Acting United States Attorney M. Rhett DeHart announced Thursday a Federal Grand Jury in Columbia returned a multiple-count indictment in connection with the production of fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination record cards.This indictment marks the first of its kind in South Carolina.
The Lexington County Public Information Officer, Jessica Imbimbo says Lexington County Fire Service Engine 316 collided with another vehicle at the intersection of St. Matthews Road and Pine Tower Circle in Swansea.
South Carolina’s attorney general said more lawsuits could be coming if the state decides to challenge other pandemic-related actions from the Biden administration. To this point, South Carolina has already joined other states to file three lawsuits challenging federal vaccine requirements
The loss of two longtime volunteers, Stuart and Wanda Stout, leaves a hole in the heart of the organization and an even bigger void in the lives of their adult kids. Dayton, Morgan, and Blaine are coping with the losses of their parents this holiday season.
After a federal judge sided with South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson Tuesday to block the federal government from requiring healthcare workers receive the COVID-19 vaccine, Lexington Medical Center will pause its requirement for employees.
So far this year, 64 people have reported that someone had filed their taxes for them, making tax fraud the top reported way that consumers had their identities stolen in the state, according to the SC Dept. of Consumer Affairs.