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SC parents sue over son's playground accident

BEAUFORT, S.C. — Two parents are suing the Beaufort County School District for negligence after their son broke both arms on a school playground.

11/12/10 - 4:21pm

Cops say man charged in SC killing tries suicide

BAMBERG, S.C. — Authorities say a man charged in the death of a Bamberg County store clerk is under observation after trying to kill himself.

11/12/10 - 4:18pm

Husband, ex-foe McMaster on Haley transition team

COLUMBIA — South Carolina Gov.-elect Nikki Haley welcomed the 14 executive committee members of her transition team to their first meeting Friday.

11/12/10 - 4:13pm

Subway to honor school, pupil on Monday

Nearly 100 elementary and middle school pupils in the Augusta area have competed to show they were fighting against childhood obesity, and one school will be honored for its efforts.

11/12/10 - 3:34pm

Vogtle site labor official named

The AFL-CIO’s Building and Construction Trades Department has appointed its own labor relations plant site coordinator for the construction of Units 3 and 4 at Southern Nuclear’s Plant Vogtle site in Burke County.

11/12/10 - 12:22pm

Aiken skeleton identified as man, 39

AIKEN -- The skeletal remains discovered in Aiken County by a utility worker in October have been identified.

11/12/10 - 12:51pm

Woman shot at Dogwood Terrace

Authorities said a woman is recovering after being shot in Dogwood Terrace Thursday evening.

11/12/10 - 11:37am

Man with dementia linked to burglary

An 80-year-old Augusta man is undergoing a medical evaluation after wandering from his personal care home and committing a burglary, according to an incident report.

11/12/10 - 3:09pm

SLED investigates SC doctor's office shooting

DILLON, S.C.  - The State Law Enforcement Division is investigating an officer-involved shooting in Dillon.

11/12/10 - 7:18am

South Carolina's largest dairy will be at prison

REMBERT, S.C. - A state prison will soon be home to South Carolina's largest dairy under one roof, as a $7 million expansion quadruples the herd at a prison farm and allows the state to sell millions of gallons of excess milk.

11/12/10 - 6:59am
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