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3 hrs ago | SFGate
An ad attacking Democratic Sen. Vincent Sheheen 's work as a defense attorney has prompted the South Carolina Bar Association to fight back against what it calls an unfair smear of the legal profession that should have no place in the governor's race.
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8 hrs ago | Newberry Observer
The Honorable Ronnie Cromer is on the Newberry Notes schedule this week. He will answer questions and discuss the issues being considered during the 2014 Legislative Session.
12 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah
A new app unveiled Wednesday by the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce will help the unemployed file claims from their smart phone or mobile device, the agency says.
16 hrs ago | The Moultrie News
Former S.C. Attorney General Henry McMaster officially filed as a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor.
They stole our name. They try to steal our only president, Andy Jackson. They are twice as big as we are.
A state Senator has called on Gov. Nikki Haley to remove the embattled Department of Social Services director from her post.
A new report states that the Affordable Care Act will benefit Kentucky more than any other state in the nation, according to the website Daily Finance .
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, shown here at the 2012 Republican National Convention, is a GOP star but Tom Ervin calls her "a disaster."
Although the deadline to sign up for an Obamacare insurance plan has officially past, the number of South Carolinians who are enrolled keeps climbing.
Abbeville Area Medical Center has received the South Carolina "Certified Zero Harm Award," which recognizes excellent performance in patient safety.
Tennessee is poised to pass a law that would send new mothers to jail, and it's driving a wedge between Republicans The Tennessee state Legislature recently passed the first bill in the nation that would charge a woman with criminal assault if she uses illegal drugs during her pregnancy and her fetus or newborn is considered harmed as a result.
The unemployment rate in South Carolina dropped to a six-year low in March, reaching 5.5 percent.
While three out of four South Carolinians think abortion should be legal, most would limit it to a few circumstances, according to a new Winthrop Poll.
The South Carolina House of Representatives will be on furlough for two weeks and the Senate is only meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, April 15-16, and then off the following week.