by Aviva Shen Oct 28, 2015
"We must not lose sight that this whole incident started by this student," Lott told reporters at a press conference. "She is responsible for initiating this action."
The findings of an internal investigation will be released at noon.
by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 7, 2015
“Drinking infected water can cause illness similar to food poisoning, with symptoms like nausea, diarrhea, cramps and mild fever."
by Ryan Koronowski Oct 7, 2015
The state faces what will surely be billions of dollars in damages once the waters recede and it attempts to rebuild and replace lost property.
by Kira Lerner Sep 29, 2015
It's been almost six month since Scott was shot and killed during a routine traffic stop.
by Kira Lerner Sep 24, 2015
The white audience was at an event hosted by the South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 2, 2015
"Black lives do matter," said Governor Haley, "and they have been disgracefully jeopardized by the movement that has laid waste to Ferguson and Baltimore."
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 5, 2015
Several new polls find swing state voters and early state GOP primary voters support the Clean Power Plan. But Republican candidates aren't listening.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 27, 2015
"Nearly a half million hardworking direct-care workers who happen to live in states that have rejected Medicaid expansion are shut out of affordable coverage."
by Erica Hellerstein Jul 19, 2015
Ku Klux Klan supporters and Confederate flag opponents clashed in front of the South Carolina Statehouse on Saturday.