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17 percent of SC residents have no health coverage

CHARLESTON, S.C. - New figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that 17 percent of South Carolinians have no health insurance.

09/23/09 - 8:22am

Events taking place today at Westobou

A list of events taking place today at the Westobou festival.

01/19/10 - 9:38pm

Many Atlanta schools to open after storm closings

ATLANTA - Most metro Atlanta students will return to school after getting a day off as campuses closed to deal with storms and flooding.

01/20/10 - 9:09am

Waycross mobile home builder gets $3.2 billion FEMA contract

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded a $3.2 billion contract to ScotBilt Homes in Waycross to build 67,500 mobile homes over the next five years.

09/23/09 - 6:48am

Death toll at 10 as Southeast floods start to ebb

AUSTELL, Ga. - As floodwaters around Atlanta began to recede, residents were packing moving vans with furniture and commiserating about water-logged apartments.

09/23/09 - 7:02am

Schools to offer free H1N1 shots

Columbia County school officials decided today to offer free clinics to administer the H1N1 vaccine next month in each public school.

09/22/09 - 9:19pm

Officer who attacked teen is fired

A Richmond County school safety officer was fired today over what officials say was a physical confrontation with a 14-year-old at a Sept. 11 football game at ARC.

01/14/10 - 11:57pm

Dogwood Stables' owned colt euthanized

VERSAILLES, Ky. - Former Preakness champion Summer Squall was euthanized Tuesday at Lane's End Farm due to complications of old age. He was 22. Summer Squall finished second in the 1990 Kentucky Derby behind Unbridled, then returned the favor in the Preakness following a thrilling stretch duel ...

09/22/09 - 4:33pm

Pair sought in check forgeries

North Augusta authorities are asking for help identifying a man and a woman wanted in connection with two check forgeries.

09/22/09 - 3:52pm

8 injured in 2 school bus crashes

Two Columbia County school buses were involved in accidents today, and eight students in the first accident were taken to the hospital to be checked for minor injuries.

01/08/10 - 4:30pm

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