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Recoveries rise, death rates drop

The bad news is that 2,560 more South Carolinians have tested positive for covid-19. That was out of 11,569 test results reported Friday. You will see and hear these numbers on TV and in other … more

Former Upstate cop arrested for sexually assaulting 16-year-old Lexington County girl

A former Greenville County deputy who was fired in 2019 after he was arrested on a domestic violence charge is now accused of sexually assaulting a teen girl and soliciting sexual images from her, … more

Man charged with murdering woman during fight over feral cats in Lexington

A Lexington man has been charged in the shooting death of a Gilbert woman in Lexington on Thursday. Sean Eric Malahy, 49, of Lexington, has been charged with murder and possession of a weapon … more

SCANA to pay $137.5M on fraud charges

By Jerry Bellune The state's largest business failure will cost another $137.5 million. US Attorney Peter McCoy announced Thursday that SCANA Corp. … more

Covid claims 2 more county lives

After a week without a reported covid death, Lexington County had 3 in 2 days. 2 elderly deaths reported Thursday occurred Nov. 29 and Dec. 1. The county also had 91 new cases reported … more

Road closures, detours for Sunday's Lexington Christmas Parade

Road closures and detours will be in place Sunday afternoon, Dec. 6 for the Town of Lexington Christmas Parade in downtown Lexington, Chief Terrence Green reminded travelers … more

Rabid bat found in Gaston

The SC Department of Health and Environmental Control says a bat was confirmed to have rabies. The bat was found near Kimmey Road and Fish Hatchery Road in Gaston. There are no known human … more

Lexington man arrested on criminal sexual conduct with a minor charges

A Lexington man is charged with having sex with a minor from Sumter and shooting at the victim's father, said the Sumter County Sheriff's Department. Steven Dwayne Bethea, 29, of Quiet Grove … more

UPDATE: District 5 to revert to hybrid learning for 7th through 12th grades

After 3 high schools were forced to shutdown Tuesday due to staffing shortages, Lexington-Richland 5 agreed Wednesday to revert to hybrid learning for grades 7-12. Students in grades 7-12 would … more

Single covid death ends county record

Lexington County's 7 deathless days streak ended Wednesday, SC health officials reported a middle-aged individual died last Sunday. They also reported: - A middle-aged individual … more
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