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As the partial shutdown of the federal government stretches into a fourth week, a longtime state legislator wants lending institutions in South Carolina to institute... [Read More]
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Former longtime state representative and 2018 Democratic candidate for governor James Smith has a new job. [Read More]
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Bipartisan legislation has been filed in an effort to close the pay gap between men and women in South Carolina. [Read More]
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The City of Columbia is a scoot-free zone. At least for the next year. [Read More]
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A new movie theater has opened in Northeast Columbia, on property owned by a local church. [Read More]
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The ballpark that plays host to the Class A Columbia Fireflies baseball team has a new name. [Read More]
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Republican U.S Sen. Tim Scott took aim colleagues in his own party, criticizing them for not speaking out more demonstratively against racist comments made by... [Read More]
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"Last year, solar came so close." [Read More]
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After two decades working with the federal Bureau of Prisons, Talmadge Coleman has learned to deal with unpredictable situations. [Read More]
History has shown that voter turnout is typically lighter in mid-term elections than in a presidential election year. [Read More]
It's been a bad week for two-term Fifth Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson. [Read More]
Call it the Main Street shuffle. [Read More]
Have you ever gone to a party and a semi-pro soccer game broke out? [Read More]
Already cast aside by voters and eviscerated by the press, embattled Fifth Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson's problems just got a hell of a lot deeper. [Read More]
Already cast aside by voters and eviscerated by the press, embattled Fifth Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson's problems just got a hell of a lot deeper. [Read More]
During last week's breathless buildup to the arrival of massive Hurricane Florence, there was a phrase oft-repeated among local officials: "Prepare for the worst, but... [Read More]
One of the lasting reminders of the devastating flood of October 2015 is the yawning, more than 60-foot wide breach in the Columbia Canal. [Read More]
As it turns out, not all films in the Conjuringverse are created equal. [Read More]
The City of Columbia recently reached out to the private sector for ideas on how to reinvigorate long-decaying Finlay Park. [Read More]
Hurricane Florence is continuing on its powerful surge toward the Carolinas, though the storm has weakened just slightly. [Read More]
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