Kambrell Garvin, 26, won the Democratic nomination for SC House District 77 in the June 26 primary. Garvin, a Columbia native and current USC School of Law student, will seek election in November.
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President Donald Trump traveled to the Columbia area to stump for Gov. Henry McMaster ahead of his runoff against Greenville businessman John Warren.
The Columbia Fireflies took a 2-1 series lead over the West Virginia Power in a matinee game at Spirit Communications Park on Wednesday.
Ainsley Earhardt, alumna of the USC journalism school, returns to campus for a live broadcast of Fox & Friends.
Board of Trustees begins considering whether to revoke Bill Cosby's honorary degree.
Student Government continues to promote their bill to get a student vote on the Board of Trustees.
Governor McMaster declares April 25 as South Carolina Dance Marathon Day.
Garnet Circle's Annual Ring Ceremony honors alumni and soon-to-be alumni with class rings.
ED2010 invited former Cosmopolitan editor Amy Odell to speak to a room full of female students about her experiences writing and editing.
Severe thunderstorm weather rolled into Lexington and Richland counties, causing thousands of outages.
Healthy masculinity workshops have been held in Russell House all spring semester, despite low attendance. Regardless, men across campus have developed their own opinions of what healthy masculinity is.
The inaugural Women in Leadership Summit focuses on diversity of race, ethnicity, gender and of ideas.
Annual IRIS and Carolina Productions event brings drag kings and queens from South Carolina to USC for a one night show.
The USC Fashion Board is putting on the 11th annual Fashion Week in Columbia, featuring student designs and special guests.
Across the world on Saturday at over 800 partner marches, students and gun control supporters protested mass shootings and the lack of legislative response. The March for Our Lives in Columbia drew a small crowd — about 3,000 — compared to the hundreds of thousands in Washington, D.C., but the marchers displayed the same passion and call to action.
Ashley Wineland, an official CMT artist, performs in Boiling Springs, South Carolina, on March 30. Her country musical roots and her fans are some of the most important things to her as a musician.
Columbia's public safety committee, after multiple public hearings, has decided that closing bars at 2 a.m. may not solve behavior problems in entertainment districts and surrounding neighborhoods.
One arrest has been made in connection with a shooting that injured three men in Five Points early Sunday morning.
New organization Garnet Givers brings blood drive to students due to shortage of blood in South Carolina.
USC police recovered unlikely items from a purple Disney princess backpack last Thursday.