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  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
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Recent articles by Katie:

Ivermectin, two other drugs being tested in MUSC COVID-19 clinical trial

Ivermectin, a drug used to treat parasitic infections, has been getting a lot of attention recently about whether it should be used to treat COVID-19. → Read More

Ivermectin, two other drugs being tested in MUSC COVID-19 clinical trial

Ivermectin, a drug used to treat parasitic infections, has been getting a lot of attention recently about whether it should be used to treat COVID-19. → Read More

Ivermectin, two other drugs being tested in MUSC COVID-19 clinical trial

Ivermectin, a drug used to treat parasitic infections, has been getting a lot of attention recently about whether it should be used to treat COVID-19. → Read More

Ivermectin, two other drugs being tested in MUSC COVID-19 clinical trial

Ivermectin, a drug used to treat parasitic infections, has been getting a lot of attention recently about whether it should be used to treat COVID-19. → Read More

Lowcountry 12-year-old hospitalized for COVID-19 is now off the ventilator

A 12-year-old from Walterboro, who has been hospitalized for weeks at MUSC’s children’s hospital because of COVID-19, is making some progress in her fight against the virus. → Read More

Lowcountry 12-year-old hospitalized for COVID-19 is now off the ventilator

A 12-year-old from Walterboro, who has been hospitalized for weeks at MUSC’s children’s hospital because of COVID-19, is making some progress in her fight against the virus. → Read More

Lowcountry 12-year-old hospitalized for COVID-19 is now off the ventilator

A 12-year-old from Walterboro, who has been hospitalized for weeks at MUSC’s children’s hospital because of COVID-19, is making some progress in her fight against the virus. → Read More

12-year-old girl on ventilator in MUSC’s ICU for COVID-19

A 12-year-old from Walterboro is currently on a ventilator at MUSC’s Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital in downtown Charleston fighting COVID-19. → Read More

Family sues Lowcountry animal exhibit after sloth bites child

A Lowcountry family is suing a private, Charleston-area animal exhibit after an animal there allegedly bit their child’s finger to the bone. → Read More

Sullivan’s Island celebrates Carolina Day

Saturday is Carolina Day, which commemorates the Battle of Sullivan’s Island and the defeat of the British Royal Navy back in 1776. → Read More

Legal expert says MUSC has legal right to require employees to be vaccinated

Midnight on June 15 is the deadline for leaders and care team members who work at the Medical University of South Carolina to be vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Summerville family plans Pride ride after flag stolen twice

A family in Summerville said they are not backing down after their Pride flag was stolen multiple times this month. → Read More

Grant program opens soon to prepare S.C homes for hurricanes, high winds

Applications for the South Carolina Home Mitigation Grant Program are set to open in a few weeks, and officials with the South Carolina Department of Insurance are encouraging you to get prepared for the application now as money will be dispersed quickly. → Read More

EAMC set to close community vaccine clinic

LEE COUNTY, Ala. (WTVM) - After vaccinating tens of thousands of people, the East Alabama Medical Center will be shutting the doors of its community vaccine clinic for good June 14. “It’s kind of bittersweet,” said Bruce Zartman with EAMC. “It’s something we’ve been talking about, hoping about, praying about, that we could close down a mass vaccine clinic because that means we no longer need a… → Read More

Lee County law enforcement remembers fallen officers

Lee County law enforcement remembers fallen officers → Read More

Technology from an Auburn-based materials company used in at-home COVID-19 tests

Auburn-based Aptar CSP Technologies has designed and is producing a special piece of technology that is used in two COVID-19 tests that recently received Emergency Use Authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. → Read More

Auburn University increasing stadium capacity for A-Day football game

Fans said they hope this is a step in the right direction of returning to normal in the pandemic. → Read More

Auburn University increasing stadium capacity for A-Day football game

Fans said they hope this is a step in the right direction of returning to normal in the pandemic. → Read More

East Alabama residents, pharmacists gear up for expanded vaccine eligibility

As of Monday, April 5, most Alabamians will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Residents reflect on year since EF-2 tornado hit Eufaula neighborhood

Families have spent the past 12 months rebuilding, facing unique challenges because of the pandemic. → Read More