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- West Columbia Voters: No Strong-Mayor 45m
- Deputies: Boy Made 'Killing List" of Students 5h
- 1 Dead in Collision in Southeast Columbia 46m
- Janitor Gets 9 Years for Taping Women in Shower 5h
- CDC: 1st Case of Ebola in U.S. Confirmed 5h
- Mom Accused of Biting Baby, Causing Severe… 4h
- Companies Looking to Hire Seasonal Workers 6h
- Victim Identified in Fatal Shooting at Apartments 9h
- Fairfield Sheriff Race in Runoff 1h
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Forest Acres Residents Concerned About Development PlansForest Acres Residents Concerned About Development PlansA community in Forest Acres is concerned with a chunk of land that is being looked at for re-development near their homes.
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Midlands ForecastMidlands ForecastSunny and very warm on Wednesday. High: 88°
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Salvation Army to Hold Registration For Christmas AssistanceSalvation Army to Hold Registration For Christmas AssistanceIt's almost that time to sign up for Christmas assistance from the Salvation Army.
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- 11 hours, 23 minutes ago
Malcolm Young Left AC/DC Because of DementiaMalcolm Young Left AC/DC Because of DementiaA dementia diagnosis forced Malcolm Young to quit AC/DC.
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Clowney On Track To Return SoonClowney On Track To Return SoonFormer Gamecock DE Jadeveon Clowney is on pace to return to action in a few weeks.
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BabyNet Audit Follow-Up Findings ReleasedBabyNet Audit Follow-Up Findings ReleasedThe Legislative Audit Council released the findings of a follow-up on the 2011 audit of the state BabyNet program
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Police: Shots Fired at School, 1 Student HurtPolice: Shots Fired at School, 1 Student HurtPolice say one child has been injured and a high school has been evacuated after a report of weapons seen on the campus in Louisville, Kentucky.
- 6 hours, 50 minutes ago
Microsoft Unveils First Look at Windows 10Microsoft Unveils First Look at Windows 10Microsoft on Tuesday lifted the veil on the next version of Windows: Windows 10.
- 6 hours, 57 minutes ago
Chapin Gets State-of-the-Art ScoreboardChapin Gets State-of-the-Art ScoreboardChapin Gets State-of-the-Art Scoreboard
- High School Sports
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Clemson Student Dies from Fall on Cruise ShipClemson Student Dies from Fall on Cruise ShipA Clemson University student has died, the university has confirmed.
- 10 hours, 18 minutes ago
Orangeburg Deputies Investigate Fatal ShootingOrangeburg Deputies Investigate Fatal ShootingOrangeburg County deputies are investigating a fatal shooting that happened Tuesday morning.
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Dog Tied to Bowling Ball Drowned in RiverDog Tied to Bowling Ball Drowned in RiverThe stepmother of a man accused of drowning a 12-year-old border collie by attaching a bowling ball to the dog's collar blames his long history of drug abuse for his behavior.
- 10 hours, 38 minutes ago
Free Adult Computer Courses Available In LexingtonFree Adult Computer Courses Available In LexingtonFree computer training is available to anyone who needs it thanks to Lexington District One Adult Ed.
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USC Dylan Thompson Slightly Sprains NeckUSC Dylan Thompson Slightly Sprains NeckSouth Carolina quarterback Dylan Thompson has sprained his neck, but still should be able to play this Saturday against Kentucky.
- South Carolina Gamecocks
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Michael Phelps Arrested on DUI ChargeMichael Phelps Arrested on DUI ChargeOlympic swimmer Michael Phelps was arrested for driving while under the influence early Tuesday morning, according to police.
- 11 hours, 7 minutes ago
Voter Registration Deadline Coming October 4thVoter Registration Deadline Coming October 4thSouth Carolina voters must be registered to vote 30 days prior to any election in the state.
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- 11 hours, 13 minutes ago
NFL: Player Shouldn't Have Been Penalized for PrayerNFL: Player Shouldn't Have Been Penalized for PrayerThe NFL admits officials were wrong to penalize Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah for going to knees and saying a prayer after he scored a touchdown.
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Student Shot at North Carolina High SchoolStudent Shot at North Carolina High SchoolA student was shot at Albemarle Senior High School in Stanly County on Tuesday morning and police say the shooter is in custody.
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Should Stores be Open All Day on Thanksgiving?Should Stores be Open All Day on Thanksgiving?The traditional Christmas shopping kickoff — the long Black Friday weekend — could completely swallow Thanksgiving Day this year, according to some retail industry analysts.
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SLED: 350 Concealed Weapons Permits Being RevokedSLED: 350 Concealed Weapons Permits Being RevokedThe State Law Enforcement Division says over 350 people's concealed weapons permits are being revoked after they say an instructor lied about giving people training.
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Infant Shoes Recalled For Choking HazardInfant Shoes Recalled For Choking HazardA certain soft-soled sneaker for infants, sold at Macy's stores, are being recalled for a potential choking hazard.
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- 13 hours, 28 minutes ago
Sheriff: Man Had Sex with 15-Year-Old GirlSheriff: Man Had Sex with 15-Year-Old GirlA Kershaw County man is being accused of having sex with an underage girl he had working at his office.
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Coach Arrested for DUI on School TripCoach Arrested for DUI on School TripAn assistant Spartanburg High School cross country coach is on paid administrative leave.
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Man in Motorized Wheelchair Hit by CarMan in Motorized Wheelchair Hit by CarColumbia police say a man in a motorized wheelchair was hit by a car Tuesday morning.
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N. Augusta Cop Indicted in Shooting Shrouded in MysteryN. Augusta Cop Indicted in Shooting Shrouded in MysteryNorth Augusta Public Safety officer Justin Craven was indicted last month in the shooting death of a 68-year-old black man at the end of a 9-mile slow-speed chase in Edgefield County.
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Sen. Scott Holding Public Meetings on Service AcademiesSen. Scott Holding Public Meetings on Service AcademiesU.S. Sen. Tim Scott is helping high school students learn about applying to the nation's service academies.
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Mom of the DayMom of the DayOur Mom of the Day for September 30, 2014 is Pam Burch. Pam is the mother of three and was nominated by her daughter, Megan. Megan tells us that her mom is an active role model in all of her children’s lives. She describes Pam as a giving and caring person...
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In Your Area
Lee County Sheriff Daniel Simon says that Bracey and 18-year old Dontrell Fortune got into a dispute over money.
In a surprising move skipping Windows 9, Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled the next version of Windows - Windows 10.
October begins Let’s Talk Month, where parents are encouraged to have open and honest conversations with their children about love, sex and relationships.
A patient in a Dallas hospital has been confirmed to have the deadly Ebola virus, the Centers for Disease Control confirmed Tuesday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the first case of Ebola in a critically ill patient diagnosed at a U.S. hospital in Dallas.
Olympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps was arrested for driving while under the influence early Tuesday morning, according to police.
The Fairfield County School District says a student is no longer attending class after he made a "killing list."
Employment professionals says seasonal jobs can lead to full-time work, or provide skills that lead to another job.
The Legislative Audit Council released the findings of a follow-up on the 2011 audit of the state BabyNet program.
Watch this adorable video of the Wallkill, New York Mighty Mites as they attempt to run through the banner before their game on September 20. (Video courtesy Fred Maruca and YouTube.com/James Cracolici)