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Chapin, Dutch Fork win cheerleading state titles

Chapin and Dutch Fork continued their cheerleading dominance Saturday at the South Carolina High School League state championships. Dutch Fork captured the Class 5A title, while Chapin won the Class 4A title at Colonial Life Arena. The Eagles added to their record total with their 13th championship.

THE STATE - 2017-11-19 03:39:00

Chapin Cheerleaders in state finals

Field sobriety test video footage of S.C. Sen. Paul Campbell S.C. Sen. Paul Campbell was arrested on charges of DUI and lying to the police after he was involved in a crash on Nov. 4. His field sobriety test was captured by a trooper's dashcam. Latest News Here are some of the NC references in

THE STATE - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Chapin celebrates the holiday season with market for marching band

This weekend's Second Annual Chapin Band Holiday Market is just one way for you to celebrate this "Season of Giving." The market kicks off on Saturday, November 18 in the Chapin High School cafeteria from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event features over 60 local vendors showcasing homemade gifts, wood work,


Lexington woman killed in vehicle accident early Sunday morning

Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the individual who died as a result of a single-vehicle accident. The accident that occurred on Old Orangeburg Road near YMCA Road in Lexington just after midnight, Sunday. According to Fisher, Ms. Shauntee Latoya Wilson, 39, of Lexington was p

COLADAILY.COM - 2017-11-19 13:28:26

Laura DuBose, Tim Cumalander marry

Laura DuBose McNaughton and Timothy David "Tim" Cumalander, both of Chapin, were united in marriage Oct. 15 at the Millstone at Adams Pond in Columbia. Bishop Randy L. Caulder officiated the 10 o'clock ceremony. A reception followed at the Millstone. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Bruce DuBose of

THE STATE - 2017-11-19 05:01:00

We're counting down the biggest traffic headaches in Lexington County. Here's No. 5

Editor's note: The State this week is looking at the five worst traffic headaches in Lexington County. Today is No. 5: Columbia Avenue in Chapin. We're not including in this series Columbia's infamous Malfunction Junction - the merger of I-26, I-20 and I-126 - because state transportation officials

THE STATE - 2017-11-19 13:41:00

Thief Takes Thousands in Cigarettes from Lexington Stores

Lexington County, SC (WLTX) - Lexington County deputies are looking for a suspect stole thousands of dollars in cigarettes from two stores in one night. Deputies say the suspect first used a hammer to break in the front door of the Gat's Market on Corley Mill Road. The person took several boxes of c

WLTX.COM - 2017-11-18 23:23:27

4 killed in 3 overnight shootings in the Midlands

A violent night in the Midlands left four people dead and a fifth person injured in three separate shootings. The first shooting happened around 7:30 p.m. Saturday on Mountain Brook Drive, which is just off Leesburg Road in Richland County, according to Lt. Curtis Wilson of the Richland County Sher

THE STATE - 2017-11-19 16:13:00

Yakima council contemplates car tab fee as part of budget

For the fourth time in about a year, a proposed car tab increase of up to $20 is being raised in the city of Yakima. Last year, the majority of City Council members seemed to support raising car tabs to pay for street and sidewalk projects. But they backed away three times after critics said the fee

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2017-11-19 16:04:00

Santa Returns to Yakima Valley

YAKIMA, WASH.- Santa made a surprise appearance at the Yakima Valley Mall. Santa has been a holiday tradition at the mall since the 1970's, and to add to the man in the red suite making his first appearance in Yakima this year, the mall put together several holiday festivities for families. "At toda

KIMA TV - 2017-11-18 19:26:45

National Civil Rights Organization Hosts Community Forum on DACA

TOPPENISH, Wash.- A national civil rights organization came to Heritage University to inform the community about what's currently going on with DACA. "As you know the president gave the deadline of March that the program would go away. Leaving over 800,000 people in the United States in legal limbo

KIMA TV - 2017-11-18 18:50:02

The real reason why the Yakima Police Department is understaffed

YAKIMA Wash. -- The Yakima Police Department has been understaffed for a couple of years now and some people are concerned that this is affecting the high crime in the city. At a recent public safety forum, community members talked about the violence in Yakima and how they feel like police officers


Yakima investors aim to buy Yakima Speedway, build mixed-use development

After nearly 60 years, the checkered flag is poised to fall for the Yakima Speedway. Ted Pollock, the racetrack's owner of 51 years, is in the process of selling the speedway and the Yakima Ice Rink to a group of Yakima investors which plans a mixed-use development, including a hotel, offices, shops

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2017-11-18 06:00:00

Yakima Herald-Republic: An experiment could affect how motorists pay for roads | Tri-City Herald

A universal topic that prompts communal automotive grumbling is Washington state's gasoline tax; at 49.4 cents per gallon, it's one of the highest in the country. In 2015, a phased-in bump-up of 11.9 cents per gallon raised the tax to its current level, with legislative supporters arguing the incre

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2017-11-17 21:13:00

City planning for possibility of Tieton Dam breaking and flooding most of Yakima.

YAKIMA, Wash.- "At some point, it's just going to go and we would have that massive wall of water." Charles Erwin is Yakima's emergency management specialist and said the city has prepared for the possibility of the Tieton Dam breaking. They've worked with the Bureau of Land Management to see how mu


50 officers growing facial hair for a good cause in Yakima

YAKIMA, WA - For the first time in over thirty years, The Yakima Police Department is allowing officers to grow facial hair for a good cause. They're taking part in No Shave November to support family, friends, and those in the community dealing with cancer. Each employee involved is donating a mini


Santa Maria woman killed by vehicle backing up in driveway

A Santa Maria woman was killed after she was struck by a reversing vehicle. (Scott Wheeler/KCOY) SANTA MARIA, Calif. - A Santa Maria woman is dead after she was struck by a vehicle that was backing into a driveway Saturday morning. Santa Maria police were dispatched to the home on the 600 block of A

KEYT - 2017-11-18 23:32:23

Health Effects Of Global Warming On Humans

The EPA's "endangerment finding" classified carbon dioxide as a pollutant and claimed that global warming will have adverse effects on human health. Real research says the opposite: cold is deadlier. The scientific evidence shows that warming is good for health. This is discussed in detail in chapte


A bubble or a boom? That's the question vexing housing experts in the Reno area

When Cal Eilrich hits Vista Boulevard while driving east on Interstate 80, he breathes a sigh of relief. It's the last interchange on the outer rim of the Reno-Sparks metropolitan area. "I actually wind down a bit," he said.Cal Eilrich, a longtime homebuilder in Fernley, stand outside a home that's

THENEVADAINDEPENDENT.COM - 2017-11-19 10:05:00

Notorious Trump Campaign Protester Reappears, Bannon Honors Agent Terry

Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, addressed a packed house on Saturday at the 2017 Brian Terry Foundation Courage Awards & Benefit Dinner. Bannon was awarded the Brian Terry Courage in Journalism and Reporting Award. The awards banquet was hosted by FOX News Channel correspondent Wi