Watch groups and homeowners associations are good for more than just fees and gossip. Find out more about all they do for their community.Read More
Author: Emma Dooling
By Emma Dooling | Nov 11, 2021
Gov. Henry McMaster wants a review of books on South Carolina school shelves after learning about a parent petition to remove a provocative book from the Fort Mill School District.Read More
By Emma Dooling | Nov 10, 2021
The technology is used in most police departments today, but what does it actually do for communities with high crime rates?Read More
Two weeks ago, Homeless No More began receiving more than triple its usual volume of calls due to an increased number of evictions in Columbia. President and CEO Lila Anna Sauls is hoping the wave will have run its course by the end of the year.Read More
It’s like spring break, but gay.Read More
Mission Charleston and other organizations will provide spiritual and community support to refugees resettling in Charleston and Columbia.Read More
Eleven-year-old Drew Smith died in 1997 in a horrific boating accident. Now his parents have withdrawn Drew’s name from a swim event held annually in his memory.Read More
An international forum at the University of South Carolina focused on freedom of the press.Read More
Kasey Tyner, the general manager of the Courtyard by Marriott on Assembly Street, checks bookings...Read More
One of the “build your own grilled cheeses” available at I “heart” mac and...Read More
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STATE: Electric bills are likely to increase next year for South Carolina Dominion Energy customers. Find out more how this might affect you later on the show.
STATE: South Carolina’s work to draw new districts after the 2020 U.S Census is set to be completed this week. The state Senate committee is holding a public meeting today about proposed U.S. maps released last week.
LOCAL: Greenwood Firefighters believe a fire started in an assisted living facility on Sunday night due to bullets put inside a toaster oven. The fire was put out quickly and no one was hurt.