Published May 03, 2013
Lexie Kinder has a desk in her third grade classroom at Alice Drive Elementary School in Sumter, South Carolina. But you won’t find her there – you’ll find her at home at her desk. But you will find her robot there at school in her place.
Published April 23, 2013
Her name is An Mathis, but she’s known around town as The Crab Cake Lady.
Published April 12, 2013
For the past three years, China has been turning to the U.S. for millions of bales of cotton. But instead of consuming that cotton and keeping the demand high, the Chinese have been storing it, gradually building its stock up to to more than 60 percent of the world's inventory.
Published March 18, 2013
Veterinarians in South Carolina want state lawmakers to rescue them – from animal shelters they say are taking away their business.
Published March 08, 2013
It's thought that being a frequent flyer brought rewards, not penalties.
Published March 01, 2013
Listen up, men: A recent study found osteoporosis affects males, too - especially if they have beer bellies
Published February 20, 2013
Ann Gruttadauria still recalls her fateful decision to urge her daughter Pamela to go out with friends to see a faded 1980s band headlining a Rhode Island club on a night that ended in unspeakable tragedy.
Published January 31, 2013
One man's big obsession to cross the block.
Published January 17, 2013
Restaurant week in Charleston, South Carolina is a ten day event that is going on now in the famously historic city, now famous for the best food in the South.
Published December 13, 2012
More than one out of three women in the United States are living with cardiovascular disease – and most of them don’t even know it. That’s why, in an unlikely partnership, cardiologists and OB-GYNs in Raleigh, N.C., are teaming up to help saves