Marc Edwards, an environmental engineering researcher at Virginia Tech, and a group of graduate students collected water samples from several Denmark, SC homes in September 2017 and tested for lead and other contaminants.
Intentionally set blazes, in some cases started by shooting small fire bombs from helicopters into the forest, not only improve habitat for ground nesting birds such as wild turkeys, but they clear brush that makes the threat of catastrophic fires worse on federal lands, state and federal officials say.
The 1940's era billboard on the north side of the Gervais Street bridge on the way into Columbia -- the one that spoils the picturesque sight line there -- is finally coming down, according to Columbia city councilman Howard Duvall.
David Soto has become an internet sensation for having the rare ability to skin a deer in minutes. David works in Dalzell, S.C. at peach Orchard Processing, where they sell a knife named after him, "the Davide Blade." Videos of him skinning deer have attracted millions of viewers on outdoors websites. WARNING: This video contains graphic content.