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  • Bentley's 3 TDs lead Gamecocks to 31-10 win over Wofford - WTOPBentley's 3 TDs lead Gamecocks to 31-10 win over Wofford - WTOP

    WTOPBentley's 3 TDs lead Gamecocks to 31-10 win over WoffordWTOPThe Gamecocks (8-3) heavy favorites over Wofford of the FCS Southern Conference. But with memories of South Carolina's stunning 23-22 loss to FCS Citadel two years ago still fresh, fans at Williams-Brice Stadium weren't taking anything for granted.Gamecocks get 8th win, move on to clash with ClemsonThe StateSouth Carolina football: It's officially Clemson week in ColumbiaSECcountry.comSouth Carolina dusts off after shaky start, pummels Wofford 31-10WISSaturday Down Southall 33 news articles »

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  • South Carolina dusts off after shaky start, pummels Wofford 31-10South Carolina dusts off after shaky start, pummels Wofford 31-10

    South Carolina (8-3, 5-3 SEC) shrugged off a shaky offensive start and took care of the Wofford Terriers (9-2, 7-1 SoCon) at Williams-Brice Stadium. South Carolina started the game with a leaky drive, followed by a punt in Wofford territory. The Terriers quickly answered back with a sustained drive of their own, grinding over seven minutes off the clock after a facemask penalty pushed Wofford past midfield. Wofford was unable to capitalize, though, and cashed in with a field goal. ...

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  • Moore moves into the record booksMoore moves into the record books

    South Carolina linebacker Skai Moore is now a school record holder. Moore now has 14 career interceptions, which ties him with Bo Davies for the most in program history. 

    WIS TV / 3 h. 1 min. ago
  • VIDEO: Man caught on surveillance stealing thousands of dollars' worth of cigarettesVIDEO: Man caught on surveillance stealing "thousands of dollars' worth of cigarettes"

    The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the community’s help in identifying and locating a man accused of stealing a few thousand dollars’ worth of cigarettes from multiple businesses. 

    WIS TV / 3 h. 23 min. ago
  • No. 4 Clemson stays in playoff hunt with 61-3 Citadel winNo. 4 Clemson stays in playoff hunt with 61-3 Citadel win

    Kelly Bryant threw for 230 yards and three touchdowns and was out of the game before halftime as No. 4 Clemson comfortably remained in the playoff race with a 61-3 win over The Citadel on Saturday.

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  • Collision involving a child and a tractor-trailer claims the life of oneCollision involving a child and a tractor-trailer claims the life of one

    One person is dead in Saluda County after a fatal car wreck involving a tractor trailer and a child. 

    WIS TV / 5 h. 4 min. ago
  • Coroner: Missing Sumter woman found in forest died from gunshot woundCoroner: Missing Sumter woman found in forest died from gunshot wound

    The Sumter County Coroner has released the cause of death for a Sumter woman whose body was found by a hunter on Friday. 

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  • AC/DC co-founder, guitarist Malcolm Young diesAC/DC co-founder, guitarist Malcolm Young dies

    Young co-founded the rock back with his brother in 1973. He stopped performing with AC/DC in 2014 after being diagnosed with dementia.

    WIS TV / 9 h. 55 min. ago
  • AP sources: Trump Tower meeting in 2016 draws more scrutinyAP sources: Trump Tower meeting in 2016 draws more scrutiny

    AP sources: Congressional investigators asking 2 participants in 2016 Trump Tower meeting why they discussed the gathering in Moscow a year later.

    WIS TV / 17 h. 2 min. ago
  • Trump campaign created own rules on sexual harassmentTrump campaign created own rules on sexual harassment

    While allegations of sexual harassment topple the careers of some men, Trump moves ahead unscathed as he writes his own rules.

    WIS TV / 17 h. 12 min. ago
  • Gamecocks face tough challenge in Wofford's triple-option offenseGamecocks face tough challenge in Wofford's triple-option offense

    With rivalry week just a week away, it would be easy to look past an FCS opponent to prepare for arguably the biggest game of the regular season. However, South Carolina has no plans on making that mistake against Wofford on Senior Day. 

    WIS TV / 19 h. 30 min. ago
  • Moore critic: Alabama Senate race a battle for nation's soulMoore critic: Alabama Senate race a battle for nation's soul

    GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore's wife is standing by her embattled man, and she has gathered other Alabama women to his cause _ but not everyone is sticking with him.

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  • US puts Palestinians on notice: DC office may be shutteredUS puts Palestinians on notice: DC office may be shuttered

    U.S. officials say the Trump administration is putting the Palestine Liberation Organization on notice that it may shutter their Washington office.

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  • USC Student Killed in Columbia Moped Accident - WLTX.comUSC Student Killed in Columbia Moped Accident - WLTX.com

    WLTX.comUSC Student Killed in Columbia Moped AccidentWLTX.comColumbia, SC (WLTX) - News19 has learned a University of South Carolina student was killed in a moped accident Wednesday night in Columbia. Richland County Coroner Gary Watts identified Friday the victim in the collision as 22-year-old David Newell.and more »

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  • Surveillance shows shooting that injured UK Football fan in South ... - WKYTSurveillance shows shooting that injured UK Football fan in South ... - WKYT

    WKYTSurveillance shows shooting that injured UK Football fan in South ...WKYTSurveillance video from a bar in Columbia, South Carolina shows a shooting that injured a Kentucky woman at a bar.Kentucky Wildcats fan recalls Vista shooting in Columbia SC | The ...The StateVideo shows UK football fan being shot in South CarolinaWTVQall 5 news articles »

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  • Ultra-wealthy win in Senate tax bill, others face hikesUltra-wealthy win in Senate tax bill, others face hikes

    The ultra-wealthy do very well under a major Republican tax bill moving in the Senate, as they do under legislation passed this week by the House.

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  • He was the mystery tenant in Zillowa s a nightmare house.a Now he has a new home.He was the mystery tenant in Zillowa s a nightmare house.a Now he has a new home.

    Artist Randall McKissick - the mystery tenant has a new place to live, but the reason for moving has him sad. Artist Randall McKissick - the mystery tenant has a new place to live, but the reason for moving has him sad.

    Columbia News / 1 d. 6 h. 18 min. ago
  • Trump delays new policy on importing elephant partsTrump delays new policy on importing elephant parts

    The top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee says the Trump administration's decision to allow the importation of body parts from African elephants shot for sport is the "wrong move at the wrong time.".

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  • Person dies in Columbia SC moped wreck in November 2017 | The ... - The StatePerson dies in Columbia SC moped wreck in November 2017 | The ... - The State

    The StatePerson dies in Columbia SC moped wreck in November 2017 | The ...The StateA 22-year-old moped driver who was involved in a collision on Rosewood Drive in Columbia has died.Police continue to investigate moped, pick-up truck accident on RosewoodWACH.comall 5 news articles »

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  • West Columbia House Likely Saved from DemolitionWest Columbia House Likely Saved from Demolition

    On Aug. 1, West Columbia began tearing down several historic mill homes over the objections of some community members. The city plans to use the cleared area for a parking lot.

    Columbia News / 1 d. 11 h. 27 min. ago
  • South Carolina city seeks to outlaw gun bump stocksSouth Carolina city seeks to outlaw gun bump stocks

    Mayor Steve Benjamin of Columbia, South Carolina, said he plans to introduce a city ordinance that would ban "bump stocks" and "trigger cranks" like the ones used in the deadly Las Vegas massacre last month. "I believe in responsible gun ownership, and I believe in common sense," Benjamin said in a statement announcing the ordinance on Wednesday.

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  • 70s Dinner Party Provides Inspiration for the Office Potluck70s Dinner Party Provides Inspiration for the Office Potluck

    It's that time of the year when we spend our off-hours making delicious potluck dishes to take to the office party, then struggle to remember to bring them in the morning! So what's it going to be this year - being the person who brings gas station chips or the person who brings the thing everyone talks about well after the crumbs have been vacuumed from the low-pile carpet in the conference room? Think back to the vintage recipes in old cookbooks that range from just plain weird looking to unfathomable. Those '70s recipes are a great source of inspiration and horror.

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  • Two juveniles arrested for bomb threatTwo juveniles arrested for bomb threat

    Two juveniles have been arrested in connection to a bomb threat that led to the evacuation of Blackville-Hilda High and Middle schools on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Barnwell County Sheriff Ed Carroll said his office was notified at 12:56 p.m. of the threat of a bomb at the high school. He said the threat was called into the school, but declined to give further details of the call.

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  • Victoria's Secreat at Columbia SC mall robbed | The State - The StateVictoria's Secreat at Columbia SC mall robbed | The State - The State

    The StateVictoria's Secreat at Columbia SC mall robbed | The StateThe StateThree people are suspected of stealing merchandise earlier in November from the Victoria's Secret store at Columbiana Centre in Columbia, SC.Two suspects caught on camera stealing from lingerie store in Co ...WISall 5 news articles »

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  • Officials Talk Retail Climate at Winter Series SessionOfficials Talk Retail Climate at Winter Series Session

    The retail industry in 2017 - in Columbia and across the nation - is a shifting landscape, as many brick-and-mortar stores are adjusting to customer bases that increasingly do their shopping online. On Thursday morning, several retail, political and economic development leaders gathered at the Capital City Club to discuss that landscape, as well as other retail-related issues, as part of the Free Times Breakfast Club's 2017 Winter Series.

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  • Decker Boulevard Business Coalition to present “Safety Tips for the Holidays” forumDecker Boulevard Business Coalition to present “Safety Tips for the Holidays” forum

    Contributed by Decker Boulevard Business Coalition The Decker Boulevard Business Coalition (DBBC) will host its fourth in a series of Safety Tips for Business Owners/ Managers and the Community, Tuesday, November 28, 2017, at the Richland County Decker Center, 2500 Decker Blvd, in the Community Room at 9:00 AM.read more

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  • The Garden Club of South Carolina celebrates Veterans DayThe Garden Club of South Carolina celebrates Veterans Day

    Contributed by GCSC Photos by Jim Covington The Garden Club of South Carolina, Inc. held a Veterans Day Ceremony Saturday, November 11 at GCSC Memorial Garden at the Governor’s Complex. HHES Acapella Group performed the National Anthem. Fort Jackson Military Brass Band and Color Guard also performed.read more

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  • Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker gives personal archive to UofSCWashington Post columnist Kathleen Parker gives personal archive to UofSC

    Contributed by UofSC Kathleen Parker, author and Washington Post columnist, has given her personal archive to the University of South Carolina Libraries’ South Carolina Political Collections. Parker, who lives in Camden, South Carolina, was honored and gave the keynote address at the University Libraries’ Ex Libris Society annual dinner Thursday, November 16.read more

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  • International Economic Development Initiative leads to invitation to ChinaInternational Economic Development Initiative leads to invitation to China

    Contributed by Richland County [img_assist|nid=114054|title=|desc= Richland County Council Chair Joyce Dickerson, District 2, and Wang Shenfeng, mayor of Tongxiang, China.read more

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  • Macaroni ManiaMacaroni Mania

    Julia Rogers Hook jrhook@thecolumbiastar.com I am convinced my poor math skills contribute to my lack of cooking abilities. The way I see it, cooking is all about math and chemistry. You have to deal with measurements and numbers just like a math class and you’re mixing up all sorts of concoctions from various ingredients to see how it turns out. That’s exactly what happens in a chemistry class!read more

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  • Imitation is the sincerest form of fatherhoodImitation is the sincerest form of fatherhood

    Mike Maddock mikem@thecolumbiastar.com Someone once said, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” I’m not so sure I agree because when I was the victim of some imitations the other night, “flattery” was not the word that came to my mind.read more

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  • Tapas and Hot SausageTapas and Hot Sausage

    Mike Cox Gervais and Vine is an intimate restaurant in Columbia that focuses on wine and Tapas, which is Spanish for small plates. Spanish bars serve complimentary small plates of food to induce drinkers to stay there and drink for longer periods.read more

    Columbia Star / 2 d. 7 h. 28 min. ago
  • ASK US AT THE STARASK US AT THE STAR

    Compiled by Warren Hughes Actually, the first official Thanksgiving in America did take place in Virginia in 1619 rather than in 1621 in Massachusetts, as most of us were taught. On December 4, 1619, 38 settlers, led by Captain John Woodlief, arrived at Berkeley Plantation in Virginia from Bristol, England.read more

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  • Quirky Crimes in the Capital CityQuirky Crimes in the Capital City

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  • Options open up as VARO heads to auctionOptions open up as VARO heads to auction

    By Lois Carlisle, Historic Columbia If you’ve been looking for the chance to buy into Columbia history, this is your chance. The former Veterans Administration Regional Office Building at 1801 Assembly Street is up for auction.read more

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  • Help the hungryHelp the hungry

    Hunger is a hidden, but monumental, problem in South Carolina. In our state, nearly 750,000 people struggle with food insecurity. That’s one in six of your friends and neighbors who aren’t able to meet their basic needs.read more

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  • Hot WaterHot Water

    Contributed by Richland PIO There’s nothing romantic about E. coli.read more

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  • Dorn partners with homeless shelter for Veteran Stand DownDorn partners with homeless shelter for Veteran Stand Down

    By Jennifer Scales Dorn VA Medical Center Public Affairs It is an epidemic that just won’t seem to go away. Homelessness. Yet the William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center continues to work for a solution. The medical center hosted a Stand Down for Homelessness, Friday, November 3 at Transitions in Columbia.read more

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  • Baddourah's Suit Against Governor DismissedBaddourah's Suit Against Governor Dismissed

    Baddourah initially sued the governor back in July in an effort to get back on Council. In a July statement, Baddourah said that the governor's suspension of him in connection with a criminal domestic violence charge was "ill-conceived, unlawful and unconstitutional."

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  • Trains clogged your commute. Here's what the train companies had to say - The StateTrains clogged your commute. Here's what the train companies had to say - The State

    The StateTrains clogged your commute. Here's what the train companies had to sayThe StateTwo trains that departed around the same time from their yards were the cause of the gridlock in Columbia that nearly paralyzed traffic around several neighborhoods for more than hour. Tracks from CSX and Norfolk Southern cross over each other in ...

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  • Football fan gets thrown back by gunshot during Vista shootout, video shows - The StateFootball fan gets thrown back by gunshot during Vista shootout, video shows - The State

    The StateFootball fan gets thrown back by gunshot during Vista shootout, video showsThe StateDenise Massey, a University of Kentucky football fan who was in Columbia with her fiancee for the Kentucky-South Carolina game that weekend, was shot in the face. Video provided by The Oyster Bar Columbia shows Massey and her fiancee, Jimmy ...

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  • South Carolina Supreme Court rejects senator's appeal since probe figure is not convictedSouth Carolina Supreme Court rejects senator's appeal since probe figure is not convicted

    Sen. John Courson sits in court with his wife Elizabeth and attorney Rose Mary Parham during a bond hearing in Richland County court last month. John A. Carlos II / Special to The Post and Courier Sen. John Courson sits in court with his wife Elizabeth and attorney Rose Mary Parham during a bond hearing in Richland County court last month.

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  • Vicky Chow Brings Epic 1-Bit Electronics and Piano Composition to Southern ExposureVicky Chow Brings Epic 1-Bit Electronics and Piano Composition to Southern Exposure

    The stage at a performance of Surface Image , the hour-length piano and 1-bit electronics composition written by Tristan Perich in collaboration with new music virtuoso Vicky Chow, doesn't look quite like anything you've likely seen in a recital hall before. The piano sits center stage, of course, but is surrounded on either side by what appears to be an excessive number of modest, vaguely conical speakers hung from mic stands, each with their own cable spiraling towards Chow like a scene from Ridley Scott's Alien .

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  • Mayor Benjamin calls for ordinance to ban bump stocks in ColumbiaMayor Benjamin calls for ordinance to ban bump stocks in Columbia

    Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin says he plans to introduce a city ordinance to "ban the use of 'bump stocks' and 'trigger cranks' in the City of Columbia. In a statement released Wednesday night, Mayor Benjamin said that since the Las Vegas shooting that killed 58 people and injured more than 500, one question has stayed in his mind.

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  • Columbia mayor says it's 'a damn shame!' when residents tweet about stalled Assembly St. trainColumbia mayor says it's 'a damn shame!' when residents tweet about stalled Assembly St. train

    Chances are if your work commute takes you through downtown Columbia, you've seen trains blocking the road and causing a traffic backup more than once. It's probably even caused you to be late for school or work.

    Columbia News / 3 d. 1 h. 26 min. ago
  • First Trials Begin For Those Charged Over Inauguration Day RiotingFirst Trials Begin For Those Charged Over Inauguration Day Rioting

    It's been nearly 11 months since President Trump's inauguration, when major protests took place in the streets of Washington, D.C. Storefronts and vehicles were damaged, and police used pepper spray and other tactics to subdue the protesters. D.C.'s Metropolitan Police made scores of arrests.

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  • Could Columbia become the first US city to ban 'bump stocks' on guns? - The StateCould Columbia become the first US city to ban 'bump stocks' on guns? - The State

    The StateCould Columbia become the first US city to ban 'bump stocks' on guns?The StateColumbia and South Carolina leaders are considering new laws to ban devices that turn guns into battlefield-style automatic weapons, a month after a gunman killed 58 people and injured 500 at a Las Vegas country music festival. Columbia Mayor Steve ...South Carolina mayor wants to ban bump stocks on guns | TheHillThe HillSouth Carolina mayor to unveil ordinance banning bump stocksWashington ExaminerSouth Carolina city seeks to outlaw gun bump stocksABC NewsFITSNews -Charleston Post Courierall 27 news articles »

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  • River Allies Clash Over Design of Saluda RiverwalkRiver Allies Clash Over Design of Saluda Riverwalk

    Canine on the sidelines of the Millrace Massacre and Iceman Championships on the Lower Saluda River in January 2014. Photo by Jonathan Sharpe With construction of the Saluda Riverwalk already underway , some people are taking issue with the design of the new greenway at a popular section of the river.

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  • Chew on This: Midlands' First Cat Cafe Now OpenChew on This: Midlands' First Cat Cafe Now Open

    Seeing kittens hiding behind the dumpster at Sonic is what made Jaime Andres Ortega decide to change where his life was going. "It was so sad and there was very little we could do to help them," Ortega says.

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  • 5 things you need to know about parking in Columbia's Vista - The State5 things you need to know about parking in Columbia's Vista - The State

    The State5 things you need to know about parking in Columbia's VistaThe StateWith Columbia's Vista preparing to host its annual Vista Lights holiday season kickoff on Thursday, along with the return of Gamecock basketball at Colonial Life Arena and holiday shows at the Koger Center for the Arts, the downtown core should start ...

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  • If you see a naked person in Five Points on Tuesday … - The StateIf you see a naked person in Five Points on Tuesday … - The State

    The StateIf you see a naked person in Five Points on Tuesday …The StateIt's not everyday that you can plan your schedule around seeing a naked person in a busy part of Columbia. That's exactly what Midlands residents can do on Tuesday. That's because PETA is staging a protest in Five Points where one of the organization's ...and more »

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