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William Joseph Blinn’s suicide, the first at the York County Detention Center since 1992, was investigated by SLED, which after closing the case gave the file to 16th Circuit Kevin Brackett, responsible for deciding if charges would be filed in Blinn’s death.

A Rock Hill man was blinded in one eye after deputies say his neighbor pummeled him in the face this week because the victim allegedly refused to grab him a can of beer.

After years of fierce opposition, there is a good possibility the South Carolina legislature will pass a statewide texting-while-driving ban.

Two Columbia men were arrested Thursday for attempting to perform illicit sexual acts at a public boat landing near Irmo.

The large cross was built from the wood of a tree planted by a longtime church patron who died several years ago.

In a nation where 92 percent of seafood is imported and labeling fraud is rife, both state and federal lawmakers are moving to pass laws to help make sure customers are getting the seafood they are paying for.

The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Thursday:

Details will eventually be made public on what York County offered as a settlement proposal last summer to avoid a lawsuit with the Culture and Heritage Foundation, County Council Chairman Britt Blackwell said last week. The county has refused to release its settlement proposal since The Herald filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the document in August 2013.

A fire was reported Saturday morning at a Rock Hill auto business, despite the rain that fell for most of the morning.

York and Chester counties post slight gains in March while rate remains unchanged in Lancaster County.

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