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Price Gouging Statute in Effect

From: Palmetto Scene

Aimee Crouch

gas pump

South Carolina's price gouging statute is now in effect, which prohibits "unconscionable prices" when in a state of emergency. The statute will be in effect for the next 15 days and gougers can be charged a $1000 fine and/or 30 days in jail.

S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson said, “As we prepare for Hurricane Matthew to make landfall in South Carolina, it’s imperative that South Carolinians make necessary preparations and follow safety instructions. Our...

#HurricaneMatthew Prep Information from Governor Haley: Wednesday Morning

From: Palmetto Scene

Kaitlyn Park

Track of Hurricane Matthew

Governor Nikki Haley held a press conference Wednesday morning to update the state on the status of Hurricane Matthew.

Nikki Haley informed reporters at the South Carolina Emergency Management Division (EMD) that the National Weather Service advised her this morning how the storm had changed overnight. The storm has slowed down and “moved somewhat”, but could move back before arriving to South Carolina. Haley said her team will “move as the storm moves”....

Get the Latest News about Hurricane Matthew LIVE from the SCETV App

From: SCETV

Tabitha Safdi

SC Public Radio

Take South Carolina Public Radio through this emergency using our SCETV App. South Carolina Public Radio’s News is streamed LIVE from the App.

Download the SCETV App from the iTunes App Store or the Android store.

The App also integrates social media for easy sharing. For the latest on Hurricane Matthew, visit SCETV.org , South Carolina Public Radio and SCETV.

Governor Nikki Haley Urges Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Matthew: Tuesday Update

From: SCETV

Governor Nikki Haley Urges Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Matthew

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Governor Nikki Haley issued an executive order declaring a State of Emergency and asked residents to prepare for a potential evacuation of the South Carolina coast in advance of any impact from Hurricane Matthew.

As state officials continue to monitor weather conditions, the governor will update residents about preparations for Hurricane Matthew, including the need for an evacuation of coastal areas, during a news conference on Wednesday, October 5, at 9:00...

ETV Weather Emergency Resources

From: SCETV

Road Closed

Recovery efforts from Hurricane Matthew are continuing. Please see the resources below for assistance or ways you can volunteer or donate.

Quick Phone Numbers

PIPS SC Public Information Phone System 866-246-0133 (SCEMD)

For road information: 855-467-2368 or 855-GOSCDOT

Residents continuing to recover from Hurricane Matthew should call 2-1-1 for any assistance if their needs for food, clothing and shelter are not being met. Callers will be connected to local relief...

Susan Pringle Frost

From: SC Hall of Fame

Photograph of Susan Pringle Frost

Susan Pringle Frost dedicated her life to making sure that Charleston’s historic architectural beauty would be preserved. Born in Charleston to wealthy parents in 1873, she lived in the Miles Brewton House on King Street. When her family’s fortune dwindled, Frost got a job as a stenographer. Working for architect Bradford Lee Gilbert, she discovered she had a taste for historic architecture. Later as a U.S. District Court stenographer, she became interested in the women’s...

Darla Moore

From: SC Hall of Fame

Photograph of Darla Moore

Darla Moore was born and raised near Lake City, South Carolina, growing up on the family cotton, soybean and tobacco farm. After graduating from Lake City High School, she attended the University of South Carolina to study political science, later working for the Republican National Committee in Washington. In 1982, Moore gained her MBA from George Washington University and moved to New York City where she became become one of the most successful and highest...

Tele-Stroke and Teamwork Go Hand-in-Hand

From: Telehealth

Marina Ziehe

Dr. Metha providing telehealth.

A stroke is a "brain attack." It occurs when blood flow to an area of the brain is cut off. It can happen to anyone at any time. In South Carolina, thousands of people die from stroke every year. The problem is aggravated by the fact that many hospitals, especially in rural areas of South Carolina, do not have a neurologist on staff. In order to increase access to quality stroke care, the South Carolina...

Homegrown Cooking Sauces Dip into Local Markets

From: Palmetto Scene

Kaitlyn Park

savvy foods bottles with steak, shrimp and barbecue sandwich

“I taught myself from a lot of trial and error and watching a lot of Food Network. I like to say, you really can learn something from television.”

Savvy Foods cooking sauces President and Chef Will Lacey is by no means a traditional chef de cuisine, and he wouldn’t hesitate to tell you that.

Working as a bartender for Five Point’s Bar None, Lacey spent his nights off testing out ideas from...

Trump with Lead in Latest Winthrop Poll

From: Palmetto Scene

Aimee Crouch

Winthrop Poll

In the latest Winthrop Poll, Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton 42% to 38% in South Carolina. The poll was conducted before Monday’s presidential debate and 53% of the respondents feel Clinton is a capable candidate, while 46% feel Trump is. But, when asked if they felt each candidate was honest, 21% feel Clinton is and 32% feel Trump is.

Scott Huffmon, director of The Winthrop Poll, said, “While Clinton is seen as the...

ETV Carolinas: York Tech Students and South Carolina ETV!

From: SCETV Regionals

Kaitlyn Cannon

Photo taken of York Technical College students using ETV Carolinas' studio.

As a student, the best way to be prepared for post-graduate life is real-life experience. And, for students studying Teleproduction Technology at York Technical College , real-life experience can be found on the other side of the hallway.

ETV Carolinas is located on York Technical College’s campus. Because of the partnership between South Carolina ETV and York Technical College, students are able to use the professional equipment that SCETV makes available weekly. On a...

Bullying and Suicide Prevention - View Online!

From: Education

Ken DeBerry

Students working to stop bullying

Carolina Classrooms is ETV's monthly educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children. Each program focuses on key educational topics and initiatives in our state. Watch Full Episodes

Bullying and Suicide Prevention

This program will focus on bullying and suicide prevention as we look at how social issues affect student health and the learning process. In addition, we’ll talk about what resources are available to help....

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, October 2016

From: SCETV

Raging Water

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

This month marks the one-year anniversary of the floods that devastated much of our state. SCETV has produced a special documentary, entitled Raging Water , that takes a look back at this catastrophic event and its devastating effects—some of which are ongoing today. Photographs, footage and interviews with many of those affected illustrate the destruction, rebuilding, and resiliency of the people of our state. Produced by Mark Adams, the...

Carolina Classrooms: Education Options for SC Students Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Teacher heping students working on tablet

Education options for our South Carolina students are varied and rich! Join ETV on October 26 at 7:00 p.m. as we talk with K-12 leaders and look at how and where our students are learning. From virtual schools to magnet schools to home schools, our students have options to meet their educational needs. View online now.

Carolina Classrooms is ETV’s monthly educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education...

Raging Water – New ETV Documentary on 2015 Flood

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Shot of flooded area

ETV’s new documentary entitled Raging Water explores the effects of the historic “1,000-year flood” that devastated our state in 2015. As a potential rain event turned into a catastrophe, our state faced the breach of manmade structures, the failure of water systems, and floodwaters that swept into an already engorged river system.

The midlands of South Carolina endured compromised roadways, the loss of homes and even cherished sites were threatened. Then the water traveled...

SCETV’s Between the Waters Project - Now Available!

From: Education

Betsy Newman

Screen shot from Between the Waters website

Between the Waters, www.betweenthewaters.org , is SCETV’s new immersive transmedia website showcasing the culture and history of Hobcaw Barony, a 16,000 acre historic site on the coast of South Carolina. Located between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, Hobcaw is a crossroads representing every era of human history, providing a lens through which many threads of the nation’s story may be examined. Visitors to the Between the Waters website take a self-directed virtual tour of Hobcaw...

EOC Reports: It’s Not Just Football Season, It’s Reading Season!

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Education Oversight Committee Read Your Way to the Big Game 2016 Reading Content

The “Read Your Way to the Big Game” Contest is underway for the second year in a row! Contest kits have been mailed to all primary, elementary, and middle schools in South Carolina. Public school students in PK-8 are again eligible to participate in this year’s contest, which ends November 1.

Two winning students (one reading for the University of South Carolina and one for Clemson) each will receive four free tickets to the...

ETV Trainers Provide Free, Diverse PD: 1 to Many or 1 to 1

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Young students using tablets

ETV trainers will come to your school or district to provide quality professional development workshops on diverse topics: mobile devices, 1 to many or 1 to 1, Webtools, StreamlineSC, and more … all to meet your needs!

These powerful and engaging workshops are FREE for South Carolina public, charter, private, and home schools. We invite schools and districts to look at the current ETV Professional Development Workshop offerings and contact ETV Education to book...

ETV Highlights for October 2016

From: Education

Bette Jamison

Photo from Autism: Emerging from the Maze

National Disability and Down Syndrome Awareness Month:

Carolina Stories: Spokes and Strings – Wheelchair Tennis

Athletes Bob Masella, Sarah Castell and Israel Shulz rely on wheels, not legs, in national competitions of wheelchair tennis.

Airs: October 2 at 4:00 p.m. on ETV

Southern Lens: Jackson Sandwich

A filmmaker chronicles the early days following his son’s diagnosis with autism.

Airs: October 2 at 4:30 p.m....

A Mother's Voice

From: Palmetto Scene

Aimee Crouch

reading

There are almost 1,400 women incarcerated in South Carolina prisons, and 80 percent of those women are mothers—mothers who are missing integral parts of their children’s developmental years.

Through a program developed at The Riley Institute at Furman University's Diversity Leadership Initiative, along with S.C.'s Department of Correction, A Mother's Voice, has become a reality and is now helping to connect those mothers to their children.

For more on the program, visit The...

Our Charleston Stations Will Be Off Air Temporarily

From: SCETV

Glenn Rawls

Charleston Broadcast notice

We're replacing our TV and radio antennas in Charleston, a process that was interrupted by Hurricane Matthew. We hope to have crews back in Charleston Tuesday to finish the work, which should take several days. Thank you for your patience.

Our radio service WSCI-FM 89.3 is available anytime on southcarolinapublicradio.org or by using our app available via Google or iTunes.

For those who might be curious, our friends at grammarist.com note that “antennae”...

Behind the Scenes of the Battle of Camden

From: Behind the Scenes

Kaitlyn Cannon

The Battle of Camden Reenactment

Just recently, the South Carolina ETV team travelled to Camden, South Carolina to shoot footage for The Southern Campaign of The American Revolution . This shoot’s focus was the Battle of Camden, which occurred on August 16 1780. This historical reenactment was a sight to see. Passionate reenactors traveled hours to Camden from both inside and outside of the state to participate in the event. Yet, the reenactors are not the only ones passionate about...

"Raging Water" explores SC 1,000-Year Flood

From: SCETV

Glenn Rawls

National Guardsmen in helicoper observe flooded river

ETV’s new film Raging Water explores the effects of the historic “1,000-year flood” on South Carolina. As a potential rain event turned into a catastrophe, South Carolina is faced with overwhelming rainfall, 19 deaths, the breach of manmade structures, the failure of water systems, and floodwaters that swept into an already engorged river system. The water traveled downstream through nearly half the state, where floodwaters caused agricultural devastation and the destruction of neighborhoods in Clarendon,...

ETV Carolinas: The Museum of York County and The Pump House Restaurant

From: SCETV Regionals

Kaitlyn Cannon

"An Afternoon with Nathalie Dupree" held at The Museum of York County.

An Afternoon with Nathalie Dupree

On Sunday, Sept. 18, The Museum of York County hosted An Afternoon with Nathalie Dupree . At this event, award-winning chef Nathalie Dupree taught her fans how to create cream cheese Southern biscuits. The event concluded with a book signing and refreshments. I had the opportunity to catch up with Nathalie after the event and ask her a few questions. When asked what she likes about events like...

Behind the Scenes of "Raging Water"

From: Behind the Scenes

Tabitha Safdi

Raging Water

Raging Water takes a look back at the historic floods that devastated the state last October. Mark Adams, the producer/director of the documentary shares a behind-the-scenes look into the making of the film.

Raging Water includes photos and footage that illustrate the damage of the hardest-hit areas, including Columbia, Clarendon County, Berkeley County, Georgetown County and Charleston. Interviews are with Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin, former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley, S.C. Army National...

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