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Help prevent hunger with a couple taps of your thumb

Harvest Hope's text campaign will help feed neighbors and may put signed Gamecock history in your house

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)–Since 1981, Harvest Hope Food Bank has helped provide food and provisions to the Midlands and beyond.  In fact, according to Executive Director Denise Holland, the organization now serves 38,000 people a week in 20 counties across South Carolina. “There is always a need,” says Holland, “but the holidays bring an increased need,” citing the extra family around,…

Giving a voice to those who aren’t always heard

Tyler Ryan learns about the annual Silent Voices event raising money for the homeless

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)–Since 2010, a very special organization has been a large advocate for the homeless, and for those involved, it touches close to the heart.  Homeless Helping Homeless is a non-profit formed to raise money for awareness, assistance, even to help build self-esteem, and self-reliance. Each year, the Silent Voices event offers an evening of spoken work, music, art,…

Columbia Dermatologist Explains How You Can Protect Your Skin This Winter

COLUMBIA,SC (WOLO)-The leaves are falling the temperature is dropping, which means we’re deep into fall and slowly approaching winter. One thing a lot of us have a problem with is keeping our skin from drying out. To help you with a new skin care regimen just in time for the holidays is Dr. Asha James with Columbia Skin Clinic. Dr. James’s…

American Idol to kick off live voting during AMA’s

American Idol judges with host Ryan Seacrest (ABC) Your chance to give away a golden ticket will come sooner than later. Though it may not be to the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory, it’s just as sweet. American Idol gives the chance for America to give an Idol hopeful a shot at Hollywood. The new judges, Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, and…