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Rally temporarily brings Confederate flag back at SC statehouse

The Confederate flag has made a temporary return to the front lawn of the South Carolina Statehouse.

Suspect shot, deputy injured during attempt to serve warrant

Authorities in Saluda County say a man was shot and wounded as sheriff's deputies attempted to serve him with an arrest warrant.

Car hit by chunk of falling concrete from I-77 bridge in SC

A Columbia woman says her son's car was hit by a chunk of concrete that fell from a bridge on to Interstate 77.

Couple’s handicap accessible van stolen on Christmas Eve

A Columbia couple is having trouble after they say someone stole their handicap accessible minivan.

Officials: Student tossed from desk can return to school

South Carolina school officials say a student flipped out of her desk and tossed across the classroom floor by a school resource officer and a second student who recorded the incident have been allowed to return to school.

Threat of flooding forces more people from homes in SC

More people are being forced from their homes by the threat of flooding in South Carolina.

Officer shot and killed at SC mall, suspect caught

Police say an officer has died of injuries sustained in shooting at a suburban South Carolina mall, and a suspect is in custody.

Confederate flag’s days are numbered in South Carolina

After 54 years flying at South Carolina's Capitol, the Confederate flag's days there are numbered.

SC Senate gives final OK to Confederate flag removal

The South Carolina Senate has given final approval to a bill to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the Capitol.

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There’s a reason why French bulldogs are such frequent targets for thieves

French bulldogs, the fourth most popular dog breed in the US (and the smallest breed among the top five), are often preyed upon by dognappers for the same qualities that make them such beloved pets.

Virginia lawmakers down to the wire on key marijuana bill

Talks between Democrats in the House and Senate have been tense in recent days as the two chambers tried to work out significant differences between their versions of the legislation.

2 skiers defy death in descent of Yosemite’s Half Dome

Professional skiers say there's no margin for error, and a small misstep could lead to death.

Seattle ups its outdoor dining game, Seahawks-style

Tickets are $100 per person, plus tax and a service charge. Diners eat their meals under an open-sided tent on the field, near the north end zone.