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
“Good Morning America” showcases South Carolina’s cultural resilience including the Lady Gamecocks.Read More
As President Biden announced sanctions against Russia on Tuesday for sending troops into Eastern Ukraine, a University of South Carolina history professor worried that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions may destabilize Eastern Europe.
“The worst-case scenario is for the U.S. is the same as the worst-case scenario for NATO,” said Carol Harrison, a European history professor at the University of South Carolina. “Which is that, you know, the post-Cold War security structure that was set up 30 years ago collapses, and that’s really disturbing.”Read More
Black and white tegu lizards are native to South America, but have become popular pets in the United States. As of May, the SCDNR enacted a ban making it illegal to own, breed and transfer the tegu species.Read More
Vickie Eslinger, a S.C. attorney and a Columbia City of Women honoree, continues to advocate for women’s rights.Read More
As South Carolina’s death row has been delayed by lethal injection shortages, lawmakers have voted to make the electric chair and the firing squad the primary execution methods.Read More
A USC Professor successfully contributed his skills to the development of the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover, which landed at 4 p.m. Thursday.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.