A South Carolina bill giving registered sex offenders the option to have their names taken off the sex offender registry through petition is set to enter the Senate floor after passing in full committee.Read More
Author: Kaitlyn McCue
By Kaitlyn McCue | Apr 20, 2022
The South Carolina Supreme Court stayed the state’s first execution by firing squad, originally scheduled for April 29.Read More
By Kaitlyn McCue | Apr 18, 2022
South Carolina’s first execution in over a decade will be a death by a newly introduced, and controversial, firing squad. The S.C. NAACP is making its voice heard in the state’s contentious new rulings.Read More
A South Carolina inmate will have to choose between the electric chair or firing squad for his upcoming execution, the first in over a decade for the state.Read More
By Kaitlyn McCue | Apr 12, 2022
The city of Columbia will celebrate Dawn Staley and the NCAA national champion Gamecocks basketball team.Read More
By Kaitlyn McCue | Apr 5, 2022
The South Carolina chapter of the NAACP wants to overturn the state’s ban on a data gathering technique necessary for research into the state-wide eviction crisis.Read More
By Kaitlyn McCue | Mar 30, 2022
South Carolina lawmakers have until June 9 to approve a bill allowing registered sex offenders a way to get their names off the registry.Read More
By Kaitlyn McCue | Mar 17, 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin is a household name after the February invasion of the Ukraine. As South Carolina political leaders and citizens decry the invasion of Ukraine, we examine how Putin rose to power.Read More
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State Law Enforcement has cancelled an Amber Alert for an infant child in Hilton Head. Authorities in Beaufort County explained that Jairus Housey abducted his ten month old daughter at gunpoint last night. Housey is the non-custodial father to the victim and is now in custody.
Thursday’s vote in the South Carolina Senate passed the early voting bill that would allow South Carolina voters to vote in-person up to two weeks before the election for any reason. The bill unanimously passed in the house too.