Cicadas are wild and intriguing insects to the eye, but have an unusual lifecycle and history in South Carolina. Over the years, they have become a staple to look for during the summer months.Read More
Clinton Sease Farm has opened its annual corn maze to the public. The maze presents a new challenge every year and has been growing in popularity since it first opened 15 years ago.Read More
Known locally as the “flavor saver,” USC Professor David Shields has spent over 15 years locating lost ingredients used in traditional southern cooking, sparking a revival of some of the South’s oldest tastes.Read More
Rain, rain go away, is the mantra of the S.C. State Fair. But this week, fair officials are preparing for a deluge.Read More
After bouncing back from a disastrous 2017 season, peach farmers across South Carolina are preparing for next year’s peach season with a hopeful look backward at the summer of 2018.Read More
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Deputies confirm that the search continues on Lake Murray for missing man, David Grantham. Officials say that Grantham’s boat was found near Spence’s Point earlier this afternoon, and divers are now on scene to assist in the search.
At least seven people have been killed, and another 140 injured after the Sudan military seizes power. According to Reuters, Sudanese Army leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan declared emergency rule over the transitional government.
I’m interviewing Lexington One School District Executive Chef Wesley Wilson on the food supply chain disruptions local school districts are seeing. Find out how they plan to adapt, Today at 4 p.m. @USCCarolinaNews