Duke Energy's two electric utilities in South Carolina want to charge their customers a combined $225 million more per year to cover the cost of infrastructure improvements, new power plants, the environmental cleanup of coal ash and a nuclear project that never got off the ground.
It took nearly 600 documents, hundreds of signatures from local officials and hours of work by law enforcement personell to tell South Carolina's leaders what they already knew: the state doesn't have any "sanctuary cities."
The State Law Enforcement Division had to collect information from every city and county in South Carolina to show that they weren't operating…
State lawmakers began their first highly-anticipated review of a bill legalizing medical marijuana in South Carolina on Wednesday.
The South Carolina House's GOP majority doubled down Tuesday on trying to stop a single tax dollar from going to abortion provider Planned Parenthood — even while a similar effort last year remains blocked in federal court.
A South Carolina judge decided last week that the state's legislative caucuses — a handful of groups made up of lawmakers in the Statehouse — can operate behind closed doors, sheilding their records and meetings from the public.
A former staffer for 5th Circuit Solicitor was sentenced to three years probation on Tuesday for misusing public funds at the Richland and Kershaw County prosecutor's office.
Federal law enforcement officials continue to monitor SCANA Corp. and the legal fallout surrounding the company's failed V.C. Summer nuclear project — a sign the utility's current and former executives could still face criminal charges.
A former South Carolina lawmaker withdrew his bid to become the next director of the state's land preservation agency on Monday after he was accused of "self dealing" and was sharply questioned about his qualifications for the job.
Free to spend unlimited amounts of money, outside groups dropped more than $6 million last year to influence South Carolina’s elections, promoting their favorite candidates, attacking their political opponents and barraging voters with non-stop ads.