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Long lines, steady donations at food banks

While their donors continue to give generously heading into the holiday season, food bank managers throughout the Carolinas say that they constantly struggle to meet the demand of more and more hungry families.

11/25/10 - 4:33pm

SC politicians had 'intimate' dinner with firm

Beaufort County, S.C., council members say a lavish dinner paid for by an engineering firm had nothing to do with that company winning a $1 million contract from the county.

11/25/10 - 4:32pm

Woman says she was held captive for 3 weeks

A young Mexican woman says she was held captive in a North Charleston home, assaulted and expected to work as a prostitute.

11/25/10 - 4:17pm

South Carolina-Clemson rivalry gets kinder

The Clemson-South Carolina rivalry has never been known for its civility. But as No. 18 South Carolina gets ready to play Clemson, the tension - at least between the teams - has cooled in recent years.

11/25/10 - 9:44pm

Police respond to double killing

Two teenage girls were found shot and killed early this morning in a wooded lot at the corner of Twiggs Street and Laney Walker Blvd, according to a news release from Richmond County sheriff's Cpt. Scott Peebles.

11/25/10 - 12:01pm

Car kept going after arrest in North Augusta

A North Augusta Public Safety officer's attempt to collar a shoplifter Tuesday ended with the suspect on the hood of a cruiser and the suspect's car rolling away. Officers were sent to the Walmart around 3:15 p.m. to intercept a shoplifting suspect who was driving away from the store on the 1200 blo...

11/24/10 - 10:56pm

GBI probes man's death in custody

ALBANY, Ga.  — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into how an Albany man died while in the custody of Dougherty County police.

11/24/10 - 1:56pm

SC girl fakes illness to end abduction

CORBIN, Ky. --  Police say a South Carolina girl abducted by her dad faked stomach pains to set up her rescue in Kentucky.

11/24/10 - 1:54pm

Drought worries continue for most of SC

COLUMBIA — Experts say most of South Carolina still faces some drought concerns heading into the winter.

11/24/10 - 1:50pm

Walton Way lanes closing Monday

Walton Way lane closures are expected for one month while crews work to fix the road, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation,

11/24/10 - 6:04pm
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