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  Trail Of Hope - The Struggle To Vote

The Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution declares “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.”

WTOC Special Report: Coal Ash Conflict

AP Awards Best Staff Coverage 2013 Stormy Morning

AP Awards Best Spot News Video 2013 I-16 shootout

Best Sports 2013 Around the Green Augusta

Best Specialized Reporting 2013 Cancer Survivor

Best Newscast 6 pm Tanker Explosion

Continued Coverage

Best Weather Reporting 2013 Tropical Storm Andrea

Best General Reporting 2013 - Guy Heinze Jr.

Best Staff Coverage 2013 - I-16 Shootout

Best Spot News Video 2013 - Water tower

Best Series 2013 - Don't Throw It Away

AP Awards 2013 - Best Series Senior Active

AP Awards 2013 - Best News Special Programming

Best News Special Programming

AP Awards 2013 - Best Specialized Reporting

Best Specialized Reporting 2013

AP Awards 2013 - Best Newscast

Two brothers and veterans start a clothing line called Nine Line Apparel.

AP Awards 2013 - Best Investigative Story

Big Business Behind Bars - in this digital world we live in, some may say inmates are just as free as the rest of us, connected to the outside world through cell phones.

AP Awards 2013 - Best General Reporting

AP Awards 2013 - Best Feature 2013 bucket list

AP Awards 2013 - Best Feature 2013

AP Awards 2013 - Best Spot News

Super Tuesday Map

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Rock 'n' Roll Marathon

Get updates on the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon from WTOC.

RSS Feed Info

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Watch Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.: Pursuit of the American Dream

Watch Brandi Cummings' special report "In Pursuit of the American Dream" at 5:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Tuesday.

Country Music Awards Nominees

The 42nd Academy of Country Music Awards air March 15 on CBS.

Sunday at 11 p.m.: Danger on the Lot

Find out how auto recalls could be putting drivers in danger.

LIVE CHAT: St. Patrick's Day 2011

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Women of Influence: Charlotte Ray/Chief Judge Tammy Stokes

Find out more about the first black female lawyer and what made a psychology major decide to go to law school.

Women of Influence: Cathay Williams & Lt. Col. Valerie Dunham

Find out more about the first African-American female soldier Cathay Williams and Lt. Col. Valerie Dunham who spent 12 years active duty in the U.S. Air Force.

Thursday at 6: Rebuilding My Life

Watch Rebuilding My Life: An Exclusive Conversation with Amber Fields on The News at Six on Thursday.

CHAT Transcript: Your Finances and the Fiscal Cliff

Check out the transcript to see answers financial experts to see answers about taxes, the Fiscal Cliff and how it effects your paycheck.

Watch at 5 p.m.: And the Sign Says

Watch "And The Sign Says" on Thursday on The News at Five on WTOC-TV.

Watch at 5 & 6 pm: Seniors at the Wheel

Watch the Special Report Seniors at the Wheel on WTOC.

Wednesday at 6 p.m.: Driver Ratings

Find out about a website that helps you deal with bad drivers.

Watch at 6 p.m.: Streets of Speed

Watch THE News at 6 for Jamie Ertle's special report Streets of Speed.

Monday at 6 pm: Kids Hiding Texts

Your kids could be sending and receiving inappropriate and sometimes dangerous text messages.

Thursday at 11: Cocaine Trail

Find out more about what suspects are doing to traffick cocaine through the Lowcountry.

THE News on the Radio

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Sign Up for WTOC Email Alerts

WTOC currently offers 5 email distribution lists, available either as text or HTML.

2009 Saint Patrick's Day image gallery

Check out pictures from WTOC of the 2009 Saint Patrick's Day Parade!

City Stats on St. Patrick's Day

Check out what it took to keep Savannah safe and clean for St. Patrick's Day.

2009 Halloween Events

Check out just some of the fall and Halloween events going on around the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry.

Heroes' Legacy: A WWII memorial in Savannah

A memorial is still in the making for our WW II veterans but is closer to becoming a reality than ever before.

WTOC Celebration of America Essay Contest

We asked middle school students to tell us in 100 words or less which great American in history did they most admire and why.

Experts weigh in on rocket debris found on Hilton Head

A big piece of a rocket washed on shore Saturday at Palmetto Dunes. Space experts seem to think the rocket was launched at Cape Canaveral, Florida.

BP begins novel effort to try to stop Gulf oil

BP says it is trying to seal the blown-out oil well in the Gulf of Mexico by pumping heavy mud into it.

Rocket debris washes ashore on Hilton Head Island

What goes up, must come down and over the weekend a piece of a rocket washed up on the beach on Hilton Head Island.

Jobless rate decreases in Georgia

The Georgia Department of Labor reports the state's unemployment rate declined last month. But it's still well above the national rate.

SC unemployment rate down to 11.6 percent

South Carolina's new Department of Employment and Workforce says the state's unemployment rate has dropped for the third straight month to 11.6 percent.

Vidalia onions ready for sale

Georgia agriculture commissioner Tommy Irvin set April 27 as the official shipping date when the onions can be sent to market.

Committee discusses Project DeRenne with city council

The Project DeRenne advisory committee met with city council members Thursday morning to make their latest recommendations for DeRenne Avenue.

Louisiana oil rig sinks; 11 still missing

The US Coast Guard says the oil platform that exploded off the coast of Louisiana Tuesday has now sunk into the Gulf of Mexico and has the potential to be a major spill.

Tim McGraw Trivia Contest

Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to a Tim McGraw concert scheduled for Friday, April 30 on the campus of Georgia Southern University.

Search continues for missing oil rig workers

A massive oil rig explosion off the coast of Louisiana Tuesday night left seven workers injured and at least 11 others still missing on Wednesday.

Official Tim McGraw Trivia Contest Rules

Click here to read the official Tim McGraw trivia contest rules.

JCB backhoe reaches California

A JBC backhoe that left from Tybee Island on a cross-country trip to raise money for earthquake victims in Haiti is now in Santa Monica, California.

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

WTOC is inviting everyone to be a part of our team in the Savannah Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. To be part of the WTOC team, check the "team" box under type of entry and write in WTOC. However,

Chatham Academy student wins coloring contest

Fifth grade student Hayden Howze from Chatham Academy is this year's winner of the Saint Patrick's Day coloring contest.

Heartache in Haiti: A candid account by Sonny Dixon

Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine I would go to Haiti. But I did.

Snow in the South: Viewers' Pics

More than 1,150 snowy pics were sent in to WTOC of the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry's first snow fall in years.

Poll: One in five would spend Valentine's Day with pet

According to a recent Reuters/Ipsos poll, one in five adults worldwide would rather spend Valentine's Day with their pet than significant other.

Ask Corey

Viewers write in and ask Corey about how he lost weight and what he suggests you can do to get healthy.

Best Morning Ever: Halloween

Missed this morning's Halloween special on THE News at Daybreak? Then join Mike Cihla, Jennifer Serda, Dave Turley and the entire morning crew for the best Halloween highlights!

Savannah Veterans Day Parade

Soldiers from wars past and present made their way around downtown Savannah

Remarks of President Obama at Fort Hood memorial service

Click here to read the full speech given by President Obama at the Fort Hood memorial service.

Nov. 3 election information

General municipal and special elections in Georgia and South Carolina are taking place Tuesday, November 3.

Losing it with Corey

Dawn Baker introduces us to a very determined man who is inspiring people with his commitment and dedication to reaching his goals.

The Conspirator begins filming in Savannah

Filming began in downtown Savannah on Monday for The Conspirator , a movie by Robert Redford.

Redford filming begins in Savannah

Filming for Robert Redford's new movie The Conspirator is set to begin in downtown Savannah Monday.

Refinery explosion report released

The US Chemical Safety Board has released its report on the February 7, 2008 explosion at Imperial Sugar that killed 14 people and injured dozens more.

Text of Obama's speech on health care

Click here to read the President's entire speech on health care to Congress.

Viewer-Submitted Parade Pictures

Send us your pictures of the parade and the fun of St. Patrick's Day and we'll post them on our website.

Live from the Parade Route

Live St. Patrick's Day parade photo and blog coverage from Gallery Espresso in downtown Savannah.

Beaufort Water Festival Parade Images

Crowds turned out in downtown Beaufort today for one of the biggest events of the 52nd annual Beaufort Water Festival: the parade.

Heavy rains cause major flooding

Some heavy rains Monday afternoon and early evening caused some major flooding around Savannah.

Funeral service for legendary CBS anchor

Legendary CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite will be laid to rest today at 2pm in New York City. Click here to watch the service Live.

Cool Schools

For the next few weeks, we'll be featuring a Cool School every Thursday.

Michael Jackson memorial service

Click here to watch the Michael Jackson memorial service LIVE from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

DTV set up and reception troubleshooting tips

On June 12, 2009, WTOC stopped using our analog over-the-air signal and made the Big Switch to our new, digital channel 11. Click here for help with set up and reception problems.