Competitive fishing has honed today's specialized bass and walleye boats. Lately, the growing popularity of crappie tournaments has stirred anglers to seek a rig that can handle the variety of tactics employed by crappie experts.
A 68-year-old Hispanic man was killed Wednesday morning when he was struck by a South Carolina Highway Patrol car.
When the chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party abruptly resigned two weeks ago to take a new job in Washington, GOP activists appointed Matt Moore, the party's former executive director, to replace their leader.
Should 'best interest' or the Indian Child Welfare Act determine the custody of a toddler who is 3/256 parts Cherokee? The Supreme Court could rule this week on a wrenching adoption case that sent a baby girl back to her biological father after she spent the first 27 months of her life with an adopted family because she is 3/256 parts Cherokee.
Tim Graham uses a June 16 NewsBusters post to complain that the New York Times "found it advantageous to edit out an America-hating Iranian who wished the Times building would burn down" and other supposedly pertinent information.
South Carolina must officially seek the next contract for taxpayers' credit monitoring services next month to prevent a coverage lapse, a state agency director said Tuesday.
Six state police and highway patrol agencies spent Memorial Day Weekend, June 7 to June 9, enforcing Operation Border to Border along Route 15 in an effort to prevent traffic accidents along the heavily-traveled corridor.
A man was killed Monday night after running across a highway, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol.
An 18-year-old Florence man is charged with felony driving under the influence after a woman was killed in a two-car collision in Florence.
Starting July 1, changes to South Carolina's building code will require that carbon monoxide alarms be required in many hotels with fuel-burning appliances or attached garages.
Firefighters from across the state are near the end of a grueling 5 day survival training where they are learning new skills.
We can rest easy, because it seems that pesky school business will not get in the way of one student athletes' ability to play football.
Dot Scott, president of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, speaks at a press conference on a recent study by the ACLU that African Americans charged with marijuana possession South Carolina were 2.8 per cent higher than their white counterparts, as Rev.
A southwest Florida woman has been arrested after police say she poured a bottle of muriatic acid onto a person's face.
Maglena Gomez waves an American flag as she and others participate in a march for immigration reform in Miami.