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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>>

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    • Giraffe dies after smashing head on low highway bridge

      Giraffe dies after smashing head on low highway bridge

      Thursday, July 31 2014 3:37 PM EDT2014-07-31 19:37:45 GMT
      A giraffe has been killed after smashing its head on a bridge while being transported dangerously on a highway in South Africa, wildlife officials said Thursday.
      A giraffe has been killed after smashing its head on a bridge while being transported dangerously on a highway in South Africa, wildlife officials said Thursday.
    • Screams, panic caught on video as shark charges at swimmers near beach

      Screams, panic caught on video as shark charges at swimmers near beach

      Wednesday, July 30 2014 5:48 PM EDT2014-07-30 21:48:04 GMT
      Facebook image from Dan FlynnFacebook image from Dan Flynn
      A Florida beach cleared out – with the exception of a woman and lifeguard who tried to save her – when a shark was spotted heading straight toward swimmers on Tuesday afternoon. The panic of the 10-foot shark and people screaming from the pier was caught on tape.
      A Florida beach cleared out – with the exception of a woman and lifeguard who tried to save her – when a shark was spotted heading straight toward swimmers on Tuesday afternoon. The panic of the 10-foot shark and people screaming from the pier was caught on tape.
    • First-time lottery purchase pays off for Charleston teen

      First-time lottery purchase pays off for Charleston teen

      Friday, August 1 2014 11:47 AM EDT2014-08-01 15:47:48 GMT
      A Charleston 19-year-old won $200,000 her first time playing the Lottery.  "And I'm going shopping," she said.
      A Charleston 19-year-old won $200,000 her first time playing the Lottery.  "And I'm going shopping," she said.
    • Clemson opens fall practice in Upstate

      Clemson opens fall practice in Upstate

      Friday, August 1 2014 10:13 PM EDT2014-08-02 02:13:05 GMT
      Clemson, S.C.---Clemson opened fall football practice on Friday and the August 1 date tied for the earliest first day of practice in the school’s football history. (Clemson also started on August 1 in 2008). The temperature was unseasonably cool, and it felt more like October 1 than August 1.It led to a spirited first practice for Dabo Swinney’s Tigers, who open the season August 30 at Georgia. “I don’t know what is going on with the weather,” said Swinney. “Today’s temperatures made for a ...
      Clemson, S.C.---Clemson opened fall football practice on Friday and the August 1 date tied for the earliest first day of practice in the school’s football history. (Clemson also started on August 1 in 2008). The temperature was unseasonably cool, and it felt more like October 1 than August 1.It led to a spirited first practice for Dabo Swinney’s Tigers, who open the season August 30 at Georgia. “I don’t know what is going on with the weather,” said Swinney. “Today’s temperatures made for a ...
    • S Carolina opens practice with high expectations

      S Carolina opens practice with high expectations

      Friday, August 1 2014 10:11 PM EDT2014-08-02 02:11:36 GMT
      COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina has opened its first practice of fall camp with a lot of expectations, but not a lot of superstars.Friday's drills were a typical opening practice for coach Steve Spurrier. He had something to complain about - both centers botched snaps. He also had praise for his backup quarterback Connor Mitch, who Spurrier said looked as if he practiced over the summer.The Gamecocks are coming off an 11-2 season and have been picked to win their division in the Southeas...
      COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina has opened its first practice of fall camp with a lot of expectations, but not a lot of superstars.Friday's drills were a typical opening practice for coach Steve Spurrier. He had something to complain about - both centers botched snaps. He also had praise for his backup quarterback Connor Mitch, who Spurrier said looked as if he practiced over the summer.The Gamecocks are coming off an 11-2 season and have been picked to win their division in the Southeas...
    • Police investigating robbery in North Charleston

      Police investigating robbery in North Charleston

      Police investigating robbery in North Charleston

      Friday, August 1 2014 9:26 PM EDT2014-08-02 01:26:20 GMT
      Authorities are currently investigating a robbery in North Charleston. According to dispatchers, North Charleston Police Department responded to the CVS Pharmacy at 8995 University Blvd in reference to a robbery at 9pm Friday night. Details very limited at this time but according to viewers in the area, about 7 police vehicles are on scene. We have a crew in route and will bring you the latest as it becomes available both here on counton2.com and on-air.
      Authorities are currently investigating a robbery in North Charleston. According to dispatchers, North Charleston Police Department responded to the CVS Pharmacy at 8995 University Blvd in reference to a robbery at 9pm Friday night. Details very limited at this time but according to viewers in the area, about 7 police vehicles are on scene. We have a crew in route and will bring you the latest as it becomes available both here on counton2.com and on-air.
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