A drug rehabilitation clinic started in Greenville is having an impact on addicts looking for a better solution to their problems.
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It’s bad enough that Hans Wascom isn’t feeling well today, but he’s been battling sickness in his home for weeks now.
If you’re prepping for the tax free holiday weekend in South Carolina, we’ve got you covered.
A new array of tools involving the high energy screens on your smartphone and tablets could help you get better sleep.
Check your sunscreen. The ingredients are FDA approved, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the one you chose is the best for you.
We looked into the top consumer rights that could save you time and money.
Your cell phone is the key to a lot of private information. But a lot of people download apps without realizing it could open the door to ha…
When you click on an ad online, you may be revealing more about yourself than you ever thought.
From lingerie to athletic wear, you can snag some great deals on stuff you really need.
We’re hearing from you about grant scam calls that are tricking people out of hundreds of dollars.
It’s easier than ever to get your hands on freebies if you know where to look.
Americans are losing out on $24 billion dollars in free money. It’s all because many of you are not taking advantage of the 401K match.
We looked into how scammers are using those Facebook “likes” and what impact it could have on you.
Keep a close eye on your cable bill. Analysts worry that the Charter/Time Warner deal could lead to higher prices for customers.
A new 2 volume book showcases the background of every soldier at the Duncan Park Memorial in Spartanburg.
You could be missing out on car insurance discounts you may not know exist.
Worry and fear can lead you to sign up for insurance you may not need. So we looked into which coverage is more often a waste of $.
Verizon and Sprint must pay back $160 million to customers who got bogus charges, and you may deserve some of that money.
If you’re having financial trouble, a new program is offering help to people in SC.
Researchers have found a way to evaluate how addicted you are to your cell phone.
A warning about fake hotel-booking websites. They look just like the real deal, but will take your deposit and leave you with no room.
There are key steps you should take before you buy a used car to make sure you don’t end up with a lemon.
We looked into what you can do to fight your case against a business when paying a lawyer doesn’t make sense.
After all the credit card hacks at major stores, scammers may have lots of information on you, but there is one thing they are still despera…
There are a lot of ways to cut costs, other than just buying generic from increasing the dosage to skipping your insurance company.
We found out from law enforcement that it’s no longer wire transfers and Green Dot MoneyPak cards that scammers are asking for.
We learned snagging the deals in May is as much about timing as it is knowing what to buy.
Right now there’s a major discount on one wholesale club’s fees, but you have to act fast.
Your weakest security link online, are often your own kids. 40% of parents say their kids have downloaded viruses on their computers.
Debt collection scams are getting more deceptive. Investigators tell us con artists have new tricks to steal your private information and us…
Big changes at the three main credit bureaus could boost your credit score if you have errors.
In this 7 On Your Side investigation, we exposed the problem and have information on how you can make sure your children are safe when you a…
A free legal workshop aimed at helping the LGBT community is going on this Saturday at Blue Ridge Pride in Asheville.
Nearly 40 stores in South Carolina are no longer allowed to sell lottery tickets because they operated illegal gambling machines.
An Asheville fire captain who died fighting a fire in Asheville in 2011 is being honored at a NASCAR race in Charlotte.
Buncombe County Deputies are asking for help in identifying the man in the photograph. They want to question him in a homicide investigation…
Greenville County Deputies arrested 35-year-old Wbernel Perez Monday morning.
Communities across the Upstate are collecting supplies, and hope you’ll help.
Overall S.C. schools got a C, with 76 percent of schools meeting the State’s expectations.
Looking to adopt a cat? You can save hundreds right now at the Spartanburg Humane Society.