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AUDIO: Rock Hill State Rep. Resigns Seat to Run for Congress

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Fort Mill Student Charged With Disturbing Schools

A 16-year-old student at Fort Mill High School student was charged Thursday after police said he posted a cryptic message on Instagram that many saw as a threat.  Authorities said the male student was seeking attention, when he sent a message talking about beginning a legacy and telling Fort Mill to “get ready tomorrow.” Fort […]

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Lancaster Woman Fights Off Intruder, Escapes Through Bathroom Window

A woman was able to escape her Lancaster County home last month after a man waiting for her to get out of the shower attacked her, the Lancaster County sheriff said in news release.  21 year old Tomtarius Caldwell, of Rock Hill, was arrested Tuesday by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office. The woman was at […]

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AUDIO: National Director of Faith and Engagement Running for Open Congress Seat

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Boeing Workers Vote Against Unionization

Production workers at Boeing’s South Carolina plant have rejected an effort to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers with a 2097 to 731 vote. National Labor Relations Board rules require workers wait a year before another union vote. Wednesday’s balloting came just two days before President Donald Trump was slated to make […]

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AUDIO: Mulvaney Confirmed!

South Carolina Congressman Mick Mulvaney’s long and winding confirmation process cleared it’s final hurdle. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/170216StoneMulvaney.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Former Carolina Football Player Nominated to Be York County Magistrate Judge

Former Carolina Panthers football player Michael Scurlock of Fort Mill has been nominated to be a York County magistrate judge. The 44 year old played five seasons in the NFL, ending his career in Charlotte with the Panthers in 2000. After retiring from football, Scurlock was a York County Sheriff’s Office deputy, handling public information […]

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