Authorities in Oconee County, South Carolina are asking for the public's help finding a missing teen not seen since Tuesday evening.According to the Oconee County Sheriff's Office, which sent the alert to news agencies in both South Carolina and Georgia, 13-year-old Ariel Ray Underwood left her home on Goat Road sometime between 10 p.m. on May 4 and 7 a.m. on May 5.
Wahl is also accused of accidentally shooting a 10-year-old boy in the foot.Credit: CBS3 “It was quickly determined that this defendant was responsible for this killing, and he was soon apprehended several states away,” Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina said.“It was the solid work of the investigators up here, and the tenacity of the fugitive squad down south, that led to this speedy resolution.
Days after New Indy's request, DHEC's order came down.According to them, the EPA's analysis confirmed the mill was responsible for the odors.In the order, DHEC revealed New Indy sent them a letter on May 5 saying they were addressing the odors, and laid out what the company is expected to do under the order.
Nicholas Wahl faces charges including murder, weapons offenses and aggravated assault, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office.Members of a U.S.Marshals fugitive task force apprehended Wahl on Wednesday at a relative’s apartment in Greenville, South Carolina, authorities said.
South Carolina and Montana residents will be cut off from federal pandemic unemployment benefits next month, with Republican governors in each state claiming the payments have led to a workforce shortage.Economists say that's not the case."Employers are just angry that they are unable to find workers at relatively low wages," Heidi Shierholz, a senior economist and director of policy at the Economic Policy Institute, said in an interview.
ROCK HILL, S.C. (WBTV) - A suspect was airlifted to the hospital after a deputy-involved shooting in York County Friday afternoon.The incident happened on East Highway 324 in Rock Hill, South Carolina around 2:15 p.m.The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division says shots were fired during a confrontation between a man and deputies from the York County Sheriff’s Office.
How to disinfect glasses during COVID-19 pandemic Dr. Barbara Horn, president of the American Optometric Association, said she’s become much more conscious of the cleanliness of her eyewear during the pandemic.“It’s very important,” Horn, an optometrist who lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, told TODAY.
An Army trainee from New Jersey is behind bars in South Carolina, after authorities say he boarded an elementary school bus on Thursday, armed with a gun, and briefly hijacked the vehicle.The incident happened at about 7 a.m., just outside Fort Jackson in Columbia.
South Carolina lawmakers have passed a bill to allow inmates on death row to be executed by firing squad in the absence of lethal injection drugs.When signed into law, it will make South Carolina the fourth state in the country to offer the option as a method of capital punishment.
‘They were being kids,’ says South Carolina sheriff after US military trainee charged with 19 counts of kidnapping An armed military trainee accused of hijacking a school bus let the children off after they frustrated him by asking too many questions, authorities have revealed.Jovan Collazo, 23, a trainee at Fort Jackson in South Carolina, got on the bus at an interstate highway on Thursday before demanding the driver divert to a nearby town.
Unemployment benefits: South Carolina and Montana to end all pandemic unemployment benefits for jobless residents
South Carolina is joining Montana in ending federal pandemic unemployment benefits for its residents next month.The Republican governors of both states say the enhanced jobless programs are dissuading people from returning to the workforce and are creating labor shortages.He noted that he has heard from many employers that they can't find workers, particularly in the health care, construction, manufacturing, and hospitality and leisure industries.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WIS) - Governor Henry McMaster has ordered the termination of South Carolina’s participation in all federal, pandemic-related unemployment benefit programs.This will go into effect on June 30.McMaster directed the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce to take the action in a letter sent to DEW Executive Director Dan Ellzey.
The South Carolina senator reached new heights in his Trump adulation.Content loading... Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) weighed in on the looming Republican purge of Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.)from House leadership over her opposition to former President Donald Trump.Cheney is the latest victim of conservative cancel culture as she’s reportedly on the verge of losing her position as conference chair, the number three Republican in the House, due to her criticism of the former president.
Students in many US states are just returning to classrooms after months of remote learning due to the coronavirus pandemic -- but the move back has come with an unfortunate uptick in gun violence.From the first hours of Thursday, it felt like Groundhog Day — at 7:00 am an Army trainee carrying a rifle hijacked a bus full of elementary school students near Fort Jackson, South Carolina for reasons unknown, before letting them go unharmed.
South Carolina Gov.Henry McMaster (R) has ordered all federal, pandemic-related unemployment programs in the state to end on June 30, citing workforce shortages.McMaster said what was intended to be short-term assistance turned into "dangerous federal entitlement, incentivizing and paying workers to stay at home rather than encouraging them to return to the workplace."
Congress has made life too easy for the unemployed, according to a pair of Republican governors.Content loading... South Carolina will stop federal unemployment benefits at the end of June as Republican Gov.Henry McMaster tries to please businesses that are complaining they can’t find workers.
New Jersey Native Jovan Collazo Accused Of Hijacking School Bus At Gunpoint, Holding Elementary School Students Hostage In South Carolina
It had to be terrifying when a runaway Army recruit got on a school bus and pointed his rifle at the driver, who was responsible for the 18 elementary school students on board.“You can just imagine they were scared to death, along with that bus driver,” Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said.
A Fort Jackson trainee is in custody after a school bus full of students was hijacked in South Carolina, sheriff says
(CNN) A Fort Jackson trainee is in custody after allegedly hijacking a school bus full of students on its way to Forest Lake Elementary School in Columbia, South Carolina, the Richland County sheriff said.Sheriff Leon Lott called the incident "a very scary situation," but said none of the 18 children on board the bus were injured.
First west coast female Marines graduate in San Diego with 53 women completing a 13-week training course alongside 344 men
For the first time in history, a company of women from the west coast became Marines with a graduation Thursday in San Diego.The Marines of Lima Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, is a co-ed company of recruits, the first for the region.The class graduated after completing a 13-week training course and includes 53 women, in addition to 344 men, according to NBC San Diego.