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Past articles by Asia:

Dozens without water at Upstate apartment complex

GREENWOOD, SC (WSPA)–Dozens of Greenwood families have been without water since last week’s extreme weather. Ryan Thomas, Greenwood’s Assistant City Manager said 200 residents are without water at the Village at Glenhaven Apartments. “We were made aware yesterday afternoon, that CPW had turned the water off in the entire facility. When we spoke with the […] → Read More

Bracing for the cold: Temporary warming shelter to open in Oconee Co.

Oconee County is gearing up to open its temporary warming shelter on Friday morning. → Read More

Professor sues Furman University over suspension for participation in 2017 ‘Unite the Right’ rally

A professor is suing Furman University following his suspension for participating in the infamous 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. → Read More

Greenville & Duke Energy to provide homeowners bigger subsidies to bury power lines

The City of Greenville and Duke Energy will provide more money to help homeowners bury their power lines. → Read More

Two Upstate non-profits work together to provide fresh food and Christmas gifts to needy families

Christmas will be a little brighter for some Upstate families, thanks to two non-profits. → Read More

Thousands fill Spartanburg’s downtown for A Dickens of a Christmas

Many were able to experience Christmas in the middle of Spartanburg’s Morgan Square on Tuesday night. → Read More

Pickens Co. council votes on the future of Highway 11

Pickens County Council members made a decision about the fate of Highway 11 that runs through its county on Monday night. This comes after council members have been working on a Highway 11 preservation study for that scenic alternative to I-85. → Read More

Paris Mountain State Park is in the process of expanding more than 100 acres

More than one hundred acres could soon be added to Paris Mountain State Park. → Read More

Oconee Co. groups work to reduce domestic violence with community training on how to safely intervene

This time of year, is a time for joy and holiday cheer for some people. However, some said increases in domestic violence cases are seen during this time of year. → Read More

Thanksgiving dinner comes early for hundreds in Greenville

Thanksgiving dinner came a little early for hundreds of people in need. → Read More

Greenville Police to patrol busy commercial corridors during holiday season

With Thanksgiving and Black Friday just days away, Greenville Police are already taking preventive measures in busy commercial areas. → Read More

Greenville City Council passes resolution to promote inclusivity in the LGBTQ+ community

The City of Greenville could soon be a more welcoming place for the LGBTQ+ community. Council unanimously approved a resolution on Monday night, to make that happen. → Read More

Upstate family speaks out after woman and baby found dead

The family of Clarrissa Winchester, spoke to 7NEWS on Friday, after she was found dead with her newborn son Wednesday night. → Read More

South Carolina sheriff arrests 90 in violent crime crackdown

Greenville County Sheriff Hobart Lewis implemented the Uniform Patrol Violent Crime Initiative about four weeks ago. Officials said it’s to curb shootings and violent crime. → Read More

Greenville Co. students “unmasking mental health” by working with Upstate groups

GREENVILLE COUNTY, SC (WSPA) — Some Greenville County students are addressing mental health concerns among their peers. The students are working to tackle the issue by joining forces with the South Carolina Regional Education Center Advisory Board along with Upstate non-profits and businesses. One Greenville County student said there need to be more conversations about […] → Read More

Fall for Greenville begins with food, fun, and music

Many people from across the country packed streets in downtown Greenville for Fall for Greenville. → Read More

Fallen South Carolina firefighter laid to rest after being killed off-duty

The 30-year-old was hit by a car, while trying to put gas in his car on the side of the road. Thursday, many of his fellow Anderson firefighters, family members, and first responders across the Upstate, attended his memorial services. → Read More

Fallen Upstate firefighter laid to rest after off-duty death

The 30-year-old was hit by a car, while trying to put gas in his car on the side of the road. Thursday, many of his fellow Anderson firefighters, family members, and first responders across the Upstate, attended his memorial services. → Read More

Early voting starts soon, state superintendent of education candidates prepare

SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SC (WSPA)–Spartanburg County leaders said Sunday night will the last day to register online to vote in this election. “Today is the eighth of October, and tomorrow is the last day you can register online to vote in this election,” said Kathryn Harvey, Chair of Spartanburg County Democratic Party. “So, that is the […] → Read More

Greenville Co. Council discusses road maintenance fee increase

A road maintenance fee increase is being considered in Greenville County. → Read More