The State Law Enforcement Division has turned over its investigation regarding accusations of sexual assaults at Furman University to the 13th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, according to solicitor Walt Wilkins.
One day after Senate Democrats promised to fight any school voucher programs in South Carolina “to the end”, a panel of Senators took up the Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Account Act (S.556).
Deputies are investigating a homicide after a domestic dispute ended in a woman’s death at the hands of her son in an Anderson County neighborhood early Monday night, according to the Anderson County Coroner’s Office.
A Ring doorbell camera captured the moments when Charlotte police say a woman walked into a home, shut the front door and then a split second later, two men rushed at the door, trying to break in with a gun in hand.
Darius Rucker is one of six people being honored in March for outstanding achievement as an educator or a South Carolina Public School graduate, according to the South Carolina Foundation for Educational Leadership.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster joined hundreds of people at the Statehouse in Columbia to show support for the so-called “heartbeat bill,” which would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
From the opening to the closing date of the investigation, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division took less than a month to complete its probe into how Emanuel AME church handled its donations following the 2015 massacre.