A man faces two drug charges after passing out in his car, the Army says it didn’t cover up pollution findings at Fort Jackson, and Columbia and the region set record-high temperatures Monday.
Four arrested after stealing iPads, name-calling incident ends in death and a man is accused of setting his girlfriend on fire.
Barnes and Noble on Harbison is closing, 2 sisters are arrested after a fight in a strip club bathroom, and a man is accused of attacking a group of people with a machete.
Converse College is cutting its tuition prices by nearly half, Drip’s owner is opening a Five Points gelato joint, and South Carolina could be getting a fourth area code.
With the use of already-existing technology, we can curb the unacceptably high rate of drunk driving deaths.
This week’s In Brief includes Gov. Nikki Haley’s fine from the S.C. Ethics Commission, a Columbia Police Department scandal and a business owner’s worries about the city’s homeless.
Marcus Lattimore films a PSA, the Haley family nearly $300k in 2012 and smart phones help a one-fifth computerless state connect.
Main Street’s oldest building is becoming a bank and coffee shop, Rep. Bakari Sellers will run for lieutenant governor and concealed carry permit holders are one step closer to bringing guns to restaurants and bars.
The state Senate passed a bill that would allow guns in bars, the head of an S.C. development firm filed for bankruptcy and a suspicious package was found downtown, the third in a week.
College printing houses need protection from funding cuts, commercial printers