The deaths of two men from carbon monoxide poisoning at Columbia’s oldest public housing project has led to investigations and recriminations.Read More
A look “behind the fence” at South Carolina’s effort to reduce its prison population and move inmates back into society.Read More
Perhaps the most visible legacy of climate change is the erosion of South Carolina’s coast. Kristina Rackley examines the issue in a three-part series that looks at life along two of the state’s most iconic beaches, Folly and Edisto.Read More
This is a series featuring women and girls who are igniting change locally and nationally in politics, social activism, education and business. Alexa Hill and Kylie Scheaffer interviewed women and girls who are working toward social justice, involved in research and embracing entrepreneurial challenges.Read More
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With less than two weeks until Thanksgiving, Columbia is getting in the holiday spirit! 🎄
A 13 year-old Irmo girl is making more money than the average college student with her own hair accessories business.
I’m following the #ImpeachmentHearing today for @USCCarolinaNews and I’ll have a live report in both the 4 and 4:30 shows. So far #Yovanovitch the former ambassador to Ukraine has finished the first round of questioning. The second 45 min round starts soon