Thirteen rural school districts — with less than 1,500 students each — have been ID’d by SC officials as candidates to merge or combine services, a move lawmakers are looking at amid talks on school reform.
SC politician James Clyburn, US House Majority Whip, says “Until the President releases his hostages – federal workers and the American people – there will be no negotiation,” after Trump’s border wall proposal.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has scheduled a visit to Columbia, SC on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019 as part of her 2020 presidential campaign exploratory committee, and will appear at Columbia College.
Treva Jones, a born storyteller, virtuosic news reporter and historian to a generation of Raleigh Times and News & Observer readers and staff writers, died Friday at 73. She would have advance-written this obit had she imagined her passing to be news.
The NAACP’s annual King Day at the Dome rally began as a protest against the Confederate flag. It’s become a must-attend event for presidential candidates, including, this year, Cory Booker and Bernie Sanders.
A federal jury has awarded $7 million in damages to a North Carolina trooper and his wife for when a passenger bus plowed into the trooper's sport-utility vehicle as he responded to an Interstate 40 accident.
The lunar eclipse happens on Jan. 20 and in Columbia, South Carolina between 9:30 p.m. and 1 a.m. The lunar eclipse reaches totality near 12 a.m. Super Blood Wolf Moon refers to certain nicknames & conditions
Hilton Head Island Elementary teacher Anthony Heiter’s SC teaching license was suspended after he was charged and arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a minor. Here’s how the investigation process happened
National Weather Service: A gale warning will go into effect Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. for the waters between Charleston and Savannah. Winds could reach up to 46 mph, and mariners are encouraged to seek safe harbor.
North Carolina's flagship public university is defending its use of race in admitting students and wants a lawsuit filed against it by a group representing past and potential applicants and parents dismissed.