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The state is one of about three dozen that want to become a testing site for unmanned aircrafts.
The tower in Greenville is one of 149 regional control towers to close starting next month due to budget cuts.
Sen. Larry Martin is sponsoring a bill that would require people convicted of DUI to have an ignition interlock device — a mini breathalyzer that measures a person’s blood alcohol content — installed in their cars.
Gov. Nikki Haley visiting Southside High, Greenville Hospital.
Essie Mae Washington-Williams, the daughter of former Sen. Strom Thurmond, kept her biological father's name a secret for more than 70 years.
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Sgt. Aaron X. Wittman, 28, died Jan. 10 from injuries suffered during a firefight in Afghanistan's Nangarhar Province.
Friday morning six couples attempted to obtain a marriage license at Greenville County Square.
The American Taxpayer Relief Act extends the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program through Jan. 1, 2014.
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Easley's Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Bradford Thomas, 30, along with 1st Lt. Ryan Davis Rawl, 30, of Lexington, and Spc. John David Meador II, 36, of Columbia were killed in Khowst City, Khowst Province, Afghanistan when their patrol was attacked by a suicide
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