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S.C. couple killed in wreck

SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Officials have released the names of a Spartanburg couple killed in a wreck on Interstate 85 near Anderson. Multiple media outlets reported that Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore identified the victims as the driver, 34-year-old Sajid Pirani and 33-year-old Shirin Pirani. Offici...

09/20/10 - 1:23pm

Electric car company delays S.C. production

SPARTANBURG, S.C. - An electric car manufacturing company is delaying production at a new South Carolina plant until at least Christmas.

09/20/10 - 1:19pm

Man killed inside S.C. hospital after fight

CHESTER, S.C. - A man has been shot and killed in a South Carolina hospital after a fight at a nearby nightclub. Chester County Sheriff Richard Smith said several people were shot and wounded around 2 a.m. Monday at a nightclub in Chester. Those injured either drove themselves or were driven by frie...

09/20/10 - 1:15pm

6 hotel projects planned on S.C. coast

CHARLESTON, S.C. - At least a half dozen hotel projects are in the works in historic Charleston on the South Carolina coast in a sign the recession may be fading.

09/20/10 - 1:10pm

S.C. students offered $917M in scholarships

COLUMBIA - The South Carolina Education Department says the class of 2010 was offered a record $917 million in college scholarships.

09/20/10 - 1:05pm

Igor passes near Bermuda

HAMILTON, Bermuda - Hurricane Igor swept past Bermuda and kept lashing at the Atlantic island with high winds and furious waves on Monday as power failures in many areas plunged people hunkered down at home into darkness.

09/20/10 - 1:04pm

Georgian wants to become Saint

MACON, Ga. - Shelby Marwan Heggs of Macon admits he's been a sinner, but hopes his past won't keep a judge from allowing him to become a Saint.

09/20/10 - 2:44pm

$116M Powerball ticket bought at Ga. gas station

MABLETON, Ga. - A Georgia Lottery spokeswoman says a Powerball ticket worth $116 million is still unclaimed.

09/20/10 - 12:05pm

Carter sees tea party parallels to his 1976 run

ATLANTA - Former President Jimmy Carter said Monday he sees parallels between today's tea party and his own campaign for the White House in 1976.

09/20/10 - 11:15am

Poll: Keep illegal immigrants out of colleges

Two-thirds of Georgians want to bar illegal immigrants from attending the University of Georgia and other public colleges, even if they pay out-of-state tuition.

09/20/10 - 11:16am
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