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Government, Schools, Public Safety
A bill to prevent someone deemed mentally unfit from legally purchasing a firearm passed the S.C. House of Representatives on a unanimous vote Wednesday.
A SC legislative panel has approved raises for college presidents and directors of state agencies for the first time since 2007
What should the 3.6 million South Carolinians whose personal information was stolen by hackers do to protect themselves now?
Local officials are excited about Pres. Obama's announcement that Charleston's port deepening project will be expedited
The Obama Administration announced Wednesday Charleston's port deepening project will be expedited.
On Friday U.S. Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez responded to South Carolina's request it reconsider an objection to the state's Voter ID law
The South Carolina unemployment rate ticked up .3 percent in May as more people entered the workforce
The S.C. House Ethics Committee met Thursday and issued subpoenas for 11 people and multiple documents.
A second S.C. Supreme Court ruling has kicked more candidates off ballots across the state
American Majority is hoping to get NASCAR fans racing to the polls in November.
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