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Nearly 70 years ago, a sharecropper named Ansel James rescued Grover Mackey after he became trapped in a 50-foot-deep well on a farm near Salley. For his brave effort, James received a bronze medal from the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission.

A retired New York corrections officer is accused of killing a man at the Orangeburg nightclub he owned.

A year ago when Thomas Elzey became president of South Carolina State University he knew he had taken on a challenge at the state's only public, historically black university. At the time, he didn't realize just how big a challenge.

Thomas Elzey knew he was facing a challenge when he became president of South Carolina State University a year ago. He didn't realize how big a challenge.

A 14-year-old boy drowned at Lake Wateree State Park while swimming with his family.

Winthrop University trustees are still considering adding a football program, despite last month's firing of the university president who was leading the inquiry.

The police chief of an Anderson County town has been arrested on criminal domestic violence charges and suspended from duty.

Tyler Hughey got his start in farming as a child, helping his Papa Ken sell peaches, strawberries and watermelons. Back then, Tyler didn't see the allure of the market or farm work. His papa was persistent in having his grandchildren come along to help.

A CSX spokeswoman says it could be weeks before the cause of a train derailment in downtown Spartanburg can be determined.

Sumter County authorities have charged a 20-year-old woman with murder after the body of her live-in boyfriend was found at their home.

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