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Ring Necked Pheasant

May 24, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Rudy Mancke
A Ring Necked Pheasant

A beautiful bird spotted in Ridgeway--is it native?

Why Does the Turtle Cross the Road?

May 23, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Olivia Aldridge
It's common for female turtles to cross roadways during the spring and summer months while searching for nesting grounds.

Now that summer is approaching, it’s a common occurrence to see turtles crawling across roadways in South Carolina (and many other states). Ever wondered why that is? In honor of World Turtle Day , I spoke with Cris Hagen, Director of Animal Management at the Turtle...

Telehealth Keeps Young Player on the Soccer Field

May 23, 2018 - Posted in Telehealth by John Lewis
12-year-old Justin Ruiz makes a save during soccer practice. Ruiz suffers from sickle cell disease.

Sickle cell disease is a blood disease that can affect every organ in the body. It's an inherited and incurable condition, but it can be treated and managed. Sickle cell patients, like 12-year-old Justin Ruiz of Hilton Head Island, also have an increased risk of stroke...

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

May 23, 2018 - Posted in Making it Grow by Sean Flynn

Esther Wagner of PalmettoPride joins Clemson Extension Water Resources Agent Katie Altman on the set of "Making It Grow" to talk about their Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design program. The arrangement and design of buildings and open spaces can encourage or...

Teenage Twins Befriend a World War II Veteran aboard the USS Yorktown

May 23, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Victoria Hansen
Teenage Twins Befriend a World War II Veteran aboard the USS Yorktown

It's been three years since Carter and Jack Hanson were featured on CBS news for their rare friendship with a World War II veteran who served aboard the USS Yorktown. That's when the network set up a surprise meeting on the ship just outside of Charleston. They had gotten...

The National Park Service's Exotic Plants Management Teams

May 23, 2018 - Posted in Making it Grow by Amanda McNulty
Making It Grow Minute

Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. The National Park Service staff wear a variety of hats. One responsibility that we might not think of is keeping invasive species at bay in what are described as some of the most iconic and...

Introducing Spoleto Backstage

May 22, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Sean Birch
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Spoleto Backstage is a new short-run podcast taking you behind the curtain to meet the artists and people who make things happen at Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston. In this teaser episode, host Jeanette Guinn introduces you to the show and previews what you can expect...

ETV’s LearningWhy EduSpire Award

May 22, 2018 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison
First Place EduSpire Award - One-night stay at Hamption Inn  Suites & Jessica Higdon

Enter for a chance to brag on your teaching skills First Place - 1-night stay at Hampton Inn & Suites - Charleston! Second Place - Platform Access to Breakout EDU Third Place - 3 ETV Teacher Recertification Courses

Honky Tonk Heaven (FULL EPISODE)

May 22, 2018 - Posted in Reel South by Brenda Greene Mitchell
Honky Tonk Heaven with Dale Watson and James Hand

Brimming with cowboy boots, country music, and longneck beers, Honky Tonk Heaven is a toe-tapping tour of this legendary Texas dancehall. With fifty years under its belt, the Broken Spoke has endured Austin’s rapid growth and skyrocketing rents. Beyond the story of its...

Teacher Talks About Inspiring Books

May 22, 2018 - Posted in Education by Tabitha Safdi
Lord of the Flies bookcover

In celebration of PBS's Great American Read, Nicholas Snyder, an English teacher at Cane Bay High School, talks about his favorite books to read and teach. With 100 titles, only one book can win. What will be America's favorite? Don't forget to catch PBS's Great American...

Anderson County Economic Development

May 22, 2018 - Posted in ETV Shorts by Tabitha Safdi
Anderson County

Once a booming textile county, Anderson is making new waves with current industries that are considering locating in the area. With a strong and committed workforce, Anderson has a quality of life that is unparalleled.

SC Lede: No Cable For Old Bridge

May 22, 2018 - Posted in This Week in South Carolina by Gavin Jackson

It's been a week since the westbound lanes of the Wando River Bridge in Charleston were closed due to one of the eight cables holding the concrete segments together snapped, slowing traffic throughout the Lowcountry. On this edition of South Carolina Lede , host Gavin...

Rare Diseases

May 22, 2018 - Posted in SCETV Health by Bobbi Conner
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This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Charlie Strange about rare diseases and also research underway related to rare diseases. Dr. Strange is a Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at MUSC.

FEMA Grants Still Helping Repair Flood-damaged Sewers

May 21, 2018 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Tut Underwood
A freshly buried sewer line parallels Gills Creek in Forest Acres.

The aftermath of the October 2015 flood continues to occupy the business of many people and agencies in South Carolina, such as the East Richland County Public Service District (ERCPSD), which operates the sewer system for a section of the county heavily damaged by the...

AMERICAN EVOLUTION™ Contest for Middle and High School Students

May 21, 2018 - Posted in Education by Sharla Brown
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Calling middle and high school students to share their vision! AMERICAN EVOLUTION™ commemorates the 400th anniversary of several key historical events that occurred in Virginia in 1619 with a contest.