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In this Nov. 2, 2010 file photo South Carolina School Superintendent, Mick Zais, center, greets supporters at a GOP event for South Carolina governor-elect Nikki Haley in Columbia, S.C. Zais says South Carolina high school students who don't plan to go to college should be able to choose more practical courses than algebra II, English literature ... (more)
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In this July 18, 2013 file photo, a container ship makes its way into the Port of Charleston in Charleston, S.C. A spokeswoman for the South Carolina Ports Authority said Friday, March 7, 2014, that the authority expects a seemless transition from studies of deepening the harbor shipping channel to dredging work on the $350 million project expected ... (more)
The attorneys for a former Columbia police officer mentioned in a probe of the department say she is a victim.
A bone-jarring accident nearly took the life of a Richland County Deputy on a rainy day this past fall.
Knowing how to look for great deals and how to bargain are keys to getting a bargain at a yard sale.
Columbia, SC -- The Columbia Police Department reports that a wreck Friday morning before 5:00 AM, resulting in the death of a 19-year-old, has led to charges of Felony Driving Under The Influence Resulting In Death for the driver of the car.
The State Ethics Commission says South Carolina's attorney general needs to refund $200 to a lobbyist for donations to his 2010 campaign.
Jodi and Lenny compete in AKC Obedience Trials. Lenny was awarded his Novice Title-CD in January in Columbia SC Jodi and Lenny compete in AKC Obedience Trials.
COLUMBIA, SC Friday night's $270 million Mega Millions jackpot is the largest seen this year.
Columbia Children's Theatre , the Midlands' only professional theatre for families and young audiences, will host its second annual fundraiser, Review Revue 2: Around the World with CCT, beginning at 6:00 PM on today March 7, 2014.
A Spartanburg lawmaker has introduced legislation which aims to get rid of South Carolina's "Stand Your Ground" law.
Police responded to a Clinton residence in March 2013 after reports that an 8-week-old infant was not breathing.
Deputies say Mitchell got into an argument and a fight with a woman in the parking lot of the club.
Columbia, SC - A South Carolina lawmaker has filed a bill to allow the use of medical marijuana in South Carolina.
Sean Callebs rides in an Army vehicle in August, 2011, in Nimroz, Afghanistan, when he was working for the State Department.
The first reading may have passed last night but that does not mean council members are on the same page.