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Christian preacher Billy Graham says he plans one more national evangelistic campaign as he nears his 95th birthday in November. Graham, who's hindered by failing eyesight and hearing, has been filmed for the past six months fielding questions in his
Keisha Gray, manager of human resources at the Herald-Tribune Media Group for the past two years, has been promoted to director of the department. Gray, 36, who joined the Herald-Tribune in May 2011, will now oversee all human resources work for the
He figured he was ready to stop fixing footwear and spend more time in the yard...Linder and his wife were on Social Security and needed a little extra income -- but mostly, he missed his customers. Now, at 93, this gentle craftsman with a thick
BBC News Magazine Journalists waited for Amanda Berry to arrive at her sister's house in Cleveland Three young women disappeared in Cleveland. Media coverage of their cases illustrates stereotypes about race...Luckily, he managed to help the woman,
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S.C. (AP) Doug May shed more than 300 pounds about three years ago. He can now fit into smaller clothes and comfortably squeeze into a seat at the movie theater. But now, while much slimmer, the Spartanburg resident is weighed down by a different
The 25 most dangerous neighborhoods in the United States were compiled this week, with areas in Detroit, Chicago, and Houston taking multiple spots on the list...Two other Detroit neighborhoodsGratiot Ave. and Rosemary, and Mack Ave. and Helen St.
A stolen wallet complete with pictures that belonged to a South Carolina woman was returned23 years later. In 1990, Jeri Cox Chastain was working at Doctors Memorial Hospital in Spartanburg and noticed that her wallet was gone.
April 23, 2013 A man wearing a t-shirt reading, I may not be Mr. Right, but I'll F**K you 'til he shows up was arrested Saturday after refusing to leave a public park! In-which I believe he might live, but that's besides the point! Cops ordered him
S.C. Spartanburg County deputies have arrested a man they say left his assigned post in the Army in 2001 and never went back. Joseph Champion was arrested Tuesday at the county maintenance shop where he works...Army officials say Champion went