Columbia still is expected to see rainfall, strong winds, potential flooding, even as Hurricane Ian’s path shifts slightly to the east in the state.Read More
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster ordered a state of emergency, advising residents to “run from the water and hide from the wind.”Read More
Wondering what to do with a hurricane on the way? Here are some ideas.Read More
Hurricane Ian is expected to bring heavy rainfall to South Carolina from Thursday through Saturday.Read More
On Bald Head Island, residents are clearing debris from their houses weeks after Hurricane Florence.Read More
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We might be saying bye to the summer months for now, but Lexington is already looking forward to June. The town said it plans to recognize Juneteenth as an official town holiday. Juneteenth is a day to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States.
As we move into Fall, those colder mornings mean more people are turning to artificial heat to warm up. Firefighters warn this could spark an increase in house fires. @BryceGlenn25 talked to the Columbia FD on how to stay safe:
Police Departments across the state have spent the morning responding to what were determined to be “prank calls” reporting active shooters in schools. Several schools remain on lockdown as officers make sure there is no threat. No injuries have been reported.