Jessica Savage, WTOC11

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Recent articles by Jessica:

New Ga. law will add protections for surprise medical billing

Tara Conway channeled her frustration into a series of paintings after waiting for hours on hold to resolve a surprise medical bill. → Read More

Parents want SCCPSS to provide in-person learning option

Parents of some of the youngest learners in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System want the option to send them back to the classroom. → Read More

Statesboro judge denies bond for man charged in roadway shooting

The decision came after hours of testimony during a preliminary bond hearing in Statesboro for 21-year-old Marcus Wilson. → Read More

All-girl quintuplets born at Odessa Regional Medical Center

Five baby girls were welcomed to the world in Odessa on Thursday. → Read More

Potential for cyber crime when you return to the office

The “new normal” is contributing to the rise of cyber crimes. → Read More

Asked & Answered: How reliable are COVID-19 tests?

Testing is a key component to getting out of a surge in new COVID-19 cases, health care expects have said. → Read More

Watch a New Jersey transit officer revive a baby born at a train station

A New Jersey Transit Police officer took live-saving actions Tuesday to revive a baby born at a train station, and it was captured on bodycam video. → Read More

Civil rights veteran Rev. C.T. Vivian dead at 95

The Rev. C.T. Vivian, a civil rights veteran who worked alongside the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and served as head of the organization co-founded by the civil rights icon, has died. He was 95. → Read More

More people expected to travel for Independence Day weekend since pandemic began

It’s something U.S. transportation officials say is expected as consumer confidence continues to rise. → Read More

Asked & Answered: Know your flight refund rights

New outbreaks of COVID-19 flare up across the nation and leaders consider restrictions for travelers. → Read More

SSU police chief to resign for another job

Six months into the job, Savannah State University Police Chief Frederick Hammett plans to resign for another job, according to a university statement. → Read More

Depositions released in Mallory Beach wrongful death lawsuit

New information has become available of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the mother of 19-year-old Mallory Beach. → Read More

Ahmaud Arbery’s death renews efforts to dissolve the Glynn Co. Police Department

Ahmaud Arbery’s death has reignited a plan to change the police structure in Glynn County. → Read More

Vaccine clinical trials underway in Savannah

Meridian Clinical Research seeks participants in COVID-19 vaccine studies underway → Read More

Does phased reopening of certain Ga. businesses affect unemployment filings?

More than one million Georgians have filed for unemployment in the past month. → Read More

Stimulus check confusion answered

Stimulus money - some people have it and some people don't. → Read More

Chatham Co. Jail employee tests positive for COVID-19; bond cases reconsidered to reduce jail population

Chatham County Sheriff John Wilcher confirmed a sheriff’s office staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. The sheriff says that person is isolated at home and doing well. → Read More

New method of DNA testing could help solve 1994 murder of Savannah teenager

A new method of DNA testing could help solve the 1994 murder of a teenage girl. Savannah Police say evidence preserved from back then could finally link a suspect to the crime scene. → Read More

Airbnb host finds drugs, knives, blood stains

An Airbnb host said his Kansas home was trashed after a couple rented a room from him for two days. → Read More

Chatham Apartments residents scramble for new living space

An affordable housing crunch deepens for the elderly and disabled in Savannah. → Read More