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Federal prosecutors: Former South Carolina State chairman should forfeit $850K

2014 December 21 - 11:28

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Federal prosecutors say the former chairman of South Carolina State University's board of trustees should forfeit more than $850,000 following his conviction on public corruption charges.

Charleston airport starts holiday parking promotion Sunday

2014 December 18 - 14:36

So many people took advantage of Charleston International Airport's parking promotion over Thanksgiving that the airport is bringing it back for Christmas.

S.C. State's history integral to education of black students

2014 December 14 - 06:53

Founded in 1896, South Carolina State University was the state's only public college for black students. Born as a land-grant school, the school's students often took their knowledge home to impoverished families working on farms.

S.C. State leaders say school can survive deficits, scandal and politics

2014 December 13 - 22:00

Brick buildings on the once-thriving South Carolina State University campus bear the names of freedom seekers like Sojourner Truth and Martin Luther King Jr. in giant letters. A coffee table outside the president's office offers up books with titles like

Rep. Jim Clyburn: SC State still has chance to use $13M from feds

2014 December 11 - 09:19

ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) - U.S. Rep Jim Clyburn says financially troubled South Carolina State University can still use $13 million in federal money he secured a decade ago, but must move quickly or risk losing the money.

S.C. State is running out of chances

2014 December 05 - 06:00

If you need money - and who doesn't - just change your legal name to "South Carolina State University" and then hit up those folks in Columbia.

South Carolina State's Marching 101 to perform at Medal of Honor Bowl

2014 November 25 - 16:15

South Carolina State's famed "Marching 101" Band will perform at halftime of the Medal of Honor Bowl Jan. 10 at Johnson Hagood Stadium, bowl chairman Tommy McQueeney announced Tuesday.

SC State alumni chapter to hold monthly meeting

2014 October 14 - 16:55

The Charleston Alumni Chapter of South Carolina State University is holding its monthly meeting Wednesday at the Delta House in West Ashley.

SC State still owes $6.5M on unpaid bills

2014 October 14 - 13:22

COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina State University still owes $6.5 million on bills and needs more help from the state to move forward, President Thomas Elzey told the Budget and Control Board on Tuesday.

SC State steps up security training after shooting

2014 October 13 - 10:22

ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina State University has stepped up training for officers and has improved security systems following a deadly shooting earlier this year.

Gov. Nikki Haley meeting again with board of SC State

2014 October 03 - 11:24

ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Gov. Nikki Haley is meeting again with the trustees of financially troubled South Carolina State University.

SC State could use Clyburn money for budget

2014 September 12 - 08:59

ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Financially troubled South Carolina State University could get some budget help with $13 million in federal money.

Behind Enemy Lines: 5 Questions with an S.C. State beat writer

2014 September 04 - 02:00

CLEMSON -- These aren't last week's Bulldogs; the Week 2 breed is far less-documented.

SC State holds march, rally to support university

2014 August 16 - 09:15

ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Supporters of South Carolina State University are rallying to show their support for the state's only historically black public university.

Nikki Haley opposes loaning another $12 million to S.C. State

2014 August 12 - 16:26

S.C. Governor Nikki Haley on Tuesday said she is opposed to the state lending any more money to S.C. State University until the cash-strapped school hires financial consultants, according to a story posted today on The State's website.

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