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    Envision SC - Anita Zucker CEO Intertech Group, Inc.

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    Anita Zucker is an education advocate for South Carolina.A brief biography for Anita Zucker:Hometown: Jacksonville, Florida Education: B.A., Education, University of Florida; M.A. Educational Administration More>>

    Envision SC - Dr. Walter Edgar

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    Retired professor, Dr. Walter Edgar, discusses his view about the importance of education as it relates to beconming an econominc power globaly. More>>

    Envision SC - Secretary Richard Riley

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    Richard Riley is the former Secretary of Education under President Bill Clinton, he discusses his views on the importance of diversity in South Carolina. More>>

    Envision SC - Linda Ketner

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    Linda Ketner is president of the KSI Corporation, a philanthropist and an advocate for justice in South Carolina. More>>

    Envision SC - Judge Alex Sanders

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    Judge Alex Sanders gives advice to students entering colleges and universities in South Carolina.A brief biography of Judge Alex Sanders:Hometown: Columbia, South CarolinaEducation:B.S., University of More>>

    Envision SC - Hayne Hipp, former CEO Liberty Corp.

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    The former CEO of the Liberty Corporation, Hayne Hipp, has many views on how South Carolinians can overcome the divides that separate the state geographically. More>>

    Envision SC - Brad Wyche

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    Brad Wyche thinks South Carolina should make protection of its natural resource a top priority. More>>

    Envision SC - Kerri Forrest

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    Kerri Forrest wears many hats, owner, social creative director of Institutional Advancement for American College of the Building Arts, journalist, producer and media consultant. More>>

    Envision SC - Josephine Humphreys

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    Jospehine Humphreys shares her views on nuturing the arts in South Carolina. More>>

    Envision SC - Retired Maj. General Charles Bolden inspires children to reach for the stars

    Charles Bolden is a Major General in the U.S. Marine Corps (retired) and currently serves as an Administrator for NASA. Charles Bolden is a Major General in the U.S. Marine Corps (retired) and currently serves as an Administrator for NASA.
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    Charles Bolden is a Major General in the U.S. Marine Corps (retired) and currently serves as an Administrator for NASA.A brief biography for Charles Bolden:Hometown: Columbia, South CarolinaEducation: More>>

    Envision SC - Ken Canty gives advice to young people about changing the system

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    Ken Canty is the owner, president and CEO of Freeland Construction. More>>

    • Knoxville woman finds body under deck during Easter egg hunt

      Knoxville woman finds body under deck during Easter egg hunt

      April 18, 2014 07:19 AM 2014-04-20 00:38:25 GMT
      A mother was shocked to discover the odor she'd smelled was a dead body underneath the deck of her Knoxville home.
      A mother was shocked to discover the odor she'd smelled was a dead body underneath the deck of her Knoxville home.
    • Flash flooding closes several roads in Downtown Charleston

      Flash flooding closes several roads in Downtown Charleston

      Saturday, April 19 2014 10:39 AM EDT2014-04-19 14:39:02 GMT
      Fishburne and Killian Streets, Downtown CharlestonFishburne and Killian Streets, Downtown Charleston
      The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued a flash flood warning for parts of Charleston and Berkeley Counties until 2:15 a.m. Saturday.Flash flooding has already closed several roads in Downtown Charleston. According to Charleston Police, the following streets are closed, as of 12:15 a.m. Saturday: · Area Bounded by Calhoun, Ashley, Rutledge, Bennett, Gadsden · Calhoun Street Lane 2 from Ogier to Rutledge · Ogier Street from Calhoun to Vanderhorst · Ashley Avenue North of Fishburn...
      The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued a flash flood warning for parts of Charleston and Berkeley Counties until 2:15 a.m. Saturday.Flash flooding has already closed several roads in Downtown Charleston. According to Charleston Police, the following streets are closed, as of 12:15 a.m. Saturday: · Area Bounded by Calhoun, Ashley, Rutledge, Bennett, Gadsden · Calhoun Street Lane 2 from Ogier to Rutledge · Ogier Street from Calhoun to Vanderhorst · Ashley Avenue North of Fishburn...
    • More evidence mounts in case of missing Gaboon Viper

      More evidence mounts in case of missing Gaboon Viper

      Friday, April 18 2014 7:00 PM EDT2014-04-18 23:00:58 GMT
      (WCBD) More evidence has surfaced that lead experts to believe that the Gaboon Viper is still on the loose in Harbor Pointe Apartments. What is now only pieces of the snake's skin was approximately 95% of the shed skin when it was found, only missing part of the head.
      (WCBD) More evidence has surfaced that lead experts to believe that the Gaboon Viper is still on the loose in Harbor Pointe Apartments. What is now only pieces of the snake's skin was approximately 95% of the shed skin when it was found, only missing part of the head.
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