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Monday Night I-77 Accident Results in Fatality

A multiple-vehicle crash resulted in one death and caused part of I-77 to be closed on Monday night. The Columbia Fire Department reported a crash occurred on the northbound side of I-77 near mile marker 28. The crash, involving three vehicles, happened at about 9:15 p.m. and resulted in serious injuries. One person died in […]

Obamacare Rally Held Sunday In Rock Hill

More than 40 people, signs in hand, marched through downtown Rock Hill in support of the Affordable Healthcare Act on Sunday.  The rally was part of a national Day of Action through the Our First Stand movement led by Sen. Bernie Sanders, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, according to […]

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AUDIO: York County Hosts Multiple MLK Events

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Two In A Row: Johnson Earns Second Straight Big South Player Of The Week Honor

ROCK HILL, SC—For a second straight week, Winthrop’s Keon Johnson has been tabbed the Big South Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week. Johnson helped the Eagles to a home win over Presbyterian College and road win at Campbell as the team extended their winning streak to four games. Johnson averaged 21.5 points per game […]

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Sen. Tim Scott Says “Easier to Repeal than Replace” Obamacare

Republicans in Congress have taken the first step towards scrapping President Obama’s signature Affordable Care Act… passing budget language last week that sets up a likely debate on how to replace the law next year. But there’s still lots of disagreement on the Republican side about how to replace the law… particularly for those with […]

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Mulvaney Confirmation Could Be This Week

Confirmation hearings for Congressman Mick Mulvaney to be the next head of the Office of Management and Budget may be getting underway this week in Washington. The 49 year old South Carolina Congressman would oversee federal regulations and a budget quickly approaching 4 trillion dollars. Trump called Mulvaney a very high energy leader who would […]

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Mandatory seat belts for school buses in SC proposed

School buses and bus safety will be a priority for some state and local officials in the legislative session that began Tuesday. Three bills mandating seat belts in full-size school buses have been prefiled as well as one bill to update the school bus fleet, which is one of state Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman’s […]

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