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Bucking millennial trend, USC sweethearts ready to say "I do"

Elizabeth Rogers and Nick Doyle – University of South Carolina graduate students – have been dating for six years, and people are asking, “Why don’t you just get married?” For many of this generation, it’s not that simple. 

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South Carolina State Fair brings stampede of cattle competitors to Columbia

Cattle competitions at the South Carolina State Fair bring people from across the state, and their cows, to compete for prizes and bovine bragging rights.

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The opioid epidemic: What got us here and what can we do?

Addiction for a 13-year-old boy started with a dose of cough medicine. Now Jared Campbell is in recovery but his story resonates throughout the state.

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Study finds black teachers can be influential role models

Richland One school teacher LaSonya Stewart talks about a recent Johns Hopkins University study that focuses on the impact of African American teachers.

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Bright lights, sweet confections as the South Carolina State Fair opens

Wednesday, the South Carolina State Fair opens its 147th year. Vendors from near and far look forward to handing out treats to customers.

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Twentieth anniversary of the S.C. Silent Witness Ceremony

Domestic violence victims from the previous year are honored at South Carolina's annual Silent Witness Ceremony. This year, the event held it's 20th anniversary of raising awareness for domestic abuse.

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Vista shooting survivor remembers the sounds of gunfire, shouts of "Run!"

Vista bartender Holly Hill witnessed the Vista shooting on Sept. 16 that left eight wounded. She's still trying to get over what she saw that night.

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Congaree attracts more visitors but remains a quiet retreat

Congaree National Park experienced a record-breaking year for visitor turnout in 2016. But compared to the more crowded western parks, Congaree still remains a haven for peaceful hikes and camping.

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  • One woman's journey of overcoming homelessness

    One woman's journey of overcoming homelessness

    Natasha Richardson, who has cerebral palsy and is wheelchair bound, was homeless for about two months in the autumn of 2016. Now she has a place to call her own. 

    Natasha Richardson, who has cerebral palsy and is wheelchair bound, was homeless for about two months in the autumn of 2016. Now she has a place to call her own. 

  • Las Vegas shooting spurs gun control debate in SC

    Las Vegas shooting spurs gun control debate in SC

    Attention has turned to gun control and the ongoing debate over Second Amendment rights following the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Some South Carolina lawmakers weighed in. 

    Attention has turned to gun control and the ongoing debate over Second Amendment rights following the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Some South Carolina lawmakers weighed in. 

  • From soldier to USC student

    From soldier to USC student

    Transitioning from the military to the campus and civilian lifestyle is difficult for many military students. Events like flag football, monthly meetings, and resume workshops make it easier for military students to become more acclimated.  

    Transitioning from the military to the campus and civilian lifestyle is difficult for many military students. Events like flag football, monthly meetings, and resume workshops make it easier for military students to become more acclimated.  

  • Mesmerizing 'Hunchback' production rings in Town Theatre's 99th season

    Mesmerizing 'Hunchback' production rings in Town Theatre's 99th season

    Community theater Town Theatre begins its 99th season with a darker version of a familiar Disney movie: "The Hunchback of Notre Dame."

    Community theater Town Theatre begins its 99th season with a darker version of a familiar Disney movie: "The Hunchback of Notre Dame."

  • The 2017 hurricane season is affecting public view of climate change

    The 2017 hurricane season is affecting public view of climate change

    Hurricane intensity and climate change: is there a correlation? According to a poll, the number of believers in climate change has shifted since Hurricane Katrina.

    Hurricane intensity and climate change: is there a correlation? According to a poll, the number of believers in climate change has shifted since Hurricane Katrina.

  • NFL protest: Former USC star Marcus Lattimore speaks out

    NFL protest: Former USC star Marcus Lattimore speaks out

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    Marcus Lattimore, former star running back for the Gamecocks and retired player for the San Francisco 49er's, discusses former teammate Collin Kaepernick, the NFL protests, and what he would do if he were still a player in the NFL. 

    University of South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore, former star running back and retired player for the San Francisco 49er's, discusses former teammate Collin Kaepernick, the NFL protests, and what he would do if he were still a player in the NFL. 

  • Prayer draws students outside for See You At The Pole

    Prayer draws students outside for See You At The Pole

    Students gathered on their school grounds early Wednesday for "See You At The Pole," an event that asks students to pray for their school and community. The grassroots movement begun in 1990 and now attracts millions of students around the world. 

    Students gathered on their school grounds early Wednesday for "See You At The Pole," an event that asks students to pray for their school and community. The grassroots movement begun in 1990 and now attracts millions of students around the world. 

  • National Coffee Day is every day for some

    National Coffee Day is every day for some

    National Coffee Day might attract those who don't normally drink coffee because of the special deals, but for loyal coffee drinkers, it's no different than any other day.

    National Coffee Day might attract those who don't normally drink coffee because of the special deals, but for loyal coffee drinkers, it's no different than any other day.

  • Restaurants react to NFL kneeling

    Restaurants react to NFL kneeling

    Restaurants are responding with a protest of their own after many NFL players choosing to kneel during the national anthem. Some are choosing not to show NFL games until the players stand for the anthem.

    Restaurants are responding with a protest of their own after many NFL players choosing to kneel during the national anthem. Some are choosing not to show NFL games until the players stand for the anthem.

  • Museums and mythology and Oz, oh my!

    Museums and mythology and Oz, oh my!

    Beginning Sept. 30, the South Carolina State Museum will be celebrating Halloween with a “Museum of Oz” theme throughout the month of October.

    Beginning Sept. 30, the South Carolina State Museum will be celebrating Halloween with a “Museum of Oz” theme throughout the month of October.

  • Shelters suffer when animals are abandoned

    Shelters suffer when animals are abandoned

    Euthanasia is not the way Pets Inc. in Columbia prevents overcrowding, unlike other animal shelters in South Carolina. Pets Inc. keeps animals until they are adopted, but large numbers of feral and stray animals threaten this practice.

    Euthanasia is not the way Pets Inc. in Columbia prevents overcrowding, unlike other animal shelters in South Carolina. Pets Inc. keeps animals until they are adopted, but large numbers of feral and stray animals threaten this practice.

  • Vista employees react to recent shooting

    Vista employees react to recent shooting

    Business owners in Columbia's humming Vista entertainment district say they've seen no decline in business after a shooting two weeks ago. Eight people were injured by stray bullets after the shooting at Empire Supper Club.

    Business owners in Columbia's humming Vista entertainment district say they've seen no decline in business after a shooting two weeks ago. Eight people were injured by stray bullets after the shooting at Empire Supper Club.

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