More Videos

Rock Hill kindergarten students learn five senses with gingerbread houses 2:13

Rock Hill kindergarten students learn five senses with gingerbread houses

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house 2:40

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house

Watch York County government leaders break ground at future site of $28 million Family Court building 1:45

Watch York County government leaders break ground at future site of $28 million Family Court building

Domtar in Fort Mill helps provide free books for public schools 0:28

Domtar in Fort Mill helps provide free books for public schools

York Prep’s D.J. Burns talks about the Patriots’ busy December 0:36

York Prep’s D.J. Burns talks about the Patriots’ busy December

School bus involved in wreck on West Main Street in Rock Hill 0:14

School bus involved in wreck on West Main Street in Rock Hill

Knights group donates enough money to keep Rock Hill store open 2:19

Knights group donates enough money to keep Rock Hill store open

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood 2:30

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood

York County investigates 3 recent armed robberies 2:24

York County investigates 3 recent armed robberies

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver 1:43

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver

  • Hurricane refugee kitties take shelter in Columbia

    Forty-two cats and kittens from the Beaufort County animal shelter were temporarily taken in by the Columbia shelter while Hurricane Matthew passed through and the region recovers.

Forty-two cats and kittens from the Beaufort County animal shelter were temporarily taken in by the Columbia shelter while Hurricane Matthew passed through and the region recovers. sellis@thestate.com
Forty-two cats and kittens from the Beaufort County animal shelter were temporarily taken in by the Columbia shelter while Hurricane Matthew passed through and the region recovers. sellis@thestate.com

This SC humane society is shutting down, and is searching for homes for its residents

October 12, 2017 08:03 AM

UPDATED October 12, 2017 10:00 AM

More Videos

Rock Hill kindergarten students learn five senses with gingerbread houses 2:13

Rock Hill kindergarten students learn five senses with gingerbread houses

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house 2:40

'Suffering, starving' dogs found at former Rock Hill drug dealer's house

Watch York County government leaders break ground at future site of $28 million Family Court building 1:45

Watch York County government leaders break ground at future site of $28 million Family Court building

Domtar in Fort Mill helps provide free books for public schools 0:28

Domtar in Fort Mill helps provide free books for public schools

York Prep’s D.J. Burns talks about the Patriots’ busy December 0:36

York Prep’s D.J. Burns talks about the Patriots’ busy December

School bus involved in wreck on West Main Street in Rock Hill 0:14

School bus involved in wreck on West Main Street in Rock Hill

Knights group donates enough money to keep Rock Hill store open 2:19

Knights group donates enough money to keep Rock Hill store open

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood 2:30

Breakfast with Santa gets Fort Mill in a festive mood

York County investigates 3 recent armed robberies 2:24

York County investigates 3 recent armed robberies

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver 1:43

State trooper saves life of passed out drunken driver

  • Rock Hill kindergarten students learn five senses with gingerbread houses

    Four-year-old students at the Applied Technology Center in Rock Hill joined high school students Thursday to create gingerbread houses as part of their lesson on the five senses.