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Lawmakers To Discuss SC Dealing With Ebola

South Carolina lawmakers want to make sure the state is prepared to deal with Ebola.


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SC Woman Killed In Drive-By Shooting

Richland County officials have identified a woman who was killed in a drive-by shooting.


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Gay Marriage Fight Not Over In South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson says he will keep fighting to uphold the state’s constitutional ban on gay marriage. Wilson issued a statement Monday hours after the U.S. Supreme Court […]


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US Judge Won’t Change Ruling On SC Adult Store

A federal judge has refused to change his ruling that will allow Columbia to close an adult store.


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SC Man Arrested In Boating Death Of 19-Year-Old

A 26-year-old Florence man has been released after being arrested in a May collision on Lake Marion that killed a 19-year-old woman.


Timothy Ray Jones Jr. told police he thought his children "were going to kill him, chop him up and feed him to the dogs," according to court records. (Photo: Smith County Sheriff's Office)

Lawyers For Dad Of 5 Slain SC Kids Want Gag Order

Attorneys for a South Carolina father who authorities said killed his five children want a gag order in the case.


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SC Officials Crafting Plan To Fight Obesity

Health and agriculture officials in South Carolina have scheduled a discussion on ways to combat obesity.



SC Chamber Wants Gas Tax To Bring More Road Money

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce is joining a growing number of lawmakers in both parties who say the state must figure out a way to raise more money for its roads, calling for a combination of tax increases and other sources of revenue.


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4 SC Firemen Under Investigation Over Political Ad

Four Charleston firefighters are under investigation after they were shown giving a “thumbs up” as part of a political ad.


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US Census: Poverty On The Rise In South Carolina

South Carolina’s poverty rate remains the ninth highest in the nation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.





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