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Midlands woman finds way to help homeless

Ericka Brown was looking for a higher purpose in her life. She found that amid Columbia's homeless and now spends her days helping to provide food and clothing for them.  

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Children are using iPads and tablets at an all-time high

Children are using mobile devices like iPads more than ever, but doctors say this isn't the best way they can learn at a young age.

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Shoeboxes spread Christmas joy for children around the world

Gifts are a staple of the holiday season, and Operation Christmas Child is a ministry run by Samaritan’s Purse which distributes millions of gifts to more than a hundred countries. How? With shoeboxes.

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South Carolina’s exercise science doctoral program ranks No. 1 in the nation

University of South Carolina is receiving national attention for some of its science programs.

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Millions of fire extinguishers recalled

Approximately 38 million fire extinguishers were recalled after hundreds of reports of them not functioning properly. The recall affects over 100 different models of Kidde fire extinguishers.

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Traveling postcards workshop creates healing, recovery through art

Traveling Postcards, a workshop that combines crafting and healing, was held this week at USC's new Center for Health and Well-being. The postcards will be distributed to victims of sexual assault.

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Award-winning Columbia native poet returns home to promote his new book

Columbia native and award-winning poet, Terrance Hayes, returned home to Columbia to read from his latest collection, "How to Be Drawn."

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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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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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Constitutional carry bill pushes forward

Texans have the right to openly carry their firearms, with proper training and a permit. Now South Carolina lawmakers are pushing for similar legislation. The Constitutional Carry bill passed in the South Carolina House and is now awaiting its future on the South Carolina Senate floor. 

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August total eclipse expected to bring 1 million visitors to Columbia area

In just four months Columbia and its surrounding areas can expect to see an estimated 1 million visitors for the transcontinental total eclipse. This once in a lifetime spectacle has already had a major impact on the local tourism economy.

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  • Health and Fitness

    Health and Fitness

    This episode of Carolina Magazine explores the topics of health and fitness.  The magazine team discusses the obesity epidemic and what health professionals say individuals should do to fight the fat.
    This episode of Carolina Magazine explores health and fitness.  The team takes a look at this nation's obesity epidemic and what health professionals say individuals should do to fight it. We also look into student and senior citizen exercise routines.       Click Here to view this episode of Carolina Magazine
  • Graduation: What Comes Next?

    Graduation: What Comes Next?

    Graduation is coming very soon for students at the University of South Carolina and many other colleges across the country. This edition of Carolina Magazine investigates their next step - finding a job.
    Graduation is coming very soon for students at the University of South Carolina and many other colleges across the country. This edition of Carolina Magazine investigates their next step - employment.

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  • The Growing Columbia Arts Scene

    The Growing Columbia Arts Scene

    Columbia is the political epicenter of South Carolina but its art scene is often overshadowed by those in other cities. This week's Carolina Magazine looks at the surging growth of the arts in the Capital City.
    Columbia is known as the political epicenter of South Carolina but its art scene is often overshadowed by those from Charleston and Greenville.  This week's Carolina Magazine looks at the surging growth of the arts in the Capital City. 


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