GBI investigating officer-involved shooting on E. 35th St. in Savannah

The Savannah Police Department has called in the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to investigate a shooting between SPD officers and an armed man Thursday night.

  Former co-workers remember Long Co. deputy killed during high-speed chase

  Identity released of Long County deputy killed in high-speed chase

New partnership combines school and healthcare with free community clinic

  Surveillance images released of suspect in Rincon armed robbery

  New courthouse in Toombs Co. depends on SPLOST vote

  Georgia lawmakers introduce bill to help combat domestic, sexual violence

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One person dead after house fire on Spell Mincey Rd. in Bulloch Co.

  Woman indicted on charges for 2018 YouTube video about Godley Station School

  Current sheriff, long time Evans Co. officer, retiring at end of the year

GBI arrests former Tybee Island Police officer after use of force investigation

  Doctors talk about Coronavirus’ impact on the Coastal Empire

  Sarah Riggs Amico outlines her bid for US Senate

  Mama dog found on side of road pulling crate filled with her puppies

A mother dog was found on the side of a dirt road, pulling a crate filled with her puppies.

Chatham County in need of hundreds of poll workers for upcoming elections

In order to serve the thousands of voters expected at the polls this year, the Chatham County Board of Elections is in need of hundreds of poll workers.

SCHP investigates deadly crash on US 278 in Beaufort County

The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating a deadly crash that happened Wednesday afternoon on U.S. 278 near Rose Hill Way in Beaufort County.

Waffle House accepting Valentine’s Day reservations

What better way to say ‘I love you’ than with hash browns?

  Longtime Savannah coroner, featured in ’Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,’ passes away

  Historic Savannah Foundation hosts revitalization tour

  Savannah State’s new chief of police outlines goals

McMaster discusses education, goals in State of the State address

SPD investigating after man shows up at hospital with gunshot wound

  Pulse Art and Technology Festival happening at the Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center

  Lowcountry organization holds meeting to discuss ways to notice, combat human trafficking

Beaufort County is re-energizing the fight against human trafficking.

  Richmond Hill Council approves purchase of new fire truck

Richmond Hill City Council approved the purchase of a new fire truck for the fire department on Tuesday evening.

  Two new developments coming to Pooler

Plan set for future of Surf Lagoon property, plus a new hotel coming to town

  Chatham Co. Commissioner Ellis announces bid for chairman position

Another candidate has joined the race to become Chatham County Commission Chairman, a seat that’s up for grabs this fall.

  Georgia Southern expanding Business Innovation Group in downtown Statesboro

The Georgia Southern University footprint in downtown Statesboro could soon get even larger.

  Community helps remodel bathroom for Brunswick couple

After two and a half weeks, the bathroom renovation is finally complete. It was made possible by a Wayne County contractor’s big heart and the community’s generosity.

  Rep. Buddy Carter visits Charles Ellis Montessori Academy

Georgia’s First District Congressman made a visit to Charles Ellis Montessori Academy in Savannah on Wednesday.

Man walks into Savannah hospital after shooting

Police are investigating after a man walked into a Savannah hospital with a gunshot wound.

  SLED opens criminal investigation into former Bluffton police officer

The chief accused him of serious misconduct in a letter to the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy. The chief wrote that an internal investigation revealed Harman threw away evidence in a case involving a drug recognition expert.

GBI investigating chase and shooting involving GSP

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is assisting an investigation after a shooting involving a Georgia State Patrol trooper.

Sheriff’s office seeks car stolen from Hilton Head Island apartment

The car is a 2015 Dodge Dart with a South Carolina license plate of QUR433. It was taken from The Legends apartment complex on January 20th at 6:30 p.m.

Several vehicles crash into log that fell off log truck on I-516 during morning commute

Nine vehicles were involved in a crash on I-516 westbound in Savannah Wednesday morning.

  Fire damages residential building on Hilton Head Island

An early-morning fire damaged a residential building in Palmetto Dunes early Tuesday morning.

  Port Wentworth city council meeting skipped by some members for second time

For the second time in as many months, Port Wentworth’s city council meeting didn’t happen.

  Chatham EMS expanding services in West Chatham

Chatham EMS is partnering with St. Joseph's/Candler to improve medical services on the county's westside.

SC senators begin to share proposals to change education bill

Tuesday afternoon, legislators began to mull over some potential changes to a bill some say will reform education in South Carolina.

  Update given on Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace renovations

The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is currently being renovated to improve accessibility and restore spaces inside and outside of the home.

Fitzgerald begins construction on large chicken structure creating international attention

The soon-to-be 62-foot tall farm animal is creating some buzz across the nation and globe.

  Lucky’s Market in Savannah closing

The Lucky’s Market in Savannah is closing.

  GSU planning to close an on-campus apartment complex

Parents who send their students off to college want them to find a place to live that’s a home away from home. Georgia Southern plans to shut down an on-campus apartment complex after issues with several buildings.

  Church pays off lunch debt at Hinesville elementary school

It was clean plates and cleared debt at a Hinesville elementary school Tuesday.

  Fire department proposing developmental impact fee for Beaufort

The City of Beaufort/Town of Port Royal Fire Department will discuss a developmental impact fee Tuesday evening.

  New campaign targeting gun violence in Savannah

2019 numbers show gun violence is up in Savannah.

Protecting your plants in the cold

With the temperatures taking a dip, it might have some of you double checking your plants that may have started to bloom over the past couple months.

  Local biker organization helping victim injured in Richmond Hill motorcycle crash

A 26-year-old man was injured last week in a motorcycle crash in Richmond Hill.

  SSU professor works current events into classroom learning

As President Trump’s impeachment trial unfolds, some are using it as a teachable moment.

  Extra steps to protect your home from hackers

More and more people are turning their homes into "smart homes.” The average American household has 9 internet connected devices. It’s estimated there are now more than one billion internet-connected devices in homes across North America. That number will nearly double by 2025.

  GSP: Driver was reaching for cookie before hitting car, throwing man into Savannah River

The Savannah Police Department is on the scene of a wreck on the Back River Bridge that has traffic closed in both directions.

  Bulloch Co. Coroner identifies two killed in Portal wreck

The Bulloch County coroner confirmed that two people have been killed in a wreck on Pleasant Hill Road in Portal.

2 indicted in Historic District robbery, hijacking

Two people have now been indicted in the armed robbery and hijacking of a City of Savannah vehicle.

  Free Savannah rideshare service grows in popularity

A rideshare service offering free rides in a limited range of downtown Savannah has grown in popularity. The service will continue through 2020.

Distillery Ale House to close in February

The restaurant and bar announced via its Facebook page that after 12 years in Savannah, the doors will shut for good.

Burton man sentenced in murder, arson case

A Burton man has been convicted of killing his neighbor and attempting to burn her body.

  Cold weather heating safety tips

With the temperatures dropping many of you will be doing your best to stay warm over the next couple days.But, are you also putting yourself at risk of a fire?

  Savannah shelter making room ahead of cold evening

If you’re looking for somewhere in Savannah to stay warm, people can head to the Inner City Night Shelter on Arnold Street. Just make sure you’re there by 7 p.m.

Ga. Highway 292 near Semco Drive open after 3-car crash

Georgia Highway 292 near Semco Drive in Toombs County is open after a crash involving three cars.

Road work, ramp closures scheduled on Veterans Pkwy

If you travel along Veterans Parkway in Savannah, you need to be aware of some road work scheduled for this week.

Lawmakers consider possible changes to Georgia’s seat belt law

As lawmakers begin to introduce new bills during Georgia’s legislative session, there are talks that some legislators are calling for stricter seat belt laws.

  Cookout held in Hinesville to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a tradition celebrated across the country. Locally some residents wanted to start a new tradition of their own.

  Volunteers honor MLK Day with day of service

While many had the day off Monday to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Some took the day as a chance to do something that Dr. King prided himself in, serving others.

  Arrest made after high-speed chase starts in Bulloch Co., ends in Metter

A high speed chase in Bulloch County ended in Metter on Monday afternoon thanks to multiple law enforcement agencies.

2 injured in shooting in 2500 block of Bull St., SPD investigating

The Savannah Police Department is investigating after two people were injured in a shooting on Monday night.

  Flu season continues, various treatments hitting the market

As the flu has spread far and wide this year some doctors are prescribing a number of different treatments for the virus.

  March held in Bluffton to remember Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated all over the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry. In Bluffton, the community held a march to remember the man who brought so many people together.

Feasibility study continues on proposed Richmond Hill aquatic center

The Bryan County board of commissioners is trying to decide if an aquatic center is the right fit for the county and taxpayers.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrated in Hinesville

A morning of cold weather couldn’t keep people in Hinesville from coming out for the tradition that is the Martin Luther King, Jr. parade.

  Bridge on Belfast Keller Road, over I-95, being demolished

The construction saga continues in south Bryan County.

  Board of directors decides to cull deer from Hilton Head gated community

The board of directors of one Hilton Head Island gated community has decided to cull up to 25 white-tailed deer from the neighborhood.

New charter school in Colleton County school expected to open in 2021

The Colleton County School District is among the districts with some of the lowest performing schools in the state, according to the State Board of Education report card data.

  Statesboro community comes together for Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade

In Statesboro, people packed Elm Street Church of God for the annual community observance. The parade Monday afternoon was a chance for people to reflect, celebrate, and focus on the future.

  Georgia Power honors MLK holiday with day of service

Volunteers with Georgia Power were doing something a little different to honor Martin Luther King Junior Day.

  Vidalia community honors legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Folks in the Vidalia community came out Monday for the 5th annual MLK parade to celebrate his legacy.

  Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club recipient of thousands in grant money for upgrades

The Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club of Savannah received some noteworthy recognition Monday.

Savannah Police seek feedback on traffic concerns

Savannah Police know you run into snags every day on your commute. They want to hear about it.

Body found behind building on Little Neck Road, foul play not suspected

The Chatham County Police Department is investigating after a body was found behind a building in the 1300 block of Little Neck Road on Monday morning.

  Savannah law firm receives social media threat, decides to pull out of MLK parade citing safety concerns

Attorney Mike Hostilo says a threatening message on his firm’s Facebook page early Monday morning led to his team’s decision to pull out of this year’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade in Savannah.

  Savannah parade honors life, legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Hundreds chose to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr in Savannah. The 41st annual parade brought out people young and old to honor his fight for justice.

  Savannah family asks for help to find missing woman

24-year-old Melanie Steele has been missing since September 13.