Sophia Radebaugh, WSPA 7 On Your Side

Sophia Radebaugh

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Recent articles by Sophia:

Anderson Co. EMS meeting needs amid major growth

Response times for emergency services in Anderson County have improved, but call volume has increased. → Read More

Retail and dining center starting to take shape in Anderson

A retail and dining center in Anderson is finally coming to life after months of anticipation. → Read More

SCDOT hopes Woodruff Road project will clear congestion

If you live in the Upstate you’ve probably sat in traffic on Woodruff Road a handful of times. → Read More

New outdoor sports facility coming soon to Anderson County

Big changes to the sports world are coming to Anderson County soon. → Read More

Animal shelter feeling effects from abuse investigations

Anderson County PAWS is jam-packed as it is, but more so now after two large animal seizures in the Upstate. → Read More

Clemson University adds significant safety measures to classrooms

Going into lockdown is something Clemson University’s police chief, Greg Mullen, said they haven’t had to do in about a year. → Read More

Soldier flown back to the Upstate to be buried after tragic death

A young soldier from the Upstate, 21-year-old River Bowling, lost his life while serving in the National Guard. → Read More

Fire marshal deems Clemson apartment complex as an “unsafe structure”

A couple of months ago we covered infrastructure issues at an apartment complex in Clemson, Dockside Apartments. → Read More

Upstate sheriff’s office gives tips on avoiding home break-ins after Christmas

Now that Christmas is over, a lot of people are spending the week cleaning up their holiday trash. → Read More

Disabled veteran given special gift from the community

Tony Childress, a 36-year-old veteran who served in the Air Force, had his life change forever when he was diagnosed with stage 4 multiple sclerosis. → Read More

Starbucks employees plan to strike for three days in Upstate

Current and former employees at the Clemson Boulevard Starbucks are joining a nationwide strike against the company. → Read More

Large development in Pickens Co. up in the air

Pickens County is getting some pushback from residents about major development plans. → Read More

Heavy rainfall causes flooding issues in Unity Park

Everyone has certainly gotten some great use out of their umbrellas this week. → Read More

New dash cam technology coming to Anderson Police Department

It’s out with the old and in with the new at the Anderson Police Department. → Read More

Prominent figure for Upstate law enforcement officers retires

George Ducworth has had a hand in the arena of law for a long time, and now he’s hanging up his hat after a 45-year career. → Read More

Upstate foundation auctioning off Taylor Swift tickets to support cause

Project Hope is one of largest nonprofits in the state that exists to meet the needs of patients with autism, and now through their organization, you could be seeing Taylor Swift in Atlanta. → Read More

Traveling exhibit that honors 5 lynching victims completed

ANDERSON, S.C. (WSPA)- Edward Sullivan, Elbert Harris, John Laddison, Reuben Elrod, and Willis Jackson. Those are the names of the five known lynching victims identified in Anderson County, between the years 1894 and 1911. “It was tragic, it should not have happened. We hope it never happens again,” Member of Anderson Area Remembrance and Reconciliation […] → Read More

Clemson getting ready for rivalry game

The rivalry game so many in the state have been waiting for is almost here. → Read More

South Carolina Highway Patrol gives safety tips before holiday travel

GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – Lots of people are about to hit the roadways to make it to their Thanksgiving destination. Whether you’re traveling close to home or to a different state, expect to see lots of traffic on the highways. “We expect to see about 840,000 people on the road,” AAA Director of Public Affairs […] → Read More

Clemson creating enhanced experience for football tailgaters

The athletics department will repave, add plaques along tiger walk, put statues and a new entrance banner at the front of the lot, and enhance the landscaping. → Read More