South Carolina seeks sixth win on Senior Night vs. Chattanooga

For one final time, the South Carolina seniors will play under the lights at Williams-Brice Stadium.
  Rising water levels close more portions of popular river walks


  Friend sings song in memory of fallen SC deputy Farrah Turner
Drew Hardin formerly trained under Florence County Deputy Farrah Turner when he was a new recruit. Drew’s wife, Manessa says Turner was a special person in both of their lives.
New state law requires mopeds to be registered with DMV
The law will require registration of each moped, which will cost you about $10 every two years. Also, moped drivers will be subject to the laws of the road.
More than 6,000 third graders in the Midlands may not be reading at grade level, data shows
Thousands of third-graders in the Midlands are struggling to read at grade level, according to data collected from S.C. Ready assessment administered last year.

Child, woman, man found shot to death in Upstate home, sheriff says

A child, a woman, and a man were found shot to death Friday morning inside a Greenwood County home, Greenwood County Sheriff Dennis Kelly said.

2018 Families Helping Families - here’s what you need to know

For over 28 years WIS-TV has teamed up with the Palmetto Project to help needy families at Christmas through Families helping Families.
Newberry PD: Pair arrested in shooting, two more suspects sought
Gamecocks women’s basketball announces bus trip to game vs. Duke


French drivers to block roads to protest rising fuel taxes

French drivers plan to block roads to protest rising fuel taxes and President Emmanuel Macron's policies

Trump: EPA's acting chief will be named to post permanently

President Donald Trump says he will name EPA's acting head, Andrew Wheeler, to the permanent post at the agency


  Football Friday Plays of the Week

LSU, former coach Les Miles agree to $1.5M buyout settlement

LSU and Les Miles have completed a $1.5 million lump-sum settlement that relieves the university of paying its former coach an additional $5 million through 2023