the Beaufort Water Festivalon Saturday, came the children's toad fishing tournament at the Waterfront Park's sea wall. Fish weren't all that was caught. Kids ages 12 and under caught sting rays and three sharkson Saturdaymorning.As crowds looked on in amazement at the catch, the fisherman took a moment to show it off before tossing it back into the Beaufort River with a little help from 'Dad'. "He just jerked itand I saw it.I was right next to it. Then I tried, I pulled i...
  • Beaufort's 59th Annual Water Festival Gets Underway with Full Saturday Line Up

    Beaufort's 59th Annual Water Festival Gets Underway with Full Saturday Line Up

    Beaufort's 59th Annual Water Festival Gets Underway with Full Saturday Line Up

    Saturday, July 19 2014 6:06 PM EDT2014-07-19 22:06:39 GMT
    The streets of Beaufort and its Waterfront Park are in full spirit tonight for the 59th Annual Water Festival. It's a 10 day celebration that puts Beaufort on the map, famous for water sports and tournaments, and even a few concerts over the next several days. Saturday marked the first full day of events, which means vendors set up, crowds gathered, and activities like a raft race, children's toad fishing tournament, bocce tournament, and badminton tournament got underway.
    The streets of Beaufort and its Waterfront Park are in full spirit tonight for the 59th Annual Water Festival. It's a 10 day celebration that puts Beaufort on the map, famous for water sports and tournaments, and even a few concerts over the next several days. Saturday marked the first full day of events, which means vendors set up, crowds gathered, and activities like a raft race, children's toad fishing tournament, bocce tournament, and badminton tournament got underway.
  • Savannah Group Uses Strength in Numbers to Make it Through the Worst

    Savannah Group Uses Strength in Numbers to Make it Through the Worst

    Losing a child is a tragedy no one should ever have to deal with, let alone by themselves and one local group works to be there for them.
    Losing a child is a tragedy no one should ever have to deal with, let alone by themselves and one local group works to be there for them.
  • Local Youth Compete in Law Enforcement Showdown

    Local Youth Compete in Law Enforcement Showdown

    Saturday, July 19 2014 5:32 PM EDT2014-07-19 21:32:13 GMT

     The next generation of law enforcement shows off their skills at the CCSO.

     The next generation of law enforcement shows off their skills at the CCSO.

  • Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Shootings Since Tuesday in Savannah

    Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Shootings Since Tuesday in Savannah

    Saturday, July 19 2014 2:28 PM EDT2014-07-19 18:28:49 GMT
    Just before 11 Friday evening, Metro Police were called to the scene of a shooting at Live Oak st and Seiler Ave.
    Just before 11 Friday evening, Metro Police were called to the scene of a shooting at Live Oak st and Seiler Ave.
  • Passengers Report Illegal Gambling on Casino Ship

    Passengers Report Illegal Gambling on Casino Ship

     

  • Around $350,000 Of Repairs Needed At Kayton Rec Center In Savannah

    Around $350,000 Of Repairs Needed At Kayton Rec Center In Savannah

     

  • Around $350,000 Of Repairs Needed At Kayton Rec Center In Savannah

    Around $350,000 Of Repairs Needed At Kayton Rec Center In Savannah

    Friday, July 18 2014 9:22 PM EDT2014-07-19 01:22:49 GMT
    The future remains unclear for a popular activity center in Savannah. It has been two months since the Kayton Recreation Center closed its doors after needing costly repairs. Earline Davis, executive director of the Housing Authority of Savannah, said it’s going to cost around $348,000 to whip the recreation center back into shape. The Housing Authority of Savannah and its partner the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club say they don't have that type of money to fix the place up. Davis said th...
    The future remains unclear for a popular activity center in Savannah. It has been two months since the Kayton Recreation Center closed its doors after needing costly repairs. Earline Davis, executive director of the Housing Authority of Savannah, said it’s going to cost around $348,000 to whip the recreation center back into shape. The Housing Authority of Savannah and its partner the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club say they don't have that type of money to fix the place up. Davis said th...
  • Illegal Gambling on Escapade Comes to Light

    Illegal Gambling on Escapade Comes to Light

    Friday, July 18 2014 7:39 PM EDT2014-07-18 23:39:46 GMT
    Passengers reveal information exposing illegal gambling.
    Passengers reveal information exposing illegal gambling.
  • EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Meth Cooks Videotape Themselves in the Act

    EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Meth Cooks Videotape Themselves in the Act

    Friday, July 18 2014 7:23 PM EDT2014-07-18 23:23:06 GMT
    Four suspects videotaped themselves smoking meth and talking about making the drug
    Incredible video shows meth suspects smoking and talking about making meth
  • S.C. Earthquake Risk Among Nation's Highest on New Map

    S.C. Earthquake Risk Among Nation's Highest on New Map

    A new map from the US Geological Survey showing the risk of earthquakes across the country puts South Carolina among the highest-risk areas. A large area around Charleston is one of the highest hazard areas in the nation, and most of the state is at elevated risk. Derrec Becker, spokesman for the SC Emergency Management Division, says, "The updated maps from USGS really confirm what we in Emergency Management have believed all along, that an earthquake really is the single greatest disaster ...
    A new map from the US Geological Survey showing the risk of earthquakes across the country puts South Carolina among the highest-risk areas. A large area around Charleston is one of the highest hazard areas in the nation, and most of the state is at elevated risk. Derrec Becker, spokesman for the SC Emergency Management Division, says, "The updated maps from USGS really confirm what we in Emergency Management have believed all along, that an earthquake really is the single greatest disaster ...
  • ONLY ON 3: Meth Suspects Videotape Themselves in the Act

    ONLY ON 3: Meth Suspects Videotape Themselves in the Act

     After 4 suspects are arrested, Sheriff's find videotape of suspects committing crime

     After 4 suspects are arrested, Sheriff's find videotape of suspects committing crime

  • Missing Teen Found Safe

    Missing Teen Found Safe

    Friday, July 18 2014 6:38 PM EDT2014-07-18 22:38:09 GMT
    Special Victims Unit detectives for Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police tell News 3 they are searching for a special needs teen, missing since July 16. Kenneth Wiggins, 16, of the 1900 block of East 57th Street, was last seen Wednesday evening. Wiggins is described as a black male, with low-cut black hair and brown eyes. He is 5-9 and weighs 185 pounds. Wiggins wears glasses with blue frames. He was last seen dressed in a purple sweater and Khakis. He may currently be wearing jeans with bl...
    Special Victims Unit detectives for Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police tell News 3 they are searching for a special needs teen, missing since July 16. Kenneth Wiggins, 16, of the 1900 block of East 57th Street, was last seen Wednesday evening. Wiggins is described as a black male, with low-cut black hair and brown eyes. He is 5-9 and weighs 185 pounds. Wiggins wears glasses with blue frames. He was last seen dressed in a purple sweater and Khakis. He may currently be wearing jeans with bl...
  • Search Continues For Debora Gail Deloach Moody

    Search Continues For Debora Gail Deloach Moody

    Friday, July 18 2014 5:40 PM EDT2014-07-18 21:40:15 GMT
    Nearly seven years and still no answers in the disappearance of Debora Gail Deloach Moody. The 42-year-old went missing from her home in December 2007 -- seemingly without a trace.
    Nearly seven years and still no answers in the disappearance of Debora Gail Deloach Moody. The 42-year-old went missing from her home in December 2007 -- seemingly without a trace.
  • UPDATE: Man who crashed car into Hinesville Kroger denied bond

    UPDATE: Man who crashed car into Hinesville Kroger denied bond

    Friday, July 18 2014 5:33 PM EDT2014-07-18 21:33:25 GMT
    A man is under arrest after crashing his car into the Kroger on 555 W. Oglethorpe Highway in Hinesville Wednesday evening.
    A man is under arrest after crashing his car into the Kroger on 555 W. Oglethorpe Highway in Hinesville Wednesday evening.
  • Tattnall Co. Woman Arrested, Charged With Murder

    Tattnall Co. Woman Arrested, Charged With Murder

    Friday, July 18 2014 4:39 PM EDT2014-07-18 20:39:49 GMT
    The Tattnall County Sheriff's has arrested and charged Barbara Ann Polke with murder in connection to the July 11th death of Ashley Denielle Sharpe. Initially Polke told authorities Sharpe was shot in her vehicle while the two traveled through Lyons on Highway 280, however police and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation say the evidence tells a different story. Based upon the facts, the GBI issued a murder warrant for Polke, as well as two counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon...
    The Tattnall County Sheriff's has arrested and charged Barbara Ann Polke with murder in connection to the July 11th death of Ashley Denielle Sharpe. Initially Polke told authorities Sharpe was shot in her vehicle while the two traveled through Lyons on Highway 280, however police and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation say the evidence tells a different story. Based upon the facts, the GBI issued a murder warrant for Polke, as well as two counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon...
  • A Look at Paula Deen's Comeback

    A Look at Paula Deen's Comeback

    Friday, July 18 2014 4:37 PM EDT2014-07-18 20:37:21 GMT
    It's been quite a year for Savannah's Queen of southern food; there's not a person alive that would deny that."You know everything came to a screeching halt. This time last year, I went from a hundred miles an hour to zero," says Deen. Zero found her isolated while looking for a way to regroup. A new manager, a new public relations team and Paula Deen has slowly climbed back on the saddle with hopes of reclaiming her spot in the hearts of millions of people; some she knows are gone, others ha...
    It's been quite a year for Savannah's Queen of southern food; there's not a person alive that would deny that."You know everything came to a screeching halt. This time last year, I went from a hundred miles an hour to zero," says Deen. Zero found her isolated while looking for a way to regroup. A new manager, a new public relations team and Paula Deen has slowly climbed back on the saddle with hopes of reclaiming her spot in the hearts of millions of people; some she knows are gone, others ha...
  • Model Aircraft Pilots Define Drones, Hope for Fair FAA Rules

    Model Aircraft Pilots Define Drones, Hope for Fair FAA Rules

    Drones! The stories about these things seem to be everywhere. For those who love to fly them, that’s both good and bad. Good that their hobby ( or profession ) is getting some attention, but it can be bad in that not all the stories are positive. It was recently reported that an airliner landing at Savannah’s airport struck one of the multi-rotor flying machines. And lately there have been a number of arrests in several states involving people flying them. There is also an upside. The new mul...
    Drones! The stories about these things seem to be everywhere. For those who love to fly them, that’s both good and bad. Good that their hobby ( or profession ) is getting some attention, but it can be bad in that not all the stories are positive. It was recently reported that an airliner landing at Savannah’s airport struck one of the multi-rotor flying machines. And lately there have been a number of arrests in several states involving people flying them. There is also an upside. The new mul...
  • Metro Police Investigating Early Morning Shooting

    Metro Police Investigating Early Morning Shooting

    Friday, July 18 2014 12:51 PM EDT2014-07-18 16:51:37 GMT
    Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are looking for information connected to an early morning shooting on West 39th Street. Police say the incident occurred just before 1am on Friday morning. Jatoya White was found suffering from a gunshot wound; she was transported to Memorial University Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Anyone with details about this shooting should call Crimestoppers at (912) 234-2020 or text CRIMES (274637) using the keyword CSTOP2020. Crimestoppers tipsters to...
    Savannah-Chatham Metro Police are looking for information connected to an early morning shooting on West 39th Street. Police say the incident occurred just before 1am on Friday morning. Jatoya White was found suffering from a gunshot wound; she was transported to Memorial University Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Anyone with details about this shooting should call Crimestoppers at (912) 234-2020 or text CRIMES (274637) using the keyword CSTOP2020. Crimestoppers tipsters to...
  • SCMP Investigating East Savannah Shooting

    SCMP Investigating East Savannah Shooting

    Friday, July 18 2014 12:46 PM EDT2014-07-18 16:46:29 GMT
    Savannah-Chatham Metro Police say they are investigating a Thursday night shooting on 36th Street.Police say just before 8:30 Thursday night they responded to a call of a shooting and found 17-year-old Dion Folston suffering from a gunshot wound. Folston was transported to Memorial University Medical Center with non life-threatening injuries. Investigators are looking for a dark colored pickup truck, which they believe the suspect used to flee the scene. Anyone with information on this case s...
    Savannah-Chatham Metro Police say they are investigating a Thursday night shooting on 36th Street.Police say just before 8:30 Thursday night they responded to a call of a shooting and found 17-year-old Dion Folston suffering from a gunshot wound. Folston was transported to Memorial University Medical Center with non life-threatening injuries. Investigators are looking for a dark colored pickup truck, which they believe the suspect used to flee the scene. Anyone with information on this case s...
  • PHOTOS: Thunderbolt's First Fire Truck Prepares for a Makeover

    PHOTOS: Thunderbolt's First Fire Truck Prepares for a Makeover

    Friday, July 18 2014 12:10 PM EDT2014-07-18 16:10:18 GMT
    Thundebolt's first fire truck, Ginny, is preparing for a makeover. On Friday members of Thunderbolt Marina prepared Ginny for a new paint job, the first of many steps needed to get her back on the road. There will also be a fundraiser in October to continue to raise money to restore Ginny.
    Thundebolt's first fire truck, Ginny, is preparing for a makeover. On Friday members of Thunderbolt Marina prepared Ginny for a new paint job, the first of many steps needed to get her back on the road. There will also be a fundraiser in October to continue to raise money to restore Ginny.
  • Savannah AMBUCS Kicks Off 2014 Bowlapalooza Fundraising Campaign

    Savannah AMBUCS Kicks Off 2014 Bowlapalooza Fundraising Campaign

    The players are now ready to roll. AMBUCS officially kicked off its Bowlapalooza campaign Thursday night. Celebrity bowlers - including WSAV'sKim Gusby - were announced for the October event.
    The players are now ready to roll. AMBUCS officially kicked off its Bowlapalooza campaign Thursday night. Celebrity bowlers - including WSAV'sKim Gusby - were announced for the October event.
  • Savannah AMBUCS Kicks Off 2014 Bowlapalooza Fundraising Campaign

    Savannah AMBUCS Kicks Off 2014 Bowlapalooza Fundraising Campaign

    The players are now ready to roll. AMBUCS officially kicked off its Bowlapalooza campaign Thursday night. Celebrity bowlers - including WSAV's Kim Gusby - were announced for the October event.
    The players are now ready to roll. AMBUCS officially kicked off its Bowlapalooza campaign Thursday night. Celebrity bowlers - including WSAV's Kim Gusby - were announced for the October event.

  • Statesboro AMBUCS: Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser

    Statesboro AMBUCS: Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser

    Friday, July 18 2014 10:05 AM EDT2014-07-18 14:05:04 GMT
    The Statesboro chapter of Ambucs is hosting an Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser and Bike Giveaway on Thursday, July 24th at The Clubhouse in Statesboro.
    The Statesboro chapter of Ambucs is hosting an Unlimited Mini-Golf Fundraiser and Bike Giveaway on Thursday, July 24th at The Clubhouse in Statesboro.
  • Wanted Fugitive Captured in Houston County

    Wanted Fugitive Captured in Houston Co.

    Friday, July 18 2014 10:01 AM EDT2014-07-18 14:01:28 GMT
    The Chatham County Sheriff's Office says they are searching for two people who have been involved in a credit card scam. 29-year-old Lancaster Graham and 22-year-old Bianca Marcia Dias are both wanted
    The Chatham County Sheriff's Office says they are searching for two people who have been involved in a credit card scam.
  • Clearing of Local Homeless Camp Set to Begin

    Clearing of Local Homeless Camp Set to Begin

    The clock is winding down to the final hours for people living in one homeless camp in Savannah to move.That camp, near the intersection of President Street and General McIntosh Boulevard, lies above an underground canal that will be expanded and transformed into an open canal. News 3's Martin Staunton has the latest developments.
    The clock is winding down to the final hours for people living in one homeless camp in Savannah to move.That camp, near the intersection of President Street and General McIntosh Boulevard, lies above an underground canal that will be expanded and transformed into an open canal. News 3's Martin Staunton has the latest developments.
  • Top 3 on 3 Stories for Friday, July 18

    Top 3 on 3 Stories for Friday, July 18

    Friday, July 18 2014 7:23 AM EDT2014-07-18 11:23:56 GMT
    These are the top three stories you need to know to start your day.1. Ukrainian officials say all 295 people on board a Malaysian Airlines jet are dead after the plane was shot down over Eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian Government and the Pro-Russian rebels have accused each other of shooting the aircraft down.2. In Effingham County, a road reopens after one person dies following a car accident. It happened on Honey Ridge Road and Floyd Avenue. Authorities say a woman was walking in the middle ...
    These are the top three stories you need to know to start your day.1. Ukrainian officials say all 295 people on board a Malaysian Airlines jet are dead after the plane was shot down over Eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian Government and the Pro-Russian rebels have accused each other of shooting the aircraft down.2. In Effingham County, a road reopens after one person dies following a car accident. It happened on Honey Ridge Road and Floyd Avenue. Authorities say a woman was walking in the middle ...
  • Pedestrian Killed, Struck By Truck in Effingham County

    Pedestrian Killed, Struck By Truck in Effingham County

    Friday, July 18 2014 12:45 AM EDT2014-07-18 04:45:44 GMT
    The Effingham County Sheriff's Office tells News 3 a pedestrian has died after being struck by a truck. News 3 is on the scene of the accident on Honey Ridge Road in Guyton. Honey Ridge Rd. will be closed between Hwy. 119 and Floyd Avenue until at least midnight. Officials say a woman was walking in the middle of the road when the truck, traveling eastbound, hit her. It is too early in the investigation to know if the driver was going over the 35 mph speed limit. The Sheriff's Office is not r...
    The Effingham County Sheriff's Office tells News 3 a pedestrian has died after being struck by a truck. News 3 is on the scene of the accident on Honey Ridge Road in Guyton. Honey Ridge Rd. will be closed between Hwy. 119 and Floyd Avenue until at least midnight. Officials say a woman was walking in the middle of the road when the truck, traveling eastbound, hit her. It is too early in the investigation to know if the driver was going over the 35 mph speed limit. The Sheriff's Office is not r...
  • Fugitive Files Roundup Searches for Suspects

    Fugitive Files Roundup Searches for Suspects

    News 3 rides along with Sheriff's as they search for Convicted Sex Offender

    News 3 rides along with Sheriff's as they search for Convicted Sex Offender

  • Three Suspects on the Run, Wanted By Investigators

    Three Suspects on the Run, Wanted By Investigators

     Fugitive Files profiles three wanted suspects in Effingham County

     Fugitive Files profiles three wanted suspects in Effingham County

  • Trio of Wanted Suspects on the Run in Effingham County

    Trio of Wanted Suspects on the Run in Effingham County

    Thursday, July 17 2014 11:58 PM EDT2014-07-18 03:58:41 GMT
    Rex Thompson, Jr is wanted by Effingham County Sheriff'sRex Thompson, Jr is wanted by Effingham County Sheriff's
    A trio of suspects from Effingham County are on the run and Sheriff's are asking for the public's help finding them.Tyrone Savage has a history of crime, and now he is wanted for not making his latest court date on drug charges.He could be in the Springfield area, or other spots in effingham county.Rex Thompson, Jr has two active warrants, one for cruelty to children and family violence and the other for violating his probation on manufacturing meth charges.This convicted felon was last seen ...
    A trio of suspects from Effingham County are on the run and Sheriff's are asking for the public's help finding them.Tyrone Savage has a history of crime, and now he is wanted for not making his latest court date on drug charges.He could be in the Springfield area, or other spots in effingham county.Rex Thompson, Jr has two active warrants, one for cruelty to children and family violence and the other for violating his probation on manufacturing meth charges.This convicted felon was last seen ...
  • Fugitive Files Roundup A Success

    Fugitive Files Roundup A Success

    86 suspects put behind bars.That's what you, law enforcement officials and news 3's Fugitive Files have joined together to do.Thursday, we tried to add to the number with a special roundup.Our second Fugitive Files Roundup got us the closest yet to an arrest live during our show.The Effingham County and Chatham County Sheriff's Department joined Crimestoppers on a live phone bank. Names of various suspects scrolled across the screen, and your calls came in.The last one was the best tip on a s...
    86 suspects put behind bars.That's what you, law enforcement officials and news 3's Fugitive Files have joined together to do.Thursday, we tried to add to the number with a special roundup.Our second Fugitive Files Roundup got us the closest yet to an arrest live during our show.The Effingham County and Chatham County Sheriff's Department joined Crimestoppers on a live phone bank. Names of various suspects scrolled across the screen, and your calls came in.The last one was the best tip on a s...
  • Beaufort County to Host Back-to-School Expos

    Beaufort County to Host Back-to-School Expos

    Thursday, July 17 2014 11:42 PM EDT2014-07-18 03:42:55 GMT
    The Beaufort County School District is partnering with local agencies and businesses again for its annual “Back-to-School Expos.” Students and their parents are urged to attend. The first event will be Saturday, July 26 at Bluffton High School. The second event will be on Saturday, August 9 at Whale Branch Early College High School. Both events will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. “Getting ready for a new school year requires some planning and these events are terrific ways for families to gath...
    The Beaufort County School District is partnering with local agencies and businesses again for its annual “Back-to-School Expos.” Students and their parents are urged to attend. The first event will be Saturday, July 26 at Bluffton High School. The second event will be on Saturday, August 9 at Whale Branch Early College High School. Both events will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. “Getting ready for a new school year requires some planning and these events are terrific ways for families to gath...
  • Locals React to Malaysian Plane Crash

    Locals React to Malaysian Plane Crash

     

  • Malaysian Airlines Crash Hits Close to Home for Some

    Malaysian Airlines Crash Hits Close to Home for Some

    Thursday, July 17 2014 9:45 PM EDT2014-07-18 01:45:11 GMT
    Reactions to the devastating Malaysian Airlines plane crash have been felt all across the world, including Southeastern GA.
    Reactions to the devastating Malaysian Airlines plane crash have been felt all across the world, including Southeastern GA.
  • Escapade Is Docked After Freeing Itself From Sandbar

    Escapade Is Docked After Freeing Itself From Sandbar

    Thursday, July 17 2014 8:22 PM EDT2014-07-18 00:22:34 GMT
    It was a surprise for many to see the stranded casino boat freed Thursday afternoon. At 12:45 pm, the vessel dislodged itself from where it spent nearly 36 hours, just two miles Northeast of Tybee Island in a sandbar. It used nothing but the power of its own engines and the mid day high-tide. News 3 was there to see the Tradewinds Casino Boat break free. The Escapade ran aground late Tuesday night on its maiden voyage...
    It was a surprise for many to see the stranded casino boat freed Thursday afternoon. At 12:45 pm, the vessel dislodged itself from where it spent nearly 36 hours, just two miles Northeast of Tybee Island in a sandbar. It used nothing but the power of its own engines and the mid day high-tide. News 3 was there to see the Tradewinds Casino Boat break free. The Escapade ran aground late Tuesday night on its maiden voyage...
  • Local Mariners Take on Why Casino Boat Ran Aground

    Local Mariners Take on Why Casino Boat Ran Aground

    Thursday, July 17 2014 7:03 PM EDT2014-07-17 23:03:44 GMT
    Many Local mariners are very familiar with Calibouge Sound and the sandbar that was the temporary home of the Escapade, the casino ship that ran aground early Wednesday morning. One longtime captain says there are lit buoys that clearly mark the area near the sandbar. But he's not necessarily passing judgement until more is known about what exactly happened. Jim Givens owns Sea Tow Savannah, a service that offers assistance to boaters who get into trouble on the water. "People do run agroun...
    Many Local mariners are very familiar with Calibouge Sound and the sandbar that was the temporary home of the Escapade, the casino ship that ran aground early Wednesday morning. One longtime captain says there are lit buoys that clearly mark the area near the sandbar. But he's not necessarily passing judgement until more is known about what exactly happened. Jim Givens owns Sea Tow Savannah, a service that offers assistance to boaters who get into trouble on the water. "People do run agroun...
  • DSS, Jasper County Sheriff's Office Investigate Hardeeville Daycare

    DSS, Jasper County Sheriff's Office Investigate Hardeeville Daycare

    DSS, Jasper County Sheriff's Office Investigate Hardeeville Daycare

    Thursday, July 17 2014 6:59 PM EDT2014-07-17 22:59:08 GMT
    It was a parent's worst nightmare brought to life, when a 3 month old baby was picked up from her Hardeeville Daycare bruised, cut and bleeding from what parents say they were told was an accident. Now that the baby's parents say daycare staff's stories don't add up, they are hoping to find answers on what happened to injure their child that day. 
    It was a parent's worst nightmare brought to life, when a 3 month old baby was picked up from her Hardeeville Daycare bruised, cut and bleeding from what parents say they were told was an accident. Now that the baby's parents say daycare staff's stories don't add up, they are hoping to find answers on what happened to injure their child that day. 
  • First F-35B Arrives at Marine Corps Air Station

    First F-35B Arrives at Marine Corps Air Station

    First F-35B Arrives at Marine Corps Air Station

    Thursday, July 17 2014 6:51 PM EDT2014-07-17 22:51:53 GMT
    The first F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501(VMFAT-501) arrived at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, July 17. The aircraft is the first to join VMFAT-501 at MCAS Beaufort since relocating from Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. late last week.
    The first F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501(VMFAT-501) arrived at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, July 17. The aircraft is the first to join VMFAT-501 at MCAS Beaufort since relocating from Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. late last week.
  • NEW INFORMATION: Company Issues Statement Regarding Grounded Boat

    NEW INFORMATION: Company Issues Statement Regarding Grounded Boat

    Thursday, July 17 2014 5:56 PM EDT2014-07-17 21:56:27 GMT
    The U.S. Coast Guard tells WSAV that a local casino boat is stuck on a sandbar in Calibogue Sound, South Carolina with 124 people on board.
    The U.S. Coast Guard tells WSAV that a local casino boat is stuck on a sandbar in Calibogue Sound, South Carolina with 124 people on board.
  • Hearings to Be Held on Savannah Property Tax Increase

    Hearings to Be Held on Savannah Property Tax Increase

    Thursday, July 17 2014 4:14 PM EDT2014-07-17 20:14:46 GMT
    The City of Savannah says the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah have announced their intention to increase the property taxes it will levy this year by 2.48 percent over the rollback millage rate. The City of Savannah says they receive tax billing information on properties within its city limits from the Chatham County Board of Assessors. Each year, the Chatham County Board of Assessors is required to review the assessed value for property tax purposes of taxable property in the co...
    The City of Savannah says the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah have announced their intention to increase the property taxes it will levy this year by 2.48 percent over the rollback millage rate. The City of Savannah says they receive tax billing information on properties within its city limits from the Chatham County Board of Assessors. Each year, the Chatham County Board of Assessors is required to review the assessed value for property tax purposes of taxable property in the co...
  • White House on Lockdown Due to Unattended Package

    White House on Lockdown Due to Unattended Package

    Thursday, July 17 2014 4:08 PM EDT2014-07-17 20:08:03 GMT
    The White House is on lockdown due to an unattended package on the north fence line, according to a Secret Service official. Lafayette Park -- which is across the street from the White House -- has been cleared. The Secret Service is investigating and will reopen the White House as soon as possible.
    The White House is on lockdown due to an unattended package on the north fence line, according to a Secret Service official. Lafayette Park -- which is across the street from the White House -- has been cleared. The Secret Service is investigating and will reopen the White House as soon as possible.
  • Organization Trains Youth To Build Houses, Learn Construction Skills.

    Organization Trains Youth To Build Houses, Learn Construction Skills.

    The story of what’s happening over at Savannah Gardens neighborhood has many facets. But the one that catches our attention today is that of the young people who helped build houses there, and who are also receiving praise from the city of Savannah for their good work. The Savannah Gardens neighborhood is a new development, replacing what had become an historic but blighted living area in Savannah just off Pennsylvania Avenue. Youth Build Savannah has a lot going for it, not the least of whic...
    The story of what’s happening over at Savannah Gardens neighborhood has many facets. But the one that catches our attention today is that of the young people who helped build houses there, and who are also receiving praise from the city of Savannah for their good work. The Savannah Gardens neighborhood is a new development, replacing what had become an historic but blighted living area in Savannah just off Pennsylvania Avenue. Youth Build Savannah has a lot going for it, not the least of whic...
  • Producers Charged in Fatal Film Set Accident Surrender To Sheriff's Office

    Producers Charged in Fatal Film Set Accident Surrender To Sheriff's Office

    Thursday, July 17 2014 1:57 PM EDT2014-07-17 17:57:59 GMT
    Two of the three producers of the Greg Allman biopic Midnight rider have turned themselves into the Wayne County Sheriffs Office for booking.According to Sheriff John Carter Director Randall Miller and producer Jody Savin turned themselves in on Sunday.The couple posted bond totaling $27,000 each. Carter said the bond was paid in cash. According to Carter after posting bond they returned to California where they will ...
    Two of the three producers of the Greg Allman biopic Midnight rider have turned themselves into the Wayne County Sheriffs Office for booking.According to Sheriff John Carter Director Randall Miller and producer Jody Savin turned themselves in on Sunday.The couple posted bond totaling $27,000 each. Carter said the bond was paid in cash. According to Carter after posting bond they returned to California where they will ...
  • Coastal Sunrise Birthday and Anniversary Greetings for July 17, 2014

    Coastal Sunrise Birthday and Anniversary Greetings for July 17, 2014

    Here's a look at today's celebrations!
    Here's a look at today's celebrations!
  • Our Hometown: SIP Launches Clothing Drive

    Our Hometown: SIP Launches Clothing Drive

    Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department's Savannah Impact Program (SIP) is celebrating the launch of its newest initiative. Jonathan's Closet is a clothing collection drive organized to help young people in need of career-appropriate attire.
    Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department's Savannah Impact Program (SIP) is celebrating the launch of its newest initiative. Jonathan's Closet is a clothing collection drive organized to help young people in need of career-appropriate attire.
  • Plane crashes in Ukraine, Minister claims it was shot down

    Plane crashes in Ukraine, Minister claims it was shot down

    Thursday, July 17 2014 12:04 PM EDT2014-07-17 16:04:45 GMT
    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - An adviser to Ukraine's interior minister says a Malaysian passenger plane carrying 295 people has been shot down over a town in the east of the country. He says the plane was flying at an altitude of 33,000 feet when it was hit by a missile from a type of launcher that was seen by journalists yesterday near a town in eastern Ukraine. Malaysia Airlines says it lost contact with the plane as it was in Ukrainian airspace.
    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - An adviser to Ukraine's interior minister says a Malaysian passenger plane carrying 295 people has been shot down over a town in the east of the country. He says the plane was flying at an altitude of 33,000 feet when it was hit by a missile from a type of launcher that was seen by journalists yesterday near a town in eastern Ukraine. Malaysia Airlines says it lost contact with the plane as it was in Ukrainian airspace.
  • Hobby Lobby Ruling

    Hobby Lobby Ruling

     

     

  • New Walmart Neighborhood Market Coming to Brunswick

    New Walmart Neighborhood Market Coming to Brunswick

    Thursday, July 17 2014 10:29 AM EDT2014-07-17 14:29:39 GMT
    Walmart has announced that it will be opening a Neighborhood Market in Brunswick. The company says the store will employ about 95 associates, most of them full-time. The Neighborhood Market is Walmart’s smaller, grocery store format – about one-quarter the size of a typical Walmart Supercenter.“We are responding to our customers’ needs for convenient access and a broad selection of fresh and affordable grocery products,” says Walmart representative, Glen Wilkins. Brunswick Mayor, Cornell Ha...
    Walmart has announced that it will be opening a Neighborhood Market in Brunswick. The company says the store will employ about 95 associates, most of them full-time. The Neighborhood Market is Walmart’s smaller, grocery store format – about one-quarter the size of a typical Walmart Supercenter.“We are responding to our customers’ needs for convenient access and a broad selection of fresh and affordable grocery products,” says Walmart representative, Glen Wilkins. Brunswick Mayor, Cornell Ha...
  • Microsoft Announces Plans to Cut 18,000 Jobs

    Microsoft Announces Plans to Cut 18,000 Jobs

    Thursday, July 17 2014 9:15 AM EDT2014-07-17 13:15:32 GMT
    Microsoft will cut 18,000 jobs - about 14% of its workforce -- within the next year, CEO Satya Nadella said in a memo to staff. It is the largest layoff in company history. Most of the layoffs -- 12,500 -- will come from Nokia's devices and services business that Microsoft recently bought. The other 5,500 are part of the company's new strategy to focus on improving its mobile and cloud productivity software.
    Microsoft will cut 18,000 jobs - about 14% of its workforce -- within the next year, CEO Satya Nadella said in a memo to staff. It is the largest layoff in company history. Most of the layoffs -- 12,500 -- will come from Nokia's devices and services business that Microsoft recently bought. The other 5,500 are part of the company's new strategy to focus on improving its mobile and cloud productivity software.
  • Online Petition To Reinstate Gator Expert

    Online Petition To Reinstate Gator Expert

     

  • Coastal Health District Issues Water Advisory at Tybee Pier

    Coastal Health District Issues Water Advisory at Tybee Pier

    Thursday, July 17 2014 8:31 AM EDT2014-07-17 12:31:04 GMT
    The Chatham County Health Department says an advisory has been issued for Strand Beach at the Pier on Tybee Island.
    The Chatham County Health Department says an advisory has been issued for Strand Beach at the Pier on Tybee Island.
  • Savannah-Chatham Metro Police search for clues in shootings

    Savannah-Chatham Metro Police search for clues in shootings

    Thursday, July 17 2014 7:38 AM EDT2014-07-17 11:38:47 GMT
    Police with Savannah-Chatham Metro are investigating shootings Thursday morning.The first happened near the intersection of Barnard Street and West Henry Street around 12:30 a.m. One person was injured and taken the hospital with what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries.Shortly after, a report of shots fired was called in near the Chester Street area. Around the same time, Georgia State Patrol pulled over a car for speeding on I-516 near Ogeechee Road. Inside they found another man w...
    Police with Savannah-Chatham Metro are investigating shootings Thursday morning.The first happened near the intersection of Barnard Street and West Henry Street around 12:30 a.m. One person was injured and taken the hospital with what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries.Shortly after, a report of shots fired was called in near the Chester Street area. Around the same time, Georgia State Patrol pulled over a car for speeding on I-516 near Ogeechee Road. Inside they found another man w...
  • Traffic accident involving train turns fatal

    Traffic accident involving train turns fatal

    Thursday, July 17 2014 7:21 AM EDT2014-07-17 11:21:52 GMT
    A train collides with a vehicle in Garden City and the result is deadly. It happened after two this morning on the tracks at Dean Forest Road near Robert B. Miller Road in Garden City.Garden City Police say the driver died on the scene. No one else was in the vehicle.Garden City Police's accident reconstruction team responded. Check WSAV.com for updates.
    A train collides with a vehicle in Garden City and the result is deadly. It happened after two this morning on the tracks at Dean Forest Road near Robert B. Miller Road in Garden City.Garden City Police say the driver died on the scene. No one else was in the vehicle.Garden City Police's accident reconstruction team responded. Check WSAV.com for updates.
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  • School Supplies Needed by August 11th

    School Supplies Needed by August 11th

    Have you seen them? Back-packs, binders and pencils are on display in major stores! Families are preparing for the back-to-school season! While many children find this to be an exciting time, parents are feeling the anxiety of the expenses ahead. Let’s face it, school supplies are pricey – many folks report spending nearly $100 just on the supplies needed for elementary age children! Some are unable to afford this type of expense, even for education. As a result, children suffer.Children who ...
    Have you seen them? Back-packs, binders and pencils are on display in major stores! Families are preparing for the back-to-school season! While many children find this to be an exciting time, parents are feeling the anxiety of the expenses ahead. Let’s face it, school supplies are pricey – many folks report spending nearly $100 just on the supplies needed for elementary age children! Some are unable to afford this type of expense, even for education. As a result, children suffer.Children who ...
  • Pedal 4 Kids | Hilton Head Island

    Pedal 4 Kids | Hilton Head Island

    Pedal 4 Kids Community Ride is the largest bike event in the Lowcountry with 100% of its proceeds benefiting the Boys Girls Club of Hilton Head Island. Now, in its 8th year, the Pedal 4 Kids Community Bike Ride attracts over 400 bicyclists, of all ages and skills levels. The event gives residents and guests of the Island an opportunity to join their friends, family, co-workers, associates and neighbors in a group ride throughout the island’s beautiful pathways and parks.Make plans for Saturd...
    Pedal 4 Kids Community Ride is the largest bike event in the Lowcountry with 100% of its proceeds benefiting the Boys Girls Club of Hilton Head Island. Now, in its 8th year, the Pedal 4 Kids Community Bike Ride attracts over 400 bicyclists, of all ages and skills levels. The event gives residents and guests of the Island an opportunity to join their friends, family, co-workers, associates and neighbors in a group ride throughout the island’s beautiful pathways and parks.Make plans for Saturd...
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