Tag: death penalty
The South Carolina Supreme Court stayed the state’s first execution by firing squad, originally scheduled for April 29.Read More
A Richland County judge kept a challenge to the state of South Carolina’s execution methods alive on Thursday, denying the state’s motion to dismiss it.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
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A tropical storm watch remains in effect for the Midlands ahead of Hurricane Ian’s projected Friday arrival in the Palmetto State. Heavy rainfall and flash flooding are the greatest concerns. Read more: https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/no-major-changes-in-expected-conditions-as-ian-makes-its-way-to-sc/
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster declares a state of emergency, does not order a coastal evacuation ahead of Hurricane Ian's projected Friday arrival in the Palmetto State. Read more by @kaileycota: https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/mcmaster-orders-no-evacuations-ahead-of-hurricane-but-warns-of-flooding-high-winds/
COMING UP: Richland County has the highest homeless population in South Carolina.
How are local homeless shelters bracing for the impact of #Ian? I’ve got the story on @USCCarolinaNews at 4.