As the raucous 2016 election cycle draws to a close, major players in both the Democratic and Republican parties are looking ahead for their next moves, including in South Carolina.
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The Lincoln Street tunnel became the destination for artists to freely express themselves through chalk art on Nov. 12, as people of all ages and talents were encouraged to participate in the second annual ArtLinc event, hosted by Izms of Art and One Columbia.
Whatever is written in history books to come, no one can say they did not show up to fight.
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After negotiating with local residents, USC unveiled a plan to construct a new "Campus Village" for students on the south side of campus, The State reports.
A tip led investigators to a stockpile of illegal drugs, high-power firearms and cash at a storage facility, Columbia Police Chief Skip Holbrook reports.
When South Carolinians go to the polls to elect the lower house of next year’s state General Assembly, they will find their choices for candidates extremely limited.
The man arrested for allegedly stabbing two people near an off-campus student housing complex has been identified, WIS reports.
Students got the chance to take a hands-on approach to fire safety and prevention Tuesday on Greene Street as part of Fire Safety Day. USC's own fire department teamed up with other local agencies to put on a series of demonstrations to teach students as part of Fire Safety Awareness Month.
The Carolina Technology Conference will present a new regional competition designed to give students in the information technology field valuable, hands-on experience from Oct. 17-18, and the whole thing is the class project of a team of USC students.
Hurricane Matthew took three lives in South Carolina, and as of Sunday morning, nearly 750,000 people statewide were still without power.
With rain and heavy winds forecast for this weekend, Hurricane Matthew poses yet another natural threat to South Carolinian homes, businesses and, potentially, lives.
Students and activists gathered on South Carolina Statehouse grounds Saturday evening to peacefully protest and mourn the loss of black lives across the United States.
Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015
A man was been arrested on the Horseshoe late Wednesday afternoon. The man is the suspect in an attempted robbery of a local restaurant that occurred minutes before. An employee of the restaurant called the police and gave chase to the suspect. The employee is unsure if the man was in possession of a weapon.
New York Times best-selling author Austin Kleon visited the Richland County Library on Monday to discuss creative communities, sign stacks of his books and answer a few questions from the audience.
USC students and alumni, eager to discuss their future with potential employers, gathered at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center for the Career Fest and the Science, Engineering and Technology Fair on Tuesday.
Greenville's Malcolm X Center for Self-Determination served as a voice for the Black Lives Matter movement at a teach-in on Saturday.
At a regularly scheduled meeting on Friday, the USC Board of Trustees considered Bull Street development land for a new medical school building. The new campus, which would be a $200 million project, could use a 16-acre portion of the downtown Columbia development space.