Tuesday May 7
Storms said to bring end to SC drought
The SC Drought response committee said they've downgraded from moderate to no drought for 22 counties and from incipient to no drought for the remaining counties.
Fri May 03, 2013
Huffpost Hill - House Gop To Punch Obamacare Repeal Card, Earn Free 6-Inch Sub
Members of Congress are saying "jobs" less often, unless "Benghazi answers" is an obscure synonym for the word.
The Huffington Post
Jobs Report Shows 'Ongoing Disaster'
The U.S. Labor Department announced Friday morning that the economy has been steadily adding jobs, pushing the unemployment rate down to 7.5 percent from 7.6 percent.
Thu May 02, 2013
Clemson sends out alert about man making threats
Clemson University is telling its students to watch out for a 23-year-old man who they say made threats to kill people on a college campus.
Sen. Scott, Rep. Duncan Touring SC Together
Two members of South Carolina's congressional delegation are touring part of the Upstate together.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Man wounded; Shooter's car recovered, suspect missing
Deputies are looking for help from the public to locate the person who shot into a home, wounding the man inside.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Trio faces 48 charges in crime spree
Clemson's police chief credits street surveillance cameras and persistent investigators with making three arrests in connection to a rash of crimes in the past month.
The Greenville News
Plan to close abortion clinics dies in committee
A bill that opponents say would have shuttered S.C. abortion clinics died in a state Senate subcommittee Wednesday.
Fri Apr 19, 2013
Oconee County SC Works Center to Offer Pardon & Expungement Workshop
The Oconee County SC Works Center, in partnership with the 10th Judicial Circuit, the SC Probation, Parole and Pardon office and Tri-County Technical College, will offer a Pardon & Expungement Workshop Monday, April 22.