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  • Freedom After the Disorder

    Freedom After the Disorder

    Eating disorders have the highest death rate of any mental illness and are two and a half times more likely to affect females than males. One USC student tells how the disorder played games in her mind to control her life. After recovery, she found the freedom to help others beat the disorder.

    Eating disorders have the highest death rate of any mental illness and are two and a half times more likely to affect females than males. One USC student tells how the disorder played games in her mind to control her life. After recovery, she found the freedom to help others beat the disorder. 

  • Conroy exhibit displays author’s life and career

    Conroy exhibit displays author’s life and career

    University of South Carolina's Ernest Hollings Library saw increased traffic of its Pat Conroy exhibit after his sudden death. Archivist and exhibit curator, Jessica Crouch, hopes people will come to see it before it's taken down.

    University of South Carolina's Ernest Hollings Library saw increased traffic of its Pat Conroy exhibit after his sudden death. Archivist and exhibit curator, Jessica Crouch, hopes people will come to see it before it's taken down.

  • SC State House becomes center piece for veterans plea

    SC State House becomes center piece for veterans plea

    Veterans rally at the South Carolina State House to push for better benefits and to ensure that younger men and women serving today get the benefits that they deserve.

    Veterans rally at the South Carolina State House to push for better benefits and to ensure that younger men and women serving today get the benefits that they deserve.

  • Spring Football Practices Kick Off

    Spring Football Practices Kick Off

    New head ball coach Will Muschamp oversaw his first practice on Tuesday night. Muschamp will be coaching the gamecocks alongside an almost entirely new coaching staff.

    Columbia weather is warming up and that can only mean one thing: spring football has begun. The Gamecocks dug their cleats in the grass for the first time Tuesday night, kicking off the 2016 season.

  • South Carolina Senate Approves Road Bill

    Road Repair Bill

    Filibustering ended as the South Carolina roads bill left the senate and went into the hands of the House of Representatives as it continues its journey to approval. The bill will put $400 million towards road repair projects throughout the state.

    Filibustering ended as the South Carolina roads bill left the senate and went into the hands of the House of Representatives as it continues its journey to approval. 

  • Sen. Ted Cruz wants the veteran vote

    Sen. Ted Cruz wants the veteran vote

    Presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz held a rally at the Columbia Armory on Tuesday, February 16 in hopes to win over the veteran vote in South Carolina. Many veterans came to see what he had to say.

    Presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz held a rally at the Columbia Armory on Tuesday, February 16 in hopes to win over the veteran vote in South Carolina. Many veterans came to see what he had to say.  

  • Trump wins the Palmetto State GOP primary

    Trump wins the Palmetto State GOP primary

    By Malique Rankin

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won over 32 percent of South Carolinian's vote in Saturday's GOP primary. Trump also responded to Pope Francis' criticism on his immigration policy during CNN's town hall on Thursday in Columbia.

  • Church honors animals in historic ceremony

    Church honors animals in historic ceremony

    You wouldn't usually expect to see four-legged creatures welcomed, and honored even, during a Sunday church ceremony. However, this past Sunday one Midlands church performed a ceremony solely for the well-being of our furry friends.

    You wouldn't usually expect to see four-legged creatures welcomed, and honored even, during a Sunday church ceremony. However, this past Sunday one Midlands church performed a ceremony solely for the well-being of our furry friends.

  • South Carolina National Guard and Red Cross come together to help a community in need

    South Carolina National Guard and Red Cross come together to help a community in need

    The South Carolina National Guard and Red Cross pooled resources to build new canal dam and to provide help for the people without water.
    The South Carolina National Guard and Red Cross pooled resources to build new canal dam and to provide help for the people without water.
  • Mother raising awareness about childhood cancer

    Mother raising awareness about childhood cancer

    After losing her own son to a brain tumor, one mom has made it her life goal to raise awareness.  Sarah Bucciero raised more than $75,000 in the past three years.  Although her three-year-old son Carter lost his battle to cancer, Bucciero's fight to spread awareness is just getting started. 

    After losing her own son to a brain tumor, one mom has made it her life goal to raise awareness.  Sarah Bucciero raised more than $75,000 in the past three years.  Although her three-year-old son Carter lost his battle to cancer, Bucciero's fight to spread awareness is just getting started. 

  • Volunteers provide meals to those in need

    Volunteers provide meals to those in need

    Every day of the week The Soup Cellar opens their doors to people in the Midlands in need of a hot meal.The Soup Cellar is located in the cellar of Washington Street United Methodist Church in Columbia, S.C.  and serves meals from 10:45A.M. to 12:15P.M. throughout the week.
    Every day of the week The Soup Cellar opens their doors to people in the Midlands in need of a hot meal.The Soup Cellar is located in the cellar of Washington Street United Methodist Church in Columbia, S.C.  and serves meals from 10:45A.M. to 12:15P.M. throughout the week.
  • Millions of cars recalled due to potentially deadly defect

    Millions of cars recalled due to potentially deadly defect

    More than six million cars could be on the road right now that could seriously hurt or even kill their drivers. Officials are asking car owners to immediately take action to fix a dangerous airbag defect.

    More than six million cars could be on the road right now that could seriously hurt or even kill their drivers. Officials are asking car owners to immediately take action to fix a dangerous airbag defect.

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  • Six months after: South Carolina's 1000-year flood

    Six months after: South Carolina's 1000-year flood

    Irreparable damage still plagues dozens of houses sixth months after South Carolina's historic 1000-year flood, with owners till struggling to gather the money to pay for repairs

    Irreparable damage still plagues dozens of houses sixth months after South Carolina's historic 1000-year flood, with owners till struggling to gather the money to pay for repairs

  • Six months after: relief and recovery

    Six months after: relief and recovery

    Recovery along Timberlane Drive and Glenhaven Road has proven a slow, arduous process. Gills Creek resident Rachel Larratt, however, is trying her best to help flood victims who lack even the most basic of necessities – toilet paper and towels, for example.

    Recovery along Timberlane Drive and Glenhaven Road has proven a slow, arduous process. Gills Creek resident Rachel Larratt, however, is trying her best to help flood victims who lack even the most basic of necessities – toilet paper and towels, for example.

  • Six months after: Eric Buff's story

    Six months after: Eric Buff's story

    Streets and homes began to become flooded with water in the early morning of Oct. 4, 2015. Eric Buff devoted his time to help his neighbors in the start of recovery. He wants his neighborhood to be beautiful again, but has little faith that the city and county are doing all they can. 

    Streets and homes began to become flooded with water in the early morning of Oct. 4, 2015. Eric Buff devoted his time to help his neighbors in the start of recovery. He wants his neighborhood to be beautiful again, but has little faith that the city and county are doing all they can. 

  • Six months after: financial impact

    Six months after: financial impact

    October's flooding left lasting damage across the state of South Carolina. This graphical representation explores the number of homes still affected and the financial impact for insurance companies and FEMA.

    October's flooding left lasting damage across the state of South Carolina. This graphical representation explores the number of homes still affected and the financial impact for insurance companies and FEMA.

  • Six months after: environmental impact

    Six months after: environmental impact

    Erich Miarka, program coordinator of the Gills Creek Watershed Association, has seen firsthand the effects of the historic October flooding. Miarka is hoping that the environmental impact that the flood had on the state will prompt state officials to not think about building back fast, but building back right.

    Program coordinator of the Gills Creek Watershed Association, Erich Miarka, has seen firsthand the effects of the historic October flooding. Miarka is hoping that the environmental impact that the flood had on the state will prompt state officials to not think about building back fast, but building back right.

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