by Samantha Page Jun 10, 2016
"If one is not going to do something, it doesn’t strike me as reasonable to prepare to do that something."
by Cory Herro May 26, 2016
Forty-one other states already keep teenagers in the juvenile justice system until they turn 18.
by Samantha Page May 6, 2016
A bill making its way through South Carolina's state legislature will take environmental enforcement out of the hands of citizens.
by Zack Ford Apr 7, 2016
The South Carolina anti-trans bill borrows its language directly from North Carolina's law.
by Samantha Page Mar 15, 2016
The most recent five-year plan from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management won't allow drilling in the Atlantic and will limit permits in the Arctic.
by Alan Pyke Mar 2, 2016
After 13 years teaching in the district, a woman is fired because her student stole and shared pictures from her phone.
by Kira Lerner Feb 27, 2016
Likely her biggest win yet.
by Carimah Townes Feb 27, 2016
Black voters made their mark early, ahead of Saturday's primary.
by Kira Lerner Feb 26, 2016
Brenda Williams has registered hundreds of inmates and former inmates ahead of the South Carolina primary.
by Samantha Page Feb 26, 2016
Local mayors agree that the potential economic gain is not worth the risk to tourism and the environment.