Senators sued Gov. Henry McMaster on Tuesday, arguing he illegally appointed former Attorney General Charlie Condon to lead the board that oversees South Carolina's state-owned utility.
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South Carolina Electric & Gas customers’ power bills will fall 15 percent on Tuesday after a federal judge allowed a temporary rate cut to take effect, sealing a major victory for the state Legislature.
Lawyers facing off against SCE&G and its parent company, SCANA Corp., believe the judge's decision is the first major domino to fall in the battle for information about the $9 billion nuclear failure.
Undercutting arguments that a legislative-approved electric rate cut will damage the parent of S.C. Electric & Gas, lawyers revealed in federal court on Monday that SCANA Corp. has set aside $110 million to pay its executives if they lose their jobs in a proposed takeover.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina state Sen. Greg Hembree is in the hospital after suffering a brain aneurysm Thursday, according to media reports and…
Gov. Henry McMaster's pick of Charlie Condon to head Santee Cooper board is being challenged by veteran lawmakers who say it's not one of his powers.
McMaster's decision to insert Condon as the temporary chairman of Santee Cooper comes after state senators failed to approve Condon for the job full time.
With sea levels rising, state lawmakers in South Carolina are seeking to use tourism-related taxes to help pay for projects that could reduce the number of flooded streets and damaged homes
Gov. Henry McMaster blocked nearly $16 million intended to fund birth control, prenatal care and other health care services for poor South Carolinians in an effort to stop a tiny fraction of that from going to abortion-provider Planned Parenthood.
COLUMBIA — With distrust building against state-owned utility Santee Cooper, South Carolina lawmakers on Thursday peppered two candidates for …