On Monday, Pfizer and BioNTech said that their vaccine is safe and effective in combatting the coronavirus in children ages 5 to 11.Read More
Protesters from both racial activist groups and Confederate flag supporters offer a new angle. Introduction of the first hate crime bill in South Carolina.Read More
The South Carolina Senate passed legislation Tuesday, making teachers immediately eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and accelerating the return to fully in-person instruction.Read More
South Carolina’s Teacher Cadet program now operates in 50 states with hopes of getting more teachers in schools, increasing teacher retention and promoting awareness and advocacy for public education all over the U.S.Read More
The new Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has big plans for diversity at UofSC. He spoke at the “Diversity Matters” series about leadership, infrastructure, inclusion and more.Read More
South Carolina school districts are receiving $33 million to support plexiglass barriers and other personal protective equipment to assist in conducting face-to-face instruction.Read More
Reporter Lexi Torrence is home from her senior year of college, while her young cousin is home from her first year of pre school. Now they are learning together how to survive family life in a pandemic.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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