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As hospitals nationwide continue struggling to operate during the omicron surge, a variant inside the variant is now raising concerns.

Wrights Farm community growing, providing access to fresh produce

Last week, the Biden administration unveiled a new program making 400 million N95 masks available for free to Americans after health officials encouraged the use of these masks over cloth face coverings to combat the omicron COVID-19 variant.

#DEVELOPING | The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting that left a pregnant woman injured and her car stolen.

Several South Carolina lawmakers want to make it a criminal offense to ask any person about their vaccination status.

Tomorrow, the sun comes back but temperatures will cool down. Even colder air is moving in by the weekend. More details in the Tuesday evening forecast:

Expected Federal Reserve interest rate increase should not profoundly impact consumers, experts say

North Augusta High School is honoring the girls' basketball team after four straight state championship titles.


The Richmond County School District has more than 16,000 students signed up for RCSS Online Academy; that's nearly half of the student population. The deadline to sign up for that option has been extended to August 7th at 5 pm.

Dr. Anthony Fauci last week addressed Covaxin, a COVID-19 vaccine made in India that has not been approved in the U.S. but is finding its way into the social media feeds of the American public.

Evans 11-year-old shows you can make a difference in your community at any age

This video of a Columbia County Applebee's has a lot of people talking on Facebook. What do you think about it?

#BREAKING | The order calls for the closing of public restaurants except for take-out service, the closing of bars, gymnasiums and other indoor recreational facilities, and body care salons of all types.

When it was all said and done the Augusta University community didn't hold back on giving back with over 1,100 stuffed animals being tossed onto the court.

Two people shot at Augusta Mall. Suspect in custody.

Plant Vogtle now has 35 positive cases of COVID-19.