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Congress May Overturn D.C. Marijuana Decriminalization, Norton Warns
In May, a House Oversight and Government Reform panel will convene for a hearing focused on the local legislation, according to Del.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
What is NashiCon? It's Japanese anime, cosplay, comics and much more. The convention was held April 19-20 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.
Holbrook Lays Out Vision for Columbia Police Dept.
Columbia, SC - Columbia Police Chief Skip Holbrook attended his first City of Columbia budget workshop Tuesday afternoon.
B.C. Transplant sign-up blitz aims for 48,000 organ donors
Aidyn Delorme, 6, left busts a dance move with his mom Danielle Valero, right in his bedroom at their Langley home Monday April 21, 2014.
Secret Service, D.C. Officials Talk Traffic
The stern letter Mayor Vincent Gray sent to the Secret Service following a series of early March street closures earned the city's law enforcement leaders a sit-down with the agency.
Fleet Owner Magazine
Southeastern Freight Lines promotes Kerry Stritt to vice president of fleet services
Regional less-than-truckload carrier Southeastern Freight Lines has promoted Kerry Stritt to vice president of fleet services, based in Columbia, SC.
Post and Courier
Safe Surgery 2015 intends to save lives in S.C. operating rooms
Dr. Curtis Worthington goes over the Surgical Safety Checklist with nurses Jennifer Dunlap and Anna Angle before operating on a patient Thursday morning at Roper Hospital.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Oral history helps recover past at S.Carolina plantation
Shadows cross the lawn at the Drayton Hall on the Ashley River outside of Charleston, S.C., in April 2010.
Richland Lawmakers Work to Address Election Concerns
The June primary election is right around the corner, and Richland County lawmakers are working to make sure there's not a repeat of the 2012 general election.
Why was accused home invasion suspect out on bond for murder charge?
Why was a man accused of a home invasion in West Columbia allowed to be out on the streets in the first place? That's the question some are asking in the case of Nathaniel Hunter, a man with a long criminal history and someone who also happened to be out on bond in a murder case.
Indie Grits 2014 | Slow Food Columbia
Fast food is unhealthy and comes from ... well, you really don't want to know. Slow food is healthy and comes from local farmers and chefs you know and trust.
Sheriff: 2 arrested in possible record-breaking meth operation
Kershaw County Sheriff's deputies arrested two people on Easter Sunday following an anonymous complaint of a possible meth lab on West Dr. near Cassatt.
Woman on Trial in Husband's Death
Back in September of 2010, prosecutors say she shot and killed 37-year-old Jermaine Davis at an apartment near West Columbia.
Historic Columbia to hold Homeschool Friday on May 2
Historic Columbia will hold it monthly Homeschool Friday program on May 2. Homeschool Friday is open to all homeschool students.
Everything is 50% off at Goodwill on Monday, April 21
Everything is 50% off at Goodwill on Monday, April 21. One of the best fishing holes in Columbia just keeps getting better, and local thrift shoppers wait anxiously for these special half price sales.
Roundabout Consignments Spring Fling is Saturday, May 3
Save up to 50% off at Roundabouts Consignments Spring Fling on Saturday, May 3. This is the event many Columbia thrifty shoppers have been waiting for to complete their spring and summer wardrobes at a fraction of regular consignment prices.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
4 Must-Have Medical Tech Devices For Seniors
COLUMBIA, S.C. There is almost 40 million Americans over the age of 65. Five years from now, that number is going to double.
Myrtle Beach Online
SC veterans plan - last hurrah' to D-Day beaches
A photograph taken of battle on Gold Beach fought along side British troops. John Cummer, a WWII veteran who was a gunner on a landing craft during D-Day.
Overwhelming Support For School Choice In SC
They buried it on the internet, but The State newspaper did at least see fit to put the story front and center in its Sunday Metro print editions over the Easter weekend.