COLUMBIA — Cuts to South Carolina Electric & Gas power bills might not happen at all because of political games over who appears to be fighting harder for customers. Read More >>
COLUMBIA — Cuts to South Carolina Electric & Gas power bills might not happen at all because of political games over who appears to be fighting harder for customers.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina's child-welfare agencies are on the verge of getting a new watchdog to ensure they are doing their jobs.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina lawmakers began their search for three utility regulators Monday, as the state struggles with some of the nation's highest energy costs and seeks to resolve the cance…
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and U.S. Sen. Tim Scott will both speak at Clemson University's commencement ceremonies next month, the university announced Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — The recent prison riot that led to the deaths of seven inmates at Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville threw an issue that Mignon Clyburn has grappled with for years back i…
COLUMBIA — After House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's more than 15 years in power, most Democratic candidates running for Congress in South Carolina want the party to change leadership.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina's most powerful Democratic politician, U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, threw his support behind state Rep. James Smith for governor over two other primary candidates Saturday …
Republican Katie Arrington's congressional campaign got a contribution from a former S.C. House Speaker who pleaded guilty to misusing his own campaign funds — and she’s keeping it.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Noble posted his fundraising report from the first three months of 2018 online Thursday, more than eight days after the filing deadline.
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