Following last month’s recognition as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, United States Attorney Peter McCoy is urging the public to continue raising awareness about human trafficking and support efforts to fight modern-day slavery in South Carolina.
It’s a new year but scammers are still using the same old tactics to try and steal consumers’ information and money.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) will conduct an annual Baltimore Oriole Winter Survey Feb. 12-15, in conjunction with the Great Backyard Bird Count.
In a sure sign that spring is not far behind, the first Purple Martins of the year have been spotted in South Carolina.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has obligated $2.6 million to the State of South Carolina for costs for the COVID-19 vaccine mission.
0 COLUMBIA, S.C. – A new national report shows South Carolina now ranks fifth in the nation for how quickly the state is getting COVID-19 vaccine doses put into people’s arms. Becker’s Hospital Review, a national healthcare information forum, released its daily “States ranked by percentage of COVID-19 vaccines administered” report earlier today and South…
During the 2020 tax season, more than 1.5 million returns claimed state tax breaks available for South Carolina parents, according to the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR).
January is National Radon Action Month, and the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is encouraging South Carolinians to become familiar with the risks of radon when it’s present inside homes.
Governor Henry McMaster has announced the FY 2021-2022 Executive Budget.
2020 was an unforgettable year in the weather for South and North Carolina. We were affected by parts of 10 tropical systems including a direct strike by Hurricane Isaias, we experienced record warmth, and dealt with exceptionally heavy rainfall.