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Sonny Dixon here to tell you what's coming up tonight on THE News.

First THE News Now at 4:00:

A South Carolina woman is recovering in a hospital after investigators say she was kidnapped from her Hampton County home early yesterday morning. She was found twelve hours later, shot and stuffed in the trunk of her car - but alive. Our Lowcountry reporter Jaime Dailey has been talking with the woman's relatives and investigators all day and she'll have the latest details.

Earlier this year, Verizon announced it's pulling out of the Heritage Golf Tournament. Now the Heritage Foundation is stepping up its efforts to find another title sponsor. Tim Guidera found out what they're doing and how it's going - so far.

Next on THE News at 5:00:

A historic building in Metter burned to the ground in an overnight blaze. Bureau chief Dal Cannady has been following this story and talked with investigators about what may have caused the fire.

America's Second Harvest held a ceremonial ground-breaking this morning for a new community kitchen that's actually already under construction. The new building will help them feed thousands of people in need throughout the Coastal Empire - especially children. Michelle Paynter was at the ceremony and found out how this facility will help the cooks - as well as those they feed.

Then on THE News at 6:00:

A woman was in court this morning, accused of taking a dog she says she rescued from a neglectful owner to save its life. Brooke Kelley spoke with her today and what she found out may surprise you.

Crews are putting the finishing touches on the new visitors center in Forsyth Park which is set to open next month. Don Logana got a sneak-peak of the new facility and found out how some minor delays have pushed back its grand opening.

Tune in tonight starting with THE News Now at 4:00 and don't forget to come back for THE News at 5:00 and 6:00 plus the latest news, sports and weather anytime on wtoc.com.