3 hrs ago
Openings in Columbia SC: Transcendence, Heaven is for Real
A Haunted House 2 A Haunted House was to ghosts what Scary Movie was to slashers.
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7 hrs ago
Join a Camp Asylum dig site tour on April 18 and 25
Join Dr. Chester DePratter and his team from the South Carolina Institute for Archaeology and Anthropology for a tour of the Camp Asylum archaeological dig site on the Bull Street campus.
12 hrs ago
Artworks by USC faculty, students at auction
The school's 59th annual art auction is scheduled for Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the McMaster Gallery on the corner of Senate and Pickens Streets in Columbia.
16 hrs ago
Re: DC Celebrates Its Emancipation Day
April 16, 1862 marked the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. Over 3,000 enslaved persons were freed eight months before the Emancipation Proclamation liberated slaves in the South.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
'Mini-Crusher Run' Held in Columbia Ahead of Full Race
The Vulcan quarry in Columbia's Olympia neighborhood has been in the same place for nearly 150 years, but rarely does anyone Columbia, SC -- The Vulcan quarry in Columbia's Olympia neighborhood has been in the same place for nearly 150 years, but rarely does anyone from the public get a look inside.
ATF Now Investigating Death of 7 Year-Old
The owner of the weapon that killed 7 year-old Juliet Lynch didn't have a loaded handgun in his trunk it was an assault rifle.
USC to Limit Graduation Tickets Due to VP Visit
Columbia, SC The University of South Carolina has announced plans to limit the number of tickets available to the graduation ceremony Columbia, SC The University of South Carolina has announced plans to limit the number of tickets available to the graduation ceremony featuring Vice President Joe Biden.
Non-Profit Helps Families Impacted By Motorcycle Wrecks
Later this month a non-profit born out of tragedy will help a couple involved in a tragic motorcycle accident.
Palmetto Moon To Open Ninth Location in Columbia, S.C. June 2014
Robert Webster, Chairman and CEO of Palmetto Moon, announced today that the popular South Carolina lifestyle, collegiate and specialty gift retail chain will open its ninth palmetto state location in June 2014 in Columbia, South Carolina at the Village at Sandhill Shopping Center.
Post and Courier
Man sentenced to life in Forest Acres killing
A man has pleaded guilty in the 2009 shooting death of a woman at a bank ATM near Columbia in 2009.
State Supreme Court Hears Appeal in Fatal Dog Attack
Prosecutors want SC's highest court to reinstate the conviction of a man whose dogs killed a 10-year-old boy in 2006.
Sanford Accused of Violating Divorce Agreement Again
Rep. Mark Sanford has been accused by ex-wife Jenny Sanford of once again violating the terms of his divorce agreement , the Post and Courier reported over the weekend.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
West Columbia City Council Votes to Strip Mayora
West Columbia City Council members voted to strip their mayor of some of his power Monday night.
Drug trafficking arrest leads to 4 other arrests
Sheriff's Deputies say the arrest of a man on drug trafficking charge led to the arrest of several others on similar charges.
ABC News 4 Charleston
DHEC wants help collecting dead birds for West Nile tests
COLUMBIA, S.C. The state's health department is asking the public to help them track West Nile virus by submitting dead birds for testing.
Man arrested in break-in, sexual attack
Columbia police have arrested a man accused of forcing his way into a home and sexually assaulting a woman last month.
Victim of Fatal Hit & Run Identified
Columbia, SC - Richland County Coroner Gary Watts has identified the victim of a fatal hit and run from Saturday.
Indie Grits 2014 | Slow Food Columbia
Fast food is unhealthy and comes from ... well, you really don't want to know. Slow food is healthy and comes from local farmers and chefs you know and trust.
The Charlotte Observer
How SC students will be tested next year unknown
COLUMBIA, S.C. A years-long effort by state officials to help create standardized tests for South Carolina's public schools may become moot, leaving uncertain how students will be tested next spring.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
Strippers sue South Carolina clubs over wages
COLUMBIA, S.C. A group of strippers says several South Carolina nightclubs didn't pay them according to federal standards, and the women have filed a federal lawsuit against them.