Scammers wait for the money to get into your account and call you as bogus debt collectors, to demand you wire it to them.
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The Federal Indictment says the owners of Kingdom Connected Investments, Michael “Bubba” Roush and his wife Dana Roush, took “over one milli…
Organizers released a scorecard of the progress so far showing results.
The lawsuit says the county neglected to keep them from getting sick.
100 people will get a chance to repel from the AC Hotel top balcony to raise money for the cause
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7News investigates what’s behind it, whether it’s legal, and what the city and county plan to do about it.
Students held a prayer service this morning before school and the public is invited to a vigil this evening.
The “Social Host Liability Law” is more strict in NC and Georgia than SC.
County Council is looking into vacant sites that could house courthouse operations for four years while the new Judicial Center is built.
The vote steps from mounting complaints about mold among other reasons.
Some plan to lengthen the school day.
7News takes a look at local flu case numbers
From fake apps to bogus coupons, there are a number of new scams that you’ll want to avoid.
A 7th grader who speaks out about the pain it has caused her, so others know they are not alone.
The pros and cons of going with an independent repair shop
Spartanburg Regional and Clemson ICAR have teamed up to give concussion patients a simulation test that tracks response times.
Investigators say they believe the fire was intentionally set and the are still interviewing witnesses and residents to collect more evidenc…
A lot of people woke up Tuesday morning to freezing pipes. Plumbers throughout the area say they’ve been getting a lot of calls.
It was only 24 degrees when 98 people took the plunge New Year’s Day in Rutherford County, NC
As more people chose to by the small homes, villages continue to pop up and grow
From National Championships to destructive Tornadoes, 2017 has been a year of many ups and downs in the area.
How Upstate schools look to protect students from a shooter on campus.
2 million people’s identities may have been misused in the public comment section on net neutrality.
Stress can show up in unexpected ways like teeth grinding, loss of sleep and overeating. Recognizing it, is half the battle.
A cyber security expert weighs in on the major threats in 2018 like medical data breaches and attacks on products connected to the web.
From knockoff products to lookalike websites, don’t become a victim this Christmas season.
What happened to an Upstate homeowner is a lesson in making sure you know all the details of your policy.
The continuing care sessions are free, lead by a licensed professional, and open to the public.
Black Friday may be over, but the rock bottom deals are still there if you know how to find them.
The school district warns, 7 of the 8 cases are students, and the health department says the problem may get worse before it gets better.
Most new construction is above that price point, so it’s not helping to relieve the shortage.
The list is based on national fatal crash data, and includes both fatalities and drunk driving.
Robocall attacks Mayor White.
The Clerk of Court says it’s still unclear what has caused the 6 health complaints and 3 medical visits. One person was rushed to the hospit…
7News investigates how more than $25,000 taxpayer dollars were sent via wire transfer to scammers, and why the county didn’t make this publi…
Some services charge a membership or delivery fee, others like Walmart Grocery don’t deliver, but the personal shoppers are free.
Police warn, be careful how you vet buyers and sellers online, and always choose a safe place like a police station parking lot to do transa…
Gaffney Police are investigating the city’s fourth major shooting in as many months.
The Spartanburg County Republican Party Chairman is leading the charge, saying since the recession hit, state lawmakers have shortchanged lo…