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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Charles Smith
Leo's BBQ has been a staple in the metro since the mid-1970s, founded by Leo Smith. After Smith's death, his son, Charles Smith, decided to venture from the original restaurant at 3631 N. Kelley Ave. and take his father's famous barbecue downtown.
Authorities say the two suspects from North Carolina charged with killing a Horry County man by setting his home on fire tied him up and poured gasoline on him before igniting the blaze.
A D.C. man has been indicted on a charge of motor vehicle manslaughter after a car crash in which his 4-year-old son was killed.
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman defended his decision to travel to North Korea with several other former NBA players to take part in a game on the birthday of Kim Jong-un, the country's leader, saying it is "all about the game."
The National Transportation Safety Board is continuing its investigation Wednesday into a medical helicopter crash in Tennessee that killed three people.
"There's a sense of urgency on everyone's part. We're doing everything to ensure the state funds are properly utilized and that we deliver a quality product," said Charles Smith, who took over the child support division last fall.
"I was glad I had the opportunity to do what I did down there. I had to move on," he told The Journal Record (http://bit.ly/1iTptkN).