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.
- Home town
Williston, South Carolina
Neuroradiologist testifies Timothy Jones Jr. has "moderate if not severe" traumatic brain injury. But, he noted, "it's possible for someone with brain abnormalities to be relatively normal."
Prison officers' testimony indicates Timothy Jones Jr. strangled all five of his children, seeming to dispute Jones' confession in which he repeatedly insisted his 6-year-old died by accident from physical exhaustion
Hand-scribbled notes found inside Tim Jones' vehicle after his 2014 arrest lay out his gruesome plans for discarding of the bodies of his five children as he drove around with them in the back seat, according to prosecutors and testimony Thursday in his death penalty trial
"Tim's forest was on fire" as he killed his children over five hours in 2014, his defense attorney said Tuesday in opening arguments that repeatedly compared his client's brain to an unhealthy forest.
In a year that started with Gov. Henry McMaster comparing South Carolina to a winning team that can't afford to fumble the football, the players in the Legislature head into halftime of the the two-year legislative session with some clear wins and losses — as well as a few draws.
Class sizes and staffing ratios are at the center of a new funding model for South Carolina’s K-12 public schools that could upend four decades of education spending
Research by the state Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office found an average ratio statewide of about 16 students to every teacher in first throug…
While teachers collectively rallied at the Statehouse for more money and greater respect, legislators stress that many of the indignities and frustrations that drove thousands to leave their classrooms stem from local decisions
Unlike in other states with teacher protests, the shouting Wednesday remained outside the Statehouse, while business continued as usual inside
Sen. Margie Bright Matthews, D-Walterboro, stops in the lobby to pose with Davaron Edwards and Christina Randall, band directors in Jasper Cou…