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A former background investigator who did work under contract for the Office of Personnel Management has pleaded guilty to falsifying his work.

York officials have asked the State Law Enforcement Division to investigate an allegation that the police chief used excessive force.

South Carolina's highest court says a law governing how the state's elections are conducted is valid.

A South Carolina advocacy group is joining a Columbia-based law firm and the Dorn VA Medical Center to offer legal aid to military veterans.

A woman has been shot and killed by Lancaster County sheriff's deputies responding to a call about a person driving erratically.

South Carolina's Libertarian Party says a law governing how the state's elections are conducted is invalid.

The South Carolina Republican Party ordered former GOP gubernatorial candidate Tom Ervin on Thursday to stop calling himself an independent Republican, which Ervin says tramples the constitutional right to free speech.

The family of a man who died in the Orangeburg jail is suing, contending he did not get adequate medical care.

A special education teacher from Horry County has been named South Carolina's Teacher of the Year.

After a legal dispute with a competing business, a Beaufort deli has changed the name of one of its signature sandwiches to "The Cease-and-Desist."

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