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A writer named Jack Findley once noted that the past is always with us — an antique car, golden oldies and a 140-year-old home on Beaverdam Road outside Aiken.

Investigators say a man has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of his father in their Mullins home.

Columbia's mayor says he will ask a City Council committee to study whether Columbia's troubled crime lab should merge with Richland County's lab.

Authorities say a man who crashed into a Spartanburg County deputy has been charged with driving under the influence.

Authorities say a man who struck two pedestrians on Folly Beach, then drove away has been charged with reckless homicide after one of the victims died.

Charleston's bus authority spends about one dollar of every 27 dollars it collects in its fare boxes just to count money.

Common Core education standards are opposed by conservatives across the country. Here's a look at what they are and what's happening in South Carolina:

Residents of the first French town liberated from the Nazis after the World War II D-Day invasion are visiting South Carolina.

Chris Brown had always heard the adage, "neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night ..." but he never thought it would also include saving a choking child.

State troopers say a person has been killed while walking on Interstate 20 in Lee County.

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