A bump in gun sales partly based on the fear that restrictions could be placed on firearm ownership translated into a $3.4 million jump in federal excise taxes flowing into the S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ coffers in 2014.
The U.S. military and unidentified “partner nations” early Tuesday launched a bombing campaign against Islamist positions inside Syria, marking the first Western air raids on that country since a rebellion erupted there in 2011.
Lexington County deputy shoots suspect in home burglary; 34th officer-involved shooting in SC in 2014
A Lexington County Sheriff’s Department deputy responding to a possible home burglary shot one of the suspects; two teens are facing charges.
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity at the University of South Carolina has been closed until fall 2018 for multiple violations, university officials said Monday.
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The Myrtle Beach attorneys for a woman charged with murder and kidnapping in 20-year-old Heather Elvis’ disappearance have requested she be granted a speedy jury trial because of increased media interest.