Emily Scarlett, WIS News 10

Emily Scarlett

WIS News 10

Columbia, SC, United States

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Recent articles by Emily:

SC Strong shirts generate more than $15,000 in donations for SC Nurses Foundation

Donations from the South Carolina Strong Shirts have reached more than $15,000, and that check was just recently presented to the SC Nurses Foundation. → Read More

Midlands men planning to wear their “Sunday best” to recreate Million Man March

A Midlands group is inviting the community to join them as the recreate the historic Million Man March, this weekend, in the wake of national unrest after the death of George Floyd. That’s happening at the Martin Luther King Junior Park in Columbia, Sunday, June 14. → Read More

Lawmakers, state agencies believe SC needs a $16 million stockpile of PPE to help with COVID-19 response

Officials say the state currently has ample PPE but a big order or demand could wipe out the current supply. → Read More

SC Housing expands Palmetto Heroes low interest home loan program, recognizes more essential workers during pandemic

The South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority (SC Housing) is introducing a new program Monday, June 8 to provide more home ownership opportunities to the people they say are the most dedicated community servants in our state, especially as we endure the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Churchgoers gather for early morning prayer circle outside State House

A group of Midlands churchgoers woke up early Tuesday morning to gather outside the State House in prayer after back-to-back protests over the last three days in downtown Columbia. → Read More

Hours away from being put on ventilator, COVID-19 patient is saved by experimental treatment

Doctors at the Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center say an experimental COVID-19 treatment being tested there has been one of the first signs of hope in the fight against this virus. → Read More

Hours away from being put on ventilator, COVID-19 patient is saved by experimental treatment

Doctors at the Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center say an experimental COVID-19 treatment being tested there has been one of the first signs of hope in the fight against this virus. → Read More

Apply now for up to $1,500 toward rent payment through SC Housing

SC Housing has set aside $5 million to help South Carolinians facing financial hardships amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Apply now for up to $1,500 toward rent payment through SC Housing

SC Housing has set aside $5 million to help South Carolinians facing financial hardships amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Governor urging everyone to ‘be safe, but go’ as close contact businesses reopen

For the first time in more than a month, close contact businesses like barbershops and nail salons have the option to reopen in South Carolina. → Read More

Child care concerns, reopening tourist attractions part of latest AccelerateSC discussion

South Carolina is now just days away from reopening close contact businesses like barbershops, nail salons and gyms. This was part of the discussion at the latest AccelerateSC Task Force meeting, Wednesday, May 13 at the University of South Carolina Alumni Center. → Read More

New bill says voters who choose to vote from home during pandemic should be able to

Some lawmakers will be pushing for changes to our state’s absentee process when they return to session, Tuesday, May 12. A bill being introduced in the House says there should be some adjustments made to protect voters amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

AccelerateED: New task force meeting for the first time charged with coming up with summer, fall plan for students

A new task force created by State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman to help with plans for students this summer and fall will meet for the first time, Thursday, April 30. It’s called AccelerateED. → Read More

WBTV Virtual Food Drive

North Carolina health officials reported a total of 8,052 cases of coronavirus across 93 counties Friday, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Sixteen additional deaths were also reported across the state, bringing the total to 269. → Read More

Two groups plan State House protests in support of reopening South Carolina immediately

Friday, April 24 two protests are set to take place at the State House where demonstrators plan to speak out in support of reopening South Carolina’s economy. → Read More

Governor expected to announce reopening of beaches, retails stores

Governor Henry McMaster is expected to reopen public beaches and retail stores this week. According to the Post and Courier, this has been confirmed by the governor’s chief of staff, Trey Walker, who says the announcement will come sometime Monday, April 20. → Read More

Georgia coronavirus cases reach over 7,300

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) reported 7,314 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, according to the noon Monday (4/6) update. → Read More

Red Cross responds to concerns surrounding blood donations during coronavirus pandemic

The American Red Cross South Carolina says after notifying the public of a severe blood shortage, the situation has greatly improved. This is all thanks to the generosity of the many South Carolinians who stepped up to answer calls for donors over the last couple of weeks. → Read More

SC Strong shirts saving jobs and supporting health care workers

A Midlands business owner has come up with a way to keep his staff working all while helping to support health care workers in the state. Koss Creative Brands in Columbia is now printing South Carolina “Strong” t-shirts during these uncertain and trying times. → Read More

SC Strong shirts saving jobs and supporting health care workers

A Midlands business owner has come up with a way to keep his staff working all while helping to support health care workers in the state. Koss Creative Brands in Columbia is now printing South Carolina “Strong” t-shirts during these uncertain and trying times. → Read More