SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – A controversial agenda item was tabled until later this month during today's city council meeting, leaving the fate of one business owner's liquor license up in the air. The owner of Sloppee Toppee and Liquid Cafe, Jaqueline Somesso had been trying to obtain a liquor license for a new Sloppee Toppee 
BURTON, S.C. (WSAV) — One pup is drawing social media attention in the Lowcountry for his obsession with footwear. Beaufort County Animal Services posted on Facebook that they were searching for a dog that's been stealing shoes off of porches in the Pine Grove Road area in Burton. According to the time stamps on the 
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) - June is Men's Health Month, dedicated to breaking down barriers to get more men into their doctor's offices for checkups and screenings. It’s all part of an effort to help them live longer and healthier lives, despite some alarming statistics in Georgia. According to the Georgia Men's Health Network, women live 
Summertime is here and two peachy menu items are returning to Chick-fil-A’s menu.
Calling it the "defining public health issue of our time," the U.S. surgeon general on Thursday told before Congress about the root cause of what he has labeled a youth mental health crisis.
NEW YORK (AP) — Officials warned residents to stay inside and limit outdoor activities Thursday as a thick, hazardous haze of wildfire smoke loomed over daily life for millions of people across the U.S. and Canada for a third day and was expected to persist as long as the weekend. In a Canadian fire season 
Ashley Furniture is recalling Party Time Power Loveseats, Sofas, and Recliners, due to a fire hazard.
A man from Tampa Bay, Florida, has survived an infection of flesh-eating bacteria that began killing the tissue in his leg.
The Supreme Court on Thursday sided with Jack Daniel’s in its trademark fight against a poop-themed dog toy that parodies the company’s whiskey bottles. In a unanimous decision authored by Justice Elena Kagan, the high court ruled for the whiskey maker but left unaddressed whether the First Amendment provides parodies with heightened protections from trademark-infringement 
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – An 11-year-old girl is alive and well after nearly dying during a swim meet back in March. According to the Savannah Fire Department (SFD), firefighters were called to the Chatham County Aquatic Center for a reported drowning. "You could tell something was wrong and she began to slow down," explained Scott 
This year's El Niño has shown up ahead of the typical schedule. Its early appearance "gives it room to grow," Cliimate Prediction Center meteorologist Michelle L’Heureux, told the Associated Press.
Hidalgo County Health Authority Dr. Ivan Melendez is warning that if anyone had cosmetic surgery south of the border in Matamoros, Mexico, this year, they could have been exposed to a deadly fungal meningitis.