• As S.C. lawmakers are working to come up with a solution to repair South Carolina’s crumbling roads, a record number of Palmetto State residents will be driving during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.
Interstates and primary roads carry 75 percent of South Carolina’s traffic, according to the S.C. Department of Transportation. Many of those roads contain cracks and potholes that are deteriorating steadily — threatening to put travelers on the side of the road changing a tire instead of eating Christmas ham and exchanging gifts at Grandma’s.
Ex-Sheriff Metts agrees again to plead guilty to federal charge – this time without a no-prison guarantee
Fire deaths at 3 year high; officials urge caution in winter months
State still dealing with ice damage long after storm
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