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S.C. religious freedom law inspired by Supreme Court’s peyote ruling

2015 March 27 - 17:28

South Carolina wasn’t the first state to pass a religious freedom law, but it can trace its inspiration to Navajos being persecuted in Oregon for using peyote as a sacramental drug.

93-year-old hopes to set a new record for Cooper River Bridge Run

2015 March 27 - 17:10

HANAHAN — Last year, Leroy Miller set a record in the Cooper River Bridge Run and Walk that nobody knew about and that even he didn’t realize.

‘Downton Abbey’ to end after its upcoming 6th season (has video)

2015 March 27 - 16:19

NEW YORK — A grand manor will close its doors to millions of weekly guests after “Downton Abbey” concludes next year.

Senate confirms director of SC’s probation and parole agency

2015 March 27 - 16:18

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Jerry Adger has officially taken the helm of South Carolina’s probation and parole agency.

Charleston Republican files bill restricting use of nuclear waste dump

2015 March 27 - 16:15

COLUMBIA — A Charleston Republican has filed a bill to reinforce a law preventing more states from bringing low-level radioactive waste to South Carolina.

Review: ‘Where You Go’ keeps allure of elite colleges in perspective

2015 March 27 - 16:11

WHERE YOU GO IS NOT WHO YOU’LL BE: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania. By Frank Bruni. Grand Central Publishing. 218 pages. $25.

Sen. Ted Cruz coming to South Carolina for a four-stop swing

2015 March 27 - 15:58

The only announced presidential candidate so far, Texas Senator Ted Cruz is coming to South Carolina next week as part of a four-stop swing through the state.

The Charleston jewelry store heist: 60 Rolexes worth about $700,000

2015 March 27 - 15:45

The haul from the daring daylight heist at a Charleston jewelry store turns out to be 60 Rolex watches.

Whole Foods Market offering free breakfast as part of grand reopening April 7 in Mount Pleasant

2015 March 27 - 15:38

An upscale Lowcountry grocer is going all out as it unveils its newly remodeled store.

Citadel accepting donations for football player DaSean Daniels

2015 March 27 - 15:01

The Citadel is accepting donations to help defray the medical expenses of football player DaSean Daniels, who collapsed with a blood clot on his brain on March 10 and survived a two-hour emergency surgery at Medical University Hospital.

Bobby Johnson, former Clemson player and IOP resident, replaces Archie Manning on playoff committee

2015 March 27 - 14:49

CLEMSON — Former Furman head football coach Bobby Johnson, an Isle of Palms resident and former Clemson football player and assistant coach, has been chosen to replace Archie Manning as the 13th College Football Playoff selection committee member.

Are the early primary states a big deal anymore?

2015 March 27 - 14:08

NASHUA, N.H. — Few states have shaped presidential politics like Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

Local jam band lands rare gig during Grateful Dead reunion this summer

2015 March 27 - 13:14

It was already a bit miraculous that Andy Greenberg and the rest of his band mates in the local Phish tribute band Runaway Gin scored tickets to the Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary concert this summer in Chicago.

Reid backs Schumer to succeed him as leader

2015 March 27 - 13:01

WASHINGTON — Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is backing New York Sen. Chuck Schumer to succeed him as Democratic leader.

Beach Co. plans 250-unit apartment building in Nashville

2015 March 27 - 12:23

The Beach Company plans to build a 250-unit apartment complex with commercial space and a parking garage on a 1.25-acre site it recently bought in downtown Nashville.

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