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Columbia, SC
Anchor and Reporter, WIS News 10

TV news anchor/reporter @wis10. @uofsc grad. Wife of @photogratom. Mom to a puggle. Email- Website- www.carolynfcallahan...

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Carolyn Callahan is an award-winning television news anchor and reporter. She has been honored for her on-air work and her use of social media.

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Lexington County firefighter hoping to walk again after 'freak a - - Columbia, South Carolina — Adam Bacon, 33, is proof that in life, you never know what's going to happen. In October 2014, his life changed forever. "It was totally unexpected. Totally freak accident," Bacon said. "We were sparring at the end of a lesson and I was in a chokehold, and trying to break a chokehold, and somehow I managed to land into the concrete."

A rare disorder changed Lexington girl's life forever - - Columbia, South Carolina — Two months ago, life drastically changed for a little girl in Lexington County. In late January, 2-year-old Kenslie Shealy contracted a respiratory virus. She was admitted to Columbia hospital due to high blood pressure and a fast heart rate. She was quickly transferred to MUSC in Charleston for care.

Chapin High pep rally to support injured lacrosse player - - Columbia, South Carolina — CHAPIN, SC (WIS) - Chapin High School students and staff showed their support Friday morning for a lacrosse player who was injured during a game earlier this month. Jack Enright reportedly fractured his neck March 4th, during a lacrosse game against Lexington. Friday, Chapin High School hosted a pep rally to show support for Enright.

Basketball team's manager to play in junior varsity game - - Columbia, South Carolina — Thursday is set to be a big day for a Lugoff-Elgin High School student. Alex Martin is the manager for the LEHS JV basketball team.

West Columbia boy really wants to build a Sno-Kone business - - Columbia, South Carolina — We receive a lot of mail here at our studios. Recently, one hand-written letter really stood out to us. A young West Columbia boy took the time to share his business plan with us and ask for a little help. "My name is Tradd. For Christmas, I got a Sno-Kone machine," is how the letter begins.

Driver located in Midlands Tech officer-involved shooting - - Columbia, South Carolina — Authorities have located the man wanted in connection with trying to run over a Midlands Technical College police officer on Tuesday night. The State Law Enforcement Division said George Wright, Jr., 40, was driving a green Dodge Neon in "suspicious manner" in the parking lot of Midland Tech's Beltline campus.

Forest Acres police identify man wanted in attempted child abduc - - Columbia, South Carolina — The Forest Acres Police Department has identified a man wanted in connection with an attempted child abduction Tuesday. Police are not naming the man, but the department warned other law enforcement agencies Friday to be on the lookout for him. Chief Gene Sealy said Friday the department has obtained warrants for the man's arrest.

Store Manager becomes Santa's Helper for local students - - Columbia, South Carolina | — COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - Every year around this time, shopping centers are packed with people buying gifts and kids checking in with Santa. For one group of students, their visit with Mr. Claus almost didn't happen. It's not often you find a five-year-old who can steal the show quite like Noah.

Former Eutawville police chief charged in unarmed man's shooting - WBTV 3 News, Weather, Sports, and Traffic for Charlotte, NC — A former Eutawville police chief posted bond after he was charged with murder in connection with a 2011 shooting. Investigators in Orangeburg County say Richard Combs shot Bernard Bailey in May 2011. Authorities say Bailey came to the police station to talk about a traffic ticket issued to Bailey's daughter.

Columbia same-sex couple exchange vows after U.S. Supreme Court - - Columbia, South Carolina | — More than a dozen same-sex couples have applied for marriage licenses since Wednesday. At least four couples were married at the Richland County courthouse. For Frank and Richard Kiraly, they wasted no time picking up their paperwork. They were back at Richland County Probate Court 24 hours after applying.
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Apr 26, 2015

RT @MikeDeSumma: The benefit run goes to support scholarship funds for children of fallen soldiers. #sctweets

Apr 26, 2015

RT @MikeDeSumma: HAPPENING NOW: American Legion riders from across SC concluding benefit ride at State House @wis10

Apr 26, 2015

When we come back we will take you to a surprise reunion in California. This one will make you smile!

Apr 26, 2015

On now: @MikeDeSumma takes us to yesterday's @SCDPS_PIO ceremony to honor those people who died last year on SC roads.

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