Meredith Stutz, WSAV News 3

Meredith Stutz

WSAV News 3

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Past articles by Meredith:

HONORING THE FALLEN: Memorial service held for local Army Ranger

Less than a week after a local Army Ranger was killed in Afghanistan, friends, family and even strangers gathered in Savannah to pay their respects at his funeral. → Read More

Red Cross issues "emergency blood shortage," urgent call for donors

Every two seconds a person in the United State is in need of a blood transfusion. → Read More

Savannah Police identify body found in SUV

Savannah Police have identified a body found in an SUV on Montgomery Cross Road in June. → Read More

It's official. Savannah's fire fee is gone.

July 5th will serve as a marker in the recent history for the City of Savannah. → Read More

ONLY ON 3: Viewers pitch in to help replace elderly woman's broken A/C unit

Thanks to the help of strangers, one Savannah woman is now able to enjoy air conditioning in the front of her home again. → Read More

SPD recruit officers recount locating missing toddler

A toddler is alive and recovering after being discovered in a wooded area. → Read More

To rezone or not to rezone?

Neighbors on Isle of Hope are, indeed, hoping their elected leaders represent them well in the weeks to come. → Read More

ON YOUR SIDE: Veteran's CAT troubles reveal bigger issue

A bumpy road continues to emerge for the Chatham Area Transit. → Read More

SCCPSS board amends Operation Beacon volunteer policy

School board members voted to change a policy that turned some volunteers away from Operation Beacon with the Savannah-Chatham Public School System. → Read More

ONLY ON 3: Guyton woman works to reunite lost photos with mystery family

One Effingham County woman is receiving praise for going the extra mile for a family she has never met. → Read More

GA lawmaker calls for 'relocation' of President St. homeless camp

For the second time, a Georgia lawmaker is calling on local leaders to help 'beautify' the entrances to the city of Savannah. → Read More

Georgia primary preview: What to expect on your ballot

Tuesday is election and primary day for the state of Georgia. → Read More

Teacher to fulfill six-year promise to Islands valedictorian

It's that time again where people are gathering all over the world to celebrate the Class of 2018. → Read More

Michigan woman granted dying wish to visit Savannah

Over the past 285 years, Savannah has been graced by visits from presidents, athletes and actors. → Read More

Police seek suspect in St. Jude Dream Home burglary

The St. Jude Dream Home, built to benefit the Children’s Research Hospital, was broken into Monday night. → Read More

OPERATION SAFE CHILDREN: Effingham County family speaks publicly after son's drowning

Summer is just around the corner and kids are jumping into another season of fun in the water. → Read More

OPERATION SAFE CHILDREN: Protecting your kids from household poisons

May is Children Poison Prevention Month. → Read More

ONLY ON 3: Family of fallen soldier briefed on Niger ambush investigation

Nearly seven months after four Green Berets were killed in an ISIL ambush, the families of the fallen are getting answers as to what happened in the attack. → Read More

Savannah mom pleads with city to release video in police-involved shooting

A Savannah mother made a statement in front of city officials Thursday, calling on the council to support the release of body camera video from a police-involved shooting in January. → Read More

State senator calls on DOJ to investigate officer-involved shooting in Savannah

Georgia State Senator Lester Jackson is calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate an officer-involved shooting in Savannah. → Read More