Gov. Nikki Haley is among 10 Republican governors urging the head of the Federal Communications Commission to give states more autonomy in fighting the issue of cellphone that inmates have illegally in prison.
The Army Corps of Engineers is holding a public hearing on plans to build a $280 million rail yard at the old Charleston Navy Base to transfer shipping containers between trains and a port terminal that's being built nearby.
The vast majority of public comments submitted about a proposed cruise ship terminal at Charleston's Union Pier have either called for the plan to be scrapped or argued that the passenger terminal should be moved away from the Historic District.
A Columbia bar has been accused of serving so much alcohol to one of its underage patrons that he became extremely intoxicated and crashed his motorcycle, killing a 19-year-old woman who was riding with him.
A "Wheel to Surf" Adaptive Surfing Clinic was held in North Myrtle Beach on Saturday. Forty participants with mental and physical disabilities took to the water with help from over 100 volunteers. "Today is a life changing experience for most of us," said Brock Johnson, founder of "Wheel to Surf." The clinic was hosted with support from Coastal Adaptive Sports, Ocean-Cure, and the Adaptive Sports Project.
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Helping the disabled experience the thrill of surfing
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