Legislators on Tuesday approved how they'll evaluate potential bids to buy Santee Cooper, giving the highest priority to an offer's impact on electricity rates.
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Federal law enforcement officials watched on this week as SCANA’s chief executive testified about its failed nuclear project, the clearest indication yet that the company and its leaders could still face criminal charges for their role in one of the biggest financial messes in state history.
South Carolina Supreme Court justices suggested Thursday that GOP lawmakers quit squabbling and work together to address a crisis involving billions of taxpayer dollars.
Blacks Fish Camp owner Kevin Davis talks about the importance of Moultrie and Marion Lakes to the local economy.
A Santee Cooper sale could lead to a worst-case scenario in which the world-famous Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion are drained.
COLUMBIA — SCANA's current and former executives misled utility regulators about the forecasted cost of its South Carolina nuclear project mor…
S.C. utility commission will kickoff a weeks-long hearing that will decide who pays for SCANA's 55 percent share of the project: the utility or its roughly 728,000 electric customers. Here's what to watch.
If anyone’s going to pay out refunds for South Carolina’s failed nuclear project, Santee Cooper also wants its customers to get them.
A second employee tasked with auditing South Carolina’s failed nuclear project says that SCANA Corp.’s executives were “not being truthful” with investors about the problems that would eventually sink it.
SCANA’s top accountants prepared for a financial auditor to ask about a key analysis of its nuclear project. Rather than plan for its disclosure, they prepared to deflect.