Laurel Mallory, WTOC11

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Recent articles by Laurel:

SPD looking for 30-year-old man in need of medical attention

The Savannah Police Department is looking for 30-year-old Yousef Abdi. → Read More

SC senator plans to file legislation to designate Juneteenth a state holiday

Juneteenth marks the day in 1865 when the last slaves in the south, who were in Texas, found out they were free. → Read More

SC sets another record high: 687 new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday, 13 more deaths

The recent spike in cases is not just due to more testing, DHEC said. → Read More

Kelly Clarkson seeks divorce from husband of nearly 7 years

The singer, talk show host and judge on “The Voice” filed court papers to end the marriage under her married name Kelly Blackstock on June 4 in Los Angeles. → Read More

SC governor allowing tourist attractions to reopen Friday, May 22

Attractions large and small may reopen on Friday, in time for Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Gov. McMaster discusses plans to reopen more businesses

Gov. Henry McMaster is expected to take questions following Wednesday’s accelerateSC task force meeting. → Read More

Police find 6-year-old boy tied up in Dallas shed; grandmother, boyfriend arrested

The 6-year-old told officers the alleged abuse started around the time he “got out of school for this corona thing.” → Read More

SC gyms, hair salons, barbershops and more may reopen beginning May 18

Close-contact businesses have been closed since April 1. They can reopen with a limited capacity, the governor said. → Read More

West Wing visitors, staff need to wear masks

A memo sent to all staff outlined the new directive Monday after two staffers last week tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Gov. McMaster lifts mandatory ‘home or work’ order; outdoor dining at restaurants opens Monday

Social distancing must be observed by restaurants who offer outdoor dining. → Read More

President declares disaster for April tornadoes allowing SC residents to apply for aid

The aid will help pay for damage left by 23 tornadoes that touched down in early April. → Read More

President declares disaster for April tornadoes allowing SC residents to apply for aid

The aid will help pay for damage left by 23 tornadoes that touched down in early April. → Read More

Catholic Diocese set to allow in-person masses in SC beginning May 11

Masses are currently virtual due to the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Zoom gathering for African American students at UofSC interrupted by racist images, language

UofSC President Bob Caslen called what happened “absolutely unacceptable and disgusting.” → Read More

Numerous South Carolina businesses may now reopen, beaches can reopen Tuesday at noon

Gov. Henry McMaster has announced his plan to reopen South Carolina beaches and certain non-essential retail stores. → Read More

S.C. lab providing free COVID-19 testing to all first responders

The tests are for those who don’t qualify for testing based on the existing criteria, but who believe they may have been exposed. → Read More

S.C. governor to address coronavirus response, deadly storms at 5:30 p.m.

Gov. Henry McMaster is looking at storm damage Monday and will later hold a news conference. → Read More

All WIC services now available over the phone in S.C.

Starting Monday, April 13, all WIC appointments and services will be made by phone. → Read More

Gov. McMaster issues mandatory stay-at-home order to fight coronavirus outbreak in S.C.

The governor will speak at 4 p.m. Monday from the state’s Emergency Operations Center. → Read More

Kroger to limit number of customers inside stores to help reduce spread of coronavirus

Kroger is the latest grocery chain to reduce the maximum number of customers allowed in its supermarkets. → Read More