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Cuts will affect thousands throughout the state receiving federal unemployment pay.
The new light is set for installation at a road in Richland County this week, and could be coming soon to an intersection near you.
Former state revenue department chief information officer Mark Garon spoke before a House committee Thursday.
Proposed legislation from Upstate lawmaker Lee Bright mirrors bills that have been passed in a handful of other states.
The governor is asking citizens to observe a moment of silence Friday morning to honor those killed at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut.
In addition to Social Security numbers, personal financial information also exposed in massive hacking plot, officials say.
Loftis says Americans are ready for an adult political conversation and doesn't believe Ryan's controversial Medicare stance poses any great harm in the long run.
In a Greenville stop, Haley reiterates support for increased mental health funding — and also talks guns, ports, jobs, and more.
New political apparatus will allow the Greenville Senator to raise unlimited funds for hard-core conservative candidates — but is it legal?
House Ethics Committee later this month will hear case alleging Haley lobbied illegally.
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