President Trump’s Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will make her first S.C. trip Thursday, visiting two Florence area schools to meet with education leaders, including SC schools Superintendent Molly Spearman.
Should SC cities and counties be able to regulate golf carts? The lumbersome vehicles are seen driving on roads in some communities, especially on the coast. State House lawmakers could allow local regulation.
South Carolina employers would have to provide breastfeeding employees with reasonable break time and a private space to pump breast milk at their workplace under a bill advanced Tuesday by SC lawmakers.
SC Gov. Henry McMaster, joined by veterans and lawmakers, announced support for legislation establishing the Division of Veteran Affairs as a cabinet-level agency to elevate veterans‘ issues in the state.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., made history when his anti-lynching bill passed the Senate Thursday. The civil rights legislation was introduced with the Senate’s two other black senators, both Democrats.
Months after South Carolina’s electric cooperatives were rocked by a corruption scandal, the not-for-profit power companies are working with legislators on wholesale reforms, including state oversight.
SC economists delivered bad news to lawmakers Thursday, advising them not to plan to spend the state’s $61 million Mega Millions windfall because the winner of a $1.5 billion lottery still has not come forward.
Former SC Rep. Mike Pitts was grilled in his confirmation hearing to become director of the S.C. Conservation Bank, including questions about his past positions on the Confederate flag and other controversies.
The S.C. Senate has refused to pay any further for Virginia-based consultant ICF to study offers to buy Santee Cooper, a move that throws a wrench into efforts to offload the state-owned power company and its $8 billion in debt.
Democratic state Sen. Dick Harpootlian launched into a heated back-and-forth with a Richland County elections board member over her failure to complete the training required by law for the appointed job.
The federal government could face another shutdown by the end of the week. SC federal employees, who went through a 35-day shutdown that ended last month, are hoping Congress and President Trump reach a deal.
An effort to close holes in S.C. drunk-driving laws and crack down on first-time offenders is ramping up in the State House. It now has the support of Gov. Henry McMaster and Attorney General Alan Wilson.
SC lawmaker Jimmy Bales collapsed on the floor of the SC State House on Wednesday. The Richland Democrat was unconscious for several minutes as medical personnel responded to the scene inside the House chamber.
Ukraine's president says a U.N.-mandated peacekeeping operation could be decisive in ending the conflict in the east with Russian-backed separatists _ and says Secretary-General Antonio Guterres should send a mission to come up with options.