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UPDATE: The coroner's office released the name of the 67-year-old man who was killed in the fire.

Mac Miller's family released a new album of his music today. Miller died in Sept. 2018.

When a group of California school children heard about the wildfires in Australia, they wanted to help. Take a look at the lemonade stand that's helping animals in need thousands of miles away.

"I'm just glad to still be here. It didn't really hit me until the doctor said, 'You know you almost died right?'" she said said. "When he said it like that I was like wow."

A deadly shooting in Anderson County has been ruled as self defense, deputies say.

Animals that were rescued from a Laurens County puppy mill this week will soon be put up for adoption around the country.

A Pickens Co. family has a brand new home thanks to Clemson Tigers athletes and Habitat for Humanity.

An arrest has been made in connection to a double murder in Greenville County that happened on Jan. 10.


Teen pretends to be anime character, chases girl, gets arrested -

"Jeff Sessions served our nation well and honorably as Attorney General. He has dedicated his whole life to conservatism and upholding the Rule of Law."

Guests will be served a 100% plant-based meal just ahead of showtime Sunday. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association said Thursday that it wants the initiative to raise environmental awareness about food consumption and waste.

Easley High School officials confirmed that former Clemson running back CJ Fuller has died.  

The month-long search for 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard has ended in tragedy as her probable remains are discovered Monday afternoon in Macon County, Ala.

AMBER Alert: Calah Waskow taken by Jason Johnson traveling in tan Crown Victoria with SC plate KVJ240

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Driver facing charges in head on crash that claimed lives of 19-year-old girls from Spartanburg Co.

WATCH: The Department of Defense released new details, including pictures and video, of the raid that killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi over the weekend.