The South Carolina court of appeals has backed up a 2017 ruling that the Catholic Diocese of Charleston and the attorneys who sued it in a class-action sex-abuse case needn't answer to victims who weren't formally included in the lawsuit.
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Bi-Lo was once a thriving supermarket chain in the Southeast, one that got its start in South Carolina's Upstate. This week on the podcast, a look back at the brand's rise and eventual decline.
Real-time stats and the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak in SC and beyond, compiled by our reporters and editors. Read more
The South Carolina women's basketball team's recent losses have been tied to its season-long problem of missing layups. Read more
The school district's vaccines will not be lumped in with the regular allotment to Bon Secours St. Francis. Greenville teachers, in other words, will not be competing for doses directly with the rest of the population. Read more
Several proposed developments are one step closer to coming to fruition, even as some are fearful due to plans that show dozens of homes could be built in floodplains. Read more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate voted by the slimmest of margins Thursday to begin debating a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, after Democrats made eleventh-hour changes aimed at ensuring they could pull President Joe Biden’s top legislative priority through the precariously divided chamber. Read more
Legislation in at least a dozen states seeks to nullify any new restrictions, such as ammunition limits or a ban on certain types of weapons. Some bills would make it a crime for local police officers to enforce federal gun laws.
South Carolinians' ability to completely ditch the masks and social distancing precautions will require vaccinating the vast majority of adults statewide, according to state health officials.
The Senate voted Thursday to begin debating a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill after Democrats made eleventh-hour changes aimed at ensuring they could pull President Joe Biden's top legislative priority through the precariously divided chamber.
Taqueria Maiz, launched by Isaac Jimenez Nava after a decade at one of Hilton Head's upscale institutions, is the source of South Carolina's best tacos. Read more
On Monday, S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster issued his 25th consecutive COVID-19 emergency declaration — an awkward workaround of a law, designed for hurricanes, that says a state of emergency expires after 15 days unless the Legislature votes to continue it. Read more