A racist message was placed over a history display in Gambrell Hall Tuesday morning.
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Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito will give the keynote speech at the dedication of USC's new law school building on Thursday.
Sen. Lindsey Graham took a public stance on President Trump's plan to end the DACA program, and a body discovered on Lake Hartwell is confirmed to be that of a Clemson student.
A first-of-its-kind cancer treatment drug was approved by the FDA, and new details are emerging in the wake of a deadly hostage situation at a Charleston restaurant.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is speaking out in the wake of protests across the country, and a staple of the Columbia theatre community passed away Tuesday.
The family of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. continues to share his message on the anniversary of his "I Have a Dream" speech, and a tropical system may develop into a named storm just in time to hit the South Carolina coast.
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"This is extremely rare for our area, especially in January," said John Quagliariello of the National Weather Service about tornado watches for parts of SC.this is just the first brief. cq mc // the formatting is completely different from the last time I read one of these so I also don't know what to do here -ac
The longtime president of South Carolina public broadcasting will step down in the near future, the officer accused of killing an African American man in Charlotte won't face charges, and a Sumter church suffered over $2,000 in damages after being vandalized.
A dementia patient in Newberry county goes missing, Hugh Leatherman refuses to leave his Senate seat and a newborn is left to the DSS.
Aiken County officials shot a man wielding a machete, an apartment fire displaced four people in Columbia and a Clemson graduate was awarded the nation's highest non-combat award.
Kanye West canceled his show at Colonial Life Arena, an armed robbery was reported at California Dreaming and two teens were accused of throwing rocks at the highway.