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Mistrial in case for two people charged with ill treatment of animals

A hung jury led to a mistrial in a case where two people were arrested and 26 dogs were seized following an investigation in Lancaster County. Steppes Stagvelt Starwolf, 63, and Stevie Jenna Starwolf, 53, were arrested and charged with ill treatment of animals, which carries a sentence of 180 days to five years in […]

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Search underway for missing man on Lake Wylie

An active search is underway for a missing 73 year old man in Lake Wylie. Investigators say they responded to Copperhead Island on Soldier Road Wednesday evening The man is a long time resident of the lake and was last seen at the coat launch of Copperhead Island. His empty boat was found nearby, according […]

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York County Deputies Seek Shooting Suspect

York County Sheriff’s deputies are on the scene of an early morning shooting in a subdivision near Lake Wylie. The shooting happened before 8 a.m. on Eskridge Terrace in the Mill Creek Falls Subdivision, according to a statement from Trent Faris, spokesman for the York County Sheriff’s Office. The suspect is Melvin Eugene Cagle, a […]

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Chester man sentenced to 30 years for shooting of a Lancaster woman

A man from Chester County has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for the shooting death of someone in 2019. Brandon Ryan Roberts 34 shot Latwanyept Lashay Stover of Lancaster in the fall of 2019. The two were riding in Stover’s car on US 21 near the Catawba River, that’s according to 6th Circuit […]

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Board of Education approves virtual learning plans for York County, Lancaster School Districts

The state board of education approved virtual learning plans for 33 school districts for the 2021-22 school year. Included in those are the Lancaster County School District and all four York County Districts. So Parents wanting to remain virtual for the upcoming year will have that opportunity with E-learning plans. The State board will decide […]

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Travis Price files lawsuit against City and Congressman Norman

Travis Price has filed a lawsuit against the city of Rock Hill and congressman Ralph Norman. Price, who was involved in a controversial June 23rd arrest of he and his brother, later had his charge dropped due to prosecutors saying he did nothing wrong, and the police officer involved was fired and charged with 3rd […]

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COVID-19 Daily Cases Top 350; 7.5% positive

For the 4th consecutive day, SCDHEC is reporting above 350 new cases of COVID-19, statewide.  This continues a slow growth of positive cases that had dropped to below 50 per day as recently as 3 weeks ago.  The new “Delta” strain and unvaccinated individuals, according to DHEC, are largely the reason for the increase.  Saturday’s […]

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