A sports field at A.C. Flora High School in Columbia SC has been shut down after complaints of maintenance and safety concerns by parents. Soccer and lacrosse teams, which use the turf field, are beginning their seasons.
Most South Carolina residents couldn’t pass the U.S citizenship test, according to a study from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, who found that 34 percent of participants could earn a passing grade.
A lawsuit filed in South Carolina federal court says Kanye West signed a contract with the wrong person to sample a viral Instagram video of a little girl “preaching” on Life of Pablo song “Ultralight Beam.”
A South Carolina inmate at Palmer Pre-release Center escaped from a work site Thursday night, according to the S.C. Department of Corrections. Cortney James Smith walked away from his job in Dilion at about 11:20.
With four flu-related deaths last week, 29 people have died during flu season in SC, where more than 1,200 cases have been confirmed and 1,000-plus people have been hospitalized from being sick, DHEC reports.
Nearly 30 students at Sandtown Middle School, near Atlanta, Georgia, got sick and were taken to area hospitals after eating Valentine’s Day candy, per officials, who said the kids were nauseated and disoriented.
Derwin Gray, a former NFL player for the Carolina Panthers and now SC megachurch pastor, said at last Sunday’s service that his multicultural congregation donated $50,000 to a local pro-life pregnancy center.
One student was injured after a crash involving a school bus in Chapin, S.C. Highway Patrol Trooper David Jones said. A school bus driver was letting students off at Amicks Ferry Road when the 3 p.m. crash happened.
SC Gov. Henry McMaster fired all members of the Richland County elections and voter registration board after votes were uncounted and a chaotic meeting where Sen. Dick Harpootlian fought with a board member.
South Carolina women’s basketball has been granted a waiver by the NCAA to host the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament in Charlotte, should the Gamecocks earn a top-four seed, Ray Tanner announced.
Winthrop University will sell beer and wine at baseball and softball games, the university announced this week. Sales will be allowed in the Winthrop Ballpark and Terry Softball Complex during the home opener.