Curtis Wilson

Good Morning Columbia anchor helps rescue accident victim

Monica Rivers is seeing who she calls her angel again, for the first time since her accident.

That angel, is ABC Columbia News anchor Curtis Wilson. “He means the world to me. Had it not been for him at that time, the angel that god sent to me. I know we all have angels. God has ones assigned to us. And if it was just for that moment on that date, Curtis Wilson was the angel assigned to Monica Rivers,” Rivers says.

Curtis Wilson talks with Brookland Baptist about plans for teen cafe

Curtis Wilson Live at Brookland Baptist Church

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)_- ABC Columbia’s Curtis Wilson headed out the Young Adult Christian Learning center, run by Brookland Baptist Church. Curtis is giving us a look at the facility and some of its programs. You can check out the interview here.   Categories: Digital Exclusives and Features Tags: brookland baptist, Curtis Wilson

Local Living: We investigate the newest exhibit at the State Museum

Crysty Vaughan takes a look at some of the weekend happenings in Local Living

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– In our look at Local Living, calling all sleuths! Our Curtis Wilson goes behind the scenes to investigate the newest exhibit, speaking with the Museum’s Jared Glover. The South Carolina State Museum is unveiling the secrets of one of the most revolutionary literary detectives in history. You can check out the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes at the Museum….

Safety Tips from Richland County Deputies ‘Live on Good Morning Curtis’

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Our Curtis Wilson is Live with tips from the Richland County Sheriff’s Department in the Monday launch of our newest segment on Good Morning Columbia, called ‘Good Morning Curtis’. Among the tips to keep you safe, Deputies say lock those car doors and keep valuables out of your vehicle. Here’s more. Curtis Wilson joins ABC Columbia as…