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West Columbia Police are asking for help identifying a man who held up a bank Friday morning.Police say the First Community Bank on Meeting Street was robbed just after it opened at 9 a.m. Friday. TheMore >>
West Columbia Police are asking for help identifying a man who robbed a bank Friday morning.More >>
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An Alexander County woman is facing charges after deputies say she molested a four-year-old at a church while services were happening. According to the Alexander County Sheriff's Office, 52-year-old CarolMore >>
According to the Alexander County Sheriff's Office, 52-year-old Carol Diane Britto, of Taylorsville, was charged with one count of first degree statutory sex offense and one count of indecent liberties with a child.More >>
Friday, August 29 2014 12:54 PM EDT2014-08-29 16:54:20 GMT
One person died late Thursday night after he fell into the waters of Lake Murray in Saluda County, according to the state Department of Natural Resources. DNR and Saluda County investigators say the troubleMore >>
The Saluda County Coroner's Office has identified a Charlotte man as the victim in a late Thursday night drowning in Prosperity.More >>
For some, it may be hard to believe that nine years have passed since Hurricane Katrina made landfall and left major devastation in Louisiana and Mississippi. Most people will never forget where theyMore >>
Friday marks nine years since Hurricane Katrina made landfall, causing major devastation in Louisiana and Mississippi.More >>
HIGH POINT, N.C. (AP) - The High .based home furnishings company that markets Paula Deen's furniture line is sticking with the embattled chef.
The High Point Enterprise reported (http://bit.ly/1c5x4fY ) that Universal Furniture International will continue to market the Paula Deen Home Collection.
Deen has been under fire since the revelation earlier this year of a legal deposition in which Deen admitted under oath to having used the N-word.
Many companies have dropped Deen since the deposition became public.
Jeff Scheffer with Universal Furniture says he feels bad for Deen. He says the Paula Deen he knows is not the one who has been portrayed in the media recently.
Scheffer wrote retailers saying his company accepts Deen's apologizes for her previous comments.
He says part of the decision is based on retail customer feedback.