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Richland County Coroner identifies victim of Friday shooting

Richland County Coroner Gary Watts has released the name of the individual who died as a result of a shooting incident that occurred Friday at approximately 4: 20 p.m.  The incident occurred at the intersection of Leesburg and Patterson Roads, Columbia. Deangelo Prometheus Henderson, 20, of Hickory Ridge Road, Columbia, was transported from the scene by Richland County EMS and taken to…

Toby’s Place, for homeless women and children, cuts ribbon with Oliver Gospel Mission

Thanks to the efforts of a community, homeless women and children in the Columbia area now have a new place to stay and to find the help they need. Oliver Gospel Mission celebrated the completion of Toby’s Place with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday. The new facility at 5938 Two Notch Road in Columbia will serve women and children, expanding the…

Columbia City Councilman Sam Davis holding rate change Drop-In, Thursday

Columbia City Councilman Sam Davis is holding a water, sewer, stormwater Rate Change Drop-In Thursday. It begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Eau Claire Print Building, 3907 Ensor Ave. The purpose of the meeting is to learn about the proposed water, sewer, stormwater rate increase. Information will be provided and city staff will be on hand to answer questions. Click…

Columbia Police make arrests in two murder cases

Columbia Police Chief Skip Holbrook  announced at a Tuesday press conference that two arrests have been made in two murder cases. Floyd Owen and Charles Barhan have been charged with the September 2015 killing of Charles A. Kusko Jr. Barhan is the victim’s nephew. Bouvia Sales has been arrested and charged with the murder of Marlon Butler that occurred in April. Kusko  was…

Clemson football team welcomed at the White House, meets with president

President Donald Trump welcomed the Clemson Tigers football team to the White House Monday. Clemson won the 2016-2017 College Football Playoff National Championship. Gov. Henry McMaster was also on hand for the Tigers’ visit. During the White House ceremony, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney presented the president with official Tigers No. 1 jerseys. President Trump called Clemson’s victory over Alabama…

USC’s Beyond Sports Program helps athletes in careers after graduation

By Caroline Petrone University of South Carolina athletics is coming off of a year that saw the men’s basketball team go to the Final Four and the women win a National Championship in basketball. Officials in the athletics department hope this is only the beginning of more success to come. To help with that; Senior Associate Athletic Director, Chris Rogers,…

Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson to hold discussion, Thursday

Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson to Discuss Several Topics during District 11 Address WHO: Councilman Norman Jackson, District 11 WHAT: District 11: Future of Lower Richland WHEN: 6 p.m. Thursday  (June 15) WHERE: Garners Ferry Adult Activity Center, 8614 Garners Ferry Road, Hopkins Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson will discuss several topics relevant to District 11, including Pinewood Lake Park,…

EdVenture installing Boeing 757 cockpit, Friday

What:    EdVenture will be installing a Boeing 757 cockpit on the outside wall of the museum overlooking the Columbia Canal side as a feature of an new exhibit called “Flight”. The cockpit will lifted by crane and attached to the side of the building. The entire exhibit will be opening mid-July. When:       Friday,  7 a.m. Where:        EdVenture,…

PaleoPalooza, day of fossils, dinosaurs, at the S.C. State Museum, June 17

Experience a special day full of fossils, dinosaurs, natural history and more, June 17

The South Carolina State Museum will celebrate all things paleontology, Saturday, June 17 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Guests will get to meet a paleontologist, skype with scientists in the jungles of Panama, make their own fossils, see live birds of prey and more during this full day of natural history. Guests will also get a chance to meet…

More human remains found in H. L. Hunley

North Charleston – It is no secret that the crew compartment of the , the world’s first successful combat submarine, was small. Conservators working to save the pioneering vessel have a new understanding of just how cramped and intimidating it must have been for the eight-man crew in 1864 when they cranked the Hunley into world history. Working in the…

Gamecock baseball coach Chad Holbrook resigns

Tanner Press Conference to be Held Wednesday Afternoon After several meetings with Athletics Director Ray Tanner assessing the future of the program, Chad Holbrook has made the decision to resign his duties as head baseball coach at the University of South Carolina effective immediately. He will pursue other opportunities, it was announced via USC press release Tuesday night. “I want to…

West Columbia on board with Congaree River Southern Lights Exhibit coinciding with eclipse

1/3lights 2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3Lights Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3lights 3 Show Caption Hide Caption Chris Robinson is an artist and professor at the University of South Carolina. He is creating a light-beaming art project that will be placed between the Gervais Street and Blossom Street bridges. Laura Ros, of “What’s Next Midlands” asked West Columbia City Council…

Gamecock guard Rakym Felder chosen for USA East Coast basketball team

By Chandler Mack (ColaDaily)  Gamecock rising sophomore guard Rakym Felder will play for the USA East Coast team. Rakym Felder. USC Athletics Photo used with permission. Felder will travel to Madrid, Spain later this summer to play alongside a group of college all-stars under the tutelage of Hall of Fame head coach Larry Brown. Gamecock’s Head Coach and former USA…

Historic Columbia hosting eclipse viewing event in the Gardens

Witness the once-in-a-lifetime Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 on the grounds of the Robert Mills House and Gardens at Historic Eclipse in the Gardens. Historic Columbia has issued an invitation to be part of history on Monday, Aug. 21,  in the heart of downtown Columbia. At 2:41 p.m., guests will see the much-anticipated total solar eclipse for 2 minutes and 36…

Teacher emails link with child porn to co-worker, according to Richland County Sheriff’s Department

Sean Maly, a teacher at Summit Parkway Middle School, was arrested on Friday and is charged with second degree sexual exploitation of a minor. According to a Richland County Sheriff’s Department report, Maly “accidentally” emailed the wrong Internet link to a co-worker.  That link resulted in the discovery of child pornography on Maly’s laptop. Investigators are searching other devices that belong to…

Richland County to repair or replace 30,000 damaged roll carts, beginning Tuesday

Richland County is launching a mission to repair and replace damaged trash and recycle roll carts after an audit of its more than 160,000 receptacles found some were no longer in good working condition. Beginning Tuesday, crews will visit homes and businesses served by Richland County Solid Waste & Recycling to repair or replace about 30,000 damaged roll carts. The…

Ft. Jackson celebrates its 100th birthday with concert party for everyone

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REMINDER – Hunter Hayes, Kellie Pickler playing Ft. Jackson Centennial Celebration, Saturday

Click for website Fort Jackson Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation will present a Fort Jackson Centennial Celebration featuring country artists Hunter Hayes and Kellie Pickler, taking place at Hilton Field on Saturday, (June 3.) Gates open at 5:30 p.m. It’s Hunter Hayes’ first time at Fort Jackson. Pickler last performed on post in 2011. The Fort Jackson Centennial Celebration will…

Lexington County man gets life for murdering estranged wife with her 10-year-old daughter present

1/2Rachel Peters Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2Sean Peters – Lexington County Detention Center Photo Show Caption Hide Caption Sean Patrick Peters,39, has been sentenced to life in prison for murder. The sentence came after his guilty plea for murder in the shooting death of his wife, Rachel Peters, on December 13, 2015. Eleventh Circuit Chief Administrative Judge Eugene C. Griffith,…

Airport, Brookland-Cayce High Schools buck trend with on-campus graduations

1/2Brookland-Cayce graduation Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2Airport graduation. Show Caption Hide Caption Temperatures were comfortable, just above 70 degrees as Airport and Brookland-Cayce High Schools conducted graduation ceremonies. Both graduations were held in the respective school’s football/soccer stadiums. Brookland-Cayce’s graduation was Thursday morning, beginning at 8. Airport’s was Friday morning at 8. While almost every high school in Lexington and…

Riverbanks Zoo’s Conservation Support Fund renamed in honor of retiring Director “Satch” Krantz

Riverbanks Zoo and Garden announced that it is renaming its conservation fund in honor of the Zoo’s retiring President and CEO Palmer Krantz also received the Order of the Palmetto,  awarded by SC Gov. Henry McMaster and presented by U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, SC Sen. Nikki Setzler, SC Rep. James Smith and SC Rep. Beth Bernstein in recognition of Krantz’s lifetime achievements…

Man entices student to leave school, sexually assaults her, according to Lexington County Sheriff’s Department

Jeremy Adam Bowen has been charged with criminal sexual conduct, according to a Lexington County Sheriff Department report.  He allegedly enticed a female student he knew to leave school Wednesday. Investigators said Bowen supplied the girl with drugs and alcohol and sexually assaulted her at a location away from the school. The victim was treated, released from a hospital Wednesday. She…

One person killed, three others injured in Thursday night car crash

One person wail killed, and three others were taken to the hospital after a late-night Thursday car accident in Richland County. SCHP file photo of a nighttime vehicle crash. The wreck occurred around 11:35 p.m. on Legrand Road near Pinnacle, according to Lance Cpl. Matt Southern of the S.C. Highway Patrol. A 2014 Kia Forte was traveling south on Legrand…

Dead man found in house on fire call, was from head trauma, deputies investigating

Richland County Coroner Gary Watts has released the name of the individual who died at approximately 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. The person died after being involved in an altercation and a house fire.  The incident occurred at 1741 Morninglo Lane, Columbia, stated Watts. Dante Barksdale, 39, of Morninglo Lane, of Columbia, died at the scene.  An autopsy indicated that the cause of death…