Identity theft concerns have skyrocketed in South Carolina, and the Department of Consumer Affairs says they have the phone bill to back it up.
Walkers and bikers are back on the trails of the Cayce Riverwalk after recent flooding left parts of it damaged and underwater.
Cyclists from around the Midlands will ride together in silence tonight to remember those killed and injured on local roadways.
It's not something we like to think about, but if you or a loved one were to pass away unexpectedly, what would happen to your online accounts?
After losing a loved one, it's not uncommon for social media users to express their grief on social media platforms. In light of that, counselors say the digital world is adding new dimensions to the grieving process.
Social media websites have changed the way the world connects, and it appears they have also changed how we can connect once we're gone.
The old Parisian building at the Richland Mall may look empty now, but a group of school developers have plans to open a Charter school there this August.
All of the recent wet weather means South Carolina strawberry farmers are keeping an extra eye on their crop this week, but it seems this year's berries have resiliency in their roots.
Today marks the first day your shopping receipt will look a little different in Richland County.
As summer approaches, so do more of those pesky mosquitoes, and now is the time mosquito control crews are being proactive about preventing major outbreaks.
The tragedy in West, Texas is all too familiar for South Carolina firefighters who were called to the small town to help plan the massive memorial service.
For the past year and a half, young children with special needs in the Midlands have had access to a program that may otherwise be difficult to find.
Tonight hundreds of high heels will hit the pavement in the vista, but don't expect to see ladies in those shoes.
A week from tonight a familiar face on News 10 Sunrise will be going from journalist to dancer.
As the excitement in Augusta builds for the first round of the 2013 Masters Tournament today, the effects of the weeklong event are being felt economically in the Capital City.
A team of students in the University of South Carolina's International Masters of Business Administration program have won more than 15,000 dollars towards starting their dream business.
A new program through a Columbia non-profit aims to unite local service members and veterans with man's best friend.
After seeing a significant drop in flu cases after the holidays, officials with the Department of Health and Environmental Control report there's been a slight comeback in the illness over the last six weeks.
Starting today several roads in and around Columbia will be closed as CSX crews work on railroad tracks.
While investigators are still working to determine what caused a January fire at a historic church in Newberry County, the church community is looking ahead to new life.
Columbia City Council voted 6 to 1 Tuesday night in favor of propose rate changes for city water and sewer customers.
The basketball frenzy known as March Madness is here, and a recent survey estimates nearly one third of American workers will spend up to three hours watching tournament coverage at work.
Over the past two days, patients and families of Palmetto Health Children's Hospital have been sharing their stories of hope for the annual B106.7 Radiothon.
The 12th annual B106.7 Radiothon for Palmetto Health Children's Hospital kicked off Sunday night, and WIS-TV is partnering with the radio station and the hospital again for the fundraiser.
The American Cancer Society is looking for 1,000 people from around the Midlands to enroll in its latest nationwide cancer study.
The South Carolina Department of Social Services will announce new standards for child care facilities statewide today in the effort to fight childhood obesity.
The American Red Cross, Mayor Steve Benjamin and the City of Columbia have teamed up for the third year in a row to ask members of the community to be lifesavers.
If you're waking up extra hungry this morning, IHOP restaurants in the Midlands and nationwide are serving up free short stacks of pancakes all day long.
Students headed out to the bus stop may be boarding one of the nearly 350 new buses in the state's fleet as the new additions continue to be delivered statewide.
With less than a week left until Christmas Day, time is running out to ship any letters and packages you'd like to arrive in time for the holiday.
From one family's heart toanother family's home, a local giving campaign is allowing some local parentsin need to provide for their children in a special way this Christmas.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Palmetto Health Richland has acquired some new accessories thanks to a 14 year-old Columbia girl.
Thanksgiving marked the official start of the holiday season, and that also meant the official start of holiday eating.
Authorities say while it's no secret that property crime rises during the holiday season, there are things you can do to help avoid becoming a victim of a home burglary.
As we get closer to the holidays, you may be considering your child's Christmas wish list. However, if a cell phone is on that list, health experts say you may want to check it twice.
When you step inside Lexington-Richland 5's new career and technical high school, you may feel like you're at a small technical college.
Little ghosts and goblins will be out on local roads and neighborhoods tonight, but here's a scary statistic: a recent study says twice as many children are killed in pedestrian accidents while walking on Halloween than on any other day of the year.
After Friday's announcement of an international security breach that exposed 3.6 million South Carolinians personal information, officials with the Department of Consumer Affairs want consumers to know additional ways to protect themselves.
It's that time again and WIS is back on the hunt for the coolest schools across the midlands. From innovative programs and stand-out students, to cutting-edge technology, "cool" can look a little different at every school!
While gas prices have dropped, the national average is still nearly thirty cents higher for a regular gallon of gasoline than this time last year. However, a little check-up and a few car care tips may save you at the pump and from an unexpected trip to the mechanic.
Inside the walls of the 'Lake Purray' cat condo at Pawmetto Lifeline in Columbia, you'll find a new interactive virtual cat playroom called iPet Companion. It's the first of its kind in the Southeast, and there are only twelve other shelters that have the system nationwide.
The twelve days of the South Carolina State Fair have arrived. Gates open at 3 p.m. this Wednesday, but News 10's Mary King got a sneak peak of some of the new things at the 143rd annual State Fair.
Local fire officials are using this week to share some new information and some reminders when it comes to preventing a fire in your home.
Tickets for the USC and Georgia game have been officially sold out since August 20th, but that doesn't mean there still aren't ways to get tickets to the game.
As childhood obesity statistics continue to rise, so does the desire to combat the problem. September marks National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and one Columbia elementary school will be moving and shaking long after the month is over.
Is your child's crib safe? Not just the one in your home, but the one at his or her daycare or at a hotel or resort when you're on vacation?
Startling accident statistics are just one of many reasons officials with the South Carolina Department of Public Safety are on a mission this week to get all children buckled up the right way.
An extra credit project five years ago in college recently became an opportunity to give someone a second shot at life for a Lexington woman.
A car was parked on the front lawn of Spring Valley High School Monday morning, and it had everything to do with sending a text message while driving.
The Midlands are now a buzz as most area colleges are back in full swing. However, that also means things may be a little quieter around some households.
The first day of school means the first time in a while that you'll see those big yellow buses around town. But do you know when you're supposed to stop for a school bus? South Carolina Highway Patrol troopers have a refresher course.
The message to motorists on local roads in the coming days is ‘slow down,' according to safety officials. Back to school means back to blinking lights in many areas, and officers with the Columbia Police Department say they plan to make motorists aware of the need to reduce their speed starting this week.
Per doctor's orders, back to school means back to sleep for many Midlands' students.
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