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North Charleston sisters banned from preparing tax returns

2016 August 26 - 16:01

Two North Charleston sisters are permanently banned from preparing federal tax returns after costing the U.S. government $500,000 in lost funds.


On the Beat: As USC mulls a starter, quarterbacks wait along with everyone else

2016 August 26 - 13:58

COLUMBIA — Perry Orth will prepare as if he’ll be South Carolina’s starting quarterback Thursday night. But it might be game day until he finds out if that’s indeed the case.


Clemson’s veteran players feel heat from hungry freshman teammates

2016 August 26 - 13:56

CLEMSON — An established veteran player is asked about the progress of a rapidly-ascending freshman teammate, and the upperclassmen gnaws a little on his lower lip.


New effort to locate Berkeley County child support recipients

2016 August 26 - 13:34

Berkeley County is now using social media to locate residents who are owed child support payments.


David Williams gets the message, and still has eyes on USC’s top running back role

2016 August 26 - 13:16

COLUMBIA — David Williams’ first day of preseason camp under Will Muschamp lasted about an hour.


Building arts college nears completion on Trolley Barn renovation

2016 August 26 - 12:54

The American College of the Building Arts for the first time in years will have all its students on one campus — inside the renovated Trolley Barn on Upper Meeting Street.


‘The George Stinney case is back’: Attorneys plan civil rights suit

2016 August 26 - 12:54

More than 70 years after the execution of the youngest person ever in modern U.S. history, attorneys plan to launch a civil rights lawsuit on behalf of the young boy’s surviving siblings.


Aug. 28 Outdoors Calendar

2016 August 26 - 11:22

Winners for the inaugural Fishing for Miracles Inshore Tournament were: Largest Trout, 2.86; Lady Trout, 1.26; Youth Trout, Elliott Ducworth, 1.30; Largest Flounder, Mark Deogburn, 3.30; Youth Flounder, Elliott Ducworth, 1.96.


High School Tennis: Wando, Bishop England still teams to beat

2016 August 26 - 12:36

Surprise. Wando isn’t completely loaded in girls tennis this year and isn’t a cinch to repeat as Class AAAA state champion.


Gov. Nikki Haley, husband earnings drop to $144,578 in 2015

2016 August 26 - 12:31

COLUMBIA -- Gov. Nikki Haley and her husband Michael earned $144,578 in 2015, according to tax returns released Friday, down roughly $20,000 from 2014 after Michael, a captain, became part-time with the S.C. National Guard.



Robert Bolchoz to replace retiring Chief Deputy Attorney General John McIntosh

2016 August 26 - 10:26

COLUMBIA — South Carolina’s Chief Deputy Attorney General John McIntosh will end his 21-year career with the state at the end of the year, with private attorney Robert Bolchoz replacing him in January.


Spartanburg restaurant owner gets 6 months in arson case

2016 August 26 - 10:18

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — A Spartanburg restaurant owner has been sentenced to six months in jail after he said he was assaulted and robbed in his business.


Morning rush-hour traffic moving swiftly in Charleston area

2016 August 26 - 08:39

Authorities reported few traffic tie-ups Friday morning in the Charleston area.


Charleston man shot during party early Friday on Coming Street

2016 August 26 - 08:12

A Charleston man was shot in his legs Friday morning outside of a peninsular party.


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