Jessica Mangum, as prosecutor with the City of Columbia, was recognized by state officials in 2018 for her work prosecuting DUI cases. Provided
Joseph Cranney is a reporter based in Columbia, covering state and local government. He previously covered government and sports for newspapers in Florida and Pennsylvania.
Judge Alison Renee Lee ruled that Attorney General Alan Wilson had every right to pay attorneys a cut of a controversial $600 million settlement.
Columbia police are more than 30 days past a deadline required under state law to provide records documenting police shootings.
The Richland council's vote approving a controversial $1 million settlement paid to Gerald Seals in 2018 was invalid, a judge ruled.
Paul Edward Bellar, 21, has been staying with his father in Columbia since July.
Paul Edward Bellar, 21, was arrested and booked at the Alvin Glenn Detention Center in Columbia on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. Authorities named …
A South Carolina judge will decide by Oct. 14 the legality of a $75 million payout to outside attorneys who helped the state negotiate a settlement over the federal government’s failure to dispose of unwanted plutonium.
Renard Lydell Carter, 29, was wanted in the out-of-state slayings of his pregnant ex-girlfriend and her toddler.
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, announces his department's review of a police shooting of Renard Lydell Carter, 2…
Watermelon season in South Carolina draws to a close, but not before the state's growers harvested millions of pounds of the produce this year.