Vandy swaps coaches, not philosophy

The reins at Vanderbilt were handed from one Palmetto State native to another, from a low-key Columbia native to a quip-a-minute son of Pageland.The expectations, however, remain the same: low. Very low.Vanderbilt begins its 121st season of football ne… Read More

Community support helps local minister deliver fans to families in need

Rock Hill, SC — Thursday Morning, Rev. Ronal King with Christians to Feed the Hungry joined joined Jay Taylor and Sheila Caldwell on WRHI’s Palmetto Mornings to make an appeal for those in need during the heatwave sweeping the southeast — an appeal for box fans — for local residents who can’t afford to [...] Read More

Free foreclosure counseling in Columbia Saturday, for homeowners state wide (AUDIO)

The South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority will offer free clinics in Columbia on Saturday for struggling homeowners state wide who are facing foreclosure. Housing authority spokesman Clayton Ingram says, “Foreclosure filings are still on the rise—one in every 700 has received a filing, and that was last year’s figure.” Ingram says if you’re facing [...] [...] Read More

Stewart Sprints to Pocono Pole

Tony Stewart rebounded from what looked to be a good night of Sprint Car racing on Thursday by winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole on Friday for the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono Raceway. Read More

Collins defense in Newberry court today, requests gag order

Filed by Heather Hawkins of affiliate WKDK, Newberry Media has swirled around the June 2 murder of Anthony Hill, after which his body was dragged for miles behind a truck. Defense for Gregory Collins, who has been arrested but not indicted yet with the murder, made a motion today to suppress pretrial publicity. Solicitor Jerry Peace [...] [...] Read More