Are the Russians coming — again? Here’s what election officials in South Carolina are doing to protect the votes of residents or the state’s election systems from being hacked during November’s election.
SC Gov. Henry McMaster accused Santee Cooper of acting illegally in canceling its scheduled Monday board meeting, calling it “a shameful attempt to thwart efforts to increase accountability and transparency.”
The Irmo mayor, who received backlash for controversial, anti-Muslim Facebook posts, will co-host an event about “understanding your Muslim neighbors” later this month. The event is called “Demystifying Islam.”
The closure of a TV plant in Winnsboro, SC, is blamed on new tariffs imposed by the Donald Trump administration. What does it mean for this rural SC town in Fairfield County, already struggling with poverty?
Prisoner advocacy groups are calling for a national protest in response to the April riot at SC’s Lee Correctional. Jailhouse Lawyers Speak and the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee are pushing for better conditions.
Silent Sam protesters gathered near the UNC-Chapel Hill campus Monday to voice support for the graduate student who faces criminal and honor court charges for throwing red ink and blood on the Confederate statue.
Tri-County Electric’s customers — including hundreds who had never attended a co-op meeting — came from six counties to St. Matthews Saturday morning to overthrow a part-time board that had paid itself more than three times the national average, including health insurance plans and expensive perks.
Fairfield Memorial Hospital soon will close its doors, another blow in an embattled county on an economic losing streak. it is part of a pattern across S.C. and the U.S. as rural hospitals close their doors.
A senator is outraged a pollution hot spot, created by a uranium spill, won’t be cleaned up for 40 years at the Westinghouse nuclear fuel factory. He says regulators should have told the public about the leak.
Somewhat surprised to be in a GOP primary runoff for a state Senate seat, two candidates offer Republican voters a sharp contrast in who they want as their party’s nominee for a Columbia-area Senate seat.
The SC race for governor needs to be about improving education, ethics, accountability and the economy in South Carolina, not about Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton or any federal issue, over which governors have no control.
Two former employees of a nonprofit mental health clinic have been sentenced for their roles in helping a member of a politically connected Philadelphia family who was convicted of defrauding the clinic out of more than $1 million.
After the Tri-County Electric board was caught enriching themselves while customers paid high rates, more than 1,500 co-op members successfully voted to oust the board in a historic meeting August 18, 2018.