Lawmakers are mulling over a piece of legislation that would require all sign language interpreters in the state to be nationally certified before they can be hired to work in hospitals, courtrooms, and public schools.
Two national speakers will share their experience with vaping during a free event at White Knoll High School, Monday evening. Everyone is welcome to attend, but the flyer is specifically reaching out to families with students in sixth grade and up.
Tropical Storm Nestor brought heavy rain and gusty winds to the Midlands starting this morning but that didn’t stop hundreds of people from pouring into Columbia for the face-off between the UofSC Gamecocks and the Florida Gators and another day at the South Carolina State Fair.
A few weeks after a lawsuit was filed in Richland County over the South Carolina Republican Party’s decision to cancel their presidential preference primary in 2020, a judge listened to arguments from attorneys representing the plaintiffs and defendants in the case.
Nearly every county in South Carolina continues to experience drought conditions. This update coming after the state’s Drought Response Committee met this week to reevaluate the drought status of each county.
Nearly a million children nationwide automatically eligible for free school lunch programs could lose that eligibility. A new proposal aims to tighten eligibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, commonly known as food stamps.
More than 2 million people across eight states, and in the nation’s capital, are expected to take part in Thursday’s Great SouthEast ShakeOut. This safety drill is the highlight of South Carolina’s ongoing Earthquake Preparedness Week.