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- ACC's Top Rebounder Joins USC Basketball Team 2h
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- First Baptist Church Prays For New Building 17h
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- PHOTOS: 2015 Sparkleberry Country Fair
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Gamecock Baseball Falls 4-3 At TennesseeGamecock Baseball Falls 4-3 At TennesseeRubber game set for Sunday at 1 p.m.
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Police Suspect Man Responsible for Two Bank RobberiesPolice Suspect Man Responsible for Two Bank RobberiesColumbia Police Chief Skip Holbrook says Saturday's robbery is similar to the one that occurred Friday morning.
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Deputies: Man Shoots at Car with Woman InsideDeputies: Man Shoots at Car with Woman InsideOne man is behind bars after a verbal altercation with a woman turned physical Friday night.
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Missing Man Last Seen at Dorn VA Hospital FoundMissing Man Last Seen at Dorn VA Hospital FoundBamberg County deputies have reported that Carl Michael Grant has been located.
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Former Lexington County Sheriff James Metts was sentenced to one year in prison.
Former Lexington County Sheriff James Metts' full comments after his sentencing.
This weekend was the Navy Seals' Battlefrog Obstacle Race and our own Ashley Izbicki wanted to sample the challenge! Race Manager Amie Booth came by to put her to the test.
The Prom is practically hair! And we want to make sure you're looking your best for your big night. Sylist Jonathan Stewart, of Callidora Salon, paid us a visit to give us a few tips that won't break the bank
Out of the numerous activities you can do with blue skies above, Columbia's JCC told kids to go fly a kite.
The American Legion Riders of South Carolina are making their fourth ride through the state to raise money for scholarships for children of fallen soldiers.
Hundreds of music enthusiasts lined up inside the Columbia Museum of Art on Sunday for the "Greater Columbia Record Fair."
Food trucks from the southeast fed lots of hungry customers at the first ever South Carolina Food, Truck, and Craft Beer Festival on Sunday
A magnitude-6.7 aftershock shook Nepal's Kathmandu region a day after thousands of people were killed in the area's worst earthquake in decades.