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Joining WNCW on this edition of 'More to the Story' from June 3, 2020 was Greenville News Reporter Zoe Nicholson.  She talked about the paper's on-going coverage of protests and related events in Greenville, SC in rememberance of George Floyd. The conversation with Nicholson concluded with information on the Libertarian candidate for President of the United States, Greenville resident and Clemson University lecturer, Jo Jergensen.

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In this powerful More to the Story segment, Greenville News Reporter Carol Motsinger shared details about a series she and her colleagues worked on concerning individuals who made history and the progress of public education 50-years after desegregation of Greenville Co. Schools.  This included a story by Carol titled, 'When Integration Finally Arrived in Greenville, It Brought Progress at a Cost.'  This conversation first aired on Feb. 12, 2020.

Greenville News Investigative Reporter Daniel Gross spoke with WNCW's Paul Foster on 'More To The Story' to go over the paper's six-month investigation report  analyzing statewide South Carolina police data and how often an officers weapon was used.  Gross specifically shares the results from the Greenville County's Sheriff's Office.  The interview first aired on Sept. 25, 2019.

Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer, News Director, and Morning Edition Regional Host

You may have heard about the on-going developments between the United States and China on Automotive Manufacturing Tariffs.  Does this mean that the BMW Manufacturing Plant in Upstate South Carolina (Spartanburg/Greenville) will have the company's earnings trimmed?  And what about job layoffs, etc.?  Business Reporter with The Greenville News- Anna Mitchell recaps her stories on this topic during this More to the Story (originally aired Dec. 5, 2018).

Dave Hennigan with the Greenville News took part in this More to the Story from October 3, 2018 when he discussed the paper's Storyteller's Project.  This interview provides an overview of the series and some of the storyteller's that have been featured so far.  The project is also presented nationwide through the Greenville News ownership group, USA Today. Events in Greenville are open to the public.

Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, WNCW's Paul Foster- Senior Producer, News Director, and Morning Edition Regional Host

More To The Story- Real Life, Real People Stories

Nov 8, 2017

Ron Barnett has been writing for the Greenville News for over 25-years now.  His columns also appear in the Anderson Mail.  Ron says "Everybody has a story and everyone's is unique." His current series is called Real Life - Real People.  This edition of More to the Story, provides Ron the chance to talk about some of his recent stories and long time memories writing his pieces. This segment first aired on WNCW, Oct. 25, 2017.