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Two Dead, One Wounded in Overnight Rock Hill Shooting

A Rock Hill Shooting last night has left two men dead and one others injured. Rock Hill Police Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Blake St. in the City for a reported shooting incident. Upon arrival officers along with EMS and Fire found two victims on Blake Street. One of the victims, was […]

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Lancaster Woman Runs to Neighbor’s to Call 911 After Home Invasion

Lancaster sheriff’s deputies responded to the scene of a home invasion Wednesday morning on Greebrier Road. A woman who was home at the time ran to a neighbor’s house to call 911, deputies said.  Deputies and a K-9 unit are searching for the intruder in the area. Officials have not said whether the assailant is […]

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Portion of Eden Terrace Road to Close for Months

According to the South Carolina Department of Transportation part of Eden Terrace will be closing for months. A portion of Eden Terrace will be closed from January 23rd to April 7th from Celriver Road to WIlkerson Road for the widening of Celriver Road.

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Clover High School Group Visiting Nation’s Capitol

It’s a busy week for some students from Clover High School as they are in Washington D.C. this week to not only take in the sights but will be witnesses to history this Friday at noon as Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America. According […]

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Jan. 23rd Winthrop Men’s Basketball Game Against Pfeiffer Has Been Cancelled

ROCK HILL, SC—A mutual agreement has been reached between Winthrop and Pfeiffer to cancel the men’s basketball game which was scheduled for Monday, Jan. 23, in the Winthrop Coliseum. Winthrop Athletic Director Ken Halpin said the game was originally to take place prior to Big South Conference play but was moved to accommodate Preseason NIT […]

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SC Supreme Court indicates it’s ready to rule on who’ll be next Lt. Gov.

The state Supreme Court says it will soon issue a ruling on who could become South Carolina’s next lieutenant governor. The court canceled arguments scheduled for Tuesday saying all sides appear to be in agreement on the merits. State Sen. Tom Davis had asked the court whether Henry McMaster would be able to pick his […]

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Gov. Haley’s confirmation hearing for Ambassador to the UN starts today

Gov. Nikki Haley’s Senate confirmation hearing for U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations is slated to get underway today at 10am. The hearing comes a week after the committee’s contentious questioning of Rex Tillerson, Trump’s nominee for secretary of state. Various media reports say that she has made efforts to head off any opposition. After […]

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