A new analysis of gun deaths done by the CDC shows the number of people dying by guns in the US is higher than it has been in two decades.
Local law enforcement are revving up their engines and plan to be on the look out for impaired drivers as many of you hit the road to celebrate the holidays.
The Columbia Police Department is actively looking into at least 5 bomb threats that authorities say are similar to other ones happening across the US Thursday evening.
‘Tis the season for giving, but the one thing you don’t want to get is a stomach bug. Click here to find out how to keep health in your holidays.
COLUMBIA S.C. (WOLO)- Del Monte Inc is Recalling 64,242 cases of its Fiesta Corn seasoned with red and green peppers., due to under-processing. Food and Drug Administration issues recall for Del Monte Fiesta Corn According to the Food and Drug Administration, the affected corn includes spoilage organisms or pathogens that could cause life- threatening illnesses if consumed. Fiesta Corn was…
The CDC is warning consumers to double check the meat in their freezer after millions of pounds of Salmonella tainted beef sickens dozens.
A 4 point 4 magnitude earthquake shook many people out of their sleep early Wednesday. A quake so intense some say it could be felt in Atlanta.
Charleston, SC (WOLO) —Several environmental groups are suing the federal government over the authorization of seismic airgun blasting. Airgun blasting is used to search for oil and gas below the ocean’s surface. The groups say the blasting can harm marine life. The lawsuit is directed at the National Marine and Fisheries Service for issuing air gun blasting permits to five…
A mother is behind bars accused of killing her infant son and leaving him in a South Carolina landfill. Hear what the newborn’s father is saying tonight.
After a massive romaine lettuce recall due to an E-coli outbreak, the Food and Drug Administration says it’s safe to eat again.