Women in state government? SC ranks 49th, might no...
By Hanna Schatteman | Feb 17, 2023
Super Bowl ads could show move toward less anxious...
By Lauren Leibman | Feb 17, 2023
‘Bamberg’s excited’ about Nikki ...
By Noah Hale | Feb 16, 2023
Democrats excited to kick off 2024 presidential pr...
By Dylan Jackson | Feb 10, 2023
Why Democrats are working to push South Carolina t...
By Dylan Jackson | Jan 25, 2023
Young candidate who lost close election plans to stay involved in West Columbia’s future
by Wade Rainey and Raymond Escoto | Jan 25, 2023
Ashley Johnson, a 34-year-old realtor, isn’t daunted by her lack of political experience or her loss in last week’s West Columbia City Council race. She just wants to improve her city.Read More
Early voting turnout quadruples that in SC primaries
by Hanah Watts | Nov 4, 2022
South Carolina saw early voting for the first time during this year’s June primaries. Now, it has taken off in the General Election.Read More
What should be expected from SC gov candidates?
by Noah Watson | Oct 28, 2022
Henry McMaster and Joe Cunningham had their sole debate this week before the Nov. 8 election.Read More
Columbia grappling with nationwide question of how to regulate short-term rental business
by Kailey Cota | Oct 12, 2022
Columbia is working to to regulate short-term rental units to appease neighbors who don’t want Airbnbs on their street and industry leaders who make a living by renting out homes.Read More
SC abortion bill could lead to logistical problems, experts say
by Bee Brawley | Sep 26, 2022
The recent South Carolina abortion bill could lead to logistical problems for those seeking abortions across the state, according to experts.Read More
Politicians are talking abortion – but they’re not the only ones
by Kaylie Pomichalek | Sep 15, 2022
South Carolina organizations are lobbying to protect reproductive rights as legislators rework a bill that would prohibit almost all abortions.Read More
Black students face significant debt despite loan forgiveness plan
by Shakeem Jones and Bee Brawley | Sep 7, 2022
A student studies on campus at USC. Photo by: Shakeem Jones President Biden’s announcement...Read More
S.C. Senate moves to allow sex offenders off the state registry
by Kaitlyn McCue | Apr 20, 2022
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
Blythewood teacher and lobbyist “changing the conversation” on education
by Cora Stone | Mar 22, 2022
Government teacher and education lobbyist Patrick Kelly wears two hats while combating the South Carolina education crisis. Both of his roles are directly impacting the state of education in S.C.Read More
South Carolina leaders optimistic about Childs’ nomination to Supreme Court
by Caroline Williamson and Cora Stone | Feb 9, 2022
After being named by the White House as a potential nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, J. Michele Childs has support from South Carolina leaders.Read More
Senators aim to reach agreement over medical marijuana bill next week
by Carson Peaden and Ashley Miller | Feb 4, 2022
The Senate is still debating a proposed bill of medical marijuana. Tom Davis, the main sponsor of the bill, believes the measure would be beneficial for those suffering from chronic pain.Read More
Churches suffered losses during the pandemic. This congregation lost its pastor.
by Hannah Wade | Nov 30, 2021
Chairs separated for social distancing. Fist bumps and waves instead of hugs and handshakes. New pastors in the pulpit. South Carolina churches have been affected by the pandemic in many ways and some are changed forever.Read More
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