South Carolina's power companies and the solar industry are at odds over how much utilities should pay for the large solar arrays that continue to pop up across the state.
Federal prosecutors in South Carolina accused a supply company this week of diluting spices that were fed to federal prisoners.
When Dominion Energy purchased S.C. Electric & Gas earlier this year, it agreed to take on a sprawling web of lawsuits the South Carolina utility faced as a result of the failed V.C. Summer nuclear project.
Dominion Energy, the new owner of S.C. Electric & Gas, sent a letter to Santee Cooper demanding the state-run utility cover 45 percent of its …
Three former Orangeburg County sheriff's deputies agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges after federal prosecutors accused them of accep…
The legal bills for Santee Cooper's employees, executives and board members now stands at $1.7 million as several major lawsuits over the failed V.C. Summer nuclear project continue to drag on.
Santee Cooper paid down $360 million in bond debt ahead of the 2020 legislative session when South Carolina lawmakers are set to debate the future of the state-run utility.
U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel was tasked earlier this year with wrangling a huge number of lawsuits related to the fire suppression foam, which was used for decades to put out fuel fires at military installations, civilian airports and petroleum manufacturing facilities.
Charleston County is joining the rest of South Carolina in requiring attorneys to file some court records electronically starting on Oct. 21.
Construction on the 600-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been on hold since December 2018 due to legal challenges over its federal permits. It's now up to the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether work can continue on the project.