Nathaniel Cary, The Greenville News

Nathaniel Cary

The Greenville News

Greenville, SC, United States

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Recent:
  • The Greenville News
Past:
  • The State Newspaper
  • USA TODAY
  • independentmail
  • WLTX
  • WWL-TV
  • CITIZEN-TIMES.com
  • Naples Daily News
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • NBC Charlotte

Recent articles by Nathaniel:

Coroner identifies pedestrian killed on Poinsett Highway in Greenville early Sunday

Man was struck and killed by a vehicle on Poinsett Highway in Greenville early Sunday morning. → Read More

Man killed Saturday in head-on collision in Seneca

Man died at the scene of Seneca area wreck Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Neighbors thought gunshots were fireworks as late-night SC shooting left man dead

One man died in a shooting at a Greenville SC apartment complex on the eve of the Fourth of July. Neighbors say they initially thought the gunshots they heard that night were fireworks. → Read More

Sweeping changes to SC’s civil asset forfeiture stalled

A comprehensive proposal to bring sweeping changes to South Carolina’s civil asset forfeiture practice has stalled for the year in the State House as the legislative calendar for 2019 comes to an end. → Read More

Woman arrested, charged for fleeing scene after bicyclist struck and killed in Spartanburg

Nicole Blake McClain of Inman was arrested for fleeing the scene after hitting a cyclist from behind, killing him. → Read More

Fritz Hollings, a giant of South Carolina politics, dead at age 97

Former longtime U.S. Senator and South Carolina Governor Ernest Frederick "Fritz" Hollings has died at age 97. "He was a hero," family statement says. → Read More

Civil forfeiture abolishment draws concerns from South Carolina law enforcement officials

Civil forfeiture reform in South Carolina was debated Thursday during a legislative subcommittee meeting. → Read More

In coastal SC, Gullah culture's African roots persevere amid community change

South Carolina's sea islands are still home to the proud Gullah Geechee people, who face outside challenges as a new generation embraces its roots. → Read More

Nine years ago, the Johnstown Chiefs ECHL hockey team relocated to Greenville

We take a look back at when hockey returned to Greenville in 2010. → Read More

Mass forfeiture, incomplete records delivered $1.1M to SC police

Police are losing track of who they take money from and sometimes they’re keeping the money for years or even decades before asking a court for it. → Read More

Live stream: SC legislators hold press conference on civil forfeiture reform

State lawmakers are introducing bills to reform civil asset forfeiture in South Carolina at a press conference Wednesday at the Statehouse in Columbia. → Read More

5 states that reformed civil forfeiture laws – and one that didn't

We looked at some of the states that have restricted civil forfeiture in recent years and some that haven’t. → Read More

Police can seize cash in the mail. An innocent man found out the hard way.

The next day, his friend told him he hadn’t received the delivery, which required a signature to accept. → Read More

Inside look: How SC cops swarm I-85 and I-26, looking for 'bad guys'

Operation Rolling Thunder scours the interstate each year in search for crime and drivers' cash. → Read More

SC cops defend keeping cash they seize: 'What's the incentive' otherwise?

We need the profits of forfeiture for our K-9 unit expenses, Clemson chief says. → Read More

5 things we learned from the civil forfeiture investigation

Whether interstate driver or elderly widow defending your home, police don't need to charge you to take your property or cash. → Read More

Exclusive: How civil forfeiture errors, delays enrich SC police, hurt people

South Carolina police don't need proof to seize and keep cash, cars or other valuables. #TAKEN → Read More

TAKEN: How police departments make millions by seizing property

South Carolina police take black people’s money most of all, our exclusive investigative data shows. → Read More

Local officials still hope to reel in Bass Pro Shops in Greer

Spartanburg County officials remain optimistic that a Bass Pro Shops store will eventually come near Interstate 85 and State 101 in Greer. → Read More

She lost all her children in a wreck. 'It's going to take lifetime to heal.'

They'd started with nothing, but they had each other. Then, they had everything. Now, Jacqueline Brown says she truly has nothing. → Read More