Phillip Adams, the former football player who is the lone suspect in an April 7 mass slaying, incurred several injuries during his career playing defense, first in college at S.C. State and later for six NFL teams over five seasons.
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The former mistress of a Charleston banker is making another bid to have her sentence overturned in an infamous murder-for-hire case that landed them both in prison.
The Post and Courier has developed this citizens toolbox for using the Freedom of Information Act to access public records in South Carolina.
A Post and Courier-led Uncovered investigation into local government waste and misconduct has spurred agencies to reconsider their spending practices as South Carolina's governor and lawmakers call for heightened scrutiny.
The State Law Enforcement Division has launched an investigation into the finances of the City of Chester, following an initial inquiry and the suspension of the three police officers, the News & Reporter revealed on Feb. 23.
Latino Newspaper, based in Mauldin, features Uncovered story on Greenville trash agency's planned retreat in Asheville.
With fewer eyes watching for abuse, corruption is flourishing in the rural corners of South Carolina as newspapers fold or shrink coverage amid a financially crippling pandemic.
Flying down zip lines. Tens of thousands of dollars in hotel bills at luxurious resorts. Thousands of dollars in Clemson football tickets. These are some of the perks South Carolina’s public servants lavished on themselves when nobody was watching.