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Passing rate on SC exit exam improves

COLUMBIA — Slightly more students passed South Carolina's high school exit exam on their first try this year.

10/28/10 - 10:56am

Dyer campaigns in Aiken

AIKEN --- Democratic nominee for U.S. District 3 will hold a press conference at Aiken Democratic Party headquarters to discuss the recently announced partnership between Savannah River Nuclear Solutions and GE Hitachi to create small modular reactor technology. The 11 a.m. meeting will be held at K...

10/28/10 - 9:15am

SCE&G reports 2,000 power outages

South Carolina Electric & Gas crews are still working to restore power to about 184 customers in Aiken County after storms early this morning caused more than 2,000 outages.

10/28/10 - 8:58am

2 SC men ticketed after 10 dead dogs found

RIDGEVILLE, S.C. — Two Dorchester County men have been ticketed after authorities found 10 dead dogs and 31 other neglected dogs on their properties.

10/28/10 - 8:54am

Low-level tornado hit Pickens, Greenville counties

GREENVILLE, S.C. — The National Weather Service reports it was a "low-level" tornado that struck in northern Pickens and Greenville counties earlier this week.

10/28/10 - 8:53am

Charge dropped in Athens, Ga. parking bump

ATHENS, Ga. — A prosecutor has dismissed assault charges against a driver accused of using his car to nudge a man and his 3-year-old son from a parking space.

10/28/10 - 8:49am

Columbia County reports heavy rainfall totals

Heavy rains Wednesday night and this morning soaked much of the region.  Columbia County emergency management officials released the following totals.

10/28/10 - 8:46am

Quail group leaving Edgefield for SW Ga.

ALBANY, Ga. — Quail Unlimited, a nonprofit organization that promotes increasing wildlife habitat and boosting quail populations, is moving its headquarters from Edgefield, S.C. to Albany, Ga.

10/28/10 - 8:37am

Will win without runoff, Deal predicts

Republican Nathan Deal said Wednesday he's confident he can win next week's election for Georgia governor without a runoff.

10/28/10 - 6:52am

Clemson breaking ground on wind turbine facility

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C.  - Clemson University is breaking ground on a nearly $100 million center to study wind energy, a facility that could mean thousands of new jobs for South Carolina.

10/28/10 - 6:34am
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