South Carolina lawmakers are considering a bill that would require “instruction in United States foundational history” for all public middle and high school students in a way that is consistent with former President Donald Trump’s 1776 Commission Report.
Less than a week after the state director of the South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs was suddenly fired, another member of the department’s executive staff is leaving the agency.
Federal Correctional Institution Williamsburg in the Salters area is currently reporting 35 coronavirus cases among employees, according to the U.S. Department of Justice’s Federal Bureau of Prisons COVID-19 database.
More than a year after a man’s death in Charleston County, legislation has been introduced at the state level that could impact how first responders administer a sedative that is increasingly being utilized.
The president of a union representing employees of a federal prison in Williamsburg County is accusing the facility’s leadership of making a decision that led to skyrocketing COVID-19 cases behind bars.
A shortage of nurses and doctors in South Carolina who are specially trained to conduct forensic exams on sexual assault survivors has some victim advocates worried that rapists are going unpunished because survivors don’t have access to the resources they need to pursue justice.
A Dorchester County long-term care facility for people with disabilities failed to follow infection control procedures amid an ongoing COVID outbreak among residents and workers, according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
As more people moving to the Charleston area are becoming South Carolina voters, experts are noticing a change in the way local candidates campaign amid a possible long-term shift in the way the Palmetto State votes.