Kids from Westview Primary (WCIV).JPGDozens of students at Westview Primary School in Goose Creek called out sick Thursday and Friday. The Berkeley Count School District said many students came down with some type of gastrointestinal virus, causing vomiting, fever and diarrhea.
Brittany Simpson (WCIV).JPGBond was denied Friday for a Mount Pleasant woman accused of murdering her father. Brittany Simpson, 31, is accused of shooting and killing Robert Simpson at the family's home in May.Family and friends were in the courtroom Friday. From one side of the courtroom to the other, it’s clear the family is torn by the tragedy. Brittany’s brother and sister asked Judge Markley Dennis to deny bond.“I’d like to start off by saying I love my sister. I grew up with her for 27 years.
A former Sunday school teacher has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for molesting two young girls. On Thursday, 66-year-old Armondo Gonzalez pleaded guilty to criminal sexual conduct with a minor and lewd act with a child.Gonzalez admitted to abusing a girl between 1991 and 1996, beginning when the victim was 4-years-old. He also admitted to repeatedly touching another child at the Salvation Army Church located off Highway 61.
@bcsdschools said virus hasn’t been identified. They can’t determine if all absences were for same reason/illness and unlikely they ever will because G.I. viruses require series of stool samples. No fun! 💩 https://t.co/8DUV74ZNPk
Wash those hands, something is going around! More than 100 Westview Primary students were out sick Thursday and Friday. Many had vomiting, diarrhea, fever. Entire school was disinfected over weekend. @ABCNews4#chsnewshttps://t.co/a2I9la9TPE
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