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If police cruisers came with crystal balls, prevention could flip to prediction.
As SLED agents continue working to track down the person or people who may know what happened to 90-year-old Margaret Parker, her children banded together and put up a $5,000 reward.
David Christmas lost his mother six months ago. He had spent years caring for her at his home before making a decision he says he regrets now.
Would you believe it if we told you some of the buses your children may be riding to school in have been around since Ronald Reagan was president?
The property at the center of the South Carolina State University federal corruption case is for sale. The FBI caught the university's police chief and board chairman on wire taps, negotiating the purchase of the 80-acre property known as Sportsman's Retreat.
We're getting our first look at a letter Chief Randy Scott wrote to city officials to ask for his indefinite leave of absence.
One Sumter parent filed a lawsuit against a middle school after he said his son was bullied by school administration and given in-school suspension, while also placing the plaintiff on trespass notice.
The governor's deputy chief of staff was on the hot seat Thursday, while he stood his ground against S.C. House representatives who questioned the governor's actions in the Department of Revenue breach.
One month after being hacked, South Carolina's first victims come forward.
A secret audio recording of Lexington town councilman Danny Frazier gives a detailed look inside an underground video poker operation working inside Lexington County. A WIS investigation uncovers Frazier's political connections and whether those connections are allowing him to continue doing business. Click here to listen to Danny Frazier in his own words
Tens of thousands of drivers stream in and out of Columbia every day. If you're one of them, it's likely you've taken your chances through one of the city's 10 most dangerous intersections.
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