While severance negotiations are underway for Chatham County Manager Lee Smith, WTOC investigates has learned of an investigation involving another governmental entity with ties to Smith and Chatham County.
Kaleel Clarke’s parents, Madiha Clarke and Kenneth Frazier, are still mourning the loss of their son. They’re also calling for the Chatham County District Attorney’s Office to reopen the investigation into his death.
Kids are heading back to school, but their return impacts all drivers. That's because multiple municipalities in the area are activating school zone speed cameras. Our investigative team found these cameras do reduce speeding. They’re also big money-makers for departments and for the company that sets them up.
Checking online reviews when shopping, researching vacations or even looking for a doctor has become an integral part of the modern consumer experience. But experts say many of the products or service reviews you’re reading were either bought or sold and completely fake. In “Five Star Fakes”, InvestigateTV found several posts on social media platforms where people are bartering - even buying and selling - online reviews, despite a federal law that prohibits this act.
A traffic study is underway along one of the busiest and, at times, congested corridors into the Savannah area. The Georgia Department of Transportation study will look at ways to improve traffic flow on State Route 204/Abercorn Street Extension between State Highway 17 and King George Boulevard.
Soon drivers will have an elevated view over the Wilmington River. The new Islands Expressway Bridge is nearing the halfway point of construction and is expected to open to car traffic by early August.
Fake online Pharmacies are partly to blame for the spread of deadly drugs in our country. That’s according to lawmakers and whistleblowers. But cracking-down on these Fake Pharmacies can be very difficult.
The powerful drug Fentanyl is fueling a record-setting number of overdose deaths in Georgia and South Carolina. Despite warnings, officials say they expect even more people to die in 2022. And they say many of those people won’t even realize what they’re taking until it’s too late.
We hear a lot about historic preservation in Savannah, and the city has gone to great lengths to protect our rich history. But with thousands of people flocking downtown around the holidays, and lights and decorations up everywhere, WTOC Investigates wanted to learn more about the city’s emergency fire plans for the area around historic River Street.
WTOC Investigates recently told you about an uptick in teen-involved shootings in Savannah. It’s a cycle many people in the community are working hard to break. Advocates say mental health is a big part of that, and that there’s a need for more mental health services.