York, Lancaster and Chester counties in South Carolina have thousands of people living in poverty. The U.S. Census Bureau data helps determine Title 1 school funding. Median income is up. Nonprofit aims to help.
What’s next for U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford, R-Charleston, after a long career in Congress unexpectedly ended this year? The SC congressman is trying to figure that out after moving in with one of his sons.
In a week, S.C. lawmakers will begin filing bills that they will propose during the 2019-20 legislative session. Here is a look at 10 upcoming proposals and how they could affect everyday South Carolinians.
More than 93,000 South Carolina residents have lost power because of snow, sleet and freezing rain caused by a winter storm, and that number could grow as temperatures drop according to weather forecasts.
The Catholic Diocese of Charleston is set to release names of priests credibly accused of sexual abuse against children. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone says its step toward healing. The list goes back to 1950.