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A high stakes game of cat and mouse. We’ve got new details on this week’s mid-air crash involving two F-16 jets. With more than $12,000,000 on the table, neighbors in northeast Richland County weigh in on plans to widen Clemson Road. The options on the table have nothing to do with cars. We’ll explain. Remember how hot it was late…

At 11: Clinton speaks, Gamecocks celebrate, Big Cat gets loose

Super Tuesday. Super coverage. A preview of your local, national, sports, and weather headlines you'll see at 11.

Hillary Clinton is speaking right now from the Brooklyn Navy Yard after tonight’s Super Tuesday 5 primaries. It’s also a moment in American political history as Clinton becomes the first woman to win the presidential nomination of any party. She says, “Tonight’s victory is not about one person. It belongs to generations.” We’ll have more from the campaign trail as…

Watch: Road Re-opens 8 months after October Flood

A road that was destroyed in October's once-in-a-lifetime flood re-opened Tuesday.

Columbia, S.C. (WOLO) — Transportation officials are looking to improve area roads and area Dams, after the October Flood. They’re holding a meeting for neighbors in Batesburg Leesville Wednesday. In Forest Acres, A road that was destroyed in October’s once-in-a-lifetime flood re-opened Tuesday. Rockbridge Road in Arcadia Lakes, near Forest Acres, was completed eight months after the flood and ahead…

Tonight at 11 on ABC Columbia News

Here's a look at what's coming on the news!

Here’s a look at what’s coming up tonight at 11 on ABC Columbia News: A lot of baseball being played tonight in South Carolina. Just learned from our crew at Founders Park that USC Gamecock Head Coach Chad Holbrook got ejected from the game. Tim Hill and Mike Gillespie will show you how it all went down. A brighter future…

Tonight at 11 on ABC Columbia News

Your nightly preview to the 11 p.m. news on ABC Columbia awaits you

Tonight at 11 on ABC Columbia News: From coast to coast today, those who have died serving our great land were honored. You’ll see some of the stories of sacrifice and honor. Outrage grows after a gorilla named Harambe is shot dead at the Cincinnati Zoo. His death has reignited the debate about zoos and their purpose. A 13 year-old…

Tonight at 11

Your nightly preview of ABC Columbia News at 11

Here’s a look at what’s coming up at 11 on ABC Columbia News: -The latest on the former chief justice of the SC Supreme who went missing today from his home in Northeast Columbia. Where Ernest Finney, Jr. was found and the efforts to find him were urgent. -More details are known about the shooting outside the White House today….

UPDATE: Former Chief Justice located

Sheriff: Ernest A. Finney Jr. was found in Lee County. He is in good condition.

Columbia, S.C. (WOLO) —Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott says former Chief Justice Ernest A, Finney Jr. has been located in Lee County. Finney was located in good condition but will be checked by EMS as a precaution. Lott says at 4:30 PM on Friday the former Chief Justice had left his home in a vehicle. The Sheriff says Finney has…

We’re live at 11 in a few!

Your news is coming up next. Here's what we're working on tonight:

It’s been a #TGIT night of primetime on ABC Columbia. Your news is coming up next. Here’s what we’re working on tonight: You don’t have a household name like Haley, Staley, Spurrier, or Muschamp to be one of our ‘Midlands Most Fascinating’ People. You’ll meet the brilliant mind behind an app and computer software that boasts customers like Boeing and…

Breaking News: EgyptAir Flight 804 disappears from radar

The Airbus A320 had 59 passengers and 10 crew members.

(CNN) — An EgyptAir flight heading from Paris to Cairo disappeared from radar with 69 people on board, the airline said. The plane was flying at 37,000 feet when it disappeared shortly after entering Egyptian airspace, the airline tweeted. The Airbus A320 had 59 passengers and 10 crew members. In a statement on its website, Charles de Gaulle Airport said…

3 Reasons to Watch at 11

Sure, there are more than 3 reasons to watch. But, why complicate this. Let's keep it simple, people.

So, the ‘3 Reasons to Watch’ grabbed your attention, didn’t it? Well, now that I’ve got your attention I won’t waste your valuable time. Let’s get to the list: Photo Finish in Kentucky: Watching the primary coverage of the tight contest between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders felt like a close race at Churchill Downs. OK, maybe not quite that…