Chuck Ringwalt, WLTX

Chuck Ringwalt


Columbia, SC, United States

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Past articles by Chuck:

Honoring Our Military At Fort Jackson National Cemetery

Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Volunteers from throughout the southeast met at Fort Jackson National Cemetery Friday to honor those who served in our nation's military. "Memorial Day is the time that we do things like this, that we remember those that fought and died for us and those that just served. Not everybody that is buried here is a war casualty, but everybody that is buried here did serve," Jerry… → Read More

SC Corrections Can See It All From One Room

Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Nearly one thousand cameras spread throughout our state's prison system are all fed back into a centralized command center located on the Department of Corrections Broad River Road campus. "We have two very dedicated officers sitting behind us now, manning these hours 24/7," Director Bryan Stirling said. News 19 asked Stirling if this system set up was in response to the… → Read More

Students Get A Second Chance To Earn A Degree

One program in Kershaw County is giving students a second chance at earing their GED. → Read More

Wilson Boulevard Repaired 2 Years After 2015 Floods

The historic 2015 floods destroyed the portion of Wilson Blvd that ran adjacent to what was Lake Elizabeth. → Read More

Could We See Legalized Gambling In SC?

South Carolina is now able to decide for itself whether or not to allow sports gambling. → Read More

Lawmakers Reflect On Last Day of Legislative Session

Referred to as Sine Die, Thursday marked the last day of session for lawmakers. → Read More

Man Charged with Arson in $1 Million SC Fire

On April 18 Marvin Leroy Smith-Capers Jr. was charged with arson in connection with a fire in Holly Hill last winter that destroyed three business. → Read More

Pine Ridge Swears In New Police Chief

The town of Pine Ridge in Lexington County has a new police chief. → Read More

Students Lead Kershaw Sheriff Forum

The race for sheriff is heating up in Kershaw County and because of a student led effort, Monday was the first time the candidates were together to discuss the issues. → Read More

"The Wall That Heals" Makes Stop In Camden

A traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is making a stop in Camden, SC. → Read More

Family Remembers Mother Killed in Sumter

A candlelight vigil was held Tuesday for the woman found dead at the Friendship Apartments last week. → Read More

Supporting Families Facing Drug Addiction

The latest DHEC numbers show that opioid deaths alone in our state are passing homicides. Find out what one Midlands group is doing to support families of those affected by drug abuse. → Read More

Attorneys Say Charges Against Prison Workers Are Used As Example

Defense attorneys for 14 former prison workers, charged with smuggling cellphones and drugs into state prisons, say the state is making an example out of their clients. → Read More

At 7 Feet Tall, 15-Year-Old From SC Dreams of NBA

Towering over others his age, Travon Pearson is 7' 2" tall and only 15 years old. → Read More

Chinese Tariffs May Affect SC Farmers

Decisions made on the world stage may have a major impact on farmers in our state. → Read More

Over 1000 Lbs. of Fish Served At Clyburn Fish Fry

Jim Clyburn's "World Famous Fish Fry" took place Friday night. → Read More

Richland Co. Administrator Fired Twice & Still Getting Paid

Richland County Administrator Gerald Seals has been fired twice this month, but is still being paid by the county. He wrote a letter to Council looking for answers. → Read More

Compromise Leads To Possible Deal For Dreher Sports Facilities

After months of heated debate, Dreher High School is one step closer to expanding its sports facilities. → Read More

Bishopville Resident Reacts To Prison Murders

One resident said she's nervous having Lee Correctional Institution in her backyard. → Read More

Construction Continues Along I-77

The project extends along Interstate-77 from the Interstate-20 exits to Killian Road and costs about $90 million. → Read More