The 11th annual butterfly release was held at the South Carolina
Rick Quinn pleads guilty to misconduct in office during a hearing in Richland County Courthouse
Students at six Chapin area schools celebrate raising $111,200 to help build a sports complex for children with mental and physical disabilities.
4-year-old Jessica Gutierrez was taken from her Lexington home in 1986, and still has not been found
The Public Service Commission is listening to testimony to make a decision about charging rate payers to help pay for the failed nuclear reactors in Jenkinsville.
Investigators with the Columbia Police Department released surveillance video of a burglary in which suspects crashed a stolen van into Sparkle Car Wash located at 6212 Garners Ferry Road.
Leslie Peters is reaching out to find help for Edna Eagles and her family
Ernest Finney, the first African-American Supreme Court Chief Justice in South Carolina, lies in repose at the Supreme Court building.
A libation offering was used during a ceremony at the University of South Carolina in recognition of enslaved people’s contributions to the campus.
Former S.C. Supreme Court chief justice Ernest Finney has died. Finney was the first black South Carolina chief justice since Reconstruction.
Since the abandonment of the nuclear plant in Jenkinsville, lineman and customer service representatives have had an earful from people they encounter.
Benedict College senior Jameer Bailey enjoyed his time in Columbia. But like a lot of out-of-state students, he plans to leave the state after graduation.