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3 hrs ago | WLTX-TV Columbia
The first of some 7,000 Fort Jackson Army soldiers are starting their annual two-week holiday leave.
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Three men are being sentenced for their roles in running an illegal gambling business in Columbia.
6 hrs ago | WMBF
COLUMBIA, SC The Mega Millions jackpot has jumped again to $636 MILLION for tonight's drawing, knocking on the door of the record $656 million set in March of last year.
The proposal was on the agenda Tuesday for discussion by council members but was tabled for the first council meeting of the New Year.
His House Ministries and Habitat For Humanity's Restore in West Columbia were preparing for the busiest time of the year for donations and pick-ups.
It's the most common crime in Columbia: car break-ins make up more than half the city's crime reports.
In case you missed the most pressing issue of the season - Santa's race - Fox News' Megyn Kelly reaped a whirlwind when she recently declared that not only is Santa white but so was Jesus.
COLUMBIA -- A Columbia minister is facing sexually-related charges. Willie Marvin Sr., 51, is currently booked at the Richland County Detention Center.
Next year, the nation will be split: 25 states and the District of Columbia will expand Medicaid coverage, while 25 states won't.
Times Change, Just Not the Good Ones Visit Yesterdays Restaurant & Tavern and help celebrate 35 years of cocktails, characters and classic home cooking.
Columbia Police investigators need more information to help crack a shooting case on Muller Avenue Monday night.
Columbia, SC South Carolina Highway Patrol is reporting one person dead in a single car accident on Old Leesburg Road.
In 1953 Main Street bustled with movie theaters, restaurants and department stores.
South Carolina has ranked in the top five of the most violent states in the nation, according to a study by 24/7 Wall Street.
A Columbia man was charged with shoplifting after a Lexington County Sheriff's deputy saw him eat a pickled sausage and refused to pay for it.
A federal appeals court says Occupy Columbia protesters can sue Gov. Nikki Haley over being kicked off the Statehouse grounds.
17-year-old Joshua Rhode charged with armed robbery, two counts of strong armed robbery, four counts of larceny, unlawful carry of a weapon, possession of narcotics, and driving under suspension.