Bond denied for Forest Acres bank robbery suspect

The man accused of robbing a bank in Forest Acres went in front of a judge in South Carolina for the first time Friday afternoon.

Spaceflight activates herpes virus in astronauts, study finds

The longer astronauts spend in space, the more likely they are to have the disease reactivated, NASA finds.
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Tyson recalls 69,000 pounds of chicken strips over possible metal contamination

Retail locations across the U.S. received the recalled strips.

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Lexington Police seek man wanted for overnight burglaries, car theft

CPD: Driver detained after 3-year-old killed, mother injured in Lamar St. collision

AL high schooler accepted into 31 universities, awarded $1.1 million in scholarships

  Sumter couple involved in throwing Chihuahuas over SPCA fence identified

  ‘I’m not leaving,’ speaker and author to talk at USC about experiences during 1994 Rwandan genocide

The Solomon Tenenbaum lecture series continues through the Jewish Studies Program at the University of South Carolina with a renowned speaker and author, known for his bravery and courage in the face of the Rwandan genocide of 1994.
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Fentanyl-related overdose deaths up 1,000 percent, CDC says

In the five years from 2011 to 2016, the number of deaths linked to fentanyl grew from less than 1,700 to more than 18,000.

  Woman arrested following road rage incident in RCSD parking lot

  CHA board elects new chair and vice-chair

Family of teen killed in Lowcountry boating incident files wrongful death lawsuit

  Pro-life and pro-choice advocates debate fetal heartbeat bill

  The Zion Show: SC welcomes home Zion Williamson

  ‘We don’t know why he couldn’t feel the vibrations’ family mourns the loss of deaf man hit, killed by train near Chapel Rd.

  Forest Acres bank robbery suspect back in SC

  The 3 most common physical attacks on women and how to protect yourself

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  Parkland, FL, school shooting survivor takes own life

Sydney Aiello’s mother said her daughter felt survivor’s guilt and was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after being on campus the day of the shooting last year.

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Cooper, South Carolina roll past Belmont in women’s NCAAs

  Gamecocks strut their stuff for NFL scouts at Pro Day

On Thursday, 13 Gamecocks put their best foot forward during USC’s Pro Day in hopes of making their dream of playing in the NFL come true.

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  Two fire fighters taken to hospital after house fire on Crabtree Road

  USC legend A’ja Wilson raises $15K for children with cancer and blood disorders

  Winning $1 million Powerball ticket sold in Goose Creek

Gaston man arrested after police chase ends near Platt Springs Rd.

  SC Family launches 'Limitless Purpose’ movement for acceptance on World Down Syndrome Day

As we honor World Down Syndrome Day on Thursday, one Midlands family is starting a new movement to spread awareness about the disorder.
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  Miller Lite sues Bud Light over corn syrup ads

The lawsuit accuses Bud Light parent Anheuser-Busch of starting a "false and misleading advertising campaign" that said Miller Lite and Coors Light use corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup.

World Meteorological Organization retires storm names Florence and Michael

  Lethal Libido: FDA warns the public of dangerous over-the-counter male enhancement pills

  SC Senator introduces resolution pushing for sale of Santee Cooper

What’s the MOOOOVE? Cattle holds up traffic on SC roadway