Edward Moody, WSAV News 3

Edward Moody

WSAV News 3

Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Edward:

Police: 1 man shot near City Market early Sunday morning

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — One man was shot and injured in the City Market area early Sunday morning. The Savannah Police Department (SPD), says the man was shot near Congress and Jefferson streets, just before 12:30 Sunday morning. SPD says the man’s injuries are non-life-threatening. Police are continuing to investigate and no further details were […] → Read More

Murdaugh booked in SC, awaits court for charges related to former maid

RICHLAND COUNTY, S.C. (WSAV) — Alex Murdaugh arrived back in South Carolina Saturday following his arrest in Orlando earlier this week. Murdaugh faces two charges of obtaining property by false pretenses, according to the arrest warrants. The papers show that two checks were written moving insurance settlement money that was supposed to go to Gloria […] → Read More

GBI investigating deadly officer involved shooting in Evans County

CLAXTON Ga. (WSAV) – A high speed chase led to a deadly officer involved shooting in Evans County Friday night. According to the GBI – 29 year-old Ramone Dwight sped away from a license checkpoint at around 10:30 p.m., at highways 129 and 169 while shooting at law enforcement. Officers chased Dwight, reaching speeds over […] → Read More

Free vaccination event targets Savannah’s Black community

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Savannah’s Armor Up initiative is fighting an uphill battle to get more people in Chatham County vaccinated, especially in the Black community. Just under 43% of the county’s Black population has had at least one vaccine dose. That’s the lowest of any of the county’s racial groups. “Our mission is to […] → Read More

Community comes together for 27th Yemassee Shrimp Festival

YEMASSEE, S.C. (WSAV) — It was a shrimp lover’s dream Saturday in Yemassee at the 27th annual Shrimp Festival. People enjoyed marching bands, a car show, a carnival and even a street dance. Dozens of vendors toy, food, and of course lots of shrimp — anyway they wanted. Organizers say the event is vital to […] → Read More

Ga. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger advocates for citizenship voting amendment

ATLANTA (WSAV) – Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is calling for a change to the state’s constitution, spelling out that only U.S. citizens are allowed to vote in Georgia elections. Some say the move is a political ploy. “The petition is clear and simple. Only U.S. citizens should be voting in U.S. elections,” Raffensperger, a […] → Read More

Health leader gives warning as Savannah waits to learn impact of Labor Day

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The head of the Coastal Health District says it’s still too early to know if we’ve seen the worst of the fourth wave of infections. Officials continue to wait to see numbers following the labor day weekend. Labor day weekend crowds were plentiful in and around Savannah, bringing in much needed […] → Read More

Some SCCPSS bus drivers feel bullied, betrayed by district and union

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – With concerns about COVID safety, being paid for the hours they actually work and retirement benefits, Savannah-Chatham County school bus drivers hit the picket line last Friday. By Tuesday, dozens called out sick. By Wednesday, most were back on the job. “We don’t have a choice, because we’ve got families to […] → Read More

Bulloch County schools to close for 1 day to allow students, staff COVID shots

BULLOCH COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) — Bulloch County schools will close on Friday, to allow students and staff to get a COVID-19 vaccination shot. The district is taking advantage of the governor’s statewide vaccine holiday scheduled on Sept. 3. All after-school activities are still scheduled that day. The Bulloch County Health Department will also offer a […] → Read More

Educational Talent Search now enrolling SCCPSS students

SAVANNAH. Ga. (WSAV) – With a mission to encourage and empower, Educational Talent Search at Savannah State University is looking for 750 students within the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System. Many will be the first in their family to attend college. “Most of the students that we work with are low-income, first generational students, who […] → Read More

Local events pivot after city revokes permits for large gatherings

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Several local organizations are scrambling to make changes to upcoming events after Mayor Van Johnson announced the city is pulling permits. The Savannah Jazz Festival is a 40 year tradition in the Hostess City. During that time, organizers have embodied the phrase “the show must go on” — even in a […] → Read More

Step Up Savannah receives help in battle against poverty

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Even with all the economic setbacks during the pandemic, Step Up Savannah is still working to help people break the cycle of poverty. Step Up Savannah recently got some help from Bank of America to the tune of $10,000. The money from the Bank of America Foundation will support Step Up […] → Read More

After mask mandate, Savannah’s mayor warns of potential next steps

Savannah Mayor Van Johnson isn't pulling any punches about his decision to reinstate the mask mandate and what else he's willing to do to get infection rates back down. → Read More

Major fire in Burton causes damage to home

BURTON, S.C. (WSAV) — Burton Firefighters responded to a major house fire where someone was believed to be trapped inside. The Burton Fire District (BFD), said it happened around 5:30 on Saturday morning at a home on Morrall Drive. Initially, firefighters were told the person who lives there was still inside but after searching three […] → Read More

Savannah man dead in officer-involved shooting, GBI investigating

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — An officer-involved shooting Saturday night in Savannah left a 36-year-old man dead. The Savannah Police Department (SPD) said officers pulled a car over the driver drove through a stop sign on E. Bolton Street around 9:30 p.m. Officers and the driver were talking outside of the car while the passenger of […] → Read More

Walthourville students gear up for return to school

WALTHOURVILLE, Ga. (WSAV) — Students in Walthourville got a jump start on getting ready to go back to school while enjoying some time outside with their families. Walthourville’s Public Safety Department hosted the Future Leaders Return to School event, at Johnnie Frasier Park. Organizers handed out about 200 backpacks filled with school supplies donated by […] → Read More

Dump truck hits overpass on Veterans Parkway

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) — Traffic was delayed Saturday morning on Veterans Parkway after police say a dump truck ran into an overpass. According to Chatham County Police, the bed of the dump truck was up when it hit the overpass at Buckhalter Road. Officers said the driver had only minor injuries and the bridge […] → Read More

I-95 crash in Camden Co. causes traffic back up for at least 50 miles

CAMDEN COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) — A serious crash on I-95 in Camden County has northbound traffic backed up for at least 50 miles. A semi-truck and several other vehicles crashed near mile marker 16, according to the Camden County Sheriff’s Office. The Georgia Department of Public Safety tweeted that the crash is deadly. Officials did […] → Read More

UPDATE: Port Wentworth boil water advisory lifted

PORT WENTWORTH, Ga. (WSAV) — A boil water advisory in effect for some Port Wentworth residents was lifted Tuesday. The city issued the precautionary advisory Saturday following an incident with the water system. City officials said some residents experienced very low water pressure because of a valve malfunction. However, water pressure was stabilized on Saturday. […] → Read More

Boil water advisory in Port Wentworth

PORT WENTWORTH, Ga. (WSAV) — Some residents in Port Wentworth are experiencing very low water pressure because of a valve malfunction, according to City Officials. The officials said those experiencing water outages or low water pressure should boil their tap water for drinking, cooking, preparing food. giving to pets or brushing their teeth. Boil the […] → Read More