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  Topeka Zoo tiger will not be euthanized after attack; keeper in stable condition

According to Zoo Director Brendan Wiley, the keeper suffered injuries to lacerations and puncture wounds to the back of her head, neck, and one arm.

TOP STORIES

SC woman goes berserk after ‘snake convention’ invades her back porch

  Multiple tornadoes, including an EF-2, confirmed so far in the Midlands from Friday’s storms

  SC 5th-grader RaNiya Wright held in headlock, hit in head during fight, according to witness statements, newly-released 911 tape

  2 charged in connection to SC Walmart arson investigation that caused $3M in damages

  Deputies searching for missing York County teen

The York County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a teenager who has been missing since April 9.
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  Video shows elderly woman being dragged by train

The incident was caught on camera. It’s hard to watch, but amazingly, the woman survived the ordeal.

  Man shoots at mother of children, 7-year-old as they fled domestic dispute, SC deputies say

  Woman detained after crashing into apartment building, Columbia police say

  3-month-old twin infant dies following 3-vehicle incident in Columbia, police said

  3-year-old boy in ‘stable but critical condition’ after tree falls onto Sumter home Friday

SC man bites wiring inside patrol car, scuffles with deputy, report says

  GALLERY + VIDEO: 18th annual Heart + Sole Women’s 5-Miler

  SC 5th-grader RaNiya Wright died of ‘natural causes,’ investigation determined; family ‘we’ll go forward’ with private investigation

  ‘I gave him everything I had:’ Woman pays $40K to SC pool company, still waiting on dream pool

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  Easter Sunday bomb blasts kill more than 200 in Sri Lanka

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the Easter Sunday blasts.

SPORTS

  Columbia father-son duo take their sports apparel company to professional football

Masters moves up tee times due to threat of severe weather on Sunday

According to the Augusta National Golf Club, players will be grouped in threesomes with tee times scheduled for 7:30 a.m. off the No. 1 and No. 10 tees.

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  Man shot by acquaintance on Old Barnwell Road, LCSD says

  Mother of SC inmate who died in prison yard says guards ‘stepped over’ dying son

FIRST ALERT: Downed trees and storm damage reported across the Midlands

  Interim director discusses ‘hostile and toxic’ work environment at state agency

  ‘I had a panic attack:’ Visitors get stuck in North Myrtle Beach resort elevator when storm knocks out power

Friday’s storms have been causing power outages along the Grand Strand since the morning hours.
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  Armed civilian border group member arrested in New Mexico

The videos posted over the last several days show members of United Constitutional Patriots ordering family groups as small as seven and as large as several hundred to sit on the dirt with their children, some toddlers, waiting until Border Patrol agents arrive.

RCSD searching for unknown number of suspects kicking in doors and burglarizing homes in Northeast Columbia

  Harbison Walmart re-opens after fire that caused nearly $3M in damages

  SCHP: Woman arrested for leaving scene of hit-and-run in Lexington Co. earlier this week

  Report on 5th grader’s death shows school employees acted appropriately in incident, superintendent says