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University of South Carolina Closed Through New Year’s Day

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – The University of South Carolina is closed through New Year’s Day. The University resumes normal operations on January 1, however classes for the Spring 2018 semester do not begin until Tuesday, January, 16, as Monday, January 15 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, an observed federal holiday. Students and faculty are encouraged to partake in a…

Look Up to See Geminid Meteor Shower!

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) – If you’re looking for a light show Wednesday (12/13), just look up. The annual Geminid Meteor Shower begins tonight and NASA experts say it will be visible all over the world. For the best view get away from city lights. Experts say you should see a meteor every minute or two. Categories: Weather Blog

Second teen charged after threats of planned attack at SC high school

File Chesterfield County, S.C. (WPDE) — A 16-year-old girl has now also been charged with communicating threats after social media posts warned of a planned attack at Central High School in Pageland on Thursday, according to Chesterfield County Sheriff Jay Brooks. Brooks said the school’s resource officer was made aware of the threats via several text messages from parents, teachers…

Deadly New Mexico high school shooting

Samantha Gurule/KOAT FARMINGTON, N.M. (KOAT) — New Mexico State police said two students are dead after a shooter opened fire at Aztec High School Thursday morning. They add the shooter is also dead. Officials with the Navajo Nation add that 15 others were injured. WHO WAS HURT: Three people are dead, including the shooter. 15 others are injured. IS THE…

Charleston International Airport introducing new feature for breastfeeding mothers

(WCIV) — The Mamava mobile is what the Charleston International Airport is calling their new nursing suites to travelers and the community. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, November 30 officially introducing the Mamava mobile. “We’re thrilled to support breastfeeding mamas at Charleston International Airport,” said Sascha Mayer, co-founder and CEO of Mamava. “We believe…