With Super Bowl 50 approaching, it's easy to forget the turbid beginnings to the season for the Carolina Panthers, Cam Newton and Josh Norman. But at the beginning of their now dominant season and still reeling from the loss of star receiver Kelvin Benjamin, former Coastal Carolina standout Norman intercepted a Newton pass. It's easy to remember the rest. Watch this video of Panthers teammates trying to pull the two stars off one another.
The 300-foot tall stacks at the Grainger Generation Station in Conway will be toppled at 8 a.m. Sunday. Santee Cooper officials said on Friday that a series of explosions at the base of the stacks will cause the stacks to fall like trees. The Dolphus M. Grainger Power Station was retired at the end of 2012 after 50 years of coal-fired power generating. The stacks are visible throughout Conway. The plant is located off U.S. 501 bypass near Savannah Bluff. The public is invited to watch the towers fall and plant officials suggest watching the event from the walking trail at Lake Busbee. U.S. 501 in front of the plant will be blocked to traffic for a few minutes as the stacks fall. The bypass exit ramps and a section of Marina Drive will be blocked off for a longer period on Sunday as the dust settles.