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by Sheila Paz | Oct 14, 2021
Last year, people were advised not to go out trick-or-treating because of the coronavirus pandemic, prompting homeowners associations, churches and schools across the state to cancel Halloween celebrations. This year, parents are looking forward to the holiday.Read More
The yellow colored tap water has some Rosewood residents worried for their safety and continues to be an issue.Read More
Throughout the pandemic, pet adoption rates have skyrocketed in South Carolina. Pet owners and official agencies explain why they think more people have started adoptingRead More
by Andrea Betancourt | Oct 30, 2020
As an emerging community, the Hispanic/Latino population in Columbia, SC is encouraged to take part in the Census and vote whenever they can.Read More
by Lexi Torrence | Apr 2, 2020
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
by Kenna Coe | Nov 19, 2019
The Midlands Area Consortium for the Homeless (MACH) hosted its annual prayer breakfast that brought community members and advocates together to discuss hunger and homelessness in the Midlands.Read More
by Kenna Coe | Nov 14, 2019
As winter weather approaches, Columbia’s homeless population is left with limited resources to protect them from the cold.Read More
by Alexander Shepard | Oct 18, 2019
The 150th anniversary of the South Carolina State Fair is giving fairgoers the opportunity to stroll down memory lane.Read More
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An education bill that would restrict what teachers can teach about race now goes to the full House of Representatives.
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It was a pleasure to speak with our State Representatives on the first day of Black History Month. We are looking back to acknowledge trailblazers like Sarah Mae Flemming, and we can also look forward to move-makers like @Dr_JLJohnson and @mcdanielae .