Storm Cleanup Could Last Until June
Cleanup from last month's snow and ice storm is continuing, and a federal disaster request from the President will help with costs.
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Manning man on trial for killing baby and grandma
Caraway testified at Justin Johnson's murder trial that he pointed the gun at her and said: "You made me do this."
Clarendon County Residents Receive Somea
After suffering many days without power, Clarendon County residents are getting some much-needed help in the form of food donations from Harvest Hope Clarendon County, SC - Many Clarendon County residents were left without power for days after the recent winter mess, and on Wednesday Harvest Hope delivered 3,000 pounds of food to help the Paxville ... (more)
Final Briefs Filed in Case of Executed SC Teen
A South Carolina judge now has a final record as attorneys seek a new trial for a black 14-year-old electrocuted 70 years ago.
Deputies: Student Brings Pellet Gun to School
Clarendon County deputies say an eighth grade student brought a pellet gun to school and got into a struggle with a school resource officer.
Time for catching huge slabs of crappie
Now is the perfect time for you to head to your local fishing hole to catch some big crappie.
Electric Co-op linemen recognized after brush with death
MANNING, S.C. - The Electric Cooperatives of S.C. is recognizing two line workers for their dedication and bravery after experiencing a brush with death while working to restore power wiped out by the winter storm.
Teacher of the Week: Ms. Valerie ManningTeacher of the Week: Ms....
Columbia, SC - Every week News19 highlights excellence in the classroom and this week we're introducing you to Ms.
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Black History Month 2014: "Civil Rights in America"
To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Dr. Carter G. Woodson's Association for the Study of African Life and History has chosen "Civil Rights in America" as its overarching theme for Black History Month 2014.