A panel looking for a new leader of the state's college regulator did not recommend Thursday giving the job to Oran Smith, a longtime advocacy group leader who was criticized for working at pro-Confederate magazine. Read More >>
Amid a growing wave of legislation across the country restricting access to abortions, hundreds of abortion rights supporters rallied Tuesday outside the South Carolina Statehouse as part of a nationwide effort to push back.
DeBordieu Colony, a wealthy enclave in Georgetown County, has tried several workarounds to reconstruct a timber bulkhead built in 1982, but its efforts have been beaten back by challenges from environmentalists.
It’s a simple question.
More than 520,000 people have been apprehended on the southern border so far this fiscal year, according to acting Customs and Border Protection director John Sanders, averaging over 4,500 arrests per day over the past week.
The former Texas congressman has added a slew of a new staffers to his South Carolina campaign team, making him one of just a handful candidates in the crowded 2020 Democratic presidential primary field to have a substantial on-the-ground presence in the critical early primary state.
Charleston City Council members say their audit of Mayor John Tecklenburg’s office is not political, isn’t personal, and has absolutely nothing to do with his wife.
S.C. Republicans will meet for their state convention Saturday at River Bluff High School in Lexington. The convention gavels at 10 a.m.
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