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Kellogg Co. joined competitors on Tuesday in recalling a variety of cookies and brownies because of fears of peanut-residue contamination with no warning on the label.
The invention provides more safety, more time and more options when it comes to protecting yourself during a shooting.
The Celebration of Life for Janiva Willis was held Saturday, June 11th at Winthrop University.
The York County Coroner's Office has identified the victim of Thursday evening's fatal accident as 23-year-old Lacee Sullivan.
Carowinds officials say it will be business as usual at the park Friday following Thursday's partial power outages, but some rides will remain closed as a precaution.
LAKE WYLIE, SC -- North Carolina Wildlife officials have identified the man who drowned Wednesday afternoon after jumping in the water to swim. He was 30-year-old Conroy Oliver of Charlotte. His mother spoke to WCCB Charlotte after investigators informed her…
Officials have located the missing man and divers are in the process of recovering his body. The man has been identified as Conroy Oliver, 30, of Charlotte.
Police are looking for suspects after they say a man was hit by a car while riding his bike and then shot in his head Tuesday night.
Cam Newton gave a speech to student-athletes at a football camp at Woodward Academy and the video is going viral.
The York County Coroner has identified 20-year-old Justin Dye as the driver killed in Monday's head-on collision.
Hostess Brands has voluntarily recalled various snack cakes and doughnuts over concerns they may have come in contact with peanut residue not included in the ingredient list.
Tropical Storm Colin was expected to continue dropping heavy rains over the Southeast on Tuesday after moving across northern Florida, knocking out power and flooding roads.
Check out the pets available for adoption at the Humane Society Of York County!
Tropical Storm Colin was gaining speed and strength Monday on its way to strike Florida, threatening rains forecasters said could cause some serious flooding along much of the state's Gulf coast.
Deputies in South Carolina say they have found the body of a skydiver missing after a midair crash over the weekend.
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