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Child suicide bomber attacks Turkish wedding party; 51 die

A child suicide bomber killed at least 51 people and wounded nearly 70 others at a Kurdish wedding party near Turkey's border with Syria.


In North Carolina, audience could be shrinking for Trump's message

In North Carolina, a state that may be the most pivotal to Trump's White House bid, the audience for the Republican's chief economic pitch could be shrinking.


Amy Rogers brings Tumblebus to children in Spartanburg, Cherokee counties

A Gaffney woman fulfilled her dream where she purchased a Tumblebus, a school bus that has been converted into a safe, climate-controlled gym on wheels for children 18 months to 7 years old.


Spartanburg schools implement anti-bullying programs

Spartanburg County school districts have implemented a comprehensive program to deter bullying and make reporting easier.


Trump meets National Hispanic Advisory Council in New York

Donald Trump met with his newly-minted Hispanic advisory board in New York Saturday, sitting down with elected officials, business leaders and faith leaders, along with his new campaign team.


Search for living, dead: Louisiana fights back from flooding

Louisiana continues to dig itself out from devastating floods, with search parties going door to door looking for survivors or bodies trapped by flooding so powerful in some cases it disturbed the dead and sent caskets floating from cemeteries.


Escaped Union inmates back in custody

The Union County Sheriff's Office says two inmates who escaped from the Union County jail Friday afternoon are back in custody.


Moped driver killed in crash with truck in Spartanburg

A moped driver died Friday after a collision with a truck in Spartanburg, the Coroner's Office said Saturday.


New Union EMS chief seeks to grow services

Eric Harold, 46, the new Union County EMS director, believes in “serving, leading by example.”


Police body cam funds go to many, including oyster officers

Now that the money is being distributed, it's flowing to every agency that applied -- including one that monitors oyster health and scrutinizes pharmacists, according to a list provided to The Associated Press.


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