The temperature, how you arrange the food, and how often you clean the inside of your refrigerator and freezer can affect your health. Jeff Olsen speaks with a registered dietitian from the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program about a plan for a healthy refrigerator-freezer.
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Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors
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York dog attack victim puts up Christmas decorations after his recovery
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Lawyer claims Lancaster killing of teen was accident; prosecutors differ
Judge denies bond for one in murder case of Lancaster Co. deputy's brother
York parade-goers' Christmas spirit not dampened by rain, cold temps
Buddy Owens, 72, a Vietnam War combat veteran from York, was attacked by dogs in December 2016, while he was putting up Christmas decorations. He endured three surgeries and skin grafts on his left arm to repair the damage. Owens put the lights up again this year following his recovery. He said the outpouring of love from people who found out about the attack has inspired him, and he wanted to thank all who reached out to him in the spirit of Christmas.
A Rock Hill man injured in a Thanksgiving Day armed standoff with police was released from the hospital and arrested Thursday night. Jacob Dean Patterson, 30, of 515 Hutchinson St., was been denied bond in a Friday hearing and is charged with five counts of pointing and presenting a firearm, police said.
A handful of friends and family gathered at the gravesite of Pearl Harbor survivor L.C. Rice of York County to pay tribute to those who survived and died at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Members of the VFW Post 2889 performed a 21-gun salute at the memorial at Grandview Memorial Park Thursday. Thursday marked the 76th anniversary of Pearl Harbor.
The victim in a Lancaster County murder allegedly by a convicted drug dealer was confirmed Thursday as the brother of the county’s police drug unit supervisor, forcing the case to be handled by the attorney general’s office instead of local prosecutors.
Joel McLemore, 29, was shot in the head Sept. 27 on a porch in Lancaster. Three people were charged.
The lawyer for a man charged with murder in the August shooting death of a Lancaster 17-year-old said it was an accidental shooting in court Thursday. The attorney argued the suspects' car was shot at first. But prosecutors say there is no verification that the people involved were shot at by others in another vehicle.
An anonymous person dropped a coin worth $1,200 into a Salvation Army red kettle during a local fundraiser held at a Tega Cay Wal-Mart. The coin was appraised at a local Brownlee Jewelers store. The coin will likely be sold and all proceeds will go toward funding year-round programs and social services, according to Lt. Mike McGee.
Northwestern wide receiver Jordan Starkes could have played college football but he chose not to. He explains why in this video from Myrtle Beach where Starkes is playing in the Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl, more commonly known as the North-South always-star game.
Two dozen students from the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind gave a festive concert performance at the Lions Club of River Hills' Christmas dinner on Tuesday. The club donated $5,000 to the school, which is located in Spartanburg.
Hundreds of bundled-up kids and adults lined Congress Street Wednesday in York for the annual Christmas parade. The parade was shorter than previous years due to rain and colder weather. The York Comprehensive High School band arrived to march in the parade but packed up when the rain became heavier.
RiKoya Anderson signed her national letter of intent to play college basketball at Winthrop on Dec. 6, 2017. She talked about the rebuilding process underway at Winthrop and playing for women’s basketball legend Lynette Woodard.