From the WTOC newsroom:
The number of injured, dead or missing continues to climb in Haiti after a 7.0 earthquake hit the Caribbean island two days ago. Click on the link below for the latest information:
For many Haitians living in the US, getting in touch with relatives has been very difficult. Lowcountry reporter Jaime Dailey spoke with a Haitian native now living in Hardeeville who is desperate to find his family.
New technology may be coming to your child's school bus. First Student bus company is putting GPS systems into some of their buses and as education reporter Brooke Kelley found out, it will help parents and the Savannah-Chatham school district keep track of buses and students.
It's time to hit the ice at the Savannah Civic Center for the 12th annual Savannah Tire Hockey Classic. The first game is just a few hours away. Tim Guidera is at the civic center and he'll have all the details about the big event.
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