(WCBD) – UPS is raising its holiday prices to help pay for additional workers along with renting extra planes and trucks.
The increased cost begins the week of November 19 for ground shipments.
For faster delivery options like two or three-day service, they begin the week of December 17.
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Temperatures dipping into the teens overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning will bring the threat of black ice on the roads.
The driver of a car was killed after a collision with an 18-wheeler Wednesday morning on Augusta Road in Greenville.
Snow is falling across the region and is expected to stick to surfaces as temperatures continue dropping.
Several racist flyers were found in several buildings at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, according to the school.
The mountains could see snowflakes by 7 p.m. Tuesday, while the Upstate could see snow starting around midnight.