• S.C. lawmakers said Thursday they are unsure what changeswill have to be made to the way the state pays for education.
Those changes could take more than a year to enact, one state senator said, and, a former state schools superintendent added, could force a rewrite of the state’s tax laws.
• Newly re-elected Republican Gov. Nikki Haley announced Thursday thatJames Burns will replace Ted Pitts as chief of staff.
• After-school programs and small home day cares could face stricter rules as lawmakerspush for oversight of those now-unregulated child-care providers, members of a child-welfare panel said Thursday.
SC Guard to conduct major exercise over Midlands
Gov. Nikki Haley in India: Questions about her faith, ties to prime minister
Lindsey Graham wants a role for Congress in Iran nuclear talks
State asks to stay order allowing gay marriages
Bobby Harrell's ties with State Farm insurance terminated
Four Midlands school districts rated ‘excellent’ on state report cards
DHEC approves new thresholds for health-care projects
Laysoffs coming to combined First Citizens bank
SCSU threatened with $2.2M shortfall in tuition, fees
Panel suggests downtown Myrtle Beach expand its entertainment offerings, with focus on millenials
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