The Cayce Police Department and the Lexington County Coroner’s Office are investigating a body that was found inside a room at the Master’s Inn at 2125 Commerce Drive. They are currently working to determine the cause of death. This is an ongoing investigation and more details and information will beContinue Reading

On December 31, at around 7:30 pm a citizen called in to report they had discovered what they believed to be human skeletal remains in a drainage ditch near the 200 block of Saturn Parkway in Columbia in Lexington County. LCSD arrived and notified the Lexington County Coroner’s Office. CoronerContinue Reading

A Pleasant Hill Middle School student is charged with making direct threats against students at his school. The student, whose name will not be released because he is underage 18, made a statement during a class Tuesday about killing two students and “shooting up the school,” according to an incidentContinue Reading

A Berkeley County man has been sentenced to 8 years in prison for a 2019 traffic crash that resulted in serious injuries to a deputy with the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department. Circuit Court Judge R. Ferrell Cothran, Jr. imposed the sentence earlier this week on Michael Jordan Nichols, 38. Nichols,Continue Reading

Lexington County officials are inviting and encouraging residents to participate in Testing Growth Scenarios for the county’s Grow With Us comprehensive plan. From now until September 19 Lexington County residents will be able to share their vision for the future of the county and provide feedback on how they believeContinue Reading

Lexington County deputies have arrested a man accused of shooting his wife to death at their Gaston home Saturday. The victim has been identified as Kia Riley, according to Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher. Alonzo James Riley, 33, is charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violentContinue Reading

Lexington County 4-H returned from South Carolina 4-H State Congress July 10. The State Congress is an annual four-day personal development event is held at Clemson University. Senior 4-H members (ages 14-18) experience college life by staying in the dorms and eating at the college dining halls. Clemson University personnelContinue Reading