China imports a majority of American-grown soybeans. But as a trade war with Washington warms up, farmers of the crop – which is one of South Carolina’s largest exports – are feeling the heat.Read More
Author: Michael Woodel
By Michael Woodel | Mar 30, 2018
After passing the Aggies in the USA Today poll, South Carolina looks to stay atop the SEC standings in this weekend’s series at College Station.Read More
By Michael Woodel | Mar 28, 2018
Calls for mental health reform have skyrocketed in volume since the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, Florida. But what is South Carolina doing for young people with mental illness already?Read More
By Michael Woodel | Mar 20, 2018
Cheap foreign imports helped close Georgetown’s steel mill. The Trump administration’s controversial steel tariff could be a gift for the city’s devout union steelworkers.Read More
By Michael Woodel | Mar 6, 2018
Joe Shepard knows the Tebow era of Columbia Fireflies baseball is likely over. And as the Fireflies’ director of ticketing, that presents both a challenge and a gift for him and the team’s marketing staff.Read More
By Michael Woodel | Feb 15, 2018
Last year, South Carolina abolished eye screenings for driver’s license renewals to shorten DMV lines. A bill to bring them back is gaining ground at the State House.Read More
Watch CNews Live
CNews TV – Recent Stories
Carolina News & Reporter Follow
Student journalists telling South Carolina stories. Tweet or DM with story ideas or breaking news. @uofsc_sjmc
State's largest indoor 24-hour pickleball facility is coming to Lexington. Picklers are excited to have a new facility to test their skills. Read more from journalist @connorwbird here: https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/24-hour-pickleball-facility-coming-to-the-midlands-picklers-excited-for-sport-to-grow/
A new USC dormitory is one step closer to being built after it passed a city hurdle on Thursday, despite ongoing parking concerns.
Read the story from reporter @DefreitasLeah here:
As book are challenged across the state, some say complaints are misinformed.
Read more from reporter Bee Brawley at the link!