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Latest Columbia Items
What conservative leaders have done to social justice in North Carolina and South Carolina has been mighty low, North Carolina NAACP President William Barber said, but he thinks people in both states are ready to go to higher ground.
Soldiers from Fort Bragg in North Carolina are coming to Richland County to help deputies with training exercises.
Three days later, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley wasn't over her team's first Southeastern Conference loss of the season. She is sure glad her players weren't the same way.
Kristy Curry understands things will eventually improve for Alabama women's basketball. And she just had to look at her coaching rival Sunday for proof that better days are possible.
Bria Hartley scored a career-high 30 points and Breanna Stewart added 23 to lead top-ranked Connecticut to a 94-64 win over No. 23 Rutgers on Sunday.
Denny Tritinger has some advice for anyone who wants to know what going to the doctor will be like in the future: "If anyone tells you they know where health care is going in the next five years," he says, "don't listen to them."
Jabari Brown knows there are ups and downs in basketball.
Columbia College has named its 17th president.
Children in Columbia are getting the chance to show off their international style.