According to government reports, there is evidence that the main oversight agency for seafood, the Food and Drug Administration, has failed to meet new mandates to increase inspections at foreign food facilities.
A Hinesville couple said what was sold to them as a dream, turned into a nightmare. They chose Lowe’s for a home re-model over a year ago. They said the work is still not finished – despite forking out over $25,000.
Savannah Mayor and City Council members took a tour of Savannah’s new Cultural Arts Center on Thursday. It’s been under construction for the last two years and is expected to open in the early part of 2019.
This month, the state legislature approved Governor Nathan Deal’s executive order to stop collecting sales tax on jet fuel. The move saves airlines millions of dollars which could mean cheaper tickets for you.
WTOC has learned 26 Savannah State University employees have been told their contracts will not be renewed next year. This comes following President Dozier’s announcement last month that they were considering making cuts due to declining retention rates.
Hundreds of Americans live in deplorable rental properties and their landlord is the federal government. The properties need $50 billion in repairs. Uncle Sam now is hoping that private investors will save public housing.
Research shows many Americans are concerned with whether Social Security will be available when they retire, but many aren’t saving. NerdWallet experts help explain the realities of Social Security and what you can do.
Only one district we checked with has any type of seatbelt, and they are lap belts only in a couple seats on each bus. Outside of buses for special needs students, no other districts we reached out to have any kind of seatbelts.
WTOC is hearing from state and local officials who are also calling for answers after a WTOC investigation revealed that tax dollars are not going towards fire protection in the unincorporated portion of Chatham County.
The state of South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy confirmed Monday that Johnathon Bates' state employment record has been updated by the Bluffton Police Department to reflect an excessive force incident that happened back in March.