The ITEAM found two programs that allow medical garnishments. We also found a pattern of people not being warned or told how to appeal. Which is illegal. We reached out to lawmakers to see what they're doing.
With many cell towers down or inoperable, it is extremely difficult for people who need help and people who want to help. Rescue departments and volunteers have turned to a smartphone app as a solution.
Crews in Florida are working around the clock as people and businesses are dealing with life-altering situations. We talked to a volunteer to find out how critical it is to have extra help during relief efforts right now.
A new program to better support student mental health launches Monday after a recent review of the state’s mental health services in schools found that only half of the state’s schools had mental health services.
The metro is expected to miss most of the storm, but that doesn’t mean people in Augusta aren’t concerned. We talked to one woman who says she’s terrified of trees falling around her home as the wind started to pick up.
Many stores and businesses have remained closed over the past day including some places downtown. But thankfully, the only real weather difference you can feel down at Plant Riverside is a strong wind.