The Greenville Zoo is celebrating its newest member, a baby siamang monkey.
Almost two months after the Pinnacle Mountain fire threatened water quality, Greenville Water System has reopened its Table Rock Reservoir.
The South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism is planning controlled burns at several state parks in the Upstate.
Upstate residents can use the Uber app to get Clemson gear delivered to their front doors.
Duke Energy is going green with its latest round of donations and grants.
Winter Storm Helena has left unsafe road conditions in Greenville County, officials said.
Winter Storm Helena has dumped more than five inches of snow in areas of Greenville, and residents are making the best of it.
A major winter storm, going by the name Helena, has finally reached the Upstate. Now, Greenville is preparing for the worst.
A young, displaced elk that wandered across state lines and settled down in the Upstate has been captured and relocated to Charleston.
Here are some of the institutions and people that shaped a year of innovation.
Greenville County has a new sheriff, and he wants to make changes to how things have traditionally been done.
Duke Energy recently hauled more than 650,000 tons of coal ash from its W.S. Lee Steam Station in Anderson County.
Two environmental groups, including Upstate Forever, have filed a federal lawsuit against Kinder Morgan over its gasoline spill in Anderson County.
Gary Underwood’s ambitious plan to add sustainbility and style to computing will begin with the release of a prototype computer made with wood next year.