Raphael James

Professional Experience: WJBF News Anchor/ Reporter WPRW 107.7 Radio News Director WBBQ 104.3 FM Mobile News Reporter News Philosophy: My job is to help, to inform and to be true; not just to you, but to myself. Education: B.S. Mass Communications Paine College Augusta, Georgia Hometown: Augusta, Georgia Organizations and Community Involvement: Raphael and wife Sarena developed a website onaisle9.com to encourage other families with special needs children and as a resource for others looking to learn more about special needs. Raphael is also a part of: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. National Association of Black Journalists Boys and Girls Club of America Mentoring Hobbies: Relaxing with family, Public Speaking, Golf, Basketball, Chess, Reading, Writing Family: Married to wife Sarena with 2 daughters and a son Favorite Book: The Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter G. Woodson Likes Best about the Lowcountry: I love the people, the history, and living so close to the ocean. (That is until the next big storm.)

Recent Articles by Raphael

  Family of man with Lowcountry ties presumed killed in plane crash issues statement

  South Carolina is one of five states with no hate crime laws

  Examining the transparency of South Carolina’s body camera law

Trident Technical College hosts Raphael James for talk on Tuskegee Airmen

  Live 5 Investigates: Solitary for social media

Emanuel AME honors two victims of shooting with special luncheon

  Couple: False shoplifting accusations by police and local business hurt

  NCPD Chief Reggie Burgess honors Liberty Hill students for academic success

Charleston County School of the Arts senior to represent SC in National Oratorical Contest

  Live 5 Investigates: SC inmates finding ways around cell phone ban to stay on social media

  Berkeley Middle School launches "Inclusion Revolution" with diversity program

  Red Cross assisting family after fire at N. Charleston home

  Traffic stop leads to drug bust in Charleston County

Where is Thomas Lawton Evans?

  7th grader with stage fright gets by with a little help from her friends

For one Georgia school district, snow days aren't a problem

  Double Diamonds of Ravenel Bridge temporarily lose their shine

Citadel cadets prepare for semester at sea

Local actress receives award at star studded Hollywood gala

  South Carolina Education Lottery: A breakdown of where the money goes