Audit: Clemson public service execs not evaluated

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The Legislative Audit Council says top officials of Clemson's Public Service Activities program have received raises in the past few years, even though most of them have not had formal job performance evaluations.

Judge Matthew Perry Remembered

Civil rights pioneer and long-time federal judge Matthew Perry Jr. is being remembered for transforming segregationist South Carolina with his relentless pursuit of justice and love of the law.

Fire heavily damages home of Lowcountry politician

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Fire has heavily damaged the home of Robert Barber, a Charleston area politician who has run for several statewide offices including lieutenant governor and, last year, comptroller general.

SC, Chesterfield County settle dog shootings case

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and Chesterfield County Sheriff Sam Parker have agreed that the county will in the future abide by state law that generally bans shooting dogs as a means of euthanasia.

Son: Father's body found under his crawl space

PENDLETON, S.C. (AP) — The son of a 75-year-old Pendleton man who hasn't been seen for more than six weeks says he thinks a body found under the crawl space of his parents' home is his missing father.

SC man admits kidnapping woman lured on Internet

WEEDSPORT, N.Y. (AP) — A South Carolina man accused of using the Internet to lure a woman with promises of a phony job at a horse farm, only to leave her unconscious and bound with duct tape in a motel, has pleaded guilty to federal kidnapping charges.


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