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In my last column, I told you about Kent Stock, a heroic Roper St. Francis doctor who has cared for 3,000 COVID patients since this terrible p…
Permit-holding firearm owners may soon have to leave their guns at home when going to a public event in the city of Georgetown.
A first reading was held on Sept. 13 to amend city code for all events to ban open carry at permitted events. The proposed ordinance amendment will require another reading for final approval.
Charleston police officers arrested Lisa Bostic, 56, of Lexington, on Sept. 5 when aquarium staff members asked to have her removed for failing to comply with the building’s masking requirements.
The city of Columbia has banned openly carrying guns during events such as festivals and parades in the wake of a recent SC law.
It wouldn’t change any current operations but would declare the county’s support for the “right to keep and bear arms” and restrict the use of county resources to enforce federal laws.
Policing people's right to protest might be one of the toughest challenges law enforcement faces, especially when passionate crowds of otherwi…
If you want to know who to blame (or thank) for South Carolina's new open-carry gun law that Gov. Henry McMaster signed earlier this month, I …
The Republican governor has long said he would sign the legislation into law and is expected to do so soon, letting South Carolina's concealed weapons permit-holders carry openly in public.