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The members of the S.C. Army National Guard left Thursday for a month of training in Indiana before heading to Afghanistan.
After millions of Social Security numbers were stolen and hundreds of thousands of credit and debit card numbers were exposed, the state is providing free credit monitoring to residents.
An ethics committee cleared Haley of all charges of ethics violations Friday, but will the digging into Haley's past stop?
Government, Local Connections, Awareness
Gov. Nikki Haley told the House Ethics Committee Thursday that GOP activist John Rainey was a "racist, sexist bigot."
The committee is looking into allegations that Gov. Nikki Haley illegally lobbied for her employers while she was a representative in the House.
The state's new budget is supposed to begin July 1, but lawmakers can't reach an agreement about tax relief for business owners.
Police & Fire, Elections
Rep. Ted Vick, D-Chesterfield, had been drinking with a female USC student and was giving her a ride home, according to a police report.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Oregon's State Board of Education banned Native American school mascots last week, but the issue hasn't come up in South Carolina recently.
The governor asked Senators to provide $93 million in tax relief.
Federal judges threw out a lawsuit that claimed the State Election Commission's decision to send partial ballots to military and overseas voters was a violation of federal law.
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