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Latest Columbia Items
U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn says he thinks South Carolina is not going to improve until voters stop choosing Republicans.
A former chief of staff and general counsel at South Carolina State University on Tuesday admitted in court of lying to FBI agents in the ongoing public corruption investigation at the historically black school.
The South Carolina Department of Social Services is hiring 20 caseworkers to improve child-welfare services in Richland County, Gov. Nikki Haley's office said Tuesday. The plan's release follows questions surrounding children's deaths.
Judge dismisses case against SC House Speaker Harrell, says courts don't have jurisdiction.
The Federal Aviation Administration is giving 14 Mississippi airports a total of more than $4.8 million to improve safety and operations.
Brian Dawkins wishes he could do more for Clemson, particularly after what his says the school did for him.
Public and private employers in Columbia would be barred from putting questions about job seekers' criminal backgrounds on applications under a proposal from a study group that says the questions mean automatic rejection for many ex-offenders.
Columbia earned the first automatic berth into the NCAA baseball tournament by sweeping Dartmouth 6-2 and 4-1 in the Ivy League championship series Saturday.
Police are warning female college students in Columbia to take extra precautions after a series of early-morning break-ins and sexual assaults that may be connected to a similar spate of attacks last year.