In Brief

Briefing: 2/11/16

This week in brief: The Gamecock women's basketball team lost to UConn, Carly Fiorina suspended her campaign, Marco Rubio campaigned at a town hall in Columbia and Richland County Councilman Kelvin Washington was put on probation. 

In Brief: 12/1/16

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. 

In Brief: 11/28/16

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.

In Brief: 11/22/16

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. 

In Brief: 11/21/16

Richland deputies are looking for a suspect in a Sunday morning shooting, USC trustees approved a bronze statue of mascot Cocky and a man was arrested after leading troopers on a car chase with children in the car.

In Brief: 11/18/16

Gov. Nikki Haley met with President-Elect Donald Trump, a man was arrested for reporting bombs at the White House and Charleston and the death of a local doctor remains under investigation. 

In Brief: 11/17/16

The Columbia Police Department won an excellence in law enforcement award, a hearing to determine if Dylann Roof is competent for trial will be closed to the public and a road sign remembering the child killed at an Anderson elementary school was unveiled.