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University to get Apple store run by students

The University of South Carolina has announced that a store selling Apple products is coming to its campus in Columbia in early 2021 - and will be managed largely by students as part of their curriculum.

Squirrelly situation: Critter causes South Carolina outages

A section of South Carolina’s capital city was without power Monday after a squirrel scurrying across equipment caused damage that led to a blackout.

SC health officials warn of fall surge in COVID-19 cases

As South Carolina health officials warn of a fall surge in COVID-19 cases, the state’s capital city has voted to extend and strengthen its ordinance requiring people to wear masks.

South Carolina sets new record for absentee ballot voting

More than half a million South Carolinians have cast absentee ballots for the Nov. 3 election.

Missing University of South Carolina student found dead near quarry

Officials say a University of South Carolina student who went missing over the weekend has been found dead near a quarry after a two-day search.

Results of 24,000 COVID-19 cases reported in SC after error

South Carolina have publicly announced the results of nearly 24,000 COVID-19 tests, a backlog of nine days of testing health officials said were caused by glitches as they upgraded an electronic database for results.

South Carolina police officer fired over racial slur

A police officer in South Carolina’s capital city has been fired two days after videos were posted on social media showing him saying a racial slur during a confrontation outside a bar.

Suits: Teens sexually assaulted, beaten at SC juvenile center

Two South Carolina lawsuits allege that four teenage girls were sexually assaulted and another beaten at a state juvenile facility last December.

There’s only 1 ride at this year’s SC State Fair — your car

Officials with the South Carolina State Fair are still planning to hold a scaled-down version of of the event this year in what they’re calling an effort to give the community a bright spot amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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WWAY 5th Quarter: March 5, 2021

Week two of the high school football season didn't disappoint across the Cape Fear with 11 teams in action. Sports Director Tanner Barth brings you all highlights and final scores on this weeks 5th Quarter.  

Driver crashes into a P.T.’s Grille

Earlier this week, a driver accidentally drove right into a P.T.'s Grille.

Whiteville native makes it to American Idol

A born and bred Columbus County man will soon be on TV screens across the nation.

Church takes communion from the pulpit to the parking lot

Port City Community Church  held a drive thru communion Friday, hoping to reach out to church members who still feel unsafe coming to in-person services.