Vickie Eslinger, a S.C. attorney and a Columbia City of Women honoree, continues to advocate for women’s rights.Read More
As South Carolina’s death row has been delayed by lethal injection shortages, lawmakers have voted to make the electric chair and the firing squad the primary execution methods.Read More
A USC Professor successfully contributed his skills to the development of the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover, which landed at 4 p.m. Thursday.Read More
Nonprofits in Columbia and Charlotte work to showcase Native American and minority artistry throughout the Carolinas.Read More
Members of UofSC’s incoming class lost the end of their high school experience to COVID-19. Now some are worried about missing out on the start of college.Read More
Gov. McMaster shut down close contact services on March 31. Almost a month later, some customers and stylists are anxious for hair salons to reopen.Read More
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LOCAL: During the last ordinance from June 2020-May 2021, the Columbia city fire department handed out over 600 citations for mask non-compliance. Since Sept. 8 of this year, only three have been handed out.
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