State natural resources officials continued their investigation Tuesday into a pair of collisions on Lake Murray in which four boaters died.
Details of what happened in each crash are being gathered while other riders injured in the crashes are yet to be interviewed, agency spokesman Robert McCullough said.
Identities of the injured had not been released by late Tuesday.
-- Tim Flach
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Robber pleads guilty, gets 12 years
One of two men who pleaded guilty to a February 2008 bank robbery in Lugoff has been sentenced in federal court to 12 years, 10 months in prison.
Reginald Malik Watson, 29, pleaded guilty to helping Chad Moore rob the First Citizens Bank in Lugoff on Feb. 11, 2008, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
-- Kelly Davis
Photos to raise money for a good cause
Children’s Miracle Network’s search for America’s Most Photogenic Baby is making a stop in Columbia this week.
Pictures taken during the weekend photo shoots will be on display at Columbia Place mall June 4-5, when the public will be given the chance to vote. An overall voter’s choice winner and a judges choice winner will be selected along with winners in four individual categories.
There is a $35 entry fee per category, and proceeds benefit Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital. Local winners will be announced June 6.
Parents are invited to bring their children up to age 5 to the mall between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday or Saturday or between noon and 5 p.m. Sundayfor a photo shoot. No appointment is needed.
The overall judges’ choice winner from Columbia will compete with 19 regional winners across the country for America’s Most Photogenic Baby.
America’s Most Photogenic Baby has raised more than $3 million for Children’s Miracle Network affiliated hospitals nationwide. Details: www.photogenicbaby.com