Al Stevens of a Brookland-Cayce soccer family speaks his concerns about the fate of B.C. soccer coach Kevin Heise.
By Noah Feit
March 19, 2017 10:29 PM
A look at five of the most significant stories affecting the Midlands from the past week:
Big crowd shows support for Brookland-Cayce soccer coach who has been on administrative leave for a classroom incident.
Special prosecutor David Pascoe might do what no other S.C. Democrat has been able to do in two decades – bringing down the S.C. GOP.
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SC black couple arrested, awarded $1.3 million because they were racially profiled by officer.
Nikki Haley adjusts to life in New York, the UN and working for Trump.
Should you worry about all of the Columbia-area restaurant closing recently?
Crane Creek, a tributary of the Broad River in north Columbia, is a hot spot for sewage leaks. This footage was taken March 7, 2014.
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