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Columbia Children's Theatre , the Midlands' only professional theatre for families and young audiences, will host its second annual fundraiser, Review Revue 2: Around the World with CCT, beginning at 6:00 PM on today March 7, 2014.
A Spartanburg lawmaker has introduced legislation which aims to get rid of South Carolina's "Stand Your Ground" law.
Police responded to a Clinton residence in March 2013 after reports that an 8-week-old infant was not breathing.
Deputies say Mitchell got into an argument and a fight with a woman in the parking lot of the club.
Columbia, SC - A South Carolina lawmaker has filed a bill to allow the use of medical marijuana in South Carolina.
Sean Callebs rides in an Army vehicle in August, 2011, in Nimroz, Afghanistan, when he was working for the State Department.
The first reading may have passed last night but that does not mean council members are on the same page.
If it's Wednesday, then it's time for you to make an utter fool of yourself doing karaoke at Art Bar.
The Past An Iranian man deserts his French wife and two children to return to his homeland.
Historic Columbia opens its first exhibit at the Modjeska Monteith Simkins House on Sunday, March 16 with an open house from 1 to 5 pm.
Columbia's Climate Protection Action Committee is asking the city council to fund a planning assessment for the South Assembly Street corridor Columbia's Climate Protection Action Committee is asking the city council to fund a planning assessment for the South Assembly Street corridor Columbia's Climate Protection Action Committee is asking the ... (more)
South Carolina Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell speaks at a news conference on prescription drug abuse at the South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia, S.C., on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014.
Columbia, SC - The Community Development Block Grant has made it possible for certain Columbia businesses to receive 80 percent of the cost to renovate their storefronts and has been implemented in various parts of town, but the $340,000 fund will soon be used up.
State Superintendent of Education Mick Zais announced the five finalists Tuesday.
An investigation has found a rash of problems at a Massachusetts drug lab that was closed after a chemist admitted faking test results in criminal cases, throwing the state's legal system into turmoil.