South Carolina resident Pamela Dinkins lost her son Eric Washington to gun violence in 2015. Gerald W. Stoudemire has been president of Gun Owners of South Carolina, an NRA State Association, for over 15 years. Both join others as they share their views on gun control and gun violence.
VIDEO: Gun Control - Voices From Both Sides
President and First Lady dance to 'Thriller' for White House trick-or-treat
Ret. Gen. Steve Siegfried to veterans on Memorial Day: "You won your war!"
Seth Beer: 'We want to prove people wrong'
Monte Lee not surprised Clemson is hosting regional
Tree falls on charity home established by TV personality Leeza Gibbons
Reaction: The Gamecocks miss NCAA tournament
Flags wave high at Fort Mill interstate overpass
Young entrepreneurs explain the idea behind 'Smart Straws'
Holbrook: 'We could win a regional or super regional in a heartbeat'
What are you doing at Soda City Market today?
Chad Holbrook recaps loss to LSU, talks NCAA chances
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle welcomed trick-or-treaters to the White House on Monday for a Halloween party. After dancing to 'Thriller' with guests, they handed out candy on the South Lawn. "On this day at least, you don't have to pay attention to Michelle and healthy eating," joked Obama. "The more candy, the later you eat the candy, the better."
CREDITS: The White House
Many veterans and civilians in the Midlands spent part of their day visiting the South Carolina Memorial Park in Columbia. A ceremony was held there and Ret. Gen. Steve Siegfried was the speaker. Siegfried was a former commanding general at Fort Jackson.
Young entrepreneurs Susana Cappello, Carolina Baigorri and Victoria Roca seek to create the “Smart Straw,” which detects the most common rape drugs when the straw is placed in a drink. The three are students at Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami, Fla.
Columbia's Main Street is packed with music, art, food, fresh vegetables and people at the Soda City Market every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you're not going, you're missing out on a 'something for everyone' weekly event. On May 27, 2017, we ask people "What are you doing at Soda City Market today?"