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Workforce Preparedness in the Time of COVID-19The not-too-long-ago tight labor market has quickly shifted to an overabundance of available workers, thanks to the global pandemic.

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South Carolina CB Israel Mukuamu is an exciting outlier in the draftOutliers are associated with uncertainty, but in the right situations, they can yield exciting potential.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations increasing across country as projections show higher death toll by NovemberMore than 131,000 lives have now been lost to COVID-19. A new model from the University of Washington projects the death toll could rise above 200,000 by November.

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EPA gives first approval to products that can kill COVID-19The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has given its first approval to two disinfectants that they say can kill COVID-19.

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Scientists say coronavirus particles linger longer than first thoughtABC News) — There are new questions after a claim recently reported by hundreds of scientists shows that small particles of the virus can linger in the air longer than you may think.

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Thousands of restaurants choose to take part in statewide "Palmetto Priority" initiativeThree weeks after the Governor announced the new program, 1,800 restaurants have already been approved, and 2,000 more have applied.

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Former Gamecock Noah Campbell signs undrafted free agent deal with MilwaukeeCampbell and TJ Shook join Graham Lawson, who signed with the Chicago Cubs in June and Carmen Mlodzinski, who was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates with the 31st selection in the 2020 MLB First-Year Player Draft.

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NY family turns time in quarantine to create quartetABC NEWS) — A New York family is making the most of extra time at home by using their musical talents to bring them together.

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South Carolina Passes New Lactation Break LawGovernor Henry McMaster recently signed the South Carolina Lactation Support Act into law, soon requiring all employers in South Carolina to make reasonable efforts to provide workers with reasonable break time and space to express breast milk at work.

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Today's ForecastLook for lots of clouds with on and off showers on Wednesday. Then things will dry out, brighten up, and get hot for your weekend plans.

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Cayce, West Columbia, Arcadia Lakes latest to vote 'yes' to face coveringsAbc news image Cayce, SC — Tuesday night Cayce City Council members became the latest area to vote in favor of requiring people to wear some type of face coverings as the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise in South Carolina.

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South Carolina Employers Receive Guidance For Responding To COVID-19 ScenariosThe South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has issued interim guidance for employers to rely on when responding to various scenarios involving COVID-19 in the workplace.

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Here is the latest North and South Carolina sports news from The Associated PressNorth Carolina State has hired former East Carolina head coach and Oklahoma assistant Ruffin McNeill for an advisory role on its football staff.

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No doctor's note needed: Medical exception allows some gyms to openFitness19 in Cary had been closed for more than three months, until Tuesday. All the while, owner Josh Asheim was getting calls from members wondering when doors would open.

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As new school year approaches, NC officials can't agree on how to keep students safeRaleigh, N.C. - With the planned start to the school year less than six weeks off, state leaders are still debating how best to keep students healthy during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Father accused of shooting son to death after losing arm wrestling matchABC NEWS) —A father is in jail after losing an arm wrestling contest to his young son which led to a shooting and an 8-hour standoff with the police.

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Clayton councilman criticizes using officers to protect police chief's homeClayton, N.C. - A town councilman wants to put a policy in place for how to handle threats against public officials after Clayton spent $3,600 to provide police protection to Police Chief Blair Myhand last month.

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State's anti-mask law again an issue as lawmakers look to wrap sessionAs legislators gather for potential veto override attempts, it's unclear where the Senate stands on an old law forbidding North Carolinians from wearing masks in public.

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Raleigh earmarks money to help market downtown after riotsRaleigh, N.C. - The Raleigh City Council voted Tuesday to use $300,000 to help get people back downtown to shop and eat, with officials noting business in the central district is down 80 percent because of the coronavirus pandemic and recent riots over police use of force.

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Loved ones remember Fayetteville 4-year-old killed in SC shootingWhile law enforcement continues to investigate in South Carolina, Karson Walker's family is grieving in North Carolina.

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Taiwan donates 92,000 surgical face masks to S.C.Columbia, S.C. - On Tuesday, South Carolina received 92,000 face masks donated by Taiwan. The donation will help frontline medical workers fighting COVID-19.

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South Carolina receives 92,000 surgical masks from TaiwanThe Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta has donated 92,000 surgical masks to help frontline medical personnel in South Carolina in the fight against COVID-19.

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Trump says he will pressure states to reopen schools in fallPresident Donald Trump on Tuesday launched an all-out effort to reopen schools this fall, arguing that some are keeping schools closed not because of the coronavirus pandemic, but for political reasons against the will of families.

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Attorney General William Barr coming to South Carolina on WednesdayAg Barr will join South Carolinian church leaders and law enforcement officials to discuss justice in America.

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New CIU Athletics Director Brings Championship CredentialsDarren Richie comes to the Rams from Webber International University in Babson Park, Florida. As A.D. at Webber, Richie oversaw 24 sports programs, and guided the school to two NAIA National Championships, three NAIA National Tournament Championship appearances, and three Sun Conference Championships.

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Raleigh asking City Council candidates about sexual orientationRaleigh, N.C. - More than a dozen people have already applied for an open seat on the Raleigh City Council, and some are questioning the portion of the city's application where they have to state their sexual orientation.

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Florida DB excited about opportunity at South CarolinaSouth Carolina remains strong position for Dontae Balfour, thanks to some leg work by Mike Peterson.

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Richland Co. pools to open WednesdayRichland Co., S.C. - richland county pools will re-open tomorrow. But don't put on your trunks just yet.

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Charleston receives $21.5 million for drainage project on Crosstown ExpresswayThe South Carolina Transportation Infrastructure Bank approved $21.5 million in funding today for the Septima Clark Drainage and Transportation Improvement Project.

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State takes steps to make coronavirus tests easier to getRaleigh, N.C. - The state Department of Health and Human Services on Tuesday issued a statewide standing order for coronavirus testing, which officials said would make it easier for more people to get tested.

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SC State Fair going forward as planned, for now.SC State Fair ABC Columbia Columbia, S.C. - It may not feel like it outside now, but the South Carolina State Fair is just a few months away and as of now, its on.

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South Carolina nightclub shooting: What we know about Lavish LoungeIt's unlikely that the public will ever know all the stories that Lavish Lounge might tell if its walls could talk.

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Of Small Business, Big Bucks, and PPP in South CarolinaSouth Carolina small businesses received $1.87 billion through the federal Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, and were able to revive 280,000 jobs by accessing the loans, according to newly released data from the U.S. Small Business Association.

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Lexington Dist. One updates meal pick up timesLexington County School District One Lexington, S.C. -Starting Wednesday the hours of service for the summer meal program for Lexington School District One will change.

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Survey: SC 10th fewest COVID-19 related restrictionsColumbia, S.C. -South Carolina is one of the least restrictive states when it comes to the coronavirus in the country according to one study.

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Caught on cam: Waterspout photographed, recorded at multiple NC beachesSeveral images and videos of a water spout were sent to WRAL from multiple sources, who reported seeing the water spout at Atlantic Beach, Caswell Beach and Emerald Isle.

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N.C. Mountain State Fair canceled due to coronavirus concerns :: Out and About at WRAL.comThe fair was set to take place Sept. 11-20 in Fletcher. Held annually since 1994, last year's event saw more than 171,000 people attend.

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Judge rules dozens of NC bowling alleys can reopen amid pandemicRaleigh, N.C. - A state judge ruled Tuesday that dozens of bowling alleys across North Carolina can reopen immediately, despite state orders that have kept them closed for more than three months to limit the spread of coronavirus.

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Earth Heart Growers hosts Back to Earth fundraiser benefiting Joseph Fields Farm this SaturdayLocal nonprofit Earth Heart Growers will host a fundraiser benefiting Joseph Fields Farm this Saturday July 11.

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Meet an ancestor of dinosaurs that could fit into the palm of a handThe reptile would have been around four inches tall, and weighed about pound according to Christian Kammerer, a research curator of paleontology at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

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38-year-old victim in suspected drowning identifiedLexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the victim of a suspected drowning who was recovered from the Willow Cove Road area of Lake Murray.

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Before You Go: 934 new COVID-19 cases; Positive rate over 20 percent; Lowcountry law enforcement receive military gearThe Department of Health and Environmental Control announced another 934 cases of COVID-19 and 19 deaths in South Carolina.

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South Carolina counties, cities mandate face masksWhile Gov. Henry McMaster has said he will not mandate the use of masks and face coverings statewide, several cities and counties in South Carolina have ordered the use of face masks to try and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Trump's niece paints scathing portrait of president in bookA much-anticipated memoir penned by President Donald Trump's niece offers a personal and damning account of the rise of the man who now occupies the Oval Office, according to a copy of the forthcoming book obtained by ABC News.

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SC logs lower number of new COVID-19 cases but reports high deaths and hospitalizationsSouth Carolina reported a lower number of daily coronavirus cases than has been seen in recent weeks, but the confirmed deaths and hospitalizations related to the virus were high on.

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Dear Blanca takes us to the "Overpass" for a new summer jamDear Blanca released "Overpass," a summer indie rock jam to rule the stereo for the hottest time of the month.

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934 new confirmed cases, 19 additional deaths in SCCOLUMBIA, S.C. — The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control today announced 934 new confirmed cases and no new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 19 additional confirmed deaths and no new probable deaths.

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934 new cases of COVID-19, and 19 additional deaths in South CarolinaOn Tuesday, officials with the Department of Health and Environmental Control reported that there are currently 1,324 hospital beds occupied by patients who have either tested positive or are under investigation for COVID-19.

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South Carolina Announces Latest COVID-19 UpdateCOLUMBIA, S.C. — The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control today announced 934 new confirmed cases and no new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 19.

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Gamecocks mourn the passing of King DixonDixon served as South Carolina's Athletics Director from 1988 until 1992. He was a running back for the Gamecocks from 1956-1958 and served as a co-captain during his senior year.

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Real-estate developers refuse to change communities' plantation namesWhen Charlene Smith and her husband Matthew began searching for a place to live in Florida, they considered several communities before deciding on ICI Homes' Plantation Bay.

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Two popular NC beer festivals announce cancelations :: Out and About at WRAL.comDurham, N.C. - Two popular North Carolina craft beer festivals will not be happening this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Former South Carolina RB, athletic director King Dixon dies at 83King Dixon, a former star running back, athletic director and board of trustees member at South Carolina, died Monday at the age of 83.

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'We're paying for it': COVID-positive Atlanta mayor says state reopened too soonAtlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Tuesday that she, her husband and one of their children are now among a rising number of Georgia residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are "paying the price" for the state reopening its economy too soon.

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National update on Coronavirus casesAcross the Nation, health officials say they're concerned with rising COVID-19 cases. Officials point out many people did not take safety measures into mind over the 4th of July weekend.

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'A Gamecock through and through': King Dixon, former USC football star and AD, diesKing Dixon, who died Monday at the age of 83, was a legendary football player and a polarizing athletics director for the South Carolina Gamecocks.

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City of Columbia handing out free masks this week at several locationsCOLUMBIA, SC -The City of Columbia will continue to distribute free masks this week City officials say you can get a mask at the Busby Street Community Center and Hampton Park Neighborhood Center from 9AM-Noon on Wednesday and Friday.

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South Carolina Democrat aiming to unseat Lindsey Graham raises $13.9 million in quarterDevin Nunes' winery, yacht clubs, a resort in West Virginia owned by its governor - here's who got PPP loans.

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US may ban TikTok as security threat: PompeoBut since last fall, U.S. lawmakers have been calling for an investigation of TikTok's relationship with its parent company and the Chinese government and of whether those reported ties pose a counterintelligence threat in America.

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South Carolina's COVID-19 hospitalization stats are no fluke, hospitals saySouth Carolina's COVID-19 hospitalizations have nearly tripled since a month ago, inviting some online skepticism that those numbers are inflated by the testing of asymptomatic people who were admitted to.

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State officials keep executive order in place delaying utility shutoffsRaleigh, N.C. - The Council of State decided Tuesday not to overturn part of an executive order by Gov Roy Cooper, giving utility customers across North Carolina a few more weeks before their electric or water service can be cut off for non-payment.

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South Carolina woman survives attack by 10-foot alligatorA South Carolina woman is being treated for injuries after being attacked by an alligator in her neighborhood.

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South Carolina State has started a COVID-19 fundSouth Carolina State University has started a COVID-19 fund for students and families effected by the virus.

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South Carolina Democrat aiming to unseat Lindsey Graham raises $13.9 million in quarterThe South Carolina Democrat challenging Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham nearly doubled his fundraising this spring, his campaign said on Tuesday, in the latest sign of the mounting campaign hurdles facing Republicans in the U.S. Senate.

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Active coronavirus cases in South Carolina 7/7Charleston and Horry Counties again leading the way in active case numbers. Horry County getting close to 3,000.

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South Carolina Passes Lactation Support ActSouth Carolina has passed another state law protecting working mothers, this time in the form of supporting mothers who want to express breast milk in the workplace.

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The Agenda: More places requiring SC travelers to quarantine; Heavy rain and thunderstorms expected in LowcountryPennsylvania and the City of Chicago have announced travel restrictions for people coming from South Carolina, requiring that travelers quarantine for two weeks.

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U.S. will pay $1.6 billion to Novavax for coronavirus vaccineThe federal government will pay vaccine maker Novavax $1.6 billion to expedite the development of 100 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine by the beginning of next year, the company said Tuesday.

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Taiwan donates 92,000 surgical masks to South Carolina to support frontline medical personnelThe donation was part of Taiwan's fourth wave of humanitarian efforts which included 3.15 million masks to the U.S., according to officials with the Secretary of State's Office.

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Acclaimed Charlotte Restaurateurs Open Leah and Louise, a Modern Juke Joint with Memphis-Style Southern Food"When people walk into Leah and Louise, they'll feel like they're stepping into a blues joint on Beale Street in Memphis."

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Already hard-hit by pandemic, homeless people now face Charleston's summer heatIt's another unexpected consequence of the coronavirus pandemic: Charleston's infamous, sweltering heat is now nearly inescapable for those relying on public spaces for air conditioning access.

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Right at Home Names Kimberly Speaks of Hilton Head, South Carolina, as National Caregiver of the YearLeading in-home care franchise Right at Home is proud to announce that Kimberly Speaks has been named this year's recipient of its National...

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Visit SC state parks for free with Charleston library exploration kitsCharleston County Public Library has partnered with the State Library and South Carolina state parks to create South Carolina State Park Exploration Kits, now available for checkout at your local library.

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Experts rank everyday activities by coronavirus risk levelRaleigh, N.C. - Medical experts in Texas released a chart Monday ranking everyday activities based on their risk level.

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Sheriff: Man loses arm-wrestling match with son, pulls gun in KentuckyAn arm-wrestling contest between a father and son turned violent and led to an 8-hour standoff with Kentucky deputies, authorities said.

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Midlands Mugshots for July 6thTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

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Charleston-based artist Kate March speaks on the topic of 'Underdog' at this month's Creative MorningsTune into Zoom on July 24 for this month's iteration of Creative Mornings Charleston , where you'll hear from self-described multi-hyphenate artist Kate March speaking on the topic of Underdog.

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How S. Carolina will help families with food in pandemicSchools not only provide children with an education, but they also provide meals that many parents depend on.

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Coroner finds Elijah Weatherspoon died from drowning, DNR still investigatingFindings of an autopsy on 18-year-old Elijah Weatherspoon, who was found dead near Sullivan's Island after going missing, were released Monday.

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Tyler Ryan's Tuesday morning forecastTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

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Trump boat parade in South Carolina draws thousandsMany boats in the flotilla had American flags and Trump 2020 memorabilia.

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Man wearing dark clothing killed in hit-and-run in Harnett CountyLillington, N.C. - Deputies are investigating a hit-and-run after a man was struck and killed on a dark Harnett County road early Tuesday morning.

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Raleigh leaders consider canceling large festivals, parades through Oct. 31 :: Out and About at WRAL.comRaleigh, N.C. - Raleigh leaders will meet Tuesday to finalize a decision to cancel city-permitted special events through Oct.

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Coronavirus has stalled police training and hiring in South CarolinaA temporary shutdown of the state's police training academy has left a backlog of men and women who are working in law enforcement but not yet fully certified.

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Former South Carolina football star, AD Dixon dead at 83Former South Carolina running back, athletic director and board of trustees member King Dixon died Monday.

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South Carolina's COVID-19 hospitalizations stats are no fluke, hospitals sayAt least 1,260 people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 in South Carolina, and the Palmetto State's largest health systems say that number is no fluke as coronavirus infections and deaths continue to soar.

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Bucks County and New Jersey officials link COVID-19 spike to travel to Myrtle Beach, South CarolinaLeaders in Bucks County and New Jersey are linking Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to a recent spike of positive cases in their areas.

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Coronavirus in SC: DHEC reports more than 1,400 new COVID-19 casesNote: The coronavirus outbreak is a rapidly developing event, and this story contains information that was only updated through July 5, 2020.

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One killed after shooting at the Rowan Apartments in RichlandRichland County Sheriff's Department says a man has died after a fatal shooting at the Rowan Apartments on Sunday.

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Financial Planning Opportunities During the Pandemic: Part 2We recently reviewed some financial planning opportunities on this program, such as taking advantage of the current low interest rate situation for some refinancing possibilities.

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Sc Lede: Covid-19On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for July 7, 2020, we bring you discussion about a new book on the Mother Emanuel AME Church shooting, the latest on a Upstate shooting this weekend which killed two people and injured eight others, the challenges facing South Carolina hospitals, and more.

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Sc Lede: Covid-19 — A Mass Shooting During A PandemicOn this episode of the South Carolina Lede for July 7, 2020, we bring you discussion about a new book on the Mother Emanuel AME Church shooting, the latest on a Upstate shooting this weekend which killed two people and injured eight others, the challenges facing South Carolina hospitals, and more.

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HBCUs are Havens for Young Black Minds. And COVID Is In the WayAttending a Historically Black College / University is not quite the same as attending college elsewhere.

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3 key questions for South Carolina O-line, including Muschamp's raised expectationsThe State is previewing the 2020 South Carolina football team by position. Some key questions about Eric Wolford's offensive front.

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Democrat Jaime Harrison Raises Record Amount In South Carolina Senate Race Against Trump Ally Lindsey GrahamDemocratic Senate candidate Jaime Harrison brought in nearly $14 million in the second quarter of the year, a record for a South Carolina political campaign.

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Tropical system to bring thunderstorms, rain to the Triangle by lunchtimeRain will move into the area early Tuesday afternoon, kicking off a stormy and wet week, according to WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner.

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Editorial: Be a 'Democracy Hero'Tuesday, July 7, 2020 - Voting in a pandemic presents plenty of challenges. But through the efforts of the State Board of Elections there will be help.

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Children at YMCA, City of Raleigh camps possibly exposed to COVID-19The City of Raleigh also alerted parents over the weekend that children who were attending day camp at Millbrook Exchange Park have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

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How risky is dining out during the COVID-19 pandemic?How risky is dining out during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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Uber to buy Postmates for nearly $2.65B amid heightened demand for delivery due to coronavirusAs demand for contactless delivery, take-out dining and other food delivery service options continues to soar amid the coronavirus pandemic, Uber has announced its $2.65 billion plan to acquire Postmates.

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Over 100 coronavirus cases reported at Tyger River CorrectionalMore than 100 inmates have been infected with COVID-19 in a South Carolina prison where one inmate has already died from the disease caused by the coronavirus.

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Lee Correctional employee accused of drug traffickingColumbia, SC — A woman who worked at Lee Correctional has been fired and charged with drug trafficking.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham reacts to SC COVID-19 response, President Nascar tweetColumbia, SC — Senator Lindsey Graham made a couple of stops in the Midlands Monday.

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South Carolina officer fired after passing out in marked SUV, beer can between legsA police officer in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, has been fired after he was discovered passed out in his department-issued vehicle with a beer can between his legs.

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Tropical Moisture to Bring Heavy Rain to South Carolina This WeekA disturbance over the Southeast could develop into a tropical system if it moves back over water near the Mid-Atlantic states Wednesday or Thursday.

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White woman charged after racist Central Park confrontationA white woman who called the police during a videotaped dispute with a Black man over her walking her dog without a leash in Central Park was charged Monday with filing a false police report.

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City of Columbia continues free mask distribution at area locationsColumbia, SC — The City of Columbia is offering residents free masks to protect against COVID-19.

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Country music legend Charlie Daniels dead at 83Image: John Images —Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels died unexpectedly Monday morning, according to his publicist.

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Real estate company backs agent after online posts suggested she used racial slurs at Raleigh swimming pool :: WRAL.comRaleigh, N.C. - A real estate company reversed course Monday and decided not to cut ties with a Raleigh agent who's the focus of a viral video.

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Braves announce 2020 60-game scheduleThe Braves will open the season on July 24 at the New York Mets, and the home opener will be July 29 against the Tampa Bay Rays.

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Amy Cooper faces charges for filing false report against bird watcherABC News) —The Manhattan district attorney has charged Amy Cooper, the white woman who was filmed threatening to call the police on a Black bird watcher in Central Park in May.

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How South Carolina will help needy families with food during pandemicSchools not only provide children with an education, but they also provide meals that many parents depend on.

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Surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations could lead to fewer elective procedures, plans to free up bedsIn the last month, more than 800 new South Carolinians have been hospitalized due to COVID-19, meaning statewide surge plans could come soon.

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South Carolina officer fired after passing out in marked SUV, beer can between legsA police officer in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, has been fired after he was discovered passed out in his department-issued vehicle with a beer can between his legs.

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A light, a joy: Loved ones remember 74-year-old woman killed by 'celebratory gunfire' on Fourth of JulyFriends, family and loved ones of Paulette Thorpe say she was a positive light, a joy, and someone who brought laughter to everyone.

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100+ coronavirus cases reported at South Carolina prisonMore than 100 inmates have been infected with COVID-19 in a South Carolina prison where one inmate has already died from the disease caused by the to...

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Former Gamecock track star goes viral on America's Got Talent with heartwarming storyShe sang in front of an empty auditorium, but Shevon Nieto's story has been heard by millions across America.

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Dozens of Chapin assisted living residents looking for pen palsIt started with a post on Facebook, with some residents looking for pen pals with a similar interest as them.

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South Carolina man Henry Moody charged in Galivants Ferry shooting death of Fayetteville 4-year-old Carson WalkerAround 3 p.m. on July 4, law enforcement went to the scene in the 7000 block of Millipond Road in Galivants Ferry, S.C. after getting reports of a shooting in the area.

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The Best Mac and Cheese in CharlestonYour search is over for the most mouth-watering mac and cheese in Charleston. Add these 11 spots to your foodie bucket list and you won't regret it.

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South Carolina Mother Calls Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia 'A Huge Blessing' After Fetal Surgery For Unborn Child Amid PandemicThe joy of expanding their family turned to terror when Jasmine Kennedy learned her unborn baby had spina bifida.

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'Keep this area upscale' warns letter to interracial Raleigh familyRaleigh, N.C. - Residents of a north Raleigh neighborhood expressed outrage Monday after learning that a family received an unsigned letter last week warning them against posting any Black Lives Matter signs in their yard.

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Former South Carolina football star, AD King Dixon diesA longtime fixture of South Carolina athletics, King Dixon, died Monday night of pancreatic cancer.

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Chicago, Pennsylvania now among places requiring SC travelers to quarantineTravel orders that specifically name South Carolina have been adopted by at least six states in less than two weeks.

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A guide to coronavirus testing in SCAs daily coronavirus cases continue to spike in South Carolina, free testing locations are expanding.

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South Carolina Sheriff's Deputy Remains in Critical Condition After Being HitCharleston County Sheriff's Deputy Mike Costanzo remains in critical condition after he was struck while assisting a tow truck driver with a disabled vehicle on July 1.

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South Carolina officer fired after passing out in marked SUV, beer can between legsA police officer in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, has been fired after he was discovered passed out in his department-issued vehicle with a beer can between his legs.

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Before You Go: 1,505 new coronavirus cases; Lockdowns as conservation; Sword Gate House soldThe state tallied 1,505 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, with the percent positive rate up to 18.8 percent.

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South Carolina sees increase in fatal collisions over Fourth of July weekendSouth Carolina saw a slight uptick in fatal collisions from this year's Fourth of July weekend.

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Car crashes into Midlands McDonald'sCourtesy: Cayce DPS Cayce, S.C. - A spokesperson for the Cayce Dept. of Public Safety says no one was hurt and no one was charged after a car crashed into McDonald's on Charleston Highway Monday afternoon.

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Safety precautions to consider when staying at a hotel as occupancy rates growThe Charleston Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau says occupancy rates in the area are currently around 50 percent.

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SC continues to see high numbers of new cases, hospitalizations for coronavirusSouth Carolina continued to see high numbers of new coronavirus cases on Monday, with the number of hospitalized patients also climbing.

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South Carolina surpasses national average for COVID-19 infectionsSouth Carolina now has more confirmed COVID-19 cases per resident than the United States as a whole, according to data from DHEC and Johns Hopkins University.

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Potential SEC Media Days reps for South CarolinaEven though South Carolina coach Will Muschamp and three of his players aren't making the chartered flight to Atlanta this year for the annual gathering of the league's media members, we'll still throw out a few names of guys who may have been considered for a trip to College Football Hall of Fame.

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DHEC: 1,505 new cases of Coronavirus in SC, 6 additional deathsCOLUMBIA, SC -The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Monday, reported 1,505 new confirmed cases of coronavirus and 6 additional confirmed deaths.

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Sindarius Thornwell signs with New Orleans as a substituteHis last stint in the NBA came in the 2018-19 season, where he appeared in 64 games for the Los Angeles Clippers.

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Mansueta's departing Workshop, continue weekly Filipino pop-ups at 132 SpringPopular Filipino concept Mansueta's will depart Workshop with plans to set up shop at 132 Spring Street Coffee and Kitchen Bar for an ongoing residency beginning on Friday July 24.

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South Carolina records 1,505 new coronavirus cases, 6 more deaths from virusCharleston Co. leads state in new COVID-19 cases for 13th time in 14 days. State public health officials on Monday reported 1,505 new confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases in South Carolina, and 6 additional deaths caused by the virus.

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1,505 new cases of COVID-19, and 6 additional deaths in South CarolinaCharleston County had the most reported cases on Monday with 326.

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AME churches host free COVID-19 testing across South Carolina from July 8 to 11People do not have to register or get a doctor's referral to get tested at one of the sites.

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8-year-old girl shot, killed by armed men when mother attempts to pass barricade near protester flashpointAn 8-year-old girl was shot and killed on the Fourth of July after at least two people in a crowd of armed people opened fire on a car she was riding in near a flash point of recent protests in Atlanta, authorities said Sunday.

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SC DNR offices reopen with Coronavirus guidelines in placeCOLUMBIA, SC -The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources has reopened its' offices after being closed during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Museum open Sundays and on Tuesdays NightsThe State Museum is extending its operating hours as part of Phase II of its reopening plan.

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Trump makes false coronavirus claimsAs the country's battle against the coronavirus continued through the Fourth of July weekend, President Donald Trump continued to make false claims in downplaying the threat posed by the virus as he instead sought to cast a movement to remove statues immortalizing controversial figures in history as the most pressing threat to the nation.

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Suspect arrested, charged after allegedly shooting at occupied vehicle on Naples PassLexington County detectives have arrested a 22-year-old man accused of firing shots at a man in a parked car.

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Minors caught with stolen handgun, face multiples charges after car break-ins in Richland CountyA 11-year-old and 13-year-old are being charged with multiple car break-ins in Richland County.

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More areas in the Midlands now require a mask, effective todayMany cities, towns and counties in our area are now requiring you to wear a mask.

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Braves' Nick Markakis opts out after 'eye-opening' Freddie Freeman talkMarkakis hit.285 with nine homers and 62 RBIs in 2019, a year after he was an All-Star.

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Charleston's 17 Best BurgersThere's something to be said about an eatery that strives to do the humble hamburger justice - which explains why it finds its way onto the menus of both dive bars and fine dining establishments.

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Police: Shoplifters stole $1,300 worth of electronics and clothes from Lexington TargetInvestigators with the Lexington County Police Department needs the public's help to identify two suspect wanted for stealing electronics and clothing from Target.

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Active coronavirus cases in South Carolina 7/6Charleston County goes over 4,000 active coronavirus cases. Berkeley County becomes the 6th county in the state to go over 1,000 active coronavirus cases.

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Alligator attacks 75-year-old woman trimming plants near South Carolina pondThe Department of Natural Resources said the 75-year-old woman was trimming plants near the edge of a pond in her gated community in the Okatie area on Friday night when a 10-foot alligator latched onto her leg and pulled her into the water.

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Gamecocks celebrate big recruiting week; Clemson's could come later this monthThere were plenty of recruiting fireworks for the South Carolina football program in the days leading up to the Fourth of July holiday.

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The Agenda: What Jaime Harrison will need to do to win; Children's hospitals treating adult COVID-19 patientsLongtime South Carolina politico Jaime Harrison is taking on U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham this year, but to win he'll have to lure votes from traditionally Republican voters, including some who will likely vote for some GOP and some Democratic candidates.

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Broadway star Nick Cordero dies at 41 after long battle with COVID-19Cordero had been battling the virus in an L.A. hospital for three months.

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Free produce box available with meal pick up for Kershaw County familiesKershaw County families who are receiving free meals for their children ages 18 and under can now receive a free box of produce each week while supplies last.

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Florida, South Carolina hit new coronavirus records as cases surge nationwideNew coronavirus cases are exploding from coast to coast, and there are fears that Fourth of July crowds will only make things worse.

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Over two-thirds of Georgia Tech faculty protest plans to reopenMore than two-thirds of the Georgia Institute of Technology's academic faculty are protesting the school's plans to reopen this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic without making face masks mandatory.

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Contour releases two covers in support of arts academy the Black SchoolR&B artist Contour released two covers today, "Sweet Tears" by Roy Ayers and "Go Away" by Strawberry Switchblade.

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Fifth tropical Storm formsTropical Storm Edouardo, forecast to be a short-lived storm, is moving quickly northeast away from the United States over the colder waters of the North Atlantic and is expected to remain at sea.

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Sons of Confederate Veterans installs giant flag along I-40 in Burke CountyHildebran, N.C. - The Sons of Confederate Veterans have installed a large Confederate flag on Interstate 40 in Burke County to show their disapproval that statues are being removed across the state.

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Seven of Raleigh's public pools reopen with coronavirus restrictionsRaleigh, N.C. - Raleigh officials announced Thursday afternoon that most of its indoor and outdoor public pools will reopen July 6, but with limited capacity.

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Gibson Road bridge reopens after massive sinkhole damageSouth Carolina Department of Transportation officials say the Gibson Road bridge is back open today after a massive sinkhole damaged it last month.

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Tropical system expected to bring up to 4 inches of rain to NC this weekIt will be a very rainy week, but it's not because of Tropical Storm Edouard.

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SC state-supported accelerator invests $1.5 million in startups targeting COVID-19While many businesses have fought to keep lines of revenue open during the coronavirus pandemic, some of South Carolina's technology companies have found new ones.

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Children killed in shootings over holiday weekend in Chicago and AtlantaA rash of shootings in Chicago and Atlanta during the Fourth of July weekend left the families of three children grieving over their deaths.

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Alligator attacks 75-year-old woman trimming plants near South Carolina pondThe Department of Natural Resources said the 75-year-old woman was trimming plants near the edge of a pond in her gated community in the Okatie area Friday night when a 10-foot alligator latched onto her leg and pulled her into the water.

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SCDNR to reopen offices to public today amid pandemicSouth Carolina's wildlife agency is reopening its offices that have been closed since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

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A week of ups and downs for SC planemaker BoeingIt was one step forward, one step back for one of South Carolina's most critical industrial employers last week.

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Women Vision SC: Lou KennedyAs president, CEO and owner of Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Lou Kennedy runs a global company out of West Columbia, South Carolina.

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SC Entrepreneurial Update from "The Swampfox"An update of the news, issues, and events facing the entrepreneurial community in South Carolina.

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Thousands attend South Carolina boat parade in support of President TrumpAbove video: Drone footage of the boat parade Thousands of supporters of President Donald Trump flocked to Lake Murray in South Carolina over the holiday weekend for a boat parade.

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Nick Cordero, Broadway actor, dies at 41 after battle with COVID-19Nick Cordero, a Broadway actor who had admirers across the world rallying for his recovery, has died after a battle with Covid-19, according to his wife, Amanda Kloots.

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Tree in Maryland falls on garage during thunderstorm, trapping 19, including childrenNineteen people were rushed to hospitals in Maryland after a tree fell on a garage during a thunderstorm, trapping them.

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Tyler Ryan's Monday morning forecastTo get alerts for breaking news, download the ABC Columbia News App for iPhone or Android.

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South Carolina woman recovering after alligator attackOKATIE, S.C. — A South Carolina woman is being treated for injuries after being attacked by an alligator in her neighborhood.

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Woman dies falling into Grand Canyon while taking photos"Grand Canyon National Park staff encourage all visitors to have a safe visit this holiday weekend by staying on designated trails and walkways, always keeping a safe distance from the edge of the rim, and staying behind railings and fences at overlooks," the park said in a statement.

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Inmate dies of COVID-19 at FCI ButnerA 61-year-old inmate from FCI Butner died from COVID-19 on July 5. Officials said he had pre-existing conditions.

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Rock Hill leaders approve face mask mandate in the South Carolina cityAs COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the United States and in the Carolinas, Rock Hill city leaders approved a mandatory face mask requirement for public area's within the city limits.

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Draughon Draws: Editorial Cartoons From Cbc OpinionEditorial and political cartoons from Dennis Draughon, Capitol Broadcasting's editorial cartoonist.

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Harvick takes advantage of Hamlin's crash to win BrickyardNot only did Harvick race to his 53rd victory to move within one of tying Lee Petty for 11th on NASCAR's career list, teammates Aric Almirola and Cole Custer, a rookie, finished third and fifth Sunday.

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Bryson DeChambeau wins Rocket Mortgage Classic by 3 shotsHe became the first PGA Tour player since 2004 to lead a tournament in driving distance, along with shots gained off the tee and putting.

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Braves' Felix Hernandez opts out of season due to pandemicThe decision came a day after Snitker announced that four-time All-Star first baseman Freddie Freeman, premier reliever Will Smith and two more Atlanta players tested positive for COVID-19.

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Health officials: Wear a mask, help stop the spread of Coronavirus in SCCOLUMBIA, SC -As cases continue to surge, State health officials are sharing ways you can ‘help stop the spread' of the coronavirus.

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Two Dead, 8 injured in SC Nightclub ShootingA sheriff's official says a shooting at a South Carolina nightclub left two people dead and eight wounded.

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2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shootingTwo sheriff's deputies were passing by the club shortly before 2am, local time and heard shooting and saw a commotion, in a crowd of about 200 people.

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Trump Boat Parade takes to waters of Lake MurrayCOLUMBIA, SC -During the Fourth of July weekend, on Sunday, there was a show of support for President Donald Trump on the waters of Lake Murray.

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5 West Virginia residents killed in South Carolina accidentORANGEBURG, S.C. — Five West Virginia residents were killed in a multi-vehicle collision on Interstate 26 in South Carolina, a coroner said.

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Family of 9 recovers after being infected with COVID-19 during celebrationApocia Singleton and eight other family members tested positive for COVID-19 after a Father's Day Celebration.

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shootingA shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shootingTwo people are dead and at least eight others are injured following an overnight shooting in a South Carolina nightclub.

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What you need to know about coronavirus in South Carolina, North Carolina, GeorgiaHere you'll find the latest number of coronavirus cases in the Carolinas and Georgia. This is also a one stop-shop for all the breaking news and latest headlines on coronavirus.

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5 West Virginia Residents Killed In Multi-Vehicle Collision In South CarolinaFive people from West Virginia were killed in a multi-vehicle crash along Interstate 26 in South Carolina.

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DHEC has conducted nearly 475,000 Coronavirus tests in SCMore and more South Carolina residents are getting tested for Coronavirus. According to DHEC, as of Saturday, a total of 473,543 tests have been conducted in the state.

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Two killed, eight hurt in South Carolina nightclub shootingA shooting at a nightclub early on Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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Former Xavier soccer player drowns in South CarolinaA former Xavier University soccer player drowned over the weekend. Derrick Otim, 24, was a recent graduate of Xavier.

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Three North Carolina entrepreneurs are bringing shade back to the beachDane and Scott Barnes, two brothers who grew up in Winston-Salem, and their friend, Alex Slater, came up with the idea for their invention-later named the Shibumi Shade-after spending years lugging heavy and ineffective canopies and umbrellas to Emerald Isle for their annual family vacation.

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South Carolina news: Nightclub shooting kills two people and leaves eight woundedTEN people were shot in a nightclub after an outbreak of violence occurred in South Carolina, US.

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South Carolina recruiting rewindCommitments help out, but there are always plenty of South Carolina Gamecocks recruiting stories posted on TheBigSpur.

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Active coronavirus cases in South Carolina 7/5This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged Charleston, Columbia, coronavirus, Greenville, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Spartanburg on July 5, 2020 by sctvman.

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2 dead, 8 others injured in shooting at South Carolina nightclub, officials sayTwo people are dead and eight others injured after a shooting at a South Carolina nightclub, according to Lt.

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Two dead, eight wounded in South Carolina nightclub shootingTen people were shot early on Sunday in a Greenville, South Carolina, nightclub in an outburst of suspected gang-related violence that killed two people and critically injured two others, police said.

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shootingA shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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Daily COVID-19 updates: 1,463 new cases, how to protect yourself as cases rise and businesses reopenThe state Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 1,463 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in the state on Sunday, with 276 new cases coming in Charleston County alone.

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South Carolina wildlife agency to reopen offices to publicSouth Carolina's wildlife agency is reopening its offices that have been closed since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

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COVID-19 cases continue to test SC resources with record number of hospitalizationsSouth Carolina logged eight more coronavirus deaths on Sunday, bringing the statewide total to 813 as public health officials say more testing facilities are ramping up.

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DHEC: 1,463 new Coronavirus cases in SCCOLUMBIA, SC -The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Sunday announced 1,463 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 8 additional confirmed deaths.

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DHEC reports 1,463 cases in South Carolina, 8 additional deathsOn Sunday, theSouth Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced 1,463 new confirmed cases and 2 new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 8 additional confirmed deaths and 1 new probable death.

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South Carolina wildlife agency to reopen offices to publicSouth Carolina's wildlife agency is reopening its offices that have been closed since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

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State warns against scams, robocalls that have to do with COVID-19 contact tracingScammers are finding new ways to trick you out of your hard-earned money during the coronavirus.

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DHEC: Practice Social Distancing and Wear a Mask to help prevent spread of COVID-19The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control is urging you to ‘Help Stop the Spread'.

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In SC's first coronavirus hotspot, lessons learned could help handle new spike in casesAs South Carolina's first coronavirus hotspot begins a return to normalcy, leaders in Kershaw County have a plan for handling a new rise in the number of cases.

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DHEC hosting more than 40 coronavirus mobile sites across SCIf you are looking to get tested, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control continues to host mobile testing clinics across the Midlands.

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EV road trip from Raleigh to CharlestonUsing trending technology to see a historic town.

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Miller Gallery hosts fundraising exhibit online through July 16Now through July 16 you can shop online art for a good cause at. Online exhibit Art For Change features the work of 19 of Miller Gallery's artists, from $125 to $2,200.

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Two Dead, Eight Wounded In US South Carolina Nightclub ShootingTen people were shot early on Sunday in a Greenville, South Carolina, nightclub in an outburst of suspected gang-related violence that killed two people and critically injured two others, police said.

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Multiple suspects fire shots in fatal Greenville, South Carolina nightclub shootingOfficials are searching for multiple suspects in a Greenville, S.C., nightclub shooting. The event was partially violating the state's coronavirus restrictions since venues across S.C., are closed due to the virus.

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shootingA shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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2 killed, 8 injured in shooting at nightclub in South Carolina: policeNo one was immediately taken into custody. The sheriff's office had ``some suspect information,'' Lewis said at the press conference, but wasn't sure if there were multiple shooters.

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Two dead and others injured in Greenville, South Carolina, club shootingAt least two people have died and several others were injured after a shooting in a club in Greenville, South Carolina, according to police.

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The Politics of Cloth and DyeThere's nothing neutral about the color blue. Enslaved Africans made cultivation of indigo in America possible.

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'This isn't a day to celebrate'; Fourth of July protests pop-up across the TriangleProtesters gathered outside of the governor's mansion in downtown Raleigh on Saturday for a Fourth of July demonstration.

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South Carolina: Two dead and eight injured after US nightclub shootingTwo people have died and eight have been injured after a shooting at a nightclub in South Carolina in the early hours of Sunday, a sheriff's official said.

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Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting, revising figures from 12 hurtGrants Mayor leads 4th of July parade despite governor's plea to cancel.

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shootingA shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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Two dead, eight wounded in South Carolina nightclub shootingReuters) - Ten people were shot early on Sunday in a Greenville, South Carolina, nightclub in an outburst of suspected gang-related violence that killed two people and critically injured two others, police said.

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TOM EARNHARDT: How to celebrate? Take a lesson from natureSunday, July 5, 2020 - We humans are particularly fond of celebratory sound in the form of great music, roaring engines and even fireworks.

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South Carolina: Two dead and eight injured following nightclub shootingSheriffs said they received "suspect information" following the shooting and officers are not sure how many people were involved.

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At least two dead, eight injured in South Carolina nightclub shooting1 Michael Cohen caught at NYC restaurant - it may land him back in prison 2 Man booted from Florida-bound flight at LGA for not wearing mask 3 Yankees pitcher leaves hospital after taking line drive to head 4 This 250-year-old NYC farmhouse is for sale - and shockingly pristine 5 Who's afraid of Ghislaine Maxwell?

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South Carolina nightclub shooting: 2 dead, 8 injured, authorities sayLavish Lounge, a nightclub in Greenville, South Carolina, where two people were killed and eight injured in a shooting that occurred around 2 a.m.

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shootingGREENVILLE, S.C. — A shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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South Carolina nightclub shooting: 2 dead, 8 hurt at Lavish Lounge in GreenvilleA shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shooting: SheriffGreenville, July 5 A shooting at a South Carolina nightclub left two people dead and eight wounded, a sheriff's official said.

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At least 12 wounded in shooting at South Carolina nightclubA shooting at a South Carolina nightclub left at least 12 people wounded early Sunday, a sheriff said.

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Alert: Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting, revising figures from 12 hurtGREENVILLE, S.C. — Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South...

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South Carolina nightclub shooting leaves 2 dead, 8 hurt, officials sayAt least two people were killed and eight were hurt after a shooting at a nightclub in South Carolina, according to officials.

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Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting, revising figures from 12 hurtKanye West celebrates July 4th by saying he's running for president.

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Father remembers 3-year-old son struck in head, killed by fireworks displayA family who lost their three-year-old son in 1991 to a fireworks accident is warning families celebrating the Fourth of July to be careful and safe with their at-home firework displays.

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12 injured after shooting in a South Carolina clubA shooting at a US nightclub has left 12 people in "various conditions" early on Sunday, a sheriff's official said.

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Kanye West says he's running for president in 2020A tweet by rapper Kanye West about an hour ago is going viral and getting nationwide attention.

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5 West Virginians killed in South Carolina crashAccording to the Times and Democrat newspaper, the victims were identified Friday as Justin Cooper, 39, and Michael Russell, 67, both of Calvin, Nicholas County.

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Sheriff: 2 Dead, 8 Hurt in South Carolina Nightclub ShootingA sheriff's official says a shooting at a South Carolina nightclub left two people dead and eight wounded.

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Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 hurt in South Carolina nightclub shootingA shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight wounded in South Carolina, a sheriff's official said.

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Atlanta Braves give no indication of considering name changeThe Braves released a statement saying the team "honors, supports, and values the Native American community."

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Matthew Wolff shoots 64 to take Rocket Mortgage Classic leadSouth Carolina alum Wesley Bryan shot - 7 on Saturday to pull into a tie for eighth place heading into the final round.

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Shooting leaves three dead in Berkeley CountyA South Carolina sheriff's office is investigating after a shooting has left three people dead in Berkeley County.

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