South Carolina News

The place for all the latest that's going on in South Carolina from the best bloggers and websites.

spinner

Minneapolis mayor calls for charges against white officer in death of George FloydThe mayor of Minneapolis called on prosecutors Wednesday to file criminal charges against a white police officer seen in a viral video pressing his knee into the neck of an African American man who is repeatedly heard in the footage saying "I can't breathe" before he died.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Fauci: we could have a vaccine by the end of the yearDr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN on Wednesday morning that he thinks "we have a good chance — if all the things fall in the right place — that we might have a vaccine that would be deployable by the end of the year." The World Health Organization...

ABC Columbia Shared .

Test ArticleTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Hundreds of child care centers across South Carolina starting to reopenDSS says as many as 1,300 child care centers closed in South Carolina closed their doors as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Today's ForecastLook for late-day pop up showers through Saturday. Then bright sunshine returns on Sunday and lasts into next week.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Richland Library invites you to join a virtual dance partyColumbia, SC - The Richland Library is giving you a chance to boogie your blues away during Evening Arts: Martha Brim's Dance Party.

ABC Columbia Shared .

RCSD arrest man accused in deadly Weiss Drive shootingImage:Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center Richland Co. SC — - The Richland County Sheriff's Department is investigating a shooting that has left one man dead, and another behind bars.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Decision 2020: Robertson, Hardee go head-to-head in the South Carolina House District 105 raceSteve Robertson, a recently retired newspaper owner, is challenging four term incumbent Kevin Hardee for the South Carolina House of Representatives District 105 seat.

Zach Wilcox Shared .

2020 HighSchoolOT Honors presented by Pella Windows and DoorsHighSchoolOT crowns winners in 41 different awards as we recognize the top players, teams, and stories from the 2019-2020 school year at HighSchoolOT Honors presented by Pella Windows and Doors.

WRAL.com Shared .

NWS confirms tornado touches down in northern part of Warren CountyTropical Storm Bertha made landfall east of Charleston, South Carolina, at 9:30 a.m. and will bring rain to North Carolina Wednesday and Thursday.

WRAL.com Shared .

Nearly 300 tested for COVID-19, public testing continues tomorrowMore than 200 people got tested for COVID-19 today at a drive-thru event in Lee County.

WRAL.com Shared .

'Bummed out': SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weatherThe launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit was called off with less than 17 minutes to go in the countdown Wednesday because of thunderclouds and the risk of lightning.

WRAL.com Shared .

5 On Your Side: Landlord, tenant rights with COVID-19The economic fallout of COVID-19 is staggering. Bills are piling up. Finances are tight. If you've lost your job due to COVID-19, can your landlord still hold you responsible for rent?

WRAL.com Shared .

Survey finds many just are not ready to return to large events in personMany of us aren't yet ready to attend a large event. Others say it's time.

WRAL.com Shared .

Johnston County Public Schools names new superintendent, will start July 1Kenly, N.C. - Dr. Eric Bracy has been named the next superintendent of Johnston County Public Schools, the Johnston County Board of Education announced Wednesday.

WRAL.com Shared .

DHEC director resignsCourtesy:SCDHEC Columbia, S.C. - The man at the helm of the state health agency is resigning in the middle of a pandemic.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Celebrate the Class of 2020 in photos!We are saluting our Seniors! We want to send a big congratulations to the Class of 2020!

ABC Columbia Shared .

Red Cross volunteers sewing face masks to help veterans and their familiesColumbia, S.C. - Red Cross volunteers across the state are working to sew face masks for veterans and their families, to protect them from COVID-19.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Before You Go: Bertha brings big rain; Burger King's social distancing crowns; The science behind not returning your shopping cartThe South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced 207 new cases of the coronavirus Wednesday bringing the statewide total to 10,623.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Broadband expansion in Midlands county part of statewide connectivity pushTri-County Electric Cooperative plans to roll out broadband services in rural parts of Richland County, showcasing the disparities that exist even in areas of South Carolina considered urban.

Post And Courier Shared .

SC DHEC chief resigning for health, family reasons as coronavirus cases riseRick Toomey, who has led South Carolina's public health agency during the COVID-19 pandemic, resigned Wednesday, citing a need to stay healthy and desire to spend time with his first.

Post And Courier Shared .

UofSC announces face covering policy ahead of students' return to campusColumbia, S.C. - Starting June 1st, anyone on the University of South Carolina's campus will be required to wear a mask whenever social distancing is difficult or risk of infection is high.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Time FliesQuarantine started the week of St Patrick's Day for us here in South Carolina. I greeted the stay at home order with a list of projects.

From Mountain Air To Southern Charm Shared .

Cyclist dead after being hit while crossing North Bridge in early-morning incidentThe Charleston Police Department is investigating a fatal collision between a cyclist and automobile on the Cosgrove Bridge this morning.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

NWSL returning to play with summertime tournament in UtahPro soccer returns to the U.S. next month when the National Women's Soccer League starts a 25-game tournament in a pair of stadiums in Utah that will be kept clear of fans to protect players from the coronavirus.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Players call MLB economic proposal 'extremely disappointing'A rookie at the major league minimum would keep about 47% of his original salary this year while multimillionaire stars Mike Trout and Gerrit Cole would lose more than 77% under a sliding-scale proposal by big league teams that players found "extremely disappointing."

ABC Columbia Shared .

Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coast, dissipates in a dayTropical Storm Bertha surprised the South Carolina coast, forming and making landfall within two hours, bringing a poor beach day of rain and gusty winds, but no major problems.

ABC News Shared .

South Carolina man accused of trying to entice Kentucky 13-year-oldA 39-year-old South Carolina man with a prior record of sex-related offenses is arrested for trying to entice a 13-year-old Kentucky girl for sexual purposes.

ABC 36 News Shared .

SC Lottery to offer drive through claims drop-offColumbia, S.C. - Starting Monday June 1st, the SC Education Lottery will offer a drive-through option for people to drop off claims and have their winnings mailed to them.

ABC Columbia Shared .

No kitten, Pounce Cat Cafe can't keep up with demandUsually when you stroll down Meeting Street and pass Pounce Cat Cafe, usually there will be some fuzzy faces staring back at you.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

South Carolina launches third unemployment benefits programThe SC Department of Employment and Workforce launches the next benefits program for those who have exhausted their unemployment benefits.

MSN Shared .

SC sets daily coronavirus death record of 20 as number of cases grows by 207South Carolina reached a new daily record number of coronavirus deaths on Wednesday.

Post And Courier Shared .

South Carolina's Heather Elvis Went Missing In 2013. Was She Ever Found?Heather Elvis, a 20-year-old waitress and student from South Carolina, went missing December 18, 2013, after she called her roommate after one in the morning and was never heard from again, according to People magazine.

Heavy.com Shared .

SC officials expect healthy shrimp season for commercial trawlers in local watersAs of 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 27, the commercial shrimp trawling season is open in all legal South Carolina waters, according to a press release from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Scdnr K9 Officer Passes AwayColumbia, S.C. - The SC Department of Natural Resources has lost one of its own.

ABC Columbia Shared .

DHEC: 20 additional deaths, 207 new cases of Coronavirus in SCThe South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on Wednesday, announced 207 new cases of coronavirus and 20 additional deaths.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Large alligators filmed wrestling each other in the middle of South Carolina golf courseThat's what we call a hazard.

Fox News Shared .

City Picks: What we're streaming, seeing and doing this weekHappy hump day Charleston. Here's what we're up to online :Spoleto at HomeSpoleto Festival USA 2020's virtual programs, offered through June 7, will feature some of the festival's most popular offerings including chamber music concerts at Dock Street Theatre; partnering with South Carolina ETV, Spoleto presents weekday radio broadcasts of 11...

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Lexington Medical Center and DHEC to host Free COVID-19 testing June 2A midlands hospital is giving residents the chance to get tested for Coronavirus, for free.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Outdoor seating could allow bars to reopen, restaurants to expand under bills moving through SenateRaleigh, N.C. - North Carolina bars - their doors still shuttered by executive order - could serve patrons outdoors during the pandemic in legislation heading to the Senate floor.

WRAL.com Shared .

Hearing set for suspects in Ahmaud Arbery killingTravis McMichael and his father, Gregory McMichael, right, in a photos released on May 7, 2020, after their arrest in Georgia.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Orangeburg County hit hard by South Carolina's skyrocketing jobless rateSouth Carolina is grappling with record unemployment, and Orangeburg County has been hit hard.

Chris Joseph Shared .

Survey: SC schools should open for face-to-face learning, with safety as a top priorityReturning to school for face-to-face learning is imperative for South Carolina's K-12 students and must be done safely, according to a survey of school board members released Wednesday.

Post And Courier Shared .

The Day The Libraries ClosedI have spent a good portion of my life in my local library, but since March 17th every library in Greenville County, South Carolina has been closed due to COVID-19.

Forever Me, Naturally Shared .

Sister of Minneapolis man who died in police custody lives in NC, speaks outThe video showing 46-year-old George Floyd saying he can't breathe while an officer seems to be pressing on his neck went viral.

WRAL.com Shared .

Kershaw County School District to hold in-person graduation ceremonies May 29thThe Kershaw County School District will hold in-person graduation ceremonies for its three high schools this week.

ABC Columbia Shared .

SC School Board meets to discuss future of SC Schools and classroomsThe South Carolina School Boards Association held a meeting Wednesday to discuss results of a survey of local school board members across the state.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Fallon apologizes for using blackface in 20-year-old skitNBC 'Tonight' show host Jimmy Fallon apologized via Twitter for using blackface to impersonate comic Chris Rock in a 20-year-old 'Saturday Night Live' skit.

ABC Columbia Shared .

National update: Are there signs of progress in the war on COVID-19?As states continue to open up, the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 is closing in on 100,000.

ABC Columbia Shared .

The Charleston Museum has reopened with two new exhibitsThis week the Charleston Museum announced that it is reopening to the public following its temporary closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Today's midday weather forecastCategories: Todays Forecast, Weather Tags: SCwx.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Head of NC unemployment office replaced in surprise announcementWRAL News is seeking more information on what precipitated the move. All the governor's press office had to say on the matter Wednesday was that "the governor has directed the Department of Commerce to take actions necessary to address this unprecedented crisis and get more unemployment benefits faster to people who need help now."

WRAL.com Shared .

Citadel alumni Lee Davis breaks record with 16 Murph workouts in 24 hoursThis Memorial Day local Citadel alumni and Rhapsody CrossFit athlete Lee Davis set a new record for consecutive "Murph" workouts completed within 24 hours.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Former Gamecock basketball player scores again with PROOF alcohol ice creamJenn Randall-Collins, who played for the South Carolina women's basketball team from 1991-95, is scoring big with her PROOF alcohol ice cream.

Post And Courier Shared .

Former Gamecock offers perspective on possibility of MLB's return"Tyler Webb, who is with the Cardinals, Zack Godley, who has been with the Diamondbacks the last four or five years, and he's now with the Tigers with me, Brandon White, who's a minor leaguer with the Braves, and Corey Stone, a minor leaguer with the Rangers; we've got a good group of about eight or 10 guys that are up there every morning."

ABC Columbia Shared .

Deputies: South Carolina girl missing since Memorial DaySummer Chere' Stewart has been missing since Memorial Day.

FOX 5 Atlanta Shared .

Pink Cactus hosting Mansueta's for Filipino pop-upMansueta's chef and owner Nikko Cagalanan is bringing his Filipino cuisine to Pink Cactus for a one night takeover on Monday June 1.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Near 13-foot white shark pinged off South Carolina coast Wednesday morningNot too far from the South Carolina coast, a near 13-foot white shark pinged around the Myrtle Beach area on Wednesday morning.

WCIV Shared .

Looking for free COVID-19 testing? Prisma Health hosts community testing sitesIf you are looking for free coronavirus testing, you can check out one of Prisma Health's COVID-19 community testing sites this week.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Rep. Clyburn on The View says Biden's 'ain't black' comment made him 'cringe'South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn weighed in on presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden suggesting that African American voters who support Trump "ain't black," saying he "cringed" when he heard the comments.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Tropical storm formsThe area of disturbed weather the National Hurricane Center was tracking during the past day or so quickly became better organized this morning, just offshore of the South Carolina coast and made landfall east of Charleston, S.C., with 50 mph winds.

Holt Enterprise News Shared .

Absentee witness requirement thrown out for June primary, there's still time to request your mail-in ballotA federal judge's order Monday made it easier for South Carolina residents to cast their votes in the June primary, throwing out the requirement that a witness sign mail-in absentee ballots.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

The Agenda: Surprise tropical storm Wednesday morning; SC hasn't applied for program to help hungry kidsTropical storm Bertha developed overnight and looks like it will make landfall a little northeast of Charleston.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

ALDI possibly coming to Johnston County :: WRAL.comCould an ALDI finally be coming to Johnston County? A recent land purchase by the company may mean it's in the works.

WRAL.com Shared .

Bertha forms just south of Charleston, South CarolinaWe may see more rain in the next few days than we've had in the last three weeks.

WJXT Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha Forms Off the South Carolina CoastTropical Storm Bertha has formed off the coast of South Carolina, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year's Atlantic hurricane...

NBC Connecticut Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha forms off the coast of South CarolinaTropical Storm Bertha formed Wednesday morning off the coast of South Carolina, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year's Atlantic hurricane season.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Sister of black man who died after police filmed kneeling on his neck speaks outBridgett Floyd thought she was dreaming when she received a phone call Monday night and was told that her brother, George Floyd, had died shortly after being apprehended by Minneapolis police.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Sign Up for Eater Carolina's NewsletterEater.com's daily roundup of the latest food and restaurant intel on a national and global scale - And newsletters from all the rest of of our 23 local city sites.

Eater Charleston Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha has formed off the South Carolina coast and is expected to bring heavy rainfallA fugitive University of Connecticut student wanted in 2 slayings has been captured after a multi-state search.

WKOW Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha forms off the South Carolina coastThe area of low pressure that has been tracked for a few days along the Florida Peninsula was classified Invest 91-L on Tuesday and has since been upgraded to Tropical Storm Bertha.

Cutter Martin Shared .

Coronavirus in NC: Live updates for May 27, 2020Here are the latest updates on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in North Carolina and across the globe.

WRAL.com Shared .

NHC says 70% chance of cyclone near South Carolina coastReuters) - An area of disturbed weather located off the South Carolina coast has a 70% chance of becoming a cyclone in the next 48 hours, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday.

Reuters Shared .

ABC Columbia News UpdateTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha lashes South Carolina in sunrise surprise that could affect NASA SpaceX launchThe 45th Weather Squadron tracking storm as two US astronauts prepare to hitch a ride on Elon Musk's Dragon Crew rocket to the International Space Station.

The Independent Shared .

Midlands Mugshots May 26thCategories: mugshots.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Tyler Ryan's Wednesday morning forecastTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Suspended superintendent at Holyoke Soldiers' Home did not keep officials in the dark, attorney saysThe superintendent of the Soldiers' Home in Holyoke, Massachusetts, a state-run facility where more than 90 veteran residents have died in the coronavirus pandemic, did not keep anyone "in the dark" about the growing crisis inside, according to his attorney.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Captain D's Continues Growth With Opening of 28th South Carolina Restaurant in LancasterMay 27, 2020 // Franchising.com // NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Captain D's, the nation's leading fast casual seafood restaurant, announced today the opening of its newest franchised restaurant in Lancaster, South Carolina.

Franchising.com Shared .

Richland County Coroner identifies driver in fatal Leesburg Road collisionThe Richland County Coroner's Office has identified the victim of a two vehicle fatal collision in Columbia on Sunday, May 24th, 2020.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coastTropical Storm Bertha surprised the South Carolina coast Wednesday, forming and making landfall within two hours, bringing a poor beach day of rain and gusty winds, but no major problems.

Star Tribune Shared .

'A sunrise surprise': Tropical Storm Bertha quickly forms, hits South Carolina coastForecasters expected the bad weather, but didn't predict it to organize so quickly and become the second named storm before the official start of this year's Atlantic hurricane season.

The Globe And Mail Shared .

What time is the SpaceX astronaut launch? How to watchOn Wednesday, NASA is preparing to send two of its astronauts to orbit aboard a spacecraft built by SpaceX, the rocket company founded by Elon Musk.

WRAL.com Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha hits South Carolina coastTropical Storm Bertha surprised the South Carolina coast Wednesday, forming and making landfall within two hours, bringing a poor beach day of rain and gusty winds, but no major problems.

Fox Business Shared .

Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Other States Part of Early Wave of Reopenings See Uptick in Coronavirus CasesAs all 50 states take steps to reopen, public health experts have urged the country to continue following social distancing guidelines.

Newsweek Shared .

South Carolina's State of Emergency is set to expire again todayThe State of Emergency for South Carolina is set to expire today amid the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. and around the world.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coastThe center said tropical storm conditions are forecast to continue near the coast over the next few hours.

MSN Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall in South CarolinaA tropical storm with wind speeds up to 50 mph made landfall in South Carolina on Wednesday, causing heavy rainfall across the state.

TheHill Shared .

The baseball team that deliberately locked their fans out of a gameThe Charleston RiverDogs' stunt in 2002 continued a family tradition of baseball innovation, but empty ballparks will not be a novelty much longer.

The Guardian Shared .

Editorial: Don't be fooled. If GOP abandons Charlotte, it will be on President TrumpWednesday, May 27, 2020 - Whether or not Republicans abandon Charlotte and the immense amount of hard work and expense that has already gone into the planning and staging of the Republican National Convention set to start Aug.

WRAL.com Shared .

Tropical Storm Bertha Strikes, Floods South Carolina CoastResidents awoke Wednesday to an intersection that had become a water-filled canal. Cars parked on the curb had water up to their doors.

Time Shared .

Three arrested for impersonating officers to enter home on Fairview RoadLexington County deputies have arrested and charged three people for impersonating officers and entering a home last month.

ABC Columbia Shared .

The insanity of keeping frose flowing in a pandemicBut with beach checkpoints, stay-home mandates and online ordering now commonplace, The Co-Op's Instagram feed became an even-more neurotic, chaotic and hilarious stream of consciousness documenting the quirky small business' adaptation in a time of crisis.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Herd Provisions gets a pandemic boost as a farmer and a retailerIn a pristine space tucked off Grove Street, Herd Provisions' unique approach to farming and butchering its own pork and beef not only sets it apart from its peer restaurants in Charleston, it may have helped it weather the pandemic as suppliers and farmers felt the pinch.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Some South Carolina leaders are taking another look at medical stockpilesSouth Carolina no longer stores medical equipment like masks and gowns, but some in Columbia want to revive a stockpile following the struggle to obtain vital supplies in the pandemic.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

A new online exhibition from the Meyer Vogl Gallery focuses on artists during lockdownBut Shelter, a new online group exhibition from the Meyer Vogl Gallery, is full of new paintings, collages and more by nine different artists: Laurie Meyer, Marissa Vogl, Susan Altman, Bill Davidson, Nancy Hoerter, Kathleen Jones, Melanie Parke, Anne Darby Parker and Carrie Beth Waghorn.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Outer Banks actor Deion Smith talks acting, studying and getting into characterCharleston native Deion Smith, better known to most quarantined Netflix bingers as Kelce in the Outer Banks, has been weathering current circumstances as best he can, trying to find inner peace in the midst of it all.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Our View: We would be wise to address climate change in pandemic responseThere's a lot of talk about rebuilding a stronger South Carolina. But the governor's task force and legislative panels looking at policy changes are missing an even bigger crisis already underway: catastrophic climate change.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Blotter: Drinking man's doctorBlotter o' the week: A downtown man who had been caught with an open can of beer tucked away in a paper bag told an officer that he had just been released from the hospital and his doctor recommended he drink a beer immediately.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Stegelin: Masked banditHow a Charleston pizza shop delivered 12 pies to the crew stuck on board a cargo ship in the harbor2 comments.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Soundchecks: Green Thieves DuoThe Green Thieves Duo features long-time musical allies Matt Pertuset and TJ Dildy playing together in a more stripped-down format, compared to when the rest of the band is on-hand.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

White dog owner fired after calling 911 on black man in leash-law disputeA cellphone video has gone viral and is sparking widespread outrage after capturing a white dog owner calling 911 and claiming an African American birdwatcher who told her to keep her pet leashed was "threatening myself and my dog" in New York City's Central Park.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Many parents returning to work with limited child care optionsIt's a growing conundrum inside homes across this country: some parents are now preparing to physically go back to work but plans are still up in the air about camp and school.

ABC Columbia Shared .

One person injured in Richland County shootingFILE Richland Co., SC — Richland County deputies are investigating a shooting. As of Tuesday night details were extremely limited but investigators say one person was hurt in a shooting in the 1600 block of Longcreek Drive around 9:20 Tuesday evening.

ABC Columbia Shared .

At least 17 states showing a spike in COVID-19 cases as most continue reopeningAlmost three months since the first death was reported, America nears 100,000 deaths. Watch the video above for the full report.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Former Dulaney star Ike Cornish has grown on and off the court in South Carolina. Just ask his family.With the two back home in Cockeysville because of the coronavirus pandemic - Ike returning from his junior year at Legacy Early College in South Carolina and Josh back from his sophomore year at Bowie State - they are training hard together and always closing sessions with those one-on-one challenges.

MSN Shared .

More signs of America reopening as country nears grim milestoneABC News) — President Trump continues his push for states to reopen, and Tuesday afternoon there were more signs of American returning to a ‘new normal'.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Director, Bahakel Digital MediaJob Description Bahakel Communications, a media company in Charlotte, North Carolina, is searching for a high-performing strategic leader to serve as Director, Bahakel Digital Media.

ABC Columbia Shared .

South Carolina surpasses goal with more than 110,000 coronavirus testsThe Department of Health and Environmental Control today announced that 110,316 tests for COVID-19 have been performed in South Carolina since May 1.

MSN Shared .

Orangeburg Co. warns of jury duty scamOrangeburg, SC — The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office is warning people about a jury scam officials say is trying to dupe you out of money.

ABC Columbia Shared .

THE TROPICS: Low pressure from the tropics will bring heavy rain, potential flooding WednesdayWe're keeping a close eye on an area of low pressure that will bring a good deal of rain to the Palmetto State, including parts of the Midlands on Wednesday.

Dominic Brown Shared .

Isle of Palms cancels July 4 fireworks out of coronavirus concerns, gives money to staffAs businesses throughout South Carolina state begin to reopen with the governor's permission, Isle of Palms cancelled its annual Fourth of July fireworks event.

Post And Courier Shared .

Charleston and Savannah: Two Southeast must-seesSpanish moss, live oaks, plantations and marshes, pirate stories, slave rebellions, ghosts and great food.

Schlepping Life Shared .

Editorial: The hunger curve isn't falling as the pandemic drags onSouth Carolina is gradually returning to normal as businesses reopen, traffic increases and more of us venture out.

Post And Courier Shared .

Richland County to combine nearly 70 polling locations ahead of June 9 primaryRichland County's Interim Director of Elections Terry Graham says nearly 70 polling places could be combined due to staffing issues.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Editorial: SC witness requirement does nothing to prevent vote fraud. Repeal itThe Legislature removed South Carolina's biggest impediment to voting amid the pandemic when it passed a law this month to let all registered voters cast absentee ballots in the June.

Post And Courier Shared .

HBCUs in South Carolina could face potential financial crisis amid COVID-19 pandemicCollege institutions nationwide could face financial hurdles if campus doors remain closed due to COVID-19 concerns.

Joe Gorchow Shared .

Congratulations Class of 2020It's time to salute our Seniors and Celebrate! We want to send a big congratulations to all the Seniors out there!

ABC Columbia Shared .

Shrimp season opens in SC as restaurant demand is skewed by coronavirusSouth Carolina's nearshore waters opened to shrimp trawling on Wednesday morning, starting the season for one of the state's most popular products under a cloud of uncertainty from the coronavirus.

Post And Courier Shared .

Gas Prices on the rise as Coronavirus restrictions liftNow that the Memorial Day weekend is over, we could see a change at the pump.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Before You Go: Biden comments made Clyburn "cringe"; Meatpacking industry facing worker shortages; Therapists working remotelyThe latest news and updates on COVID-19.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

NHL adopts 24-team playoff format if it can resume seasonThe NHL announced Tuesday it will abandon the rest of the regular season and go straight into the playoffs with 24 teams instead of 16 if it is able to resume play.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Daily COVID-19 updates and how Charlestonians can be preparedPractice social distancing. One of the most effective ways of slowing down the transmission of COVID-19, keep at least six feet from other people and avoiding groups and crowds.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Two alligators seen fighting on South Carolina golf course, golfers say the brawl lasted two hoursThe alligators seemed to be fighting with their jaws interlocked. One had their mouth on top of the other's, while the other gator's jaw was clamped on the other's leg.

CBSSports.com Shared .

SC health officials surpass coronavirus testing goals, announce 253 new cases, 6 deathsSouth Carolina officials announced Monday that a goal to test two percent of the state's population for the coronavirus has been exceeded.

Post And Courier Shared .

DHEC: 253 new cases of Coronavirus in SC, 6 additional deathsCOLUMBIA, SC -The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Tuesday, announced 253 new cases of the Coronavirus and 6 additional deaths.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Cameron Village restaurant closes after a decade in business :: Out and About at WRAL.comRaleigh, N.C. - After a decade in business, Cameron Bar and Grill has closed permanently, owner Gaurav "G" Patel announced via Facebook Tuesday.

WRAL.com Shared .

253 new cases of COVID-19, and 6 additional deaths in South CarolinaDHEC also announced today that 110,316 tests for COVID-19 have been performed in South Carolina since May 1.

Ray Rivera Shared .

Good Samaritans in South Carolina recover $1,300 blowing down highway, help return it to ownerTwo good Samaritans recovered $1,300 blowing down a South Carolina highway Tuesday morning and helped return the cash to the elderly person who had lost it, authorities said.

Fox News Shared .

Charleston 🇺🇸I have been to South Carolina many times, and if the Palmetto State is my favourite US state, then Charleston is my favourite city.

Watt Travels Shared .

South Carolina State Museum to reopen June 2ndThe South Carolina State Museum will reopen its doors to the public on Tuesday, June 2 with new hours and reduced admission.

WCIV Shared .

South Carolina Arts Commission presents online auction through May 30Today through May 30, the South Carolina Arts Commission hosts an online art auction, Find Joy in Art, supporting South Carolina artists.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Lower Richland hires new football coachDutch Fork offensive line coach Marlin Taylor was officially named the new head man of the Diamond Hornets Tuesday.

ABC Columbia Shared .

South Carolina State Museum set to reopen June 2Get ready to explore South Carolina history. The South Carolina State Museum has announced it will reopen on Tuesday, June 2.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Ian Gwinnup comes back from addiction on ResurrectionSongwriter Ian Gwinnup took a slow burn approach to the release of his latest album Resurrection - 2018.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Captain D's Opens 28th South Carolina RestaurantCaptain D's announced the opening of its newest franchised restaurant in Lancaster, South Carolina. Located at 1307 Charlotte Highway, the new restaurant marks Captain D's first location in Lancaster, 28th overall in the state and comes on the heels of the brand's grand opening in Bonham, Texas, just last week.

QSR Magazine Shared .

Federal Court Blocks South Carolina Witness Requirement That Would Put Voters at Risk During COVID-19 PandemicA federal court yesterday blocked a South Carolina requirement that forced people who vote absentee to obtain a witness signature.

The Skanner News Shared .

Video shows huge alligators in 'sudden death' fight on South Carolina golf courseThe video shows the two gators locked at the jaw, growling and shaking.

Global News Shared .

Deputies investigate shooting at restaurantPhoto: Rich Wandover Richland Co., S.C. -Richland Co. deputies are investigating a shooting that took place at a Two Notch Rd.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Hundreds of unmasked revelers enjoyed a 'MAGA Boat Parade' in South Carolina as American coronavirus death toll approaches 100,000Charleston's harbor was dotted with boats carrying people who weren't wearing masks or maintaining social distance, while crowds lined up for photos.

Business Insider Shared .

How the Nation is grappling with reopening and the risks of CoronavirusThe Nation continues to struggle with how to safely reopen the country without putting more lives at risk to COVID-19.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Accelerate ED meets, discusses Summer Camps and Students in ClassroomsCOLUMBIA, SC -The state's top educator wants to get students back on track with some form of summer school.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Flood risk ahead of rainy, soggy weekMore rain is expected to fall this week on already-saturated grounds, causing concern for some flood prone areas.

WRAL.com Shared .

Despite COVID-19 Uncertainties, South Carolina Credit Union Raises WagesSAFE FCU employees receive a $2 per hour salary hike about a month after merit pay increases.

Credit Union Times Shared .

Clemson athletes permitted to return to campus June 8Clemson football and men's and women's basketball student-athletes are set to return to voluntary activity beginning June 8.

ABC Columbia Shared .

NCHSAA extends coronavirus dead period to June 15, sports could resume after thatChapel Hill, N.C. - The N.C. High School Athletic Association Board of Directors voted Monday night to extend the coronavirus dead period until June 15, HighSchoolOT has confirmed.

WRAL.com Shared .

Hilinski's Hope announces '3DAY' to kick off College Football Mental Health Awareness WeekThe Hilinski's Hope Foundation announced plans Tuesday to engage programs across the country to use the games of Saturday, Oct.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Gibbes Museum, set to reopen June 1, previews fall exhibitionsThe Gibbes Museum of Art reopens to the public on June 1, after temporarily closing its doors on March 18 due to the current coronavirus pandemic.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Clemson's Sam Weatherly earns All-America honorJunior lefthander Sam Weatherly was named a third-team All-American as a starting pitcher by Collegiate Baseball on Tuesday.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Gamecock infielder Wes Clarke honored by Collegiate BaseballGamecock sophomore infielder Wes Clarke was named a Third Team All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, the publication announced Tuesday morning.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Golfer films two alligators fighting on the 18th hole of South Carolina courseGolfers filmed a fight between two alligators on the 18th hole of a golf course in South Carolina.

The Independent Shared .

Prisma Health adds six community testing sites this week for CoronavirusPrisma Health officials say the community testing is done in partnership with DHEC.. PER PRISMA HEALTH Testing at this week's sites will be provided 10 a.m....

ABC Columbia Shared .

Two large alligators caught fighting on golf course in South CarolinaTwo large alligators were spotted by some golfers at the Hilton Head Lakes golf course in Hardeeville, S.C. The alligators apparently fought with each other for a few hours.

Global News Shared .

Field UpdateStatewide Dr. Tony Keinath reports, "Powdery mildew was found late last week on watermelon at the Coastal REC, Charleston."

The South Carolina Grower Shared .

The Agenda: Schools get fraction of requested relief; MUSC partners with Google and Apple for contact tracing appSouth Carolina Education Superintendent Molly Spearman wanted $115 million for summer school programs to get vulnerable students caught up before the 2020-21 school year.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Robert Lange and Nathan Durfee present first collaborative works in 10 yearsThis June Robert Lange Studios presents a special collaborative show, By Our Powers Combined, which features the work of oil painters Robert Lange and Nathan Durfee.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

12 Activities You Can Only Do in CharlestonThe Holy City's warm hospitality, secret alleyways, hidden gardens and undeniable charm are just a few things that set Charleston apart from any other destination.

Explore Charleston Blog Shared .

South Carolina's senior class is uniqueSouth Carolina's senior class came from a lot of different places at a lot of different times as Will Muschamp tried to build a winning roster early in his tenure as coach.

247Sports Shared .

HIGH FIDELITY: Terrace Theater owner Paul Brown gives his top 5 film scoresPaul Brown is the owner of James Island's locally owned cinema, the Terrace Theater. Showing just as many indie flicks as popular movies, while hosting special screenings of notable classics, Terrace curates an interesting set of films to check out every day.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

North Carolina wild horse euthanized after snake biteA wild horse belonging to a herd on North Carolina's Outer Banks was euthanized over the weekend following complications from a venomous snake bite, according to a nonprofit that takes care of the horses.

WRAL.com Shared .

Midlands Mugshots for 5/25Check out today's Midlands Mugshots Categories: mugshots.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Former SC rice plantation south of Charleston fetches $7.9 millionA 1,014-acre remnant of a former sprawling rice plantation in the South Carolina Lowcountry recently sold for nearly $8 million.

Post And Courier Shared .

Bar Georger Opens on James Island Over the WeekendOyster/Hot Dog Bar Opens on James Island Over the Weekend Bar George now offers outdoor seating and takeout.

Eater Charleston Shared .

Clemson's Sullivan Center, South Carolina DHEC providing COVID-19 mobile testing clinics in May, JuneClemson University's Joseph F. Sullivan Center will provide COVID-19 mobile testing clinics in Oconee, Pickens and Chester counties in May and June as part of a partnership with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control to increase access to testing.

Newsstand - Clemson University News And Stories, South Carol Shared .

Three killed in two fatal collisions at U.S. 178 on Memorial DayMaster Trooper Brian Lee says the first collision involved three vehicles around 8:20 p.m. near Shilling Bridge Road.

ABC Columbia Shared .

South Carolina DMV to resume driver skills tests starting TuesdayIn-person driver skills tests are set to resume Tuesday for the first time since mid-March.

WCIV Shared .

Coronavirus in NC: Live updates for May 26, 2020Here are the latest updates on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in North Carolina and across the globe.

WRAL.com Shared .

US company trials coronavirus vaccine candidate in AustraliaA U.S. biotechnology company began injecting a coronavirus vaccine candidate into people in Australia on Tuesday with hopes of releasing a proven vaccine this year.

ABC Columbia Shared .

3 dead, several injured in shooting in South Carolina, SLED saysThe South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating a shooting that left three people dead and several others injured.

MSN Shared .

Deputy among 4 hospitalized after boat explosion in South CarolinaFour people were hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries after a boat explosion in the Charleston Harbor Marina in South Carolina.

WSOC Shared .

Tyler Ryan's Tuesday morning forecastTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Task force discusses next steps for South Carolina schoolsThe task force comprised of South Carolina educators and administrators charged with providing recommendations on how schools and districts can best restart in the fall met Tuesday morning.

MSN Shared .

SC Lede: COVID-19 — Making Up For Lost TimeOn this episode of the South Carolina Lede for May 26, 2020, we travel to Folly Beach, SC, for Memorial Day, recap recent legislative action with The Associated Press' Jeffrey Collins and The State's Maayan Schechter, and learn how hospitals are staffing back up in the Palmetto State.

South Carolina ETV Radio Shared .

How Will Greenville Spend Its CARES Money? Good QuestionWhen the U.S. Treasury released its list of jurisdictions that would be getting money from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act, someone had to tell the Greenville County Council that the county was on it.

South Carolina ETV Radio Shared .

Alligator fight on South Carolina golf course captured on videoThe video shows two alligators fighting in the middle of The Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes in Hardeeville.

For The Win Shared .

South Carolina golfer films alligators in brutal fight on golf courseA group of golfers in Hilton Head, S.C., recently filmed what looked like a fight to the death between two massive alligators on a golf course.

Fox News Shared .

The US is getting shorter, as mapmakers race to keep upHeight is height, right? Look at a Manhattan skyscraper, or the Washington Monument, or a mountain peak in California, and you imagine that it will be the same height tomorrow as it is today.

WRAL.com Shared .

Remains of 60 mammoths found in MexicoArchaeologists in Mexico have discovered the remains of dozens of mammoths in a finding that could shed further light on the hunting methods of prehistoric communities.

WRAL.com Shared .

Airlines work to put safety measures in place as ridership slumpsABC News) — As some people continue to stay at home, others are choosing to venture out but appear to be skipping public transportation.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Watch: Two alligators lock jaws in brutal fight on golf courseIt feels like it's been forever since we've posted an "alligators on a golf course" video - remember the giant who strolled around South Carolina or crane vs. gator or gator vs. rake?

Freep Shared .

SC education leader wants more summer school moneySouth Carolina's top education official wanted $115 million for summer school programs to get some of the state's most vulnerable students back on track after missing at least 10 weeks of in-person classes because of the coronavirus.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Spartanburg solider dies while in AfghanistanSpartanburg, SC — A South Carolina soldier has died in Afghanistan. The U.S. Department of Defense says 25 year old Lieutenant Trevarius Bowman of Spartanburg died May 19th at Bagram Air Force Base in a non-combat related incident.

ABC Columbia Shared .

How One Man Fought South Carolina Democrats to End Whites-Only PrimariesA rusting chain-link fence represents a "color line" for the dead in Columbia, South Carolina.

The Good Men Project Shared .

Golfer Films Two Large Alligators Fighting On South Carolina Golf CourseGolfers observed that the gator rumble continued on for two hours, with the bout being definitely one for the purists, as each of the animals tried to overpower the other using their powerful and formidable jaws.

LADbible Shared .

Deputies looking for missing South Carolina manCecil Haney was last seen around 7 p.m. Monday. He was supposed to be heading to the new Dollar General on old Camden Road in Darlington County, the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office said.

WBTV Web Staff Shared .

2 dead, 5 wounded after shooting at South Carolina partyA party attended by as many a 1,000 people in rural upstate South Carolina ended with gunfire, two men dead and five more wounded.

WCIV Shared .

President Trump threatens to relocate 2020 GOP convention out of NCPresident Donald Trump's first message on Memorial Day was a stark warning to Gov. Roy Cooper of North Carolina that if the coronavirus restrictions in the state are not lifted, the Republican National Convention might move its 2020 convention to another state.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Gamecock women's basketball gets first commitment of 2021 classAubryanna Hall is the No. 26 prospect in ESPN's top 100 prospects for the 2021 recruiting class.

ABC Columbia Shared .

49ers address cornerback position in 2021 NFL mock draftThe 49ers could lose multiple cornerbacks to free agency next offseason.

NBCS Bay Area Shared .

Crowds flock to beaches for Memorial Day Weekend despite pandemicIn the face of rising cases of coronavirus throughout the U.S. and Canada, and calls from health officials to remain socially distant during the long weekend, crowds still flocked to Memorial Day hot spots.

ABC Columbia Shared .

South Carolina teen creates business to help with mask shortage caused by COVID-19Hart Bridges,19, started Rosleck Safety after seeing mask shortages throughout the country.

WVLT Shared .

South Carolina's Buck targetsThe pool of candidates for South Carolina's Buck position is shrinking. On Monday afternoon, three-star defensive end Mattheus...

247Sports Shared .

2019 federal report estimates 462 South Carolina veterans are homelessMemorial Day is about honoring the lives of fallen American veterans. It's also an opportunity to help the servicemen and women who are still with the community.

Chris Joseph Shared .

Operating at half-capacity doesn't work for some restaurantsRaleigh, N.C. - Many North Carolina restaurants welcomed diners back over the weekend as coronavirus-related restrictions that had limited them to drive-thru, takeout or delivery service for almost two months were eased.

WRAL.com Shared .

Hundreds participate in, watch South Carolina boat parade in support of TrumpA boat parade held in support of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump retweets personal attacks on Clinton, Pelosi, Abrams Biden swipes at Trump: 'Presidency is about a lot more than tweeting from your golf cart' GOP sues California over Newsom's vote-by-mail order MORE in South Carolina over the Memorial Day weekend drew hundreds of boaters...

TheHill Shared .

Fort Jackson National Cemetery honors veterans on Memorial Day, despite pandemicColumbia, S.C. - On Memorial Day, we honor and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Gamecocks QBs, receivers waiting for all-clear to hold summer drillsSouth Carolina's football players can start lifting weights and conditioning on June 8, but when can quarterbacks and receivers begin throwing?

Post And Courier Shared .

Police: ShotSpotter technology leads to murder arrestCourtesy: CPD Columbia, S.C. - Columbia police say they responded to Fern Ave. shortly after 9pm Saturday following a ShotSpotter Alert.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Coronavirus stalled South Carolina judicial reforms, but lawmakers still 'optimistic'Efforts to reform South Carolina's judicial system in the state Senate and House of Representatives have stalled, but they're not dead, lawmakers say.

Post And Courier Shared .

DHEC announces new cases, deathsColumbia, S.C. -DHEC Monday announced 90 new cases of COVID 19 and five additional deaths.

ABC Columbia Shared .

First of Dawn Staley's Gamecocks recruiting birdies reveals her nameAubryanna "Bree" Hall, the country's No. 26 recruit, has committed to South Carolina.

Post And Courier Shared .

South Carolina soldier dies in AfghanistanThe U.S. Department of Defense announced Thursday that 1st Lieutenant Travarius Ravon Bowman, 25, of Spartanburg, died May 19 at Bagram Air Force Base from a non-combat-related incident.

WVLT Shared .

Keselowski gets win but Hendrick Motorsports takes 2 lossesChase Elliott was cruising toward victory with two laps remaining in the 600 when a caution sent the race to overtime.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Gamecock Baseball's Tringali Named to the SEC Community Service TeamTringali went 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA and 13 strikeouts in 10.2 innings pitched in six appearances in relief this season.

ABC Columbia Shared .

DHEC releases testing numbers and more Coronavirus test sitesAccording to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, a total of 168,908 total Coronavirus tests have been conducted, as of May 23, by both DHEC's Public Health Laboratory and private labs.

ABC Columbia Shared .

SC's Riverbanks Zoo reopens with new reservation requirementCOLUMBIA — A South Carolina zoo has reopened over the weekend after being closed for more than two months because of the coronavirus.

Post And Courier Shared .

SC education chief Molly Spearman wants more summer school moneyCOLUMBIA — South Carolina's top education official wanted $115 million for summer school programs to get some of the state's most vulnerable students back on track after missing at least.

Post And Courier Shared .

Free freshwater fishing across South Carolina on Memorial DaySouth Carolina residents can cast out into some freshwater on Monday without having to worry about needing a fishing license.

WTGS Shared .

Army soldier from South Carolina dies in non-combat related incident in Afghanistan: Defense DepartmentAn American soldier from South Carolina has died in a non-combat related incident in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense announced on Thursday.

FOX 10 Phoenix Shared .

Police eye ex-worker at SC college as illicit video sourceGAFFNEY — South Carolina law enforcement officials have identified a former employee of an Upstate college as a "person of interest" in illicit videos that showed female athletes in changing.

Post And Courier Shared .

2 dead, 5 wounded in SC after shooting at Upstate partyJONESVILLE — A party attended by hundreds on a rural road in the South Carolina Upstate ended with gunfire, two men dead and five more wounded.

Post And Courier Shared .

Midlands Mug shots for 5/24Check out these Midlands Mugshots Categories: mugshots.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Opinion: How SC could help minority businesses in crisisThe COVID-19 pandemic is ravaging the health, social fabric and economies of our communities, our country, and in fact the world.

Greenvilleonline Shared .

South Carolina recruiting rewindThere have been plenty of South Carolina Gamecocks recruiting stories posted on TheBigSpur over the last couple weeks.

247Sports Shared .

The Agenda: Memorial Day amid coronavirus; SC has more than 10,000 confirmed cases, total could be more than 70,000Over the weekend, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced an additional 460 cases of the coronavirus, bringing the state total to 10,096.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

Hundreds participate in, watch South Carolina boat parade in support of TrumpA boat parade held in support of President Trump in South Carolina over Memorial Day weekend drew hundreds of boaters and viewers.

MSN Shared .

South Carolina Coronavirus Update: First Wave Almost OverThe first wave of the coronavirus pandemic is running out of steam in South Carolina, but it's unclear how exposed the Palmetto State is to the next wave.

FITSNews Shared .

One killed after vehicle hit several trees in Lee County on Red Hill RoadSouth Carolina Highway Patrol says one person died after a vehicle hit several trees over the weekend on Red Hill Road.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Charleston craft beer community mourning the death of Matty Symons, co-founder of Two Blokes Brewing Co.The local craft beer and brewing community is mourning the death of Matty Symons, co-founder, owner and head brewer of Two Blokes Brewing Co.

Charleston City Paper Shared .

South Carolina Court Says It Would Be 'Nonsensical' to Restrict Voting Access During PandemicVoting rights advocates notched a significant legal victory in South Carolina on Memorial Day after a federal court blocked a requirement that would have forced people who vote by mail to obtain a witness's signature.

MSN Shared .

National Moment of Remembrance at 3 p.m. to honor the fallen heroesThe annual event starts at 3 p.m., where you pause for one minute, wherever you are, to pay respects to those that died in military service.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Coronavirus cut greenhouse gases in SC and globally, but not enough to curb climate changeIn South Carolina, car trips shortly after Gov. Henry McMaster's "work or home" order were halved, compared with last spring.

Post And Courier Shared .

Manhunt for UConn senior Peter Manfredonia suspected in two murdersPolice are searching for a University of Connecticut senior, Peter Manfredonia, who is suspected in two murders.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Majority of SC restaurateurs doubt they'll make it 6 months if social distancing continuesThe future of South Carolina's hospitality industry looks relatively bright to restaurant owners, according to early returns from a COVID-19 Impact survey being conducted by the College of Charleston and Lander University.

Post And Courier Shared .

Fort Jackson will live stream the Memorial Day ceremony for the publicEven though Fort Jackson is moving towards a steady state, the pandemic continues to influence the post's daily activities, but it will not halt Fort Jackson's efforts to honor the fallen.

ABC Columbia Shared .

South Carolina soldier dies in non-combat related incident in Afghanistan: Defense DepartmentAn American soldier from South Carolina has died in a non-combat related incident in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense announced on Thursday.

Fox News Shared .

South Carolina likely to set record for mailed absentee ballotsSouth Carolina's decision to allow absentee voting by mail for anyone in next month's primaries because of the coronavirus could mean a long night waiting for results.

WRDW Shared .

Tyler Ryan's Monday morning forecastTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

ABC Columbia Shared .

Newly reopened South Carolina attractions are drawing visitorsSouth Carolina attractions got the green light to reopen for Memorial Day weekend, with some restrictions.

Staff And Wire Reports Shared .

Live Q&A with South Carolina writer Josh KendallTalk all things Gamecocks with beat writer Josh Kendall in a live Q&A at 1 p.m.

The Athletic Shared .

SC robot maker takes a dip with sharks on ABCA South Carolina startup went on national TV this month fishing for funding from a pool of investment sharks.

Post And Courier Shared .

Two dead after shooting at massive block party in South CarolinaA teenager was one of two people killed in a shooting at a massive block party in Jonesville, South Carolina.

Washington Examiner Shared .

Musicians Stay Connected During Virus Outbreak with Online PerformancesMusicians nationwide, like many performing artists, have had their shows cancelled indefinitely by concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.

South Carolina ETV Radio Shared .

Two dead, 10 injured in multiple St. Louis shootingsPolice say two men have died and 10 other people were injured in multiple shootings Sunday in St. Louis, Missouri.

ABC Columbia Shared .

South Carolina soldier dies in non-combat-related incident in AfghanistanThe U.S. Department of Defense announced Thursday that 25-year-old 1st Lt. Trevarius Ravon Bowman of Spartanburg died May 19 at Bagram Air Force Base.

KOKI Shared .

South Carolina block party shooting leaves two dead, including teen, five others wounded, police sayA South Carolina teenager was among two killed when gunfire erupted late Saturday at a block party that drew about a thousand people despite the government's warnings against large gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, investigators said.

Fox News Shared .

SC schools to have both in-person and virtual graduationsKen Ruinard/The Independent-Mail via AP) Erin Darnell, left, digital integration specialist for Anderson School District Five, talks about K3 and K4 study packets with North Pointe Elementary School Principal Jill Gilreath on Monday, March 16, 2020.

ABC Columbia Shared .

South Carolina soldier dies in non-combat-related incident in AfghanistanThe U.S. Department of Defense announced Thursday that 25-year-old 1st Lt. Trevarius Ravon Bowman of Spartanburg died May 19 at Bagram Air Force Base.

WFTV Shared .

South Carolina likely to set record for mailed absentee ballotsSouth Carolina's decision to allow absentee voting by mail for anyone in next month's primaries because of the coronavirus could mean a long night waiting for results.

MSN Shared .

Newly reopened South Carolina attractions are drawing visitorsSouth Carolina attractions got the green light to reopen for Memorial Day weekend, with some restrictions.

MSN Shared .

2 killed, 5 injured in Union County SC shootingTwo people were killed and five others injured after gunfire broke out during a large party in Union County, South Carolina on Saturday night.

ABC11 Raleigh-Durham Shared .

Lexington man in custody after being accused of shooting fatherLexington, S.C. - According to a press release from the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, a Lexington man is now in custody after shooting his father early Sunday.

ABC Columbia Shared .

DHEC: 10 additional deaths, 209 new cases of coronavirusColumbia, S.C. - According to a press release from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, on Sunday 209 new cases of COVID-19 were announced along with 10 more deaths.

ABC Columbia Shared .

2 dead, 5 wounded at South Carolina block party that drew up to 1,000 peopleThe shooting occurred outside Union, South Carolina.

ABC News Shared .

New York to Charleston, SC a ComparisonWe moved from the suburbs of New York City to just outside Charleston, South Carolina six years ago.

Life By McGeno Shared .

SC passes 10,000 confirmed coronavirus case mark, logs 435 total deathsSouth Carolina officials reported 209 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday and 10 new deaths.

Post And Courier Shared .

South Carolina reaches over 10,000 total COVID-19 cases with 209 new cases SundayOver 10,000 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in South Carolina, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Control's latest numbers on Sunday.

WCIV Shared .

Enforcement of Parking Meters underway in phases in ColumbiaGrab your change. The City of Columbia has already begun phasing in parking enforcement for meters and parking facilities.

ABC Columbia Shared .

SC DHEC offers mobile testing sites for CoronavirusIf you need to get tested for Coronavirus the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has set up testing sites.

ABC Columbia Shared .

USC medical school helps keep Columbia veteran hospital's historic architecture aliveBefore the Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center campus was ever listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009, University of South Carolina School of Medicine staff was finding.

Post And Courier Shared .