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Man Charged With Murder Following Fatal Stabbing in Columbia,Victim Identified
Matthew Scott Young COLUMBIA,SC (WOLO)- Richland County Coroner Gary Watts is releasing the name of the individual who died Friday after being stabbed. Abdias O. Pacius, 28, died at the hospital Friday morning. Watts said an autopsy indicated the cause of death to be due to a stab wound to the upper
Explosive device from WWII found in Northeast Columbia neighborhood
An explosive device from World War II was found in a neighborhood in the Northeast Columbia area. Deputies with the Richland County Sheriff's Department said the device was found in the Summit neighborhood on Barony Place Drive. The device was an inert World War II training round. Deputies said the
Two Columbia Shooting Victims Hospitalized, Police Say
Columbia, SC (WLTX) - The Richland County Sheriff's Office say two victims were transported to a local hospital after a shooting Saturday morning. The two male victims were shot in the upper body on Silver Oaks Road at 6:30 a.m., according to a report. Their condition is unknown after being transpor
2 men injured in early Saturday morning shooting
(Source: WIS) Richland County deputies are investigating a shooting that sent two men to the hospital early Saturday morning. The two victims were discovered when deputies responded to Silver Oaks Road in the Meadowlakes subdivision at 6:30 a.m. The men were transported to a local hospital in unknow
Coroner identifies 28-year-old man killed in Friday stabbing incident
The Richland County Coroner has identified the victim who died from a stabbing on Friday. (Source: Columbia Police Department) The Richland County Coroner has identified the person who died on Friday after a stabbing incident that happened in the Harbison area. The victim was identified as Abdias O.
Man Shot Multiple Times While Meeting With Acquaintance
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WOLO)- Deputies are searching for the person who shot a man multiple times Friday night. The shooting happened just before midnight at 7648 Garners Ferry Road. Deputies say the victim walked outside to talk to an acquaintance when that person shot him several times in the upper
Deputies Investigating After Two Men Shot in Richland Co.
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WOLO)- Deputies are investigating after two men were shot Saturday morning. At 6:30am Richland County deputies found two men shot in the upper body at the Meadowlakes Subdivision on Silver Oaks road. The men were transported to a local hospital where their conditions are unknown
RCSD: Man shot multiple times during meeting with acquaintance
(Source: WIS) A man was transported to a local hospital in Richland County late Friday night after he was shot multiple times on Garners Ferry Road. Deputies say just before midnight Friday night, they responded to the 7000 block of Garners Ferry Road and found the victim with multiple gunshot wound
Berthoud hires new town manager
The Town of Berthoud has hired Christopher Kirk as its new town administrator. Kirk replaces former Town Administrator Mike Hart, who retired at the end of November. Kirk will take over the job on Jan. 22. He now serves as the assistant city manager in Tehachapi, California, where he led a team to c
Berthoud appoints new town administrator
After several months of searching, the town of Berthoud appointed Christopher Kirk to the position of town administrator Dec. 14. Kirk will officially join the organization Jan. 22, 2018, according to a town press release. Kirk has previously worked for the city government of Tehachapi, California,
SB I-25 closed near Berthoud due to crash
Update, 3:15 p.m.: Lanes are clear on southbound I-25 following the crash. According to a State Patrol of Larimer County spokesman, traffic is moving at about 60 mph through the area. CLEAR:I-25 SB @ Highway 60;All lanes have reopened- CDOT (@ColoradoDOT) December 14, 2017 Update 1:24 p.m.: A semi t
Guest Opinion: Celebrations and resolutions
There's a bustle on the street, the lights are up, and the stores are busier than usual. It's the time when we think about the joy of celebrating the holiday season. At Larimer County, along with celebrating the season, we celebrate our accomplishments this past year, while looking forward to the fu
US 34 to open through the Big Thompson Canyon for the holiday season
LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. - If you're looking to drive to Estes Park this holiday season, we've got some good news: US 34 will be open through the Big Thompson Canyon between Loveland and Drake, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. This stretch of US 34 will be open starting at 4 p.m.
U.S. 34 to open through Big Thompson Canyon for the holidays
Crews work on permanent repairs on U.S. 34 in an area called the horseshoe curve, in the Big Thompson Canyon west of Loveland, in May of this year. When work is finished the existing road will be moved higher and a bridge will be installed which will take drivers above and over the current road. The
Santa visits babies at Medical Center of the Rockies
Jenny Sparks, Loveland Reporter-HeraldOne-day-old Natalia Zimmermann smiles as Santa Claus holds her Friday at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland. Santa and Mrs. Claus visited the tiniest patients at the hospital in the Special Care Nursery. Santa Claus visited the tiniest patients at Lovelan
Hat Tree at library offers handmade creations
The Loomy Knitters of the Loveland Public Library will sell their handmade creations at any affordable price at the Hat Tree at the library, 300 N. Adams Ave. All proceeds from the sales will be contributed to The Friends of the Loveland Public Library. The Hat Tree will be up until Dec. 31. For de
All Day, Every Day At The Meat Department
ALLIANCE - As Terry Girard, manager of the Meat Department at Grocery Kart, demonstrated how to properly cut the perfect size roast before a customer opened the door and simply stated, "I would like to buy a whole prime rib." At that moment, the customer is taken to the back to pick out the perfect
Always Wanted To Work With The Main Street Players?
ALLIANCE - "We don't expect you to be Meryl Streep," Elaine Bleisch, artistic director of the Main Street Players, stated with a giggle. Those who have considered acting and helping with the Main Street Players, this is the meeting to attend. The Main Street Players are hosting their annual membersh
38 Years Of Service - Digmann Retires From Alliance Police Department
ALLIANCE - "You get to do it all," Alliance Police Department Sergeant Joe Digmann commented this past week on the advantages of being a career officer in Alliance. Friday was his final day before retiring from the APD after 38 years. Digmann served much of his career with Marty Patrick, also an APD
Celebrating 46 Years Of Community Service - 'It's Been An Honor And A Privilege'
Alliance Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Susan Unzicker presents a gift to Mark Anderson, who retired as the employment services manager for the Department of Labor in Alliance last week. Jill Langemeier, a longtime coworker with Anderson, later presented a gift from staff. ALLIANCE - "I've a