Health

UPDATE | One puppy still fighting for life after parvovirus takes over local animal rescue


Free cancer screenings at Augusta University Medical Center


S.C. Dept. of Health and Environmental Control to offer free STD testing


University Health Care System will accept the insurance of Trinity Hospital patients


Trinity Hospital to be sold to owner of University Health Care System


FDA approves 1st drug for aggressive multiple sclerosis


House GOP abruptly pulls troubled health care bill


Kids drinking small amount of juice will not cause weight problems, research shows


New MCG grant would help spot concussion victims


Georgia Cancer Center looks at lung cancer rates in Augusta


House GOP releases bill replacing Obama health care overhaul


Georgia HIV infections drop six percent every year for six years


UPDATE | Senate Bill 166 could help with local nurse shortage


What is dementia?


Teen suicide attempts fell as same-sex marriage became legal


Barnwell Urgent Care Center set to open at the end of February


Augusta one of the unhealthiest cities in America, study finds


Aiken mother begs lawmakers to pass cannabis oil bill


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National Headlines from NBC News

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.

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.

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.