Legislators placed trout fishing limits on part of the lower Saluda River last month. The idea is to protect the trout population. Anglers still can catch as many trout as they want but must throw them back in a more than 2-mile stretch.
SCE&G blasted a state agency and the utility's former partner, the state-owned Santee Cooper utility, Monday. SCE&G said it shouldn't have to produce some records that are being sought as part of an effort to cut its customer rates.
Charleston City Council approved a resolution to denounce and apologize for the city's role in slavery, making it the first U.S. city to formally make amends for its history. Almost half of all enslaved Africans came through the port of Charleston.
Irmo town council, citizens discuss Mayor Hardy King's social media posts, which some say were anti-muslim and anti-immigrant. King apologized and said he's going to be more thoughtful but might make same mistake.
Columbia, South Carolina, Mayor Steve Benjamin will lead a delegation of mayors to the U.S.-Mexico border Thursday, where they will visit El Paso and facilities in Tornillo. Benjamin said children being separated from their parents is of grave concern.
Hayley Rutkowski of North Carolina is pregnant and past due. So she resorted to trying to dance her baby out when other strategies just didn't work. She posted a video about it on Facebook, which has been shared hundreds of times.
Columbia SC's City Council passed a $346.9 million budget for 2018-19, including higher water and sewer rates. Property tax rates will stay level. The budget doesn't include final decisions on employee and retiree health care benefit plans.
A former teacher at Ryle High School in Union, Kentucky, faces grand theft charges in Ohio after the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office says he stole $103,000 from the school and the Future Business Leaders of America club, which he helped lead.