SC women delaying health screenings after COVID-19
By Leah DeFreitas | Oct 28, 2022
Spike in RSV cases seen at children’s hospitals ac...
By Sammy Sobich | Oct 24, 2022
Richland jail’s kitchen had a ‘C’...
By Char Morrison | Oct 17, 2022
Monkeypox vaccine available in Columbia but only o...
By Caleb Bozard | Oct 4, 2022
State’s 1st West Nile virus death confirmed ...
By Caity Pitvorec | Sep 12, 2022
The duel has begun! UofSC and Clemson battle for organ donors
by Sheila Paz | Nov 15, 2021
Battling against Clemson is back again and Donate Life SC is having their annual donor registry duel between Carolina and Clemson to see which school can get the most registered on the state and national donor registry.Read More
‘Rosewood tea’ leaves residents weary of using water
by Kourtney Vermillion and Peter Vance Smith | Apr 9, 2021
The yellow colored tap water has some Rosewood residents worried for their safety and continues to be an issue.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
Fauci expects Americans will be wearing masks in 2022
by Mary Claire Warren | Mar 3, 2021
Just days after President Biden announced that the United States could be back to normality by next December, Dr. Fauci makes a statement indicating that masks will likely need to be worn in 2022.Read More
S.C. teachers could soon be immediately eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine
by Rachel Strieber and Trey Martin | Feb 12, 2021
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
Bike sales increase during pandemic leads to shortage
by Amoni Jerman | Nov 2, 2020
The pandemic has caused a spike in bicycle sales, only to lead to a shortage of bikes and parts in the cycling industry.Read More
Doctors battle false information as they encourage flu shots
by Samantha Winn | Oct 26, 2020
As flu vaccine misinformation spreads on social media, doctors across South Carolina remind patients of the importance of the flu vaccine amid a pandemic.Read More
Fewer jobs means hungrier Midlands families
by Samantha Winn | Oct 5, 2020
Harvest Hope continues to serve the hungry in the Midlands throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, despite reduced hours.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
Young onset colorectal cancer on the rise
by Sarah Pritchard | Nov 26, 2019
Colorectal cancer is on the rise in young adults. Marielle McLeod was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at age 36. Now she is a survivor and a patient advocate.Read More
Columbia’s homeless brace for winter chill, but many don’t come inside
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
Read Eat Grow promotes food literacy in S.C.
by Staff | Oct 1, 2019
The Read Eat Grow initiative, introduced by The South Carolina State Library, brings awareness to food literacy.Read More
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