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Exclusive Series: Family Calls for Legalization of Medical Marijuana

IRMO, S.C. (WOLO) – As the legislature prepares to address the issue of medical marijuana, one Irmo family says their daughter’s life is at stake. Tom and Mandy Keefer have four children. Their youngest, Raelyn, has a rare genetic disorder that’s frozen her with the mental capacity of an infant. In her three years of life, she’s also faced enormous struggles…

4 legged healers help our heroes

The Paws 4 Vets program provides service dogs to wounded warriors

  COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – “Our son was dying,” says Carol Mitchell, with tears in her eyes.  As her gaze splits between her son Jeffrey and his service dog Austin, she explains that after being diagnosed with PTSD related to military service, “he tried everything.”  Jeff joined the U.S. Army in 2002, and was deployed to Iraq in 2003 and…

Remembering the classics – of etiquette

Pamela Eyring shares some Good Behavior basics

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)– “Old school rules of etiquette should never go away,” says Pamela Eyring from the Protocol School of Washington, “they put a focus on appreciation and respect.”  Eyring, who is an expert in etiquette, manners and business acumen, suggests that the basics of politeness “speaks volumes.” Eyring says that one forgotten action will set you apart from the…

Fashion for Fighters Show

Thursday, February 2nd

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Do you love fashion, fun, and all for a good cause? The non-profit organization, Cancer of Many Colors, is hosting a Fashion for Fighters fashion show tomorrow. The event will take place from 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at the Holiday Inn and Suites at the Columbia Airport. Tickets are $35 dollars and if you cannot attend you…

A former Patriot talks about….The Patriots

Rick Sanford shares his take on the Patriot - Falcon showdown

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)-“It’s going to be a close game,” says Former Gamecock and Patriot Rick Sanford about Sunday’s Super Bowl 51.  Sanford, who holds the distinction of, in 1979, being the first Gamecock to be drafted in the NFL first draft round in the history of the program.  Sanford went on to play for six years for the New England…