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The window of opportunity to submit bids for Santee Cooper closed Monday, as state lawmakers remain split about whether to offload the state-run utility, its 179,000 customers and its nearly $8 billion of debt.
State Sen. Vincent Sheheen, D-Camden, has introduced a bill that would specify it is OK for a child who is "of sufficient age and maturity to avoid harm" to play outdoors unattended.
In the first legislative action of 2019, the Senate's judiciary committee advanced a bill that would ensure Gov. Henry McMaster and his sucessors can't temporarily appoint someone to a state agency or board without senators' consent.
In America, nine out of every 10 new jobs created last year went to candidates with a college degree or post-high school credential. Today, mo…
South Carolina's legislative session starting Tuesday is expected to focus on reforming the state's long-ignored K-12 schools with a boost in teacher pay and a closer look at how districts perform. But other issues — as well as a few lawmakers — will grab headlines through May.
Homeowners associations across South Carolina must have all their rules and regulations recorded in county deed offices by Jan. 10, or else those rules become unenforceable.
Big changes are coming for South Carolina's schools — or at least, that's what will dominate debate in the legislative session that starts Tuesday, House and Senate leaders say.
If there’s any consensus on what should be the top priority for the South Carolina Legislature when lawmakers convene on Tuesday, it’s educati…
The Statehouse was declared complete in 1907, after five architects spanning 52 years
South Carolina is a business-friendly state, a fact long evident by its aggressive pursuit of new industrial investment and jobs. Tax incentiv…