Environment

UPDATE | Savannah Riverkeeper officials speak out after judge dismisses Kinder Morgan lawsuit


Yoga pants, cozy clothes may be key source of sea pollution


Preventing pests from entering your home this Spring


Exclusive look inside Barnwell State Park after EF-2 tornado rips through


UPDATE | Results are in after oil sheen was found flowing into the Savannah River


List of city roads affected by sewer overflow


UPDATE | Highway 28 reopen after gas leak in McCormick County


Kanye West cancels remaining dates on Saint Pablo Tour


Wildfire smoke and its affect on your health


Many outdoor activities banned as fires burn across South


UGA settles with EPA over hazardous waste violations


UPDATE: Blast-damaged gasoline line back in service


$151k worth of marijuana seized from Emanuel County property


Georgia Power President and CEO speaks at Augusta Rotary Club


Local law enforcement, school districts prepare for gas shortages


Mammoth 800-pound gator caught in South Carolina lake


Boil water advisory issued for some Aiken city residents


UPDATE | Punctured gas line on Washington Road at Blanchard Road sealed


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National Headlines from NBC News

Trump Warns of Possible 'Major, Major Conflict' With North Korea

President Donald Trump told Reuters that America could be headed for a "major, major conflict" with North Korea over that country's nuclear program.

Hawk Attacks Leave Neighbors on Edge

Residents of one Florida town are keeping an eye on the sky when they venture outside. WESH's Bob Kealing reports.

Pregnant Woman Robbed and Run Over

A pregnant woman survived being run over after being robbed in a parking lot. KPRC's Phil Archer reports.

Utah Rep. Chaffetz Reveals 'Screwy' Reason for Missing Work

Rep. Jason Chaffetz posted a startling X-ray showing the hardware that has been holding his right foot together for the last 12 years.

Wells Fargo Scam Targeted Undocumented Immigrants, Lawsuit Claims

Employees were instructed to "round up" undocumented day laborers and coax them into opening bank accounts. A bank spokesperson denied it.