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Presidential Conventions

There are less than 84 days left before you head to the polls and both South Carolina Republicans and democrats are gearing up for conventions they hope will energize their parties.

Cottontown Votes Against Treatment Facility

Plans for an alcohol and drug treatment facility in historic downtown Columbia are shot down, as residents claim, 'Not in my back yard.' However, the battle over whether a drug treatment facility can be housed near the neighborhood may not be over.

Man Dies After Struck By Train in Cherokee County

GAFFNEY, S.C. (AP) _ Authorities are trying to identify a man who died after he was struck by a train in Cherokee County. Coroner Dennis Fowler says the man was lying on train tracks in Gaffney when an Amtrak train hit him at around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Coffee + Smart Phone = Happy?

If you think your smart phone is really handy, wait until you hear about the latest app that is going to help you in your morning caffeine fix. Crysty Vaughan has a look at this edition of the Consumer Minute.

South Carolinians React to Romney's Running Mate

With just a few months left before the voters head to the polls both Republican and Democratic parties are hitting the campaign trail as hard as possible. Some say Romney choice as a running mate may give him a slight lead here in the Palmetto State.

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