How spending too little on roads has cost hundreds of lives in SC

Grayson Lee was 19 when she died on a S.C. road in 2014, one of more than 4,500 people killed on the state’s roads since 2011. Hundreds of those deaths, including possibly Grayson’s, could have been prevented if the state spent more to make its roads and bridges safer. State officials say they know how to make roads safer. But, they add, they don’t have the money.

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Chris Hatcher: Will Muschamp 'has always been a great competitor'

Samford coach Chris Hatcher hired Will Muschamp and Georgia head coach Kirby Smart at Valdosta State.
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Chris Hatcher: Will Muschamp 'has always been a great competitor' 6:02

Chris Hatcher: Will Muschamp 'has always been a great competitor'

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Soda City Comic Con proves a rousing success in its second year

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Time lapse of I-26 tree clearing

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Jamyest Williams: 'I can make a big difference' at USC