May has been declared as ALS Awareness month in South Carolina.
Author: Quintara Hatten
U.S. Waffle Company announced plans to launch a new frozen food processing facility in Pickens County.
A Fort Jackson civilian employee who died shortly after a prescribed burn operation on Wednesday has been identified.
A Fort Jackson civilian employee died shortly after noon today during a prescribed burn operation in a post training area.
The Lexington County Police Department is asking the community for assistance in identifying a suspect accused of robbing the CVS Pharmacy at gunpoint.
One of the survivors from the Birmingham, Alabama church bombing in 1963 was in the Midlands tonight to share her story of that day and the Civil Rights Movement that followed.
The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program will return this summer to help low-income seniors with healthier diets by supporting South Carolina small farmers.
SC DHEC announced that customers who ate at Wild Wing Cafe in Harbison at 1150 Bower Parkway might have been exposed to hepatitis A virus.
The Sumter County Sheriff’s Office is looking for an active duty airman who was reported missing since Saturday.
The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department have detained a man in connection with an investigation at the Waters at Berryhill apartment complex near I-26.