Lawsuit for SC Disabled

A federal lawsuit accuses employees of South Carolina agencies and a nonprofit organization of conspiring to withdraw needed day health services from severely disabled adults and instead send them to work activity centers funded with taxpayer money.

DOJ officials to visit Berkeley County jail

U.S. Justice Department officials are visiting the Berkeley County jail in the center of a federal lawsuit over a policy barring inmates from reading materials other than the Bible.

Debate Resumes on $6 Billion SC Budget

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) --Debate is scheduled to resume on a proposed $6 billion spending plan for South Carolina. Tuesday's Senate debate marks the beginning of an unusually long four weeks talking about a budget that normally takes no longer than…

Trump cancels Columbia event

Developer Donald Trump has cancelled what would have been his first foray into South Carolina. Trump called Monday to cancel an appearance Wednesday at a Columbia Tea Party rally at the Statehouse. Trump said Monday he will not run for president.

Inmate Escapes in Rock Hill

South Carolina prison officials say an inmate has left a work release program in Rock Hill without permission

Gingrich Begins Campaign With Eyes On S.C.

Former U.S. House Speaker and Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is calling on Congress to defund the National Labor Relations Board if it continues to pursue a complaint against Boeing Co.

Behind The Scenes At Riverbanks Zoo

Columbia's Riverbanks Zoo is holding three nighttime events this summer to give its members a behind-the-scenes look at what the animals do after dark.

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