Adam Mintzer is a native South Carolinian who joined the WIS team as a producer and multimedia journalist in 2019.
Adam joins WIS team from CNN's Washington DC bureau where he worked on “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.” While in DC, he helped cover political, national, and international breaking news, in addition to special events like the 2018 midterm elections and the royal wedding.
Adam was born and raised in Charleston and studied broadcast journalism at Northwestern University.
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At the start of the pandemic, she left her job as a nursing assistant at a nursing home in Hilton Head because her doctor said she had too many underlying health conditions to be in an environment where COVID-19 was circulating.
Pence stressed President Trump took “early, decisive action” to prevent anyone from coming into the U.S. from China, formed the White House Coronavirus Task Force, and spearheaded widespread testing in the U.S.
Dr. Alex McLain says modeling a virus' spread is like tracking a hurricane. But, the COVID-19 predictions were so off, he says it's like forecasters thought a storm would hit North Carolina but hit Maine instead.
In stark contrast to the destruction of public property and heavy law enforcement seen last Saturday, peace, prayer, and perseverance filled the streets of Columbia as protests continued in the capital city for the eighth day.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is portrayed as one of the most progressive Democrats in the race for the party’s nomination, but at a campaign event in Aiken, she said her plans can appeal to both sides of the aisle the trick is just communication.