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Spartanburg, SC, United States

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Past articles by TaTiana:

Traffic Light Safety: How to fix traffic signal issues within Spartanburg city limits

The late Albert Einstein has been widely credited for the saying, “insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.” Thus, the challenge is always to change something for a different outcome. → Read More

Veterans Day events happening across the Upstate, WNC

Communities across the Upstate are planning on holding Veteran's Day events Wednesday. → Read More

Destination Vacation heads to Saluda, North Carolina

Those looking for a day trip, as well as those looking for a weekend getaway can head to the small town of Saluda, North Carolina. While the town may be small, it's full of fun, historical facts, and some pretty good eats. → Read More

Help find missing Anderson Co. woman Linda Davis

Deputies in Anderson County are searching for missing woman Linda Davis. → Read More

Five arrested in connection with protests over Confederate monument in Greenville

Greenville Police announced five arrests in connection with protests over a Confederate monument in downtown Greenville. → Read More

Man faces multiple child pornography charges in McDowell Co.

McDowell County Sheriff's Office officials said a man faces multiple charges related to child pornography. → Read More

HAPPENING NOW: Prisma Health shares update on COVID-19 response

SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Prisma Health is sharing an update on their response to COVID-19 Wednesday morning. Watch the full meeting below of click here. → Read More

Spartanburg program working to start more Black businesses in the city

Spartanburg city data found there are more than 800 Black owned businesses in Spartanburg, which sounds great. But City Hall's Minority Business Development Coordinator, Natasha Pitts, noted that the city has more than 4,000 businesses. → Read More

Golden Globes set Feb. 28 for pandemic-delayed ceremony

The Golden Globes is refusing to let the pandemic get in the way of its party. → Read More

NASA’s newest test pilots are veteran astronauts, friends

The two astronauts who will test drive SpaceX’s brand new rocketship are classmates and friends, veteran spacefliers married to veteran spacefliers, and fathers of young sons. → Read More

Is COVID-19 turning the community against itself?

While several states in the U.S. have started to lift self isolation orders, we have been hearing from many viewers on how local businesses and communities aren't following suggested safety guidelines. → Read More

SC woman creates nonprofit, book & video series to help kids who stutter

SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – There are nearly 3 million Americans who stutter, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). Sherrikka Myers, of South Carolina, started working to help, as many children as possible, who battle with stuttering. Myers created Every 1 Voice Matters, a nonprofit geared towards children who stutter. […] → Read More

Help deputies find missing Nebo woman Hannah English

McDowell County Sheriff’s Office officials are searching for a missing woman. → Read More

Rose Hill Plantation examines 150th anniversary of 15th amendment

The Rose Hill Plantation is continuing its series for Black History month with an event on Saturday, Feb. 8 on the historic site grounds. → Read More

Victim’s dog leads deputies to kidnapping, arson suspect in Polk Co., deputies say

Polk County deputies say a man accused of arson and kidnapping was captured after the victim’s dog led deputies to where he was hiding. → Read More

Man charged after sexual assault in Clemson, police say

Police have charged a man in connection with a sexual assault that happened on January 14 in Clemson. → Read More

Tiger band shares thoughts, memories on heading to 2020 National Championship Game

There are more than 350 members of Clemson University's Tiger Band. → Read More

Minnesota Vikings land spot in Big Game Bound’s Top 5

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (NEXSTAR) — The bye-week breaks are over for the top two seeds in the AFC and NFC after a wild wild-card weekend to open the NFL playoffs. That means it’s back to work for Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens. Same for Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. Jimmy Garoppolo and […] → Read More

Clemson football fans, players share rituals, routines & superstitions to win championship game

No matter if you're on the field, in the stands, or somewhere else cheering on the game, it seems almost everyone has a 'special method' to help bring a game win. → Read More

Girlfriends of R. Kelly fight inside singer’s Chicago condo

Chicago police say two girlfriends of R. Kelly fought inside the embattled singer’s Trump Tower condominium, resulting in one of the combatants getting treated at a nearby hospital. → Read More