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Not everyone is taking the summer off at the College of Charleston.

A fourth patient at Greenville Memorial Hospital is dead from a rare infection that may have been spread by health workers using tap water before surgery.

U.S. nuclear regulators may need to shuffle staff as fewer nuclear plants are built and financial pressures prompt utilities to shutter existing plants, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chair Allison Macfarlane said Monday.

Former NFL coach Sam Wyche has joined the Medal of Honor Bowl's national board of directors.

Clemson reported 15 NCAA violations during the last academic year, although none of them were considered "severe" or "significant" — the two highest levels of infractions, according to the school's violations report released to The Associated Press on Monday.

The South Carolina Ports Authority saw an 8 percent growth in container volume during the fiscal year that ended June 30th.

A new analysis of sea level rise concludes that billions of dollars in property and infrastructure is at risk in extreme floods expected along the coast of the Carolinas in coming years.

A former Destiny’s Child member was in an Horry County jail Sunday morning after an incident with two NFL players, according to online records.

A new report finds that visitors to national parks in South Carolina spent almost $80 million and the parks supported 1,100 jobs last year.

Authorities in Myrtle Beach have recovered the body of a young swimmer who was reported missing over the weekend.

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