Black and white tegu lizards are local to South America and Argentina, but have become popular pets in the United States. As of May, the SCDNR enacted a ban making it illegal to own, breed and transfer the tegu species.Read More
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
After streaming reached an all-time high during the height of the pandemic, many wonder if moviegoing habits have been changed forever and if the industry has done enough to accommodate the public’s evolving tastes.Read More
Competition in the housing market is quickly rising in Columbia as potential homebuyers struggle to set their offers apart in order to win bidding wars.Read More
The yellow colored tap water has some Rosewood residents worried for their safety and continues to be an issue.Read More
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
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I’m interviewing Lexington One School District Executive Chef Wesley Wilson on the food supply chain disruptions local school districts are seeing. Find out how they plan to adapt, Today at 4 p.m. @USCCarolinaNews
The South Carolina Hospital Association is showing gratitude to healthcare workers in their new ‘30 Days of Thanks’ campaign. Find out how you can donate to show your appreciation at 4!
Richland Two’s School Board will follow new guidelines at their meeting tonight - limiting the number of parents allowed to attend. Find out what those guidelines are at 4!