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Fire risk is higher if you’re older — and no...
By Danielle Wallace | Oct 7, 2022
USC campus prepares for Hurricane Ian’s impa...
By Sammy Sobich | Sep 29, 2022
Plans underway to make Columbia more walkable, bik...
By Kailey Cota | Sep 26, 2022
Prisma Health working to help community avoid seri...
By Grace Tippett | Sep 23, 2022
Richland One, Two increasing safety measures after repeated incidents
by Julia Goulet and Caity Pitvorec | Sep 22, 2022
Students bringing weapons to school and fighting on campus have officials rethinking protocols.Read More
‘Finish Her Run’: Community comes together to honor Eliza Fletcher
by Grace Tippett | Sep 16, 2022
Local family members of Eliza Fletcher, a Memphis jogger who was recently abducted and killed, brought Columbia women together Friday to honor her memory in a special run.Read More
Shifts, culture changes and safety: What’s next for Five Points?
by Connor Hart and Michaela Catoe | Oct 1, 2021
In recent years, Five Points has become the subject of media scrutiny due to concerns of underage drinking and overcrowded bars. But does Five Points deserve its bad reputation?Read More
No charges filed in death of twin toddlers left in car
by Sebastian Lee and Hannah Wade | Sep 21, 2021
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott and Richland County Coroner Naida Rutherford share information...Read More
After steeplechase falls, experts examine horse racing safety
by Maggie Rhoads | Apr 26, 2019
Steeplechase racing is a popular type of horse racing along the Southeast, but the safety of the horses is a concern.Read More
Five Points nightlife seen in a new light
by Maggie Rhoads | Apr 15, 2019
USC students are taking more precautions when going back out to enjoy the nightlife of Five Points.Read More
Ride sharing safety in focus after Five Points fatal abduction
by Zack Bennett | Apr 1, 2019
The death of slain USC student Samantha Josephson serves as a shocking reminder to ride share users to always verify the vehicle’s driver.Read More
New app updates can promote safety
by Camille Doloughty | Mar 28, 2019
Uber is taking measures to ensure the safety of users of the app.Read More
Columbia churches preparing for the worst, praying for the best
by Chad ODonnell | Feb 18, 2019
Almost four years after the Emanuel AME Church shooting in Charleston, Columbia churches are still...Read More
Safe exchange zones offer security to online shoppers
by Anjali Patel | Nov 29, 2018
The Richland County Sheriff’s Department has several safe exchange zones across the Midlands, where people can conduct Craigslist exchanges under police surveillance.Read More
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