Hello again everyone, it's Paul Cameron in the WBTV newsroom.
Tonight at 5:00PM—the latest report on jobs is out, and it's not pretty. The US added 80,000 to the workforce nationally, but economists say it takes upwards of 200,000 for the economy to show growth. Locally, the unemployment numbers are also rising. We're looking into the reasons behind this summer of stagnation.
What goes into a cabinet? We're hearing from the new CMS superintendent as he chooses his staff. Education expert Dedrick Russell will have a live report.
Triple digits are back, just in time to broil your weekend. But you're not the only one who feels the heat, your pets, if left outside without shade or water, are at high risk of sunstroke. Tonight, we ride along with animal control officers going door-to-door saving some of man's best friends.
A crowd of beach goers fight with police at Folly Beach. Find out what the beach brawl was all about.
Trending on WBTV.com: Donations growing for deadly C-130 victims' families.