Danielle Saitta, WCBD

Danielle Saitta


Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Danielle:

State and local officials address Coronavirus as new cases are being investigated

There are more than a dozen cases of COVID-19 being investigated across the state. → Read More

COVID-19 and its impact on the United States

More than 1-thousand people in the United States have been infected by COVID-19. → Read More

IOP evaluating impacts of short-term renters

ISLE OF PALMS, S.C. (WCBD) – The Isle of Palms Planning Commission is working to manage the impact of short-term rentals (three months or less) on resident quality of life. At a meeting on Wednesday, the Commission discussed issues like congestion, limited parking, and noise- all things that tend to increase when renters visit the […] → Read More

18-year-old dead after a shooting in Summerville

According to a police report, three 18-year-old males were involved in the shooting. → Read More

Man’s best friend makes a splash at Dock Dogs

All this weekend, the Expo is providing entertainment for every family member, which includes dogs. → Read More

Woman arrested for setting fire to West Ashley home: Update

When Steward didn’t receive an answer at the door, she made her presence known in the home. → Read More

Fire delays renovation of Chicora Elementary School.

At this time, officials say a cause hasn't been determined and that it could take a while. → Read More

Attempted kidnapping of 7-year-old girl shocks neighborhood

A family in North Charleston is speaking out after the attempted kidnapping of a young girl.​ → Read More

Public Safety Officials warn drivers of flooded streets

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Officials at the Public Safety Operations Center say that they’ve received numerous calls from drivers facing rising waters. Shannon Scaff, Director of Emergency Management, says that people are trying to drive through flooded streets, which leads to cars being stuck and stalled. He also says that they expect to keep getting […] → Read More

The Berkeley County School District looks for long term solutions to accomodate growth

MONKS CORNER, SC (WCBD) – The Berkeley Count School district is searching for ways to accommodate the growth of their school district. The School District leaders say that over the last several years, enrollment has exceeded 1,000 students annually. Growth in Berkeley County is among the top 1% in the country. The Cane Bay area […] → Read More

Sullivan’s Island town council members discuss a possible smoke ban on beaches

Many believe smokers are tossing their cigarettes without knowing how toxic they really are. → Read More

Colleton County sheriff takes leave of absence after domestic violence arrest

COLLETON COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – Tonight, Sheriff R.A Strickland has announced that he will be taking a leave of absence following his arrest. Over the weekend, The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division arrested Sheriff R.A Strickland for domestic violence. His crime had not only gotten him arrested, but also sparked the State Chapter of the […] → Read More

Family of North Charleston teen charged with assault says she was falsely arrested

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – A family in North Charleston says that they have been suffering since their 18-year-old daughter was unjustly arrested. 18 year old high school senior, Shanece Mitchell has been charged for assault and battery. Her family says that this is a false arrest and a case of mistaken identity. According to […] → Read More

Smoke tests are performed in Dorchester County neighborhoods to check water and sewage systems

This afternoon, residents noticed smoke coming from the roofs of their neighbor's homes. → Read More

Officials respond to Goose Creek apartment complex for the third time this week

Officials determined the sound of smoke detectors coming from the building to be within the debris or in areas where access can't be granted right now. → Read More

Georgetown hopes to bring light industry and job creation to the city

The city of Georgetown is about to sell a piece of land and in turn, create a number of sustainable jobs → Read More

Lowcountry man is charged with killing his wife after reporting her as missing

James Stan Yarborough is now in jail after killing his wife and dumping her body. → Read More

U.S. Coast Guard ready to respond to Dorian in the Lowcountry

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The United States Coast Guard is bracing for hurricane impacts by monitoring the ports of Charleston, Brunswick, and Savannah. Coast Guard officials say this time of storm bring many situations and hazards and will be responding if necessary. This includes water rescues on the roadways. For the safety of residents, they […] → Read More

I-26 lane reversals enforced to prepare for Hurricane Dorian

To prepare for the upcoming storm, evacuations and lane reversals are underway. → Read More

Epworth Children’s Home opens new office in Summerville

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCBD) – Currently, there’s roughly about 600 Lowcountry kids and teens that need homes. Since the 1800s The Epworth Children’s home has provided services for foster children and parents. On Thursday afternoon, the Columbia-based Children’s home will open their new office in Summerville. This office is the first outpost that the Epworth Children’s […] → Read More