More than 6,000 military personnel are assisting South Carolina's recovery efforts as the feet of rain dumped by Hurricane Florence continues to deluge entire towns in the Pee Dee.
Assistant Columbia bureau chief
Adcox returned to The Post and Courier in October 2017 after 12 years covering the Statehouse for The Associated Press. She previously covered education for The P&C. She has also worked for The AP in Albany, N.Y., and for The Herald in Rock Hill.
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Williston, South Carolina
Gov. Henry McMaster talks Tuesday with U.S. Air Force Gen. Joseph Lengyel about the flooding in the Pee Dee resulting from Hurricane Florence.…
Gov. Henry McMaster watches traffic Monday on U.S. 501 from inside the State Emergency Operations Center. He’s pointing to the area where temp…
Interstate 95 remained closed Monday near the North Carolina border due to widespread flooding that continues to shut down roads across northeastern South Carolina.
Inmates and staff at Wateree River Correctional in Sumter County filled one-ton sandbags Saturday that will be used to build a temporary, 1.5-…
Two temporary dams being built in the Pee Dee could prevent Myrtle Beach from essentially becoming an island when flooded rivers wash out major roadways.
Gov. Henry McMaster is lifting the evacuation order for Georgetown and Horry counties, effective at 9 a.m. Sunday.
State officials are preparing for the possibility that major roads in the Myrtle Beach area could get washed out due to catastrophic flooding.
Time is running out to flee South Carolina's coast ahead of Hurricane Florence, Gov. Henry McMaster said Thursday in making a last plea to the hundreds of thousands of residents still not heeding his order.
Gov. Henry McMaster's update Thursday on the state's preparations for Hurricane Florence began with Army National Guard Chaplain John Denny le…