A group of Republican state representatives has introduced 10 pieces of legislation to curb South Carolina’s growing opioid and heroin epidemic.
The House voted 97 to 18 on Wednesday to increase the state’s gas tax and create several driving fees to pay for road and bridge repairs across the state.
State Sen. William Timmons has asked the SCDOT to explore the possibility of removing the Church Street bridge permanently.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley has nominated a former South Carolina governor to lead the World Food Programme.
Trey Gowdy: ‘It’s too early’ for a special prosecutor to investigate alleged ties between Trump, Russia
The South Carolina Republican says lawmakers need to reevaluate their call for a special prosecutor to investigate alleged ties between Russia and Trump.
Graham has reintroduced a bill to defund the Palestinian Authority, which uses foreign aid to pay convicted terrorists and their families.
Greenville motorists could get an unexpected, but really useful Christmas present this year — a new road that’s expected to cut traffic on Woodruff Road by more than 20 percent.
The South Carolina Republican is holding a town hall on Saturday at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University.
After a tumultuous first month in the White House, it seems that President Donald J. Trump has become less popular among South Carolinians.
Henry F. “Hank” Cooper negotiated with the Soviets as the Reagan administration’s chief representative at space and defense talks in Geneva in the 1980s.
In recent years, state court decisions have created a situation where only DSS has the ability to place children for adoption, ignoring the desires of the birth parents, foster parents, and others, who might desire to petition to adopt.
Greenville’s current downtown design guidelines were written in 2000, before development exploded beyond its traditional Main Street core into the West End and West Greenville, which have their own building character. That explosion has produced conflict between growth and preserving downtown’s historic character. This week, the city will unveil its new design guidelines. The proposed guidelines, […]
U.S. Sens. Tim Scott and Cory Booker have reintroduced a bill designed to create jobs for younger Americans, especially minorities struggling to find work.
In an interview with CBS News, Sen. Lindsey Graham had some thoughts on President Trump’s recent criticism of the American media and judiciary.
A proposed fix to the state’s pension system and a new business license bill under consideration by the South Carolina legislature could cost Greenville millions of dollars and could force significant job and service cuts, a tax increase or a significant business license fee increase, or a combination of the three.