More Videos 1:41 Hundreds march for King Day at the Dome Pause 3:34 Watch: Highlights from the boys MLK Bash 1:21 Could South Carolina’s young players be affected facing a blue blood 1:00 South Carolina's updated bowl outlook 2:26 Marcus Lattimore 'knows how special this place is' 1:17 What does a Zombie taste like? 1:57 Tiffany Evans is missing, most fear she's dead. 0:42 Clemson student wins $10,000 after sinking golf putt across full length of basketball court 3:04 Brad Brownell recaps Clemson’s win over South Carolina 2:52 SCANA COO Keller Kissam apologizes for the VC summer controversy Video Link copy Embed Code copy Facebook Twitter Email Your child’s South Carolina school bus could catch on fire The state’s schools chief says replacing mid-90s school buses that are prone to catching on fire is a top priority, but S.C. spending on buses is expected to fall short. In 2007, state lawmakers adopted a 15-year replacement cycle that the state lags behind. Now, the S.C. Department of Education says it needs $72 million just to replace the buses causing the most trouble, which make up about 35 percent of the state’s 5,600 buses Politics & Government SC House overrides Gov. McMaster, moves to replace fire-prone school buses The S.C. House decided Tuesday to override Gov. Henry McMaster’s vetoes of $20.5 million for new school buses. However, representatives sustained a birth-control veto. The Senate is likely to vote on new buses Wednesday.