Glenn Smith

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A young boy seized from his Johns Island home during a 2017 abuse investigation is back home with his parents after a medical expert convinced a Charleston County judge that the child's multiple broken bones resulted from an unusual case of rickets, according to attorneys for the family.

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Unlike most other Southern states, South Carolina lacks a cohesive grassroots group that is singularly focused statewide on fixing problems with its beleaguered K-12 public school system.

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Hurricane Florence's slow-motion path through South Carolina and North Carolina broke flooding and rainfall records. But scientists say it also fits a pattern: as the Earth warms, we can expect to see slower storms, ones that dump previously unheard of amounts of rain. This will require coastal residents and even ones inland to rethink how and where they build, experts say.

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