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Kailey Cota


Lack of Carolina Alert after October homicide 'troubling' to lawyers

After a USC student committed a homicide within walking distance of campus, USCPD considered him to be “armed and dangerous" yet did not send out a Carolina Alert because those are not required in situations that have “already occurred, and that we don't believe is currently a risk,” according to university spokesperson Jeff Stensland. An attorney said he believes the university might have violated the U.S. Department of Education's Clery Act in doing so.

'Everybody is family' at local liquor store Jimmie and Son

When Jimmie, a retired Army mechanic, decided he wanted to own his own business with his wife and son, everything worked out perfectly except for one thing — the spelling of his own name. On Google Maps, 347 Harden St. is incorrectly listed as the address for "Jimmy and Sons" instead of "Jimmie and Son." 

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