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Five questions Gamecocks must answer in next four weeks of football practice

2014 July 31 - 19:05

COLUMBIA - After seven long months, the offseason - better known as "talking season" around these parts - finally ends when South Carolina has its first fall practice Friday evening.

Blackbaud reports higher earnings, changes year's outlook

2014 July 31 - 18:25

Charleston area software firm Blackbaud Inc. has heightened its financial expectations for the year, a decision that follows what company officials describe as a stronger-than-expected performance through the midyear point.

Tuskegee Airmen medal ceremony is latest in S.C. family's saga

2014 July 31 - 18:10

Around 200 descendants of a South Carolina slave owner and one of his slaves will receive a replica of the nation's highest civilian award Friday in Washington, D.C., in an unlikely chapter in a uniquely Southern saga.

Ashley Landing owner buys Northbridge Piggly Wiggly, plans redevelopment of retail center

2014 July 31 - 18:06

The last time Ashley Landing saw any major updates was just after Hurricane Hugo, when its name was changed from Ashley Plaza Mall.

SCANA profits surge on hot-weather electric sales

2014 July 31 - 17:53

Hot summer weather propelled SCANA Corp. to 13 percent higher earnings during the Cayce-based utility's second quarter.

US, UN announce deal on 72-hour Gaza cease-fire

2014 July 31 - 17:46

NEW DELHI - Israel and Hamas have agreed to a humanitarian cease-fire to start Friday morning for 72 hours, the United States and United Nations announced Thursday.

South Carolina among 12 states offering sales tax holiday

2014 July 31 - 17:05

COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina is among 12 states offering shoppers a sales tax break this weekend.

South Carolina Stingrays renew affiliation agreement with NHL's Boston Bruins

2014 July 31 - 16:47

The South Carolina Stingrays signed an affiliation agreement with the National Hockey League's Boston Bruins on Thursday.

Backhoe Rodeo title goes to Charleston County Public Works

2014 July 31 - 16:43

When the dust settled, Matthew Bishop of the Charleston County Public Works Department was the 2014 South Carolina Backhoe Rodeo champion.

South Carolina court wants plan to deal with nuclear landfill

2014 July 31 - 16:38

COLUMBIA - The South Carolina Court of Appeals has given regulators and the operator of a nuclear waste landfill in Barnwell County 90 days to present a plan on how they will limit radioactive groundwater flowing toward the Savannah River.

Johns Island man gets 15 years after home invasion, shots fired at deputy

2014 July 31 - 16:33

A Johns Island man was sentenced to 15 years in prison after a home invasion that included shots fired at a deputy.

South Carolina's Osteen group buys newspapers in coastal Alabama

2014 July 31 - 16:25

SUMTER, S.C. - The family-owned company that operates The Sumter Item is buying several small newspapers in Alabama.

Civil suit filed against Charleston area group home in 22-year-old autistic man's death

2014 July 31 - 16:19

The father of a 22-year-old autistic man struck and killed by a vehicle last year after wandering from a group home has filed a wrongful death suit.

Portion of Battery seawall repair complete

2014 July 31 - 16:15

The first phase of the Battery seawall repair and reconstruction project has been completed.

S.C. gas prices cheap - and getting cheaper

2014 July 31 - 16:13

South Carolina has the nation's lowest gas tax - and the nation's lowest gas prices.

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