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The New York Times has printed an essay containing new allegations of misconduct surrounding Justice Brett Kavanaugh

(AP via WYFF)  Several Democratic presidential candidates on Sunday lined up to call for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in the face of a new, uninvestigated, allegation of sexual impropriety when he was in college.

Kavanaugh was confirmed last October after emotional hearings in the Senate over a sexual assault allegation from his high school years. The New York Times now reports that Kavanaugh faced a separate allegation from his time at Yale University and that the FBI did not investigate the claim. The latest claim mirrors one offered during his confirmation process by Deborah Ramirez, a Yale classmate...

Today 94.5 WGTK The Answer Remembers...

It was 18 years ago that, at 8:46am, the first plane struck the first World Trade Center North Tower. That was the moment when life in America was forever changed. Shortly after that, we watched in horror as a second plane flew into the South Tower. President Bush soon confirmed our worst thoughts and fears were true; we were under terrorist attack. Two more planes filled with innocent souls would be used as weapons by those who sought to destroy our nation. Flight 77, at 9:37, struck the Pentagon. The fourth aircraft would become the site of one of the most striking battles against terrorism, in this writer's opinion. Flight 93 would land in a Pennsylvania field after a small group of determined passengers, patriots, would attempt to retake control of the aircraft from the terrorists. These men and women, without question, saved countless lives by preventing those terrorists, instruments of evil if you will, from reaching their intended target. A target we will, thankfully, never know.

This Morning 94.5 WGTK The Answer spent some time sharing with our listeners their memories of that day. Now, via our friends at WSPA, we have a list of events here in the Upstate where you can join in remembering and honoring all those lost and the heroes who were there to try to help.

Drew Brees gets heat from the LGBTQ community over support for Bring Your Bible To School Day. Ben Watson comes to his defense.

(Via FOX NEWS) Veteran NFL tight end Benjamin Watson said Monday the backlash his former teammate Drew Brees received for his involvement with a Christian group was unfair.

Brees, the New Orleans Saints quarterback, was criticized for working with Focus on the Family to promote national Bring Your Bible to School Day. Focus on the Family has been accused of being anti-gay and for promoting “conversion therapy,” a practice used to change a person’s sexual orientation...

A surprise call from SC Senator Dwight Loftis as he weighs in on the Drew Brees Bring Your Bible To School conversation.

Frm Gov. Mark Sanford is IN for the 2020 GOP Nom, But SC's GOP have other ideas after voting NOT to hold a Primary.

GREENVILLE, S.C. – (WSPA) Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford is hoping to unseat President Donald Trump as the next Commander in Chief, but GOP party leaders in the Upstate say it’s an uphill battle.

“I don’t think even Governor Sanford believes he would win a South Carolina primary,” Nate Leupp said.

Leupp is the Chairman for the Greenville County Republican Party.

Sanford hopes when voters cast their ballots in Republican primaries next year they will choose him over Trump...

Hear Greenville GOP's Nate Leupp and SC GOP's Drew McKissick talk about Mark Sanford and explain the vote for no Primary

Greenville needs YOUR vote to be the "Top Adventure Town"!

There is no question that Greenville is a great place to call home. We enjoy so many choices in what we can do and see here in what some might call "God's Country"!

Now we have a chance to let everyone know how great it is here in the Upstate.

Blue Ridge Outdoors is doing a poll and Greenville is among ten “medium town” contenders in the race for “Top Adventure Town.” Other towns that made the list include Boone, NC, Bristol, TN/VA and Evans, GA.

Let show our pride and make sure Greenville gets the title it deserves! Vote Today!

As evacuees come to the Upstate to avoid Dorian, local businesses get a boost!

Business owners in downtown Greenville knew the first week of September would make for a big boost in revenue. Labor Day weekend and the prospect of college football fans arriving early for a widely anticipated game between Clemson and Texas A & M meant more tourists and visitors were coming to town.

However, Hurricane Dorian produced an unexpected boom in business, according to some business owners. June Wilcox owns M Judson Booksellers, a mainstay on Main Street...

Listen to The Weather Channel's Ray Stagich as he joined the Morning Answer Thursday to update us on the latest with Hurricane Dorian

Check here for the list of shelters ready to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian

(FOX Carolina) Though Hurricane Dorian is expected to downgrade to a Category 2 storm by the time it reaches the Carolina coasts, the states are still preparing for the worst. 

South Carolina Governor McMaster has already ordered a mandatory evacuation for coastal counties. Lane reversals from Charleston to Columbia began Monday, September 3. 

For those seeking shelter from the storm when it arrives around Thursday, the South Carolina Emergency Management Division has released a full list of emergency shelters...

Get the latest on Hurricane Dorian from our friends at The Weather Channel

Hurricane Dorian has finally begun its long-awaited march up the Southeast coast today, but not before delivering one last punishing blow over the storm-fatigued northwest Bahamas.

Dorian's wind intensity has backed off from Sunday's peak, currently a Category 2 hurricane. Regardless of its intensity and track, Dorian will have significant, damaging impact from Florida's Atlantic coast to parts of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and possible southeast Virginia this week....

Hear what Weather Channel Meteorologist Ken Boone had to say about Dorian on The Morning Answer this morning!

Hurricane Dorian drops to Cat 4 but still is a threat to Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina

McLEAN’S TOWN CAY, Bahamas (AP)   

Authorities in the Bahamas are urging people to find floating devices and grab hammers to break out of their attics if necessary as Hurricane Dorian unleashed massive flooding across Grand Bahama island. 

Minister of State Kwasi Thompson told ZNS Bahamas radio station Monday that officials were getting a tremendous number of calls from people in distress as the powerful Category 4 storm slowed to almost a standstill.

Fmr. VP Joe Biden continues to court voters while visiting the Upstate

SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA) – The current front runner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination visited the Upstate Wednesday.

Former Vice President Joe Biden held a town hall at Cleveland Park Event Center in Spartanburg.

Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden in the Palmetto State today making multiple stops and talking to supporters and laying out his campaign agenda....

A bizarre story involving Strzok and Comey follows the abrupt resignation of CEO

Overstock founder and CEO Patrick Byrne, who resigned Thursday amid ties to a government probe related to the 2016 election, claimed he received "fishy" orders from former FBI official Peter Strzok.

Byrne said Thursday on "The Story" he'd helped the federal government with investigations twice in the past, including to "help them take down people on Wall Street."

Several years after Byrne's last contact with the government, he said FBI officials reached out to him in 2016...

NC Gov Cooper vetoes a bill that would have required his Sheriffs to honor ICE detainers

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday vetoed legislation that would have required sheriff’s office’s to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement when it comes to immigration detainers.

House Bill 370, known as “An Act to Require Compliance with Immigration Detainers and Administrative Warrants,” passed 62-53 in the State House on Tuesday afternoon. The bill was then sent to Cooper for his signature...

Man dies after altercation at Upstate Lowes, No Charges filed

Spartanburg police said an argument between two men led to a shooting outside the Lowe's store on East Blackstock Road on Sunday afternoon.

Monday afternoon, officers said no charges would be filed, because it was a case of self defense.

Police said they were called to the scene around 2:45 p.m.

Officers said the men were acquaintances and knew each other prior to the argument.

The Spartanburg County coroner said the victim, Randall Belk, 54, of Roebuck, died a short time later at a hospital

Spartanburg students who need can get free back to school haircuts this Sunday

SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Many barbershops are closed on Sundays but not Razor Sharp Barbershop. The shop will be open for it’s annual Back to School Free Haircut event on Sunday, August 18.

Event attendees will see Razor Sharp owner, Wanda Murphy, and eight other barbers will be giving away free shape-ups or all over cuts.

Murphy said there will be a sign-up sheet, but it’s best to come early.

Murphy said the Razor Sharp Barbershop parking lot will be filled with free food, school supplies, entertainment and all around fun on Sunday.

She said, just like the last four years, they’ll give free haircuts to children from kindergarten through 12th grade...

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