By Lauren Leibman | Apr 21, 2023
By Wade Rainey | Apr 20, 2023
By Danielle Cahn | Apr 12, 2023
by Win Hammond | Dec 6, 2023
Residents were made to move in 1968 to make way for the Carolina Coliseum.
by Sophia Laico | Dec 1, 2023
The South Carolina Human Trafficking Task Force reports an increase in children identified as sex trafficking victims.
by Win Hammond | Nov 10, 2023
(with drone video) Others have tried and failed to develop the former farmland that sits in a floodplain.
by Camdyn Bruce | Oct 26, 2023
Many hosts have been notified they’re out of compliance with new city rules.
by Camdyn Bruce | Oct 2, 2023
Lawmakers are cracking down on drunk drivers in a state where DUI-related fatalities are consistently a problem.
by Langston Brooks | Sep 26, 2023
Columbia Museum of Art’s new exhibition showcases the Midlands’ Civil Rights history, including the Black business district on Columbia’s Washington Street.
by Madelyn Weston | Sep 15, 2023
More families are choosing homeschooling for its flexible options with teaching methods, field trips and extracurricular activities.
by Abby Foncannon | Mar 28, 2023
SNAP benefits enacted during COVID have ended nationwide. At the end of March, all allotments will return to pre-COVID amounts.