Stefany Bornman, WSPA 7 On Your Side

Stefany Bornman

WSPA 7 On Your Side

Spartanburg, SC, United States

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Past articles by Stefany:

Emergency crews responding to house fire near Powdersville

Emergency officials responded early Friday morning to a house fire near Powdersville. → Read More

Arkansas officer fatally shot outside station, suspect dead

A police officer has been fatally shot outside a police station in northwestern Arkansas and the suspected gunman is dead, officials said. → Read More

Walmart shoppers threaten boycott after discovering employees aren’t paid extra to work Thanksgiving

The world’s largest retailer is facing a shopper boycott after it was revealed Wednesday that Walmart doesn’t pay its staff extra to work the holidays. → Read More

Community steps up to save Thanksgiving for homeless families in Anderson

The Salvation Army Anderson put out of a call for help on Thanksgiving after volunteers canceled, but the community stepped up to help. → Read More

Seneca Police search for armed, dangerous attempted murder suspect

Seneca Police are currently searching for an attempted murder suspect who they say is armed and dangerous. → Read More

Deputies seek suspect in Greenville Co. store armed robbery

Greenville County deputies are seeking help identifying a suspect who committed an armed robbery. → Read More

Homeless shelters only serve families, not individuals in Greer

As the Upstate continues to grow, so does its need for resources to help the homeless. → Read More

No more horse attacks reported in Upstate, officials say

Animal control investigators are debunking rumors of more horse attacks in the Upstate. → Read More

SC ends ‘Cash Madness’ scratch-off game due to issue with tickets

South Carolina lottery officials said a Cash Madness scratch-off game is ending after only one day due to an issue with the tickets. → Read More

Veterans honored at 4th annual Upstate Salute in Greenville

The fourth annual Upstate Salute, honoring veterans in the Upstate, was held Sunday at Fluor Field in Greenville. → Read More

Gaffney city council tables annexation vote for Veteran Nursing Facility

Gaffney City Council tabled a petition to annex a multimillion-dollar facility for Veterans. → Read More

Man dies at hospital after shooting on Amherst Dr. in Spartanburg

A man has died at the hospital after a shooting Friday afternoon along Amherst Drive in Spartanburg, police say. → Read More

Sex offender with severed penis faces new sexual assault charges in 2015 case

A convicted sex offender is behind bars facing more charges from a sexual assault investigators say happened in 2015. → Read More

‘Plan Greenville County’ unveiled, community gets first look

Plan Greenville County, the final version of the comprehensive plan, was unveiled on Thursday. → Read More

Upstate transgender woman’s experience raises questions about bathroom accommodations

A transgender woman says she was asked by the manager of a local restaurant to use the men's bathroom. → Read More

Doctor fears shortage of childhood cancer treatment drug could cause relapse

An Upstate family tells 7News they worry a drug shortage could cause their 5-year-old battling Leukemia to relapse. → Read More

Voters try out new state voting machines

GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – Ahead of the upcoming presidential primary election South Carolinians are testing out the new voting machines. On Sunday, Amy Dixon tried out the new state voting machines at Tabernacle Baptist Church. The NAACP Chapter of Greenville invited the community to demo the new software. During the demo, voters selected their favorite […] → Read More

Bridge closure increasing emergency response time in Cherokee County

Deteriorating infrastructure is increasing emergency response time in Cherokee County. → Read More

Upstate farmers using winter hay supply to feed livestock amid drought

LAURENS COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – Farmers in Laurens County are praying for rain amid a drought that they say is draining them financially. Hay sales have been through the roof at Verdin’s Farm and Garden. “It’s going to be tough to find hay when we need it later on,” said Store Manager Whitson Verdin. “I […] → Read More

SC Education Dept. awards $11M for SROs, 51 for Upstate

The S.C. Department of Education is pouring millions of dollars into school security. → Read More