Krystyne Brown, WSPA 7 On Your Side

Krystyne Brown

WSPA 7 On Your Side

Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Krystyne:

Memorial Grows as Upstate Pays Respects to Fallen Officer Jacobs

People across the Upstate continue to pay their respects to fallen Greenville Police Officer Allen Jacobs. The memorial surrounding his patrol car outside the Law Enforcement center continues to grow. → Read More

Anderson Co. ranked as a burglary capital in the U.S.

A national real estate website says Anderson County is one of the burglary capitals of the US. For years now, business owners have been struggling with thieves and petty crime. → Read More

"Justice For Amara" Group wants changes to animal abuse ordinance

Supporters behind “Justice for Amara” faced the Anderson County council, pressing for changes to be made to laws at the county and state level. → Read More

Safe meeting places available for online sales in Anderson

A social media sale went south in Anderson County, ending in a shooting at the Anderson Jockey Lot Monday. The victim told deputies he and his girlfriend were meeting someone they met over Facebook... → Read More

Marco Rubio greeted by large Easley crowd, feels good about debate

Less than 24 hours after the GOP Debate in downtown Greenville, Senator Marco Rubio was greeted by a cheering crowd of over 1,500 in Easley. → Read More

No Charges For Previous Owner of Amara, Boxer Blinded By Shot in The Head

The 10th Circuit Solicitors office says state law only outlines requirements for shelters on euthanasia, but there are no guidelines for pet owners. The County leaders say their ordinance does not supersede state law. → Read More

Justice for Amara: Dog shot in face, starved recovering in WNC

A dog left for dead in Anderson County is now on the road to recovery. Amara, the two-year old boxer, was found starving with a gunshot wound between the eyes in Townville. → Read More

Coroner, Mauldin Police Respond to Shooting at Bojangles

The Greenville County Coroner's Office and Police say they are responding to a shooting at a Mauldin Bojangles. → Read More

Upstate Baby Born In Car On Interstate During Winter Storm

A lot of us stayed off the icy roads Saturday morning. But one Anderson County woman was forced to travel interstate-85 so her baby could be born at AnMed Health. Though, the baby had other plans. → Read More

Burglar Caught On Camera Breaking Into Upstate Home

A burglar is caught on camera rummaging through one Upstate family's home while they're away. The Anderson County Sheriff's Office says it's not the only house that's been hit. → Read More

Black Ice Still A Potential Threat On Upstate Roads

Now that the snow and sleet moved out of the Upstate, there’s still another threat for drivers. The sun melted the wintery mix on many of the main roads Saturday afternoon. But as the temperatures ... → Read More

Scammers Targeting Upstate Grandparents

Clemson Police have had several calls from people who lost thousands of dollars to thieves, who posed as loved ones or law enforcement. → Read More

Law Provides Safe Haven For Both Unwanted Babies And Their Mothers

An Upstate mother is charged with murder after a newborn is found dead in an Anderson County field. Now the Sheriff is reminding people about the South Carolina's "Safe Haven" law as another option for those who may have unwanted newborn babies. → Read More

Pendleton Seamstress Gets Gear Ready for National Championship

It’s a lot of work packing for a big trip. But for an entire football team, it takes a small army to make it happen. → Read More

DHEC Investigation: City Of Seneca Has 90 Days To Clean Up Dump Site

The Department of Health and Environmental Control says they are investigating complaints that illegal items are being dumped on Seneca City property. → Read More

DHEC Investigating Illegal Dumping Claims In Seneca

The Department of Health and Environmental Control says they are investigating complaints that illegal items are being dumped on Seneca City property. → Read More

Anderson Business Repairs Woman's Unfinished Roofing Job

An Anderson county woman spent thousands of dollars to fix storm damage to her roof last month. But instead she was left with a large hole in her home. → Read More

Greenville Woman Using Ribbon On Tree To Help Hundreds Send Prayers

An Upstate woman's decorated tree is getting a lot of attention this holiday season. But it's not her Christmas tree that's getting noticed. She's using a small tree outside of her home in south Gr... → Read More

High School Student To Take Free Family Photos At Soup Kitchen

Many of us are capturing memorable holiday moments this week and may be posting them to social media. But some may not have that same opportunity. So, one Upstate high school student is putting his photography skills to good use this Christmas, by helping those in need. → Read More

Police, Residents Urge Drivers To Slow Down At Anderson Neighborhood

Bright red signs are popping up in an Anderson neighborhood park urging drivers to slow down and watch out for kids. People around Linley park say the speed limits have been ignored for year... → Read More