A young Army Reserve veteran was on his way to work early this Veterans Day morning when his truck ran off the road, hit a culvert, then collided head-on with a tree.
Every parent knows that, with kids, no two days are the same. For one Anderson man, his alleged armed robbery yesterday got him arrested on the way to school today.
Today is a day that goes down in history. But, it’s not because it’s Armistice Day. Rather the thing people will talk about is the mathematical phenomenon of a date with the same numeral. So, here’s a list of 11 other over-hyped events in history.
The press conference announcement only said it would be about “many bodies,” leaving many to speculate there was a massive murder. Instead they learned about burial options.
A badly damaged SUV was found by police with a bloody windshield but no driver. They found that guy at a home nearly two miles away, suffering from bad injuries.
Lawyers for the National Labor Relations Board are in a heap of trouble today as internal documents released show them laughing at, and deliberately making fun of, the lawsuit itself and a few SC politicians, including our own, Jim DeMint.
After a home in Mooresville, N.C., went up in flames last month, Duke Energy officials are alerting its electric car charger users to stop using their product.
Your guess is as good as ours as to why a woman who lives across the street from a gym decided to fire bullets from her porch at three of the word-out gurus this morning.
Several businesses have banded together to send local World War II veterans on a trip of their lifetime to Washington, D.C., where they toured the monuments, watched the changing of the guard and made more memories with their unique, special bond.
It’s happened to all of us. We’ve pumped gas, but the receipt doesn’t print. Most of us drive away without it, but for one man, going inside to retrieve it paid off big.