While some students have been busy building homecoming floats, hundreds have been busy building a new home for a family in need.
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Dozens of cyclists raced through Greenville to raise money for Parkinson’s Disease research.
Two people were injured after a motorcycle and pickup truck collided on Saturday night, according to S.C. Highway Patrol.
Actor and comedian Marlon Wayans is in the Upstate to perform a series of shows at The Comedy Zone.
The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office reports one person was shot early Saturday morning.
Downtown Spartanburg is seeing a huge boom of investment with around $125 million worth of projects under construction.
The Greenville Humane Society is getting ready to open a new building that will help it save more animals than ever.
GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – Every year Euphoria brings the top chefs from across the country to the Upstate for four days of food, music and fun…
GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – A local program is empowering young girls through running. The Girls On The Run program helps girls build up their s…
In South Carolina, 1000 people are on the waiting list for a life-saving transplant. 900 of those are in need of a kidney.
GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – Hispanic Heritage Month is in full swing across the country. The annual celebration honors generations of Hispanic A…
As of 5 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Duke Energy reports 37,000 outages in South Carolina.
The 2017 Dacusville Farm Show came to a close on Sunday with an entire field of antique farming equipment on display.
The Goodwill Goodguides program pairs mentors with at-risk youth to help them make better decisions in life.
A boil water advisory was lifted for residents in Williamston, S.C. as of 8 a.m. on Saturday morning.
An Upstate mother is coping with the loss of her son by giving back to the community.
It’s believed about 100,000 people drove into Greenville County for the day just to watch the total solar eclipse on August 21.
Law enforcement from across the Upstate came together for a softball tournament in honor of fallen officers.
India Day will feature food, dancing, exhibits and more to share Indian culture with the Upstate.
The Meyer Center is bringing students with special needs and their neurotypical peers into the same classroom.
More than 700 students returned for the first day of school and were greeted by dozens of volunteers from the community cheering them on as …
From engineering to health sciences, students get hands on experience in their programs.
The three day event features brand new exhibits geared at making learning about the eclipse fun for the whole family.
Ten finalists were selected last fall when schools and centers nominated their choices.
Students will use Rosetta Stone in the classroom and at home to learn their choice of Spanish, French, German, Japanese or Mandarin Chinese.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – A new business is bringing a whole new audience to a revitalized mill project in Spartanburg. Burn Bootcamp opene…
The exotic animal convention features snakes, lizards and more.
Panthers Training Camp is in full swing.
A local health center is helping families in the Upstate get ready to head back to school.
From places to eat, sights to see and things to do, the Hub City is packed with plenty of ways to make your visit a touchdown.
Police arrested a father and son in connection with the attack.
The window of a Greenville County Sheriff’s Deputy’s car was shot out while responding to a call on Saturday night.
TAYLORS, S.C. (WSPA) – Allstate Insurance is hosting a free safety awareness day in honor of a fallen Upstate officer. The Brian Donnelly Sa…
Greenville’s own Olympian Sandi Morris will return to compete in the Liberty Bridge Jump Off.
The project is raising money for the park by selling sculptures to businesses and individuals.
BEREA, S.C. (WSPA) – A Greenville summer camp is breaking down the barriers between law enforcement and at-risk youth. The Greenville County…
Drivers will see lanes shift on I-85 North in Spartanburg county from mile markers 69 to 77.
The South Carolina Peach Festival runs through July 22
More than 50 children are putting their battles with cancer on hold for a few days of fun and relaxation.
School may be out for the summer, but hundreds of students are going back to class on Tuesday for lessons that could save their lives.