Tariffs expected to impact local businesses

The tariffs the United States imposed on Chinese goods is already in effect, which means you will start paying more for food, clothing, and technology.

  Watching Your Wallet: Budget now for holiday spending

Planning travel and shopping months in advance can pay off in the long run, financial experts say.

Memorial Health, BCBS reach new coverage agreement

Memorial Health and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Georgia have reached a new agreement.

WTOC Investigates: Contract Under Fire

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.

Six Savannah gang members indicted in five killings

The indictment alleges the six were members of separate Savannah street gangs, and prosecutors say those affiliations led to five deaths.

Report: Customers are overpaying on a quarter of all prescriptions

A new study shows patients are overpaying on prescriptions sometimes because they are using insurance, rather than paying the cash price.

Watching Your Wallet: Will Social Security be there when you retire?

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.

GA lawmakers considering pushing back school start dates

Georgia lawmakers are looking to push back-to-school start dates, mandating all public schools start closer to Labor Day.

Big Pharma was supposed to self-police fentanyl prescriptions. It failed. Patients died.

Internal documents show lax enforcement, missed opportunities by the federal government.

You can help uncover political ad targeting on Facebook

Use the Facebook Political Ad Collector to help categorize ads and understand why they are targeting you.

WTOC investigates outdated travel costs for city of Savannah

Whether it's for work or vacation, travel websites like Expedia, Travelocity, and Kayak have made it much easier to book a trip, including flights and hotels.

  WTOC Investigates: Receiving a bill for fire protection

A Bloomingdale family who lost everything when their home caught on fire while they were on vacation says Southside Fire Department billed them for $15,000.

Savannah State sergeant out after harassment investigation

A second Savannah State University police officer is out of a job after an investigation revealed he violated the university's sexual harassment policy.

WTOC INVESTIGATES: Nationwide EpiPen shortage affects SCCPSS schools

It's back to school season, but a nationwide shortage of epi-pens has thrown parents into a frenzy. Over 6 million kids across the country suffer from deadly allergic reactions.

Tybee residents, planning commission unsure of new casino boat company

Tybee Island leaders are considering allowing a casino cruise boat to dock and do business off its coast.

SEC wins $1.8M in securities fraud lawsuit against Moon River Studios

The Securities and Exchange Commission won $1.8 million in a lawsuit against Moon River Studios, also known as Medient.

Lowcountry officer's excessive force record on file after new SC law

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.

New SC law aims to stop officers changing jobs after use of excessive force

A new South Carolina law is looking to prevent law enforcement officers from jumping to new jobs after they were found to be using excessive force.

Trucking company, driver blame Savannah police officer Anthony Christie in fatal accident

Trucking company HSI Logistics and driver Charles Livingston - blamed in a Savannah police officer's death - say the officer is at fault in an official response to the wrongful death lawsuit.

WTOC Investigates: Vaping in the Boys Room

It's been three months since the sale of Savannah's public hospital, Memorial Health, was finalized to Hospital Corporation of America (HCA).

Former school nurse accused of stealing, switching students' medication at Georgia elementary school

Several parents in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System are suing an agency that hires contracted teachers and nurses after a former nurse allegedly stole medication from students.

  WTOC Investigates: New SCCPSS president taking over dysfunctional board

The newly-elected Savannah Chatham County Public School Board president, Joe Buck, has about five months to prepare for his third term in office.

WTOC Investigates: Failure to Communicate

It's been three months since the sale of Savannah's public hospital, Memorial Health, was finalized to Hospital Corporation of America (HCA).

Amid statewide crisis, '40 to 50 percent' of people in Chatham County youth detention have gang ties

A WTOC update to an investigation we first brought you last Friday.  Results from a recent survey by the Georgia Gang Investigators Association calling for a 'Gang Crisis' across the state.

WTOC Investigates: Gang activity on the rise in Georgia

The Georgia Gang Investigators Association's recent survey found criminal street gangs are on the rise, and the state of Georgia has hit a crisis.

WTOC Investigates: SPD officer's wife files wrongful death lawsuit

As a family, police department, and community still mourn the loss of Savannah Police Officer Anthony Christie, his now widowed wife and her attorney are pushing for justice.