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Why it’s easier than ever to fool drivers, and what you need to know to avoid becoming a victim.
They may take the form of gummies, lollypops, suckers and toys.
The board that oversees Greenville Hospital System plans to give $4 in GHS dollars each year to non-profits over 20 years to fund initiative…
One new phishing scam is fooling 90% of targets right now.
The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office says scam calls claiming to be from an officer say if you don’t pay the fine you will end up in jail
Spartanburg Co. will likely ask for a penny sales tax to pay for the construction
A bold move by a company that makes body cameras could impact a lot of communities in the Upstate and across the country.
Spartanburg police are investigating a string of break-ins at medical facilities within the last few days.
Many contractors flock to areas with storm damage, but will be long gone by the time their work fails.
A widely popular Upstate grocery store rewards card is coming to an end.
The Sheriff’s office and the city police are working together to see if the same robber is behind all four hold-ups.
A jury found the South Carolina Department of Social Services grossly negligent for failing to investigate reports of suspected child abuse.
When a severe hail storm hits like it did this week, you may be wondering if you should file a claim, and how much that could affect your in…
The Union Co. Sheriff says the scammers were using the stolen card numbers in neighboring states.
7News found both sides, including all of county council, now agree the only permanent solution is to build a new courthouse.
Milliken has invented a new repellent fabric that is all plant based, no potentially harmful chemicals.
It’s three days after the time change and a lot of us are feeling it but it’s often the kids who suffer the most.
Scam callers are impersonating your credit card company’s fraud department
February was the 2nd warmest on record in the Upstate and now we are facing another cold snap.
For some homeowners desperate to sell their homes, a Greenville real estate investment company seemed like the answer to their prayers.
She’s sharing her story so you won’t become a victim.
Three people have died in two days, all hit by cars at different intersections in Greenville County, and one of those was a hit and run.
With a twist of the red hose, and lot of applause, the new Verdae Fire Station One officially opened Friday in Greenville’s East Side.
The study found the trackers can be misleading and also cause more worry.
And what to avoid until later in the year.
A Taylors teenager is out nearly $4,000 after a scammer found her phone number on a Greenville County Schools’ website and it’s a warning ev…
The owner explains why he sends workers out every week day, but hasn’t actually hired anyone in the two years the company has been in busine…
They say the video alone does not show justification for the shooting. Audio release to follow next week.
And unlike last summer, the prices won’t likely stay flat.
Specialist Jon-Michael Chance of Spartanburg had not seen Mallory in 259 days.
Find useful links to help ID theft victims in this story.
But is unlimited really unlimited… not quite.
To let your representative know how it impacts your wallet look for a link at the end of this story.
Gibson speaks with 7News about how he plans to honor his contracts, but court records show financial difficulties.
A local florist reveals what you need to know before you order anywhere.
A natural gas pipeline that would cross much of the Upstate got the green light from the Federal government but not everyone is happy about …
Pamela Evette created a local business that hit the billion dollar mark within a decade and a half.
Spartanburg County has the 5th highest rate of homelessness in the state, and more than 40,000 people below the poverty line.
They say he has failed to return their calls and emails for months, despite paying in full.