Clemson cornerback arrested after seriously injuring mail carrier

CLEMSON, S.C. (WIS) - The Clemson Police Department arrested a Clemson cornerback Sunday morning. Fredrick Davis, 19, was charged with reckless driving after turning himself in on August 1. Officers were investigating a crash involving Davis and a U.S. mail carrier from July 21. The investigation revealed that Davis was...
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Greenville Municipal Court to remain closed on Monday and Tuesday

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Greenville Municipal Court will be closed on Monday, August 2 and Tuesday, August 3, according to the City of Greenville. "Clean up from the flooding continues but is progressing slower than expected," said City of Greenville Spokeswoman Beth Brotherton Sunday afternoon. Citizens with court dates will receive...
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Man accused of setting fire which killed mother in Pickens Co.

PICKENS CO., SC (WSPA) – A Pickens County man is accused of killing his mother by setting fire to their home. According to the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office, 34-year-old Eric James Harmon has been arrested and charged with Murder and first degree Arson. The fire happened in the early morning...

Clemson football player charged after collision that severely injured mail carrier

A Clemson football player has been arrested after police say he collided with a mail truck, injuring two people in the crash. Fredrick Davis, 19, a sophomore cornerback for the Tigers, turned himself in to Clemson police on Sunday to face a charge of reckless driving, multiple media outlets reported Sunday citing a statement from the Clemson Police Department.
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Clemson DB Fred Davis Charged with Reckless Driving

Following a July 21 car crash, Clemson defensive back Fred Davis II was charged by Clemson police with reckless driving and turned himself into authorities Sunday. Clemson police say traffic specialists and eyewitness accounts led them to determine that Davis was going 115 MPH in a 55 MPH zone before crashing into a mail carrier vehicle on Highway 123.
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Hiring now! Jobs in Seneca with an immediate start

These companies in Seneca are looking for people who can start immediately: 1. Sales Representative - Work From Home; 2. Bilingual Spanish Sling Work At Home Customer Support; 3. Bilingual Spanish Work At Home Customer Experience Representative; 4. Contact Center Specialist - Work from Home - Greenville, SC; 5.
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Renters assistance available if needed

GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - A federal eviction moratorium set in place by the COVID-19 pandemic has expired. Unfortunately, there are some who may be still struggling to pay rent. However, places in our area are ready to help if you need it. We spoke with United Housing Connection in...

Clemson DE gets engaged to girlfriend at Disney World

'The most magical place on earth' indeed for one young couple. Clemson defensive end Xavier Thomas had an eventful weekend as he proposed to his girlfriend Amber Baker at Disney World. She said YES!. Congratulations to the young couple on their engagement from everyone at Look for 'XT' to...