Recent Articles by WIS News 10

  SC Restaurant and Lodging Association begins relief fund for hospitality workers

ATF offers reward for information in connection with Columbia church fire

  DHEC announces 5 more deaths, 261 new cases related to COVID-19 in S.C.; cases reported in all 46 counties

Prisma Health adds in-house COVID-19 testing for patients

  UofSC extends remote learning for students through August 1

Publix to provide customers with contactless pay options

Deputies make quick arrest after overnight shooting in Elgin

Clemson announces new grading policy for spring semester due to COVID-19

  WIS TODAY: Primal Gourmet delivers healthy meals to hospital workers

  WIS TODAY: Merrell Johnson shares resources to help manage stress

  WIS Today: Financial expert Karen Jenkins shares strategies to deal with debt

S.C. unemployment insurance claims up more than 100% in one week

Lane closed on Sunset Boulevard at Old Cherokee Road due to collision

Sumter Police: Man wanted for robbing woman at gunpoint

Richland Two offers Wi-Fi zones for students to complete e-learning assignments

Curfew for City of Manning goes into effect Thursday

  Residents can now apply for benefits with SC Thrive without leaving home

SCDPPPS suspending all offender hearings due to COVID-19

Three Rivers Behavioral Health implements changes to services, programs due to COVID-19

  WIS Today: Columbia Chamber CEO Carl Blackstone interview on small businesses

AARP SC hosts free tele-town hall focusing on financial security during COVID-19 pandemic

  Richland Co. Council discusses stay-at-home ordinance

  S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson discusses Stay-at-Home ordinances on ‘WIS Today’

S.C. Dept. of Education releases guidelines on grading, virtual learning and graduation

Lugoff-Elgin student drowns in Lake Wateree, coroner says

  PBS NewsHour’s Lisa Desjardins discusses stimulus bill on ‘WIS Today’

  S.C. Teacher of the Year stops by ‘WIS Today’ on ‘Thank a Teacher Tuesday’

State representatives request judicial order to protect citizens in hotels, temporary housing from evictions

S.C. Attorney General’s Office warns of COVID-19 investment scams

$2 trillion federal relief bill offers help for state agriculture