Updated: 11:58 AM Those downpours over the past week have created the perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes, and over the next week, Richmond County Mosquito Control says we can expect to see and feel a lot more.
Updated: 6:23 PM A new study is trying to "change the game" on mental illness by using video games to help people with schizophrenia. The idea is to retrain their brains to help them sharpen their memory and attention skills.
Updated: 5:31 PM It's a field that's always been dominated by women, but that's starting to change. Roles in the medical field are beginning to flip flop, and more men than ever are turning to nursing. HealthTeam 12's Christie Ethridge says the economy might be to blame.
Updated: 5:55 PM Early Friday morning, a 34-year-old man was riding his bike when he was hit and killed on Peach Orchard Road. Robert Holden was riding in an area with limited street lights, no sidewalks and no bike lanes.
Updated: 9:15 PM The panic to find your loved one before something happens can be overwhelming, but one organization is making the process a little easier.
They use a radio frequency tracking system to help find people who have a tendency to wander, and it's free for those who need it.
Updated: 12:08 AM Safety during the summer for soldiers at Fort Gordon has always been a concern. All types of safety measures, from boating safety to motorcycle safety, were discussed Wednesday at the annual Safety Stand Down Day on Fort Gordon.
Updated: 3:44 PM With summer knocking on the door, a lot of folks are preparing to get out on the boat. Sandie Craig says there's nothing wrong with that, but she wants to make sure everyone makes the trip back home.
Updated: 6:52 PM Law enforcement says the most dangerous drug dealer around could be your medicine cabinet. While marijuana is still the number one drug in Richmond County, prescription drug abuse is making its way to the top of the list. News 12's Christie Ethridge talked to the founder of a program that aims to curb that trend.
Updated: 8:25 PM A dairy company is voluntarily recalling ice cream produced in Winston-Salem and distributed to 10 states that don't identify possible allergens because the product is packed in the wrong containers.
Posted: 8:01 PM Eight years after a train derailment shook the community of Graniteville, the community is still rebuilding. A program set up to help residents with everyday issues has been around since that day in 2005.