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Deputies seek tips 27 years after Clemson student’s homicide
CLEMSON, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Tuesday marks 27 years since the body of Stacey Brooke Holsonback was found in Lake Hartwell. Her homicide has never been solved. A construction worker found Holsonback in the water near Clemson’s campus on Feb. 20, 1997. Investigators said she had been strangled and her death was ruled a homicide.
Experience La Dolce Vita: Clemson's Top 5 Italian Restaurants
In this article, we explore five exquisite Italian restaurants in Clemson. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these places yet? If you have, we invite you to share your experiences in the comments section below!
LIVE UPDATES: Donald Trump speaking at Fox News Town Hall at Greenville Convention Center
The two front-runners for the Republican ticket in the presidential race will be in Greenville on Tuesday. Check back to this live blog throughout the day for photos and updates from our reporters on former president Donald Trump and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley’s stops in the Upstate. Haley’s event...
South Carolina traffic stop leads to crime discovery, unique T-shirt on suspect, deputies say
ANDERSON COUNTY, S.C. — A man who was pulled over on a moped for no tags gave South Carolina deputies was wearing a unique T-shirt that seemed appropriate when he was arrested on other charges. The Anderson County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday that Billy Shane Evans was driving the...
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in Clemson, SC
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of clemson..
T-Pain to headline Clemson Music Fest in April
CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson Music Fest has announced the artists set to kick off the inaugural festival in April. The university announced Thursday the first Clemson Music Fest will be held on April 19 and 20 on campus at the Upper Intramural Fields, located at 2614 Williamson Road. Clemson...
Police report details arrest of Clemson football player DeMonte Capehart
The school said last week Capehart was “not presently participating in team activities” after being arrested on campus.
Child dies after being severely injured in Upstate housefire
The little girl who was rescued by volunteer firefighters, but badly burned in the blaze that swept her family’s Upstate home over the weekend, has died.
U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs Denis McDonough Engages with Clemson Student Veterans in Local Visit
Denis Richard McDonough, the U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs, visited Clemson University on February 15. This visit was part of a listening tour in Upstate South Carolina, aimed at engaging with student veterans from various institutions. McDonough acknowledged Clemson's support for veterans and the VA, viewing the university as a supportive partner for veterans.
Clemson president, first lady honored with creation of two endowments
Clemson University announced Feb. 13 its president Jim Clements and first lady Beth Clements were honored through the creation of the Clements Family Endowment for ClemsonLIFE and the Clements Family Lyceum Scholars Endowment, worth more than $1.4 million combined. The endowments will benefit the ClemsonLIFE and Lyceum Scholars programs. ClemsonLIFE...
Clemson Defensive Tackle Facing Charges Stemming from Traffic Stop
The Clemson University Police Department has reported that DeMonte Capehart, a defensive tackle for Clemson, is facing charges stemming from a recent traffic stop. The incident began when officers reportedly noticed Capehart’s vehicle spinning its tires and speeding on Heisman Street, then onto Williamson Road. The officers said they followed the vehicle, observing it spin its tires once more while turning onto Highway 93 and accelerating rapidly. The vehicle was pulled over at the tennis facility located at 188 Old Greenville Highway.
Clemson Softball Weekly Wrap - Week 2
Clemson, ranked as high as No. 7 in the country, won two of three games in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge in Mexico last week. The Tigers (6-2) travel to Charlotte on Wednesday afternoon before (...)
Nuclear re-licensing at “an important stage”
An officer of the country’s nuclear watchdog agency says Duke Energy’s application to renew Oconee Nuclear’s license has reached an important stage, and the NRC’s Dave Gasperson says the public is invited – and encouraged –to be part of tomorrow night’s meeting at the Clemson Madren Center. It’s a public meeting for the draft of the site-specific environmental impact statement to new Oconee Nuclear for 20 additional years – which would be the second license renewal since the plant went into operation in the first half of the 1970s. The formal part of tomorrow night’s meeting starts at 7 o’clock, but the public is welcome to show up as early as 6 o’clock to take advantage of any informal opportunities to converse with Nuclear Regulatory staff about the environmental impact statement of the proposed license renewal for Oconee Units 1,2, and 3.
Georgia Tech to chase rare season sweep of Clemson
Georgia Tech has the opportunity to notch a regular-season sweep of Clemson for just the second time in 19 seasons when the Atlantic Coast Conference teams meet Wednesday night in Atlanta. Since sweeping Clemson in the 2004-05 season, the Yellow Jackets have done so just one other time, that occurring in the 2019-20 campaign. Georgia Tech (11-15, 4-11 ACC) recorded a dramatic, double-overtime road win over Clemson on Jan. 16 in the season's first meeting. The Yellow Jackets were down five points late in regulation before forcing the first OT and eventually prevailing 93-90. Georgia Tech dropped seven of its...
‘He is a fixture of the community’
EASLEY — Humbled and honored. That’s how David Whittemore felt on Sunday afternoon when he received the prestigious Sou
Upstate University integrates AI Technology into classroom
There’s been much talk lately about artificial intelligence and the use of AI in criminal scams. However, AI use in college classes is also a major concern.
No. 8 Clemson Top Blue Hose 8-2
CLEMSON, S.C. - No. 8 Clemson broke open a close game with five runs in the seventh inning, capped by Jarren Purify’s grand slam, in its 8-2 victory over Presbyterian at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Tuesday. The Tigers, who took a 1-0 lead in the season series, improved to 4-0, while the Blue Hose fell to 4-1. The two teams conclude their season series at Fluor Field in Greenville, S.C. on March 20.
Anderson County Feb 19 Weekly Crime Report: 12 Incidents and 18 Crime Stories
Anderson County Feb 19 Weekly Crime Report: 12 Incidents and 18 Crime Stories. During the last week, Anderson County reported a total of 12 crime cases. The most common crime was theft, with 7 instances, followed by arrests, which numbered 3. Assault and other offenses were less common, each with only 1 case reported. The offenses categorized as 'other' included a habitual offender failing to stop for blue lights, driving under suspension, and disregarding a stop sign. The severity of the crimes varied, with theft being the most frequent but less severe compared to the assault case. The data suggests a need for increased vigilance against thefts in the place, while serious offenses like assault require immediate attention from law enforcement agencies. The distribution of crime types indicates a relatively low level of violent crime, but a persistent issue with theft.
Bradley Day Wins at Hartwell
On February 18, 2024, in Hartwell, GA, Bradley Day of Anderson, SC won the American Fishing Tour Division 25- South Carolina Northwest tournament, presented by American Bass Anglers. Amidst chilly conditions, forty-four anglers participated in the event at the Gum Branch Tournament Facility near Hartwell, GA. Bradley’s five-bass haul weighed an impressive 23.59 lb, bolstered by a substantial 5.98 lb kicker fish. Bradley earned a first-place plaque and $801 in cash. Additionally, he claimed the first-place option pot, adding $240 to his winnings for a total of $1041.
Bracketology: Clemson up to 5 seed in Joe Lunardi’s new projection
Clemson has consistently been slotted in the Nos. 6-8 seeds of NCAA tournament projections by bracketologists in recent weeks. The team’s recent three-game win streak before last weekend’s loss to NC State has bumped the Tigers up to a 5 seed in the latest bracketology projections from ESPN’s Joe Lunardi. Lunardi’s new predictions have Clemson (17-8 overall, 7-7 ACC) facing projected Southern Conference champion Samford. The Bulldogs are 23-4 overall and 12-2 in conference play. The projected 5 vs. 12 matchup would be held in Spokane, Washington, Lunardi forecasts. In the same Spokane region of the bracket with Clemson and Samford are projected...