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South Carolina officials are hoping to combat the dangers of illegal cellphones behind bars by giving inmates a different technological device to communicate with family, obtain education and even purchase access to approved entertainment services.

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The push to increase the pay for teachers in South Carolina continues to build as lawmakers prepare to debate how to improve a faltering education system which trails other states in nearly every measure. 

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With 800,000 federal employees out of work during the government shutdown, the Trump administration has called back a handful of Bureau of Ocean Energy Management workers — with pay — to keep processing offshore seismic testing leases in the Atlantic.

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Charleston County will rein in the number of employees who use government charge cards for expenses, a decision that follows reports of fraud and misuse.

County Administrator Jennifer Miller directed the procurement department to trim the number of p-cards over the next 30 days, Shawn Smetana, the county's spokesman, said.