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    Farmer Defies State, Ships Vidalia Onions "Early"


    Delbert Bland says he has years of experience on his side. "When an onion is ready to pick it's ready and no one especially someone sitting behind a desk in Atlanta should be deciding otherwise," he says. More>>

    Bft Co. Backlogged By Thousands of Tax Appeals


    Beaufort County is backlogged with tax appeals and assessments. Some neighbors have waited months to get their adjustments and may wait even longer. Kimberly Beacham is a Bluffton resident and one of More>>

    Three Charged in Area Burglaries


    Three men are charged in connection with three Savannah burglaries and police are crediting neighbors for their arrests. More>>

    $1 Million in Counterfeit Merchandise Seized in Savannah


    U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officials say more than $1 million in counterfeit soccer merchandise destined for metro Atlanta has been seized in Savannah.

    Case Against Accused Rapist Sent Up to Superior Court

    Torrey Scott Torrey Scott

    The case against Torrey Scott, accused in the rape of a woman allegedly kidnapped from the Candler Hospital parking lot on February 9th, has been sent up to Superior Court. More>>

    NC Teacher Arrested for Sending Obscene Photos/Videos to Students


    A former middle school teacher in Cleveland County has been arrested and accused of sending obscene videos and pictures of herself to students. More>>

    $525 Fine for Drink Refill at SC Hospital


    The first drink costs 89 cents.  A refill proved to cost hundreds of dollars more for a man at a Charleston hospital. More>>

    Body Found Believed to be Missing Lady's Island Woman


    The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office is looking for a missing Lady's Island woman last seen yesterday (Tuesday, April 15th) around noon.  Mercy Ann Eklund left her residence on Fairfield Road in a 2007 More>>

    Man Indicted, Arrested in Connection with Ogeechee Boating Death


    Joseph Webb was indicted and arrested in connection with death of Shana Crozier More>>

    Update: Bluffton Police Officer Fired after Incident on Tybee Island

    Officer Henry Criss has been charged with aggravated assault Officer Henry Criss has been charged with aggravated assault

    Update:  The Bluffton Police Department is announcing the termination of Officer Henry Criss and the resignation of Officer Lindsey Marion after an internal investigation into the actions of the two officers while off duty on Tybee Island. More>>

    Groves High School Celebrates Month of the Military Child

    Groves High School is celebrating April as Month of the Military Child. The observance recognizes the important role children play in the Armed Forces community.  More>>

    DHEC Invites Public Comment on Jelly Balls


    South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is asking for public input on the proposed Carolina Jelly Balls plant in Beaufort County and the existing processing plant in Colleton More>>

    Rise of Internet Doesn't Mean Fall of Libraries

    It's National Library Week and it is being celebrated at facilities all across the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry.You may think the rise of the Internet may mean the fall of libraries in the 21st century. More>>

    Girl Collects Thousands of Toys for St. Jude

    There's no age limit when it comes to the gift of giving. Here's the story of a little girl giving back in a big way. More>>

    Dance Show 'Soul Train' May Boogie onto Broadway


    The groundbreaking song-and-dance show "Soul Train" is chugging toward Broadway. Stage and film producer Matthew Weaver, who helped create "Rock of Ages," has acquired the theatrical stage rights to More>>

    Crimestoppers Most Wanted Suspects for April 17, 2014

    Gianna Nelson takes a look at this week's Crimestoppers Most Wanted Suspects. More>>

    Beaufort Based Marines Coming Home

    After 9 months supporting Operation Enduring Freedom Marine Fighter attack Squadron 312 has a homecoming date. The squadron will have two arrivals. Pilots and aircraft will return to Marine Corps More>>

    What Qualities Should the Next Savannah Police Chief Have? Video included


    One week left for public to fill out Police Chief surveys. Almost 500 people responded already More>>

    Farmer Ships Vidalia Onions Ahead of Start Date


    A major grower of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions says he's shipping early to supermarkets in defiance of the state agriculture commissioner, who has warned that a new regulation prohibits shipments before Monday. More>>

    Savannah Fire Department Uses News 3 Video To Analyze Response


    Savannah Fire and Emergency Services is getting a unique opportunity to see how their men and women work. News 3 was first on the scene of a massive home fire on 38th street last Tuesday, even before emergency More>>

    New Armstrong Field Lab Opens on Ossabaw Island


    A former meat processing facility on Ossabaw Island has been transformed into a field laboratory for Armstrong State University scientists and students. More>>

    Beaufort BOE Schedules Public Forums


    The Beaufort County Board of Education has scheduled two public forums for community members to learn more about the school district budget that is being developed for the 2014-15 school year. More>>

    Confirmed Fatality in Accident on Highway 119


    Fort Stewart officials say an accident with injuries is blocking traffic on Highway 119. More>>

    Online Petition Seeks to Halt Redevelopment of Marina


    A grassroots group known as Civic Green, launched an online petition Friday. It's seeking to stop the redevelopment of the Beaufort Downtown Marina parking lot. The group wants it turned it into a park More>>

    Feds to State of Georgia: Do More on Food Stamp Program or Lose Funds

    The State of Georgia has made great progress in clearing a backlog of 30,000 food stamp applications according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That's the good news from the state perspective. More>>

    McIntosh County School Officials Charged with Various Crimes


    Three high ranking school officials are facing charges related to a teacher accused of having sex with students. More>>

    PHOTO GALLERY: Customer tackles robber at Sarasota CVS store

    A surveillance camera recorded the dramatic takedown that could have been a scene right out of a Hollywood movie. More>>

    Savannah State University Science Experiment to Rocket into Space

    Savannah State University is working on a major research project.

    Classes Canceled at Auburn Due to Threat


    All classes are canceled at Auburn University after a threat was found written on a wall on campus. Today marks the seventh anniversary of the deadly shooting at Virginia Tech. Thirty-two people on More>>

    Gulfstream Makes One the Biggest Deals in Company History


    Gulfstream Aerospace held a signing ceremony with Minsheng Financial Leasing Co. Ltd. on Tuesday at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition. More>>

    Savannah Man Arrested In Saturday Shooting


    Savannah Chatham Metro Police have arrested and charged a Savannah man with the shooting of another man on the 2400 block of Harden Street Saturday.19-year-old Tyreque Cawley was arrested early this morning More>>

    Armstrong to Drop "Atlantic" From University Name Video included

    Armstrong Atlantic State University has been given the green light to shorten its name to Armstrong State University. The University System of Georgia's Board of Regents voted earlier today to allow the change. More>>

    Nurses Honored at Memorial University Medical Center


    Nurses at Memorial University Medical Center were honored Wednesday with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. More>>

    Savannah EOA to Host Annual Housing Fair

    AP Graphics AP Graphics

    The Economic Opportunity Authority of Savannah-Chatham County will host its annual Housing Fair this Saturday. The free event is a part of the agency's Home Buyer's Program.

    42-Year-Old Cold Case Solved


    Closure for families of two teenagers missing since 1971. The South Dakota girls disappeared while driving to a party. Today their families have answers. http://www.nbcnews.com/#/news/us-news/simpl More>>

    Vote for Savannah as Best Historic City


    Savannah is on yet another prestigious list. But where we place is up to you. USA Today Travel is rating the ten best historic cities in the country. We are up against Boston, San Francisco and Charleston More>>

    TRAFFIC ALERT: No movement on GA Hwy. 25


    According to Port Wentworth Police, there is a traffic delay in the Garden City Terminal area.  It says it is due to a technical glitch at the ports. More>>

    7th Anniversary of VA Tech Shooting Rampage


    Today marks seven years since a deadly shooting on the campus of Virginia Technical College in Blacksburg, Virginia. More>>

    Hoop for the Cure in Savannah

    Every 11 minutes, another family receives the crushing news that their child has Autism Spectrum Disorder according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Autism affects 1 in 88 children More>>

    Sav. Photographer Reflects On Being At The Boston Marathon One Year Ago


    Today in Boston thousands of people observed a moment of silence near the Boston Marathon finish line to mark the moment when two explosions went off last year. Three people were killed and 260 others More>>

    SUV Hits House in Hinesville


    Police say no one was hurt when the driver of an SUV slammed into his neighbors house in Desert Shield Street in Hinesville Tuesday evening. More>>

    Thomas-Greenfield to Speak at SSU Commencement

    Linda Thomas-Greenfield Linda Thomas-Greenfield

    Assistant Secretary Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who leads the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of African Affairs, will give the commencement speech at Savannah State University's graduation ceremony next month. More>>

    BCSD Needs $10mil Increase in 2014-15 Budget


    Time to loosen the purse strings, the Beaufort County school district is asking for an increase of $10 million in its budget next year. "We've got almost four million dollars in mandates from the state, More>>

    Man Sentenced to 90 Years for 2013 Crime Spree


    Anthony Bernard Parrish Jr. entered an open ended plea deal for a slew of crimes committed back in March of 2013 including stealing a police car, and shooting police officers. More>>

    SURVELLIANCE VIDEO: Runaway Horse in Downtown Savannah Video included


    WSAV has learned that a horse carriage was involved in an accident in downtown Savannah on Monday. More>>

    CAT Board Decides On Mark MacPhail Memorial Video included


    New details on a proposed memorial for a fallen Metro Police Officer. We first broke this story in October with an exclusive report. Board members at Chatham Area Transit are considering a memorial More>>

    2014 Komen Race For The Cure Raises $425,000 Video included


    The streets in downtown Savannah were covered in pink Saturday for the annual Komen Race for the Cure.  More>>

    Hinesville Dealer says Repairs Beginning on Recalled Ignition Parts


    Mike Reed says his Chevrolet dealership has received one shipment of replacement parts to repair ignition switches on vehicles that are part of the big General Motors recall. More>>

    Caught on Camera: Soldier Surprise Video included


    There was a special moment at the Phoenix Suns basketball game Monday night. More>>

    Gov. Deal signs Bills Assisting Veterans & Military Families


    On Tuesday, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law legislation that allows any court with jurisdiction over criminal cases to establish veterans court divisions. More>>

    White Bluff Elementary Dedicates Playground to Former Student


    On Tuesday White Bluff Elementary School dedicated the naming of the school playground to former student Matthew Hayden Beasley. More>>

    UPDATE: Escapee Appears in Court Video included


    A wanted Tattnall County jail escapee is back on law enforcement's radar. A be on the lookout request was sent out from Fort Stewart concerning Chad Dasher. Dasher escaped from the Tattnall County jail More>>

    CNT Seeks Public's Help Locating Wanted Person

    34-year-old Jabbar Muhammad Ali Williams 34-year-old Jabbar Muhammad Ali Williams

    The Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team, or CNT, is seeking the public's assistant in locating a wanted person. More>>

    US Airways Apologizing for Graphic Photo Video included

    Source: NBC News Source: NBC News

    US Airways is apologizing for a graphic photo that was accidentally posted on the company's official Twitter account on Monday. More>>

    DHEC Wants Public's Help Tracking West Nile In SC


    Public health officials are seeing the public's help in tracking the arrival of the West Nile virus in South Carolina.    The Department of Health and Environmental Control says people can give the agency More>>

    More ‘OvaEasy’ Dried Egg Products Recalled


    The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced that Nutriom LLC, a Lacey, Wash. establishment, is recalling an additional 82,884 pounds of processed egg products that More>>

    Good Friday Walk to Help Homeless


    The Liberty County Homeless Coalition will sponsor the 3rd Annual Good Friday Walk for Shelter on April 18 and you can still take part. More>>

    PHOTO GALLERY: A History of Savannah in Maps


    Here's an interesting look back at the history of our beautiful city through the plans to create it. More>>

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    • Chelsea Clinton expecting 1st child

      Chelsea Clinton expecting 1st child

      Thursday, April 17 2014 5:24 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:24:05 GMT
      Chelsea Clinton says she and her husband are expecting their first child later this year.
      Call it the year of the baby: Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are expecting their first child later this year.
    • Illinois gives early OK to $100M for Obama museum

      Illinois gives early OK to $100M for Obama museum

      Thursday, April 17 2014 5:23 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:23:55 GMT
      Even though Chicago is where Barack Obama got his start in politics, first lady Michelle Obama grew up and the Obamas still call their hometown, state and local officials aren't taking for granted that the...
      Even though Chicago is where Barack Obama got his start in politics, first lady Michelle Obama grew up and the Obamas still call their hometown, state and local officials aren't taking for granted that the Windy City...
    • Holder: Hate crimes 'an affront to who we are'

      Holder: Hate crimes 'an affront to who we are'

      Thursday, April 17 2014 5:23 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:23:53 GMT
      Attorney General Eric Holder says all Americans are standing with the mourners of three people killed at Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City.
      All Americans stand with the mourners of three people killed at Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City, Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday, adding that hate crimes are "an affront" to the nation.
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