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Downtown break in leads to arrest

Officers were unable to contact any Lululemon employees at the time of the event, reporting that they left a note for staff and taped the location off with police tape until further contact could be made.
GREENVILLE, SC
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One person stabbed in downtown Greenville, police say

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Police are investigating a stabbing in downtown Greenville. Police said they got a call about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday about an assault on the sidewalk in front of 525 S. Academy Street. That is the address for Project Host. Officers said they found one person with a...
GREENVILLE, SC
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Maersk developing South Korea-South Carolina air cargo route

Maersk Air Cargo tipped its hand this week on which city pairs will be part of its inaugural trans-Pacific service as the air wing of the giant ocean shipping line enters the U.S. market for the first time. The airline plans to fly a special “demonstrator” flight with live cargo...
GREENVILLE, SC
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Swamp Rabbit Trail vandalized with racist, obscene language, police say

GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - A portion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville was vandalized overnight, according to the Greenville Police Department. The department said it was made aware Wednesday morning of a large amount of graffiti that had been painted on and along the trail in the Cleveland Park area from the tennis courts to the Julie Valentine memorial.
GREENVILLE, SC
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USDA invests $1 million in two South Carolina healthy feeding projects

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has granted $1 million in funds to two South Carolina organizations working to improve dietary health and nutrition in their communities. The grants are part of the $8 million available nationwide through the USDA's American Rescue Plan and will be administered through the organization's National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
COLUMBIA, SC
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South Carolina celebrates aviation week with local events Aug. 14-20

The Palmetto State will celebrate Aviation Week Aug. 14-20 with events highlighting the contributions of aviation to the state’s history, culture and economy. The week’s activities are being coordinated by the S.C. Aviation Association and the S.C. Aeronautics Commission in recognition of the impact of the state’s six commercial airports, 58 general aviation airports and five military airfields.
GREENVILLE, SC
FOX Carolina

ACLU says school district should update decades-old policy

GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - The American Civil Liberties Union of South Carolina says it’s time for the Greenville County School District to take a look at a decades-old policy. The district is currently looking for new members to sit on the district’s three material review committees. When someone...
GREENVILLE, SC
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WATCH: Panthers' Baker Mayfield, Christian McCaffrey play fans in rock-paper-scissors for their gear

Compared to the regular season and even the preseason before it, training camp offers the most intimate environment for NFL players to connect with their fans. For fans -- especially young ones -- training camp is the best chance they get all season to meet their favorite players and share a high-five, get an autograph, or even collect some of their gear.
CHARLOTTE, NC
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This Is South Carolina's Best Breakfast Restaurant

Starting your morning off with a delicious balanced breakfast helps to jumpstart your day and give you the energy needed to conquer whatever life throws your way. Using reviews, ratings, recommendations and personal experience, Mashed compiled a list of the best breakfast restaurant in each state, including this popular spot in South Carolina. According to the site: "You are sure to be completely satisfied when you visit any of the restaurants on this list, and you'll be ready to handle whatever life throws at you."
GREENVILLE, SC
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Coroner: Victim identified in August 2 crash on Hwy. 72 in Clinton

The Laurens County Coroner's Office released the identity of a person that died on August 4 as a result of injuries sustained in an accident on Hwy. 72 in Clinton on August 2. The coroner's office was notified of the death at Spartanburg Regional. According to Spartanburg Regional, the victim was airlifted after a rollover crash on August 2.
CLINTON, SC
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