SC’s chief accountant to resign after $3.5 b...
By Raymond Escoto | Mar 23, 2023
Women in state government? SC ranks 49th, might no...
By Hanna Schatteman | Feb 17, 2023
Plans for South Kilbourne apartment complex leave ...
By Emily Okon | Jan 25, 2023
SC working to improve roads over bridges after yea...
By Holly Poag | Nov 14, 2022
SC governor declares September National Suicide Pr...
By Holly Poag | Sep 14, 2022
Black students face significant debt despite loan forgiveness plan
by Shakeem Jones and Bee Brawley | Sep 7, 2022
A student studies on campus at USC. Photo by: Shakeem Jones President Biden’s announcement...Read More
Columbia city council working to restrict new vape shops
by Hanah Watts and Paxton Rountree | Sep 7, 2022
A mural in the heart of Five Points showing the diversity of the community. Photo by Paxton...Read More
S.C. Senate moves to allow sex offenders off the state registry
by Kaitlyn McCue | Apr 20, 2022
A South Carolina bill giving registered sex offenders the option to have their names taken off the sex offender registry through petition is set to enter the Senate floor after passing in full committee.Read More
Putin planted seeds for Ukraine invasion in rise to power
by Kaitlyn McCue | Mar 17, 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin is a household name after the February invasion of the Ukraine. As South Carolina political leaders and citizens decry the invasion of Ukraine, we examine how Putin rose to power.Read More
South Carolinians prepare for student debt cancellation despite its uncertain future
by Matt Tantillo | Apr 12, 2021
South Carolina students have the fifth highest average federal and private student loan debt, and that number could be coming down with the swipe of President Biden’s pen or an act passed in Congress.Read More
Columbia mayor candidates discuss plans, hopes for city’s homeless
by Kourtney Vermillion | Apr 6, 2021
Homeless people wait in line for the doors of Oliver Gospel to open to receive dinner. This is one...Read More
McMaster lifts “Last Call” order in South Carolina
by Mary Claire Warren | Mar 5, 2021
South Carolina residents react to the news that Gov. McMaster has lifted the “Last Call” order throughout the state. Bars will now be allowed to serve alcohol past 11 p.m. and stay open later.Read More
A Sumter barber goes the extra mile during pandemic
by Deric J. Rush | Nov 11, 2020
One South Carolina barber decided to step up his game in response to the coronavirus pandemic.Read More
Columbia couple seeks good homes for stadium cats
by Samantha Winn | Sep 30, 2020
For four years, a Columbia couple has fed stray cats around Williams-Brice Stadium and worked with Richmond County to find them homes.Read More
Statewide coronavirus testing initiative unveiled
by Amoni Jerman | Sep 22, 2020
DHEC is partnering with the city of Columbia to do more COVID-19 testing and to encourage people to get tested.Read More
Flood detecting AI system could thwart devastating river damage
by Staff | Feb 11, 2020
Two University of South Carolina engineering professors are creating an early warning flood detection system using artificial intelligence. The system could assist state and local agencies in emergency flood response.Read More
2020 Census stirs anxiety among Latinos
by Genna Contino | Dec 2, 2019
With the 2020 Census approaching, many Hispanic advocates worry the data could be used for immigration enforcement.Read More
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