Soon drivers will have an elevated view over the Wilmington River. The new Islands Expressway Bridge is nearing the halfway point of construction and is expected to open to car traffic by early August.
Fake online Pharmacies are partly to blame for the spread of deadly drugs in our country. That’s according to lawmakers and whistleblowers. But cracking-down on these Fake Pharmacies can be very difficult.
The powerful drug Fentanyl is fueling a record-setting number of overdose deaths in Georgia and South Carolina. Despite warnings, officials say they expect even more people to die in 2022. And they say many of those people won’t even realize what they’re taking until it’s too late.
We hear a lot about historic preservation in Savannah, and the city has gone to great lengths to protect our rich history. But with thousands of people flocking downtown around the holidays, and lights and decorations up everywhere, WTOC Investigates wanted to learn more about the city’s emergency fire plans for the area around historic River Street.
WTOC Investigates recently told you about an uptick in teen-involved shootings in Savannah. It’s a cycle many people in the community are working hard to break. Advocates say mental health is a big part of that, and that there’s a need for more mental health services.
About a dozen new cameras were just activated near five schools in Chatham County, as well as in Effingham County. We wanted to find out how big of a problem speeding is in those areas, and whether the cameras are making people slow down.
A group is suing every single member of Savannah’s City Council, claiming that some of them knowingly approved a homeless shelter project on what they claim is the site of the largest slave auction in U.S. history.