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Closeup 6/18/15: Tracy Foster

Tracy Foster, president of The Lash Group. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/CU-2015-06-18.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Straight Talk: 6/18/15 Mike Baker

Financial planner Mike Baker explains the ins-and-outs of Social Security.

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York County congregations offer prayers, support for Charlestonians

As the nation mourns the loss of nine people gunned down inside a Charleston church Wednesday night, local church leaders in York County are shepherding their congregations through the tragedy. At an impromptu prayer vigil Thursday afternoon, Rev. Ronal King of Feed the Hungry condemned the actions of the suspected killer, 21-year-old Dylann Roof of […]

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VIDEO: Sheriff’s Deputy spots black bear at Porter Road & I-77

A York County Sheriff’s Deputy spotted this black bear on an I-77 offramp at Porter Road. Video courtesy York County Sheriff’s Office.

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Fountain park sunbather prompts Rock Hill to revisit fountain rules

A photo taken earlier this week at Rock Hill’s new Fountain Park has quickly made its rounds across social media and the Internet. The photo, which City of Rock Hill spokeswoman Katie Quinn confirmed is legitimate, shows an unidentified woman in a bathing suit, dangling her feet in the fountain with a camp-like lawnchair sitting […]

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Straight Talk: 6/17/15 Emilee Syrewicze

Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation executive director Emilee Syrewicze outlines the non-profits latest plans to deal with threats to the Catawba-Wateree river system including Duke Energy’s cleanup of coal ash following a 2014 spill.

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Broken natural gas line prompted closure of East White Street

Rock Hill fire crews have closed a¬†section of East White Street, between North Confederate Avenue and Elizabeth Lane due to a broken natural gas line Thursday morning. A man mowing his lawn apparently cut the gas line, Rock Hill Fire Department spokesman Captain Rusty Meyers said. There do not appear to be any evacuations in […]

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