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Past articles by Joyce:

South Carolina Lawmakers Hope for Sports Trifecta

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- If you were to look closely in both the House and Senate chambers Tuesday, you would find garnet, black, and no shortage of enthusiasm. → Read More

Could South Carolina Legalize Open Carry?

House lawmakers are set to debate a bill that would make South Carolina an open carry state. → Read More

SC House Passes Bill to Expand Definition of Anti-Semitism

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- House lawmakers voted 103-3, passing a bill aimed to combat anti-semitism on college and universities in the wake of recent incidents nationwide. → Read More

Senate Committees Debate Ways to Fix Roads

The Senate spent their Wednesday in and out of transportation and finance committees, as they continue to work on roads legislation. → Read More

SC State University Presents $128M Budget

South Carolina State University presented their $128 million budget to the a House Ways and Means Subcommitte Tuesday. → Read More

Richland County Prepares Election Equipment For Primaries

Columbia, SC (WLTX)-With South Carolina being the first state in the South to vote in the presidential primaries, election coordinators say its important for you to cast that ballot. → Read More

Lawmakers React to Gov. Haley's State of State Speech

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- Although Gov. Nikki Haley book ended her speech around unifying moments following the Charleston Massacre, some lawmakers say her words on the state's big issues in between was divisive. → Read More

Group Against Lawmakers Enacting Gas Tax Increase

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- As lawmakers in the Senate talk about their roads plan, one group is lobbying against passing a gas tax. → Read More

Gov. Haley on VP Bid: 'It's Not Something I Want'

After gaining national attention over the last year and heightened speculation of vice presidential hopes, Governor Nikki Haley told local media Friday that she has no desire of being on a campaign ticket this fall. → Read More

No Compromise Yet in Senate Roads Group

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- Although Senators were optimistic on reaching a roads bill compromise by the end of the day Thursday, they will still be in talks come next week. → Read More

House OKs Big Changes for Moped Drivers

The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a comprehensive moped bill onto the Senate Thursday morning. → Read More

Senate Could Reach Compromise on Roads Soon

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- A compromise on the state's roads plan could be reached as soon as Thursday among a group of senators. → Read More

Master Development Plan for Killian Crossing

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- With the Chick-fil-a in Northeast Columbia off of Killian Rd. set to open up later this week, it joins some of the first in an area that plans to be developed into 400 acres of retail shops, restaurants, hotels and more. → Read More

Stories Emerge of Problems with DSS in Domestic Violence Situations

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- More than a dozen people spoke Wednesday about their experiences with the Department of Social Services, many of which surrounded problems with domestic violence situations. → Read More

Behind the Scenes Look at Columbia's Fireworks

The fireworks show is the grand finale of Famously Hot New Years, symbolizing the end to 2015 and the start of 2016. → Read More

Couple's Stolen Handicap Van Recovered

Columbia, SC (WTLX)- After having their handicap van stolen from their home on Christmas, a Columbia couple got a new van donated to → Read More

FEMA Deadline Approaches, Questions Remain

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- The deadline for federal assistance through FEMA is quickly approaching, and many questions still remain as problems continue to rise. → Read More

Pawmetto Lifeline Delivers Furry Friends on Christmas Morning

Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Six families in the Midlands got a new addition to their home on Christmas morning by way of a surprise delivery by Pawmetto Lifeline. → Read More

Fate of Flood Destroyed Title Max Building

Destruction from the October flood still remains, and one visible reminder for those in Columbia is the destroyed Title Max and Liberty Income Tax building on Devine Street that hasn't yet been demolished. → Read More

Severe Flooding Continues in an Irmo Neighborhood

Residents in an Irmo subdivision experienced the tragic October Flood, but the rainfall Monday night was the fourth time the neighborhood has had to deal with the rushing waters. → Read More