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According to the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, deputies arrested three Columbia residents Wednesday after finding catalytic converters and tools commonly used to remove the car parts during a traffic stop near Lake Murray.

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Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green notified the public that a 12-year-old juvenile male has been charged with unlawful use of 911 after he was found to be responsible for a series “swatting” calls that were made within a neighborhood off Barr Road in Lexington. The announcement was made W…

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Midlands foodies will have the chance to explore local dining options over the next 11 days while participating in Restaurant Week.

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Lizard's Thicket employees are preparing to serve thousands of customers on New Year's Day. According to Community Relations Manager Sara Krisnow, it's the local restaurant chain's busiest day of the year.

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Members of the Lexington town council voted Monday night 5-2, to reinstate a mask ordinance that will again require a face covering in all grocery stores, pharmacies, big box stores and other retail establishments within the Town limits.

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UPDATE: The SC Emergency Management Division reported as of 6:20 a.m. Saturday, that a 2.4 magnitude earthquake did occur in the Midlands Friday night. On whether the two events were related, EMD said via Twitter, "Both incidents occurred at the same time. We'll let the crews working on the …

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According to the Lexington Police Department, an arrest has been made in the shooting death that occurred Thursday, which LPD, LCSD and the Lexington County Coroner's Office have been investigating.

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South Carolina DHEC confirmed that a bat found near Kimmey Road and Fish Hatchery Road in Gaston tested positive for rabies. There are no known human exposures reported at this time, according to DHEC officials. A dog was exposed and will be quarantined as required in the South Carolina Rabi…

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Saturday’s East Division final of the “She Got Next” tournament at Brookland-Cayce High School was a tale of two halves for Irmo.