Millions of dollars in health insurance rebates will be coming to consumers in South Carolina and North Carolina from companies the government says spent too much of premium dollars on profits and red tape last year. The U.S. Department of ...Read More »
COLUMBIA — A deputy director at the Department of Social Services says the agency needs 200 more employees to reach goals for worker caseloads. Jessica Hanak-Coulter said Wednesday that 202 employees would be needed to keep caseloads at or below ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE (AP) — Pop. Pop. Pop. That’s the sound of a Fortune 500 company moving its headquarters to Charlotte. Packaging company Sealed Air Corp., the maker of Bubble Wrap protective cushioning, food packaging and cleaning products, will consolidate management operations from ...
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COLUMBIA (AP) — The state Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered a new sentencing hearing for a man on South Carolina’s death row for killing the mother of his child, ruling that his trial attorneys should have presented more evidence about ...
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Clemson reported 15 NCAA violations during the last academic year, although none of them were considered "severe" or "significant" — the two highest levels of infractions, according to the school's violations report released to The Associated Press on Monday.Read More »
CHARLESTON (AP) — Rising sea levels will mean extreme floods along the coast of the Carolinas in coming years with billions of dollars in property in danger according to new reports from a nonprofit group of scientists. Climate Central of ...Read More »
COLUMBIA (AP) — A former member of the R&B group Destiny’s Child was arrested in Myrtle Beach over the weekend after a night of drinking with two football players, according to authorities. Online records show Farrah Franklin, 33, was booked ...Read More »