Jack Kuenzie, WIS News 10

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Past articles by Jack:

Fixing Finlay Fountain: What's the Holdup?

Columbia’s Finlay Park was a fun place to be on the day after Thanksgiving. That is, if you were one of the dozens of kids exploring the park’s new playground. → Read More

A woman wore a POW's name on a bracelet. She met him for the fir

For years, Pam Williams wore his name on a silver metal band around her wrist. The name of Col. Jack Van Loan, a Vietnam War Air Force pilot who’d been shot down and taken prisoner by the enemy in ... → Read More

'Nightmare' directive from SC's Chief Justice has courts, cops s

A memo from South Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Donald Beatty has forced judges, attorneys and law enforcement to re-examine how they handle cases in lower level courtrooms. → Read More

RCSD: Man Stabbed By Angry Mom May Be Linked to Other Sex Assaul

The Richland County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the possibility of additional sexual assault charges against a man accused of molesting a 13-year-old girl. → Read More

City will consider water service to troubled Irmo neighborhood

Another round of brown water in an Irmo subdivision could lead to a change in service providers. → Read More

Hundreds protest President Trump's Upstate visit in downtown Gre

Surrounded by the spectacular background of Greenville’s Falls Park on the Reedy, several hundred protesters made it clear they do not support President Donald Trump or his policies. → Read More

Suspect in woman's murder captured, has history of domestic viol

A 38-year-old Richland County man has been arrested and charged with the death of a woman whose body was found inside a burned out home early Tuesday morning. → Read More

USC: Rapper's reluctance requires refunds in Fall Ball debacle

Promoters for a concert that featured rapper Lil Wayne say officials at Colonial Life Arena "created all of the security issues" that prevented the artist from performing at the event. → Read More

Notorious SC doctor-turned-cat burglar dead at 79

Dr. Ian Gale, the Midlands psychiatrist, lawyer, teacher and author who gained national attention for his criminal career, has died after apparently committing suicide. → Read More

Federal Lawsuit: Utility Execs Collected Big Bonuses

A newly filed federal lawsuit included allegations that for many SCANA and Santee Cooper customers, adds insult to injury. → Read More

NFL protests influencing young Midlands players

The issue of NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem has sparked nationwide debate including right here in the Midlands. → Read More

Columbia, Richland County pull permits for nightspots

Columbia Police have revoked the business license for a Vista nightclub linked to the Saturday morning gun battle that left eight people wounded and four suspects in custody. → Read More

Sheriff: 'Jealous' of city's ability to close problem clubs

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott says he wishes he had the legal authority to shut down a business when it becomes a public nuisance. → Read More

After being ruled a public nuisance, fate of Empire Supper Club

The doors to the Empire Supper Club remain shut days after a hail of gunfire wounded eight near the club early Saturday. → Read More

Source: Hip-hop beef over stolen rap lyrics was motive for Vista

It appears the apparent motive for a shooting outside of a nightclub in the Vista early Saturday morning may have been a dispute over music. → Read More

How did one of the Vista shooting suspects remain free despite p

State officials say a key suspect in the shootout that left eight people injured in Columbia’s Vista could have been jailed shortly before the incident for violating his probation. → Read More

WWII bomber takes to the skies over Columbia

They played a critical role as Allied Forces battled for freedom in World War II. → Read More

Despite successes, some Columbia projects not developing as plan

Several major economic development projects are being delayed, scaled back or undergoing conceptual change. → Read More

Florida tragedy highlights challenge for families seeking senior

Medicare records show a “below-average” rating for a Florida nursing home where an air conditioning outage led to the deaths of eight elderly clients. → Read More

Tree damage from Tropical Storm Irma changing the look of Columb

In a Columbia neighborhood known for tall trees, city workers used a bucket truck and a chainsaw to chop one of them down. → Read More