3 adults, child shot Saturday night in Vidalia

Vidalia Police are investigating after a shooting on Wiggins Street that injured three adults and left one 10-year-old with serious injuries.

  New Family Justice Center to hold open house in Savannah

Beach High football self-reports violations, out of state playoffs

GBI investigating officer-involved shooting, homicide near Vidalia

2019 Veterans Day Parade held in downtown Savannah

Restaurant owner ‘Flaco’ jailed for meth trafficking charges

SC nuclear reactor shut down over small coolant system leak

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Discounts, deals being offered for Veterans Day 2019

  Bluffton raises suicide awareness at Out of Darkness Walk

  Garden City to merge new and current leadership in 2020

Sumter community says goodbye as 5-year-old Nevaeh Adams is laid to rest

  Dominion Energy’s VC Summer Nuclear Plant in S.C. shut down due to leak

  Savannah Fire responds to natural gas fire at dentist office

  Vietnam Veterans remember Chatham County fallen with ceremony

“We do it on Memorial Day, where we’re honoring 106 that fell in Chatham County, their names are on the monument. POW/MIA day, we honor 30 people from the state of Georgia that lost their lives. And today we’re honoring all veterans.”

  5,000+ attend 7th Savannah Food & Wine Festival

The cool-off didn't keep people away from the biggest event of the week.

Crews work to remove oil from overturned cargo ship

Response crews working to stabilize and salvage the overturned Golden Ray cargo ship were at work this week removing more oil from the vessel.

Georgia Southern students use Saturday for service

The second annual Frank Hook Day of Service drew members of different fraternities and sororities to give their time at different non-profit groups.

Fort Pulaski to hold Civil War demonstrations

1 injured in fire at Montgomery Crossroads apartment complex

2 suspects in custody in Atlanta college student’s death

Georgia moves closer to legal hemp production

1 person injured in fire at auto body shop on 42nd, Montgomery streets

Charges dropped against Hinesville city manager in prostitution case

  Man says he found marijuana in his McDonald’s sweet tea on HHI

You might expect to hear “would you like some fries with that?” at fast-food restaurants. What you don’t expect is a side of marijuana.

Bluffton Police investigating shooting on Bush Ln., 1 person injured

Bluffton Police are investigating a shooting on Bush Lane that injured one person Friday afternoon.

  French Bulldog Club of America specialty show on HHI

Dogs and their owners from around the country have been competing all week on Hilton Head Island.

  Statesboro’s 46th annual Attic Sale this Saturday

You can find big bargains on Saturday morning in Statesboro.

  SPD celebrates promotions, new officers

The Savannah Police Department welcomed a new assistant chief and 14 new officers on Friday.

  Missing Metter man found, recovering

A Metter man is recovering in the hospital after two nights in the woods while rescue teams searched all over town for him.

  Girls on the Run 5k celebration

Hundreds of girls will take their mark this weekend in Savannah at the Girls on the Run 5k Celebration.

  JCSO makes arrests in early morning shooting, bullets hit house

The Jasper county sheriff’s office has been trying to increase its presence in the community.

Suspect in Aniah Blanchard disappearance to be brought to Alabama

Ibraheem Yazeed is being transported back to Alabama after appearing in an Escambia County, Florida courtroom Friday afternoon.

Affidavit: Aniah Blanchard’s blood found in SUV, witness saw her abduction

The probable cause document states that the blood evidence, located in the passenger compartment of her 2017 Honda CRV, “was indicative of someone suffering a life-threatening injury.”

CCPD holding toy drive for pediatric patients

The Chatham County Police Department is holding a toy drive to give gifts to pediatric patients who will be in the hospital instead of at home for the holidays.

  Man arrested, charged for deadly 2017 shooting in Savannah

A 21-year-old man accused of murdering a teenager back in 2017 is now behind bars.

Man injured in shooting, police investigating 33rd, Live Oak streets

The Savannah Police Department is investigating a shooting that injured a man Friday afternoon.

Glynn Co. suspect arrested in connection to kidnapping case

The Glynn County Police Department says a suspect has been arrested in connection to a kidnapping case.

First Alert Forecast: Frost, then freeze? Prepare your yard!

A series of cold fronts are forecast to bring progressively colder air to the central and eastern United States through late next week.

South Carolina issuing 400,000 rebate checks this week to taxpayers

Hundreds of thousands of $50 rebate checks will be headed out in the mail over the next week.

Man seriously injured in single-vehicle crash near Talmadge Bridge

Savannah Police are investigating a single-vehicle crash that happened early Friday morning that shut down the Talmadge Bridge and resulted in serious injuries to the driver.

Taste of Savannah set for Saturday

There are just a few days left for this year’s Savannah Food and Wine Festival and there’s still time to enjoy some of the best cuisines and cocktails our area has to offer.

  ‘No Truck’ signs to be enforced in Bluffton

Traveling through parts of Bluffton may get a little safer.

Telfair Museums to host Free Family Day on Saturday

Telfair Museums will present “Summon the Sea," a free family day this weekend.

Disney on Ice returns to Savannah with ‘Celebrate Memories’

Your favorite Disney characters are back in Savannah this weekend.

Yemassee Town Council member arrested for DUI

A Yemassee Town Council member has been arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence.

  Big Wig Bash held at Savannah Station

The Susan G. Komen Big Wig class of 2019 ended their year with a bash Thursday night.

  Emergency medical kits donated to Bloomingdale Police Department

The Bloomingdale Police Department got an early holiday surprise Thursday night.

  Craig Harney selected for the Junior Achievement Savannah Business Hall of Fame

Thursday night was a special night for WTOC. Our very own Craig Harney was honored by the Junior Achievement.

  American Legion collects donations for Fort Stewart soldiers

A group of Fort Stewart soldiers will be overseas for the holidays. The American Legion in Darien is putting together “Georgia Love” care packages to give soldiers a piece of home.

Sale of Gamble Building to move forward, approved by Savannah City Council

Council voted Thursday on the controversial decision to sell the Gamble Building.

  Pedestrian safety a priority for east end development along River, Bay streets

Savannah’s riverfront continues to grow and develop on the west and east end of River Street.

  Mayor-elect in Glennville hoping to help the city grow

Glennville’s mayor-elect says his priorities will reflect many of the things he’s worked on as a council member for more than a decade.

Manhunt underway for suspect in Aniah Blanchard case

Police have identified a suspect in the missing person case of Aniah Blanchard and have issued an arrest warrant for kidnapping first degree.

  Less than 150 days left for temporary Savannah city manager

It was announced this spring that Pat Monahan would be stepping into the role of Savannah City Manager on a temporary basis.

  Drive-thru flu shot clinic provides special practice for health workers

The drive-thru flu shot clinic was held outside the McIntosh County Health Department on Thursday.

  Good News: Food delivery service helping those in need

As we enter the holiday season, you can help feed less fortunate families in our area by ordering food in for yourself.

  Georgia Southern students donating canned goods to get rid of parking tickets

Georgia Southern University students in Statesboro and Savannah have a chance to help others on campus that are less fortunate.

  Palmetto Electric awards grants to Lowcountry teachers

Palmetto Electric Trust and Cooperative recently recognized innovative ideas in the classroom.

Driver seriously hurt in crash on Dean Forest Rd.

Multiple fire and police units respond to crash.

Photos show person of interest in Aniah Blanchard case

Two photos have been released that show a man the Auburn Police Department is calling a “person of interest”.

  Suspect arrested for deadly shooting in Claxton

Evans County Sheriff Randall Tippins said Mickey Lewis Byrd, Jr. has been arrested in Statesboro.

One person injured in shooting at DuPont, Leghorn streets in Chatham County

One person was taken to the hospital after getting shot in Chatham County.

Groundbreaking being held for new school coming to West Chatham County

The Savannah-Chatham County School System is getting ready to build another school on the west side of the county.

Multi-vehicle wreck cleared on I-95 in Richmond Hill

A multi-vehicle wreck had traffic moving slowly on I-95 in Richmond Hill Wednesday night.

13-year-old N.C. double murder suspect back in custody

A 13-year-old double murder suspect from Robeson County is back in custody, according to the Department of Public Safety.

  SCCPSS Veteran’s Recognition Reception

Wednesday night the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System honored employees who have served or are currently serving our country in the Armed Forces.

Deputies: Employees, patrons find alleged pills in tea at Jimmy John’s

Deputies were called to the same Jimmy John's in Augusta, Ga. about five days apart for the same complaint.

  Canal District master plan summit held, residents updated

After months of feedback and forums, more than 100 residents got the opportunity to hear what recommendations consultants have come up with to revitalize the Canal District in a master plan.

  Teen injured in Fitzgerald Street shooting

The Savannah Police Department is investigating a shooting that left one male injured.

South Carolina continuing to phase in new trackable temporary license plates

The new temporary license plates have a unique alphanumeric code that can be traced back to the owner of the newly-purchased vehicle.

Local foundation joins with SCCPSS to recognize students

A local foundation is once again pairing with the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System to recognize students for their accomplishments, including work outside the classroom.

  Savannah’s newly elected council members discuss results

If unofficial results in Chatham County hold up, we know there will at least be six new members of Savannah City Council beginning in January.

  Voters approve bond referendum in Beaufort County

School leaders in Beaufort County are already planning their next steps as voters appear to have approved the first bond referendum in more than a decade.

  Georgia Southern, Air Force partnership to give engineering students new learning opportunity

University leaders and military developers sat together to sign a deal. Now, Georgia Southern engineering professors and students could be taking on research projects for the Air Force.

Man gets 37 years for shooting near South Carolina beach

A man who shot and killed a teen on a sidewalk near a South Carolina beach has been sentenced to 37 years in prison

  Thomas, Purtee heading to runoff in Savannah council race

The upcoming runoff between Kurtis Purtee and incumbent Tony Thomas will pit the top two vote-getters in the 6th District against each other once again.

  Georgia DFCS director visits Hinesville following toddlers’ deaths

The director of the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services visited Hinesville Wednesday. His visit with case workers in Liberty County follows the September deaths of 3-year old twins Raelynn and Payton Keyes.

  Bulloch County schools participating in food drive

Last year, Bulloch County teachers, staff, and students collected more than six tons of food for local food banks. It was so successful; they were more than eager to do it again this year.

  Vietnam Veterans Memorial mobile unit to stop in Richmond Hill

A Vietnam Veterans Memorial mobile wall is making its way to Richmond Hill on Thursday.

Richmond Hill city council candidate asks for recount

A candidate for Council Post 2 in Richmond Hill has asked for a recount.

Savannah Police seek 2 wanted suspects for unrelated crimes

The Savannah Police Department is asking for the public's help locating two wanted subjects for unrelated crimes.