Daniel J. Gross, The Greenville News

Daniel J. Gross

The Greenville News

Greenville, SC, United States

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Recent articles by Daniel:

Motorcyclist killed after striking SUV in Greenville County crash Saturday

One person was killed when a motorcyclist crashed into an SUV on State 291 in Greenville County early Saturday. → Read More

Secrecy of police body camera footage in SC compounds accountability issues

Though body cameras are once again at the forefront of talks on police reform, South Carolina's law exempts the footage from public disclosure. → Read More

Sweeping civil forfeiture reform could come in SC with case drawing national attention

The Institute for Justice, a national nonprofit law firm, has stepped into a state Supreme Court case that could completely change civil forfeiture in → Read More

22-year-old Greenville County EMT, on front lines of pandemic, dies from coronavirus

The coronavirus "seems to only threaten the elderly and then a perfectly healthy man in his 20s passes from it. It becomes real," said a coworker. → Read More

5 'dealers of death' charged in pill press operation at Simpsonville home

Five people were arrested Tuesday as law enforcement dismantled a large-scale pill press operation in Simpsonville. → Read More

Looking for a COVID-19 test? Here's what to know before you go

More people are heading to hospitals and medical clinics for COVID-19 testing. Here's what to know before you show up. → Read More

Simpsonville homeowner shot through front door sues Greenville sheriff's deputy

Deputy Kevin Azzara shot homeowner Dick Tench through his front door window after showing up for a medical alarm call. → Read More

Greer firefighter on leave without pay as city investigates social media post

A Greer Fire Battalion Chief's future with the city is in the hands of the city administrator and human resources department after a social media post → Read More

George Floyd, protests reignite push for civilian oversight of Greenville law enforcement

A petition calling for the creation of a civilian oversight board for the Greenville County Sheriff's Office has drawn support. → Read More

What made Greenville different than Columbia and Charleston in George Floyd protests?

Greenville saw a fraction of the arrests in two days of protest in comparison to Columbia and Charleston. → Read More

22-year-old Greenville County EMT, on front lines of pandemic, dies from coronavirus

Nearly three years ago to the day, John Paul Granger shared a blue EMS symbol on his Facebook page. These words were included: "I gave up my life to → Read More

Greenville Co. drive-by shooting suspect arrested after SWAT standoff in Laurens Co.

A Greenville County drive-by shooting suspect was arrested after a SWAT standoff in Gray Court Thursday. → Read More

SC restaurants are reopening Monday. Here’s what you need to know

On Monday, a dine-in option will once again be on the table for South Carolina's restaurants and bars. → Read More

SC restaurants are reopening Monday. Here’s what you need to know

On Monday, a dine-in option will once again be on the table for South Carolina's restaurants and bars. → Read More

Man on SC death row for rape, murder of Clemson student to be re-sentenced after 15 years

A state Supreme Court judge ruled that Jerry Buck Inman, who murdered a 20-year-old Clemson student in 2006, should be re-sentenced by a jury. → Read More

Alleged gunman dead after Greenville police return fire inside law office

A man is dead after a Greenville police officer exchanged gunfire with another person early Saturday, according to the Greenville Police Department → Read More

Bats in South Carolina don't spread coronavirus to humans, expert says

Bats are not at risk to exacerbate the coronavirus pandemic in South Carolina, an expert says. → Read More

Bats in South Carolina don't spread coronavirus to humans, expert says

Bats are not at risk to exacerbate the coronavirus pandemic in South Carolina, an expert says. → Read More

She barely left her home to stay safe from coronavirus — then a tornado destroyed it: Rebuilding during a pandemic

Battered by tornadoes, people across the South rally to help each other despite the looming risks of COVID-19. → Read More

Fewer arrests, offenders released: Coronavirus changed the justice system in Greenville SC

A side effect of the deadly coronavirus has been a change in the justice system in Greenville County. → Read More