A civil rights group says a waiver that allows federally funded foster care agencies to deny services to same-sex or non-Christian couples is unconstitutional.
South Carolina’s Supreme Court has suspended the law license of a prosecutor accused of embezzling money seized from drug defendants to pay for personal trips to Europe and the Galapagos Islands.
Torrential rains from Hurricane Florence will test South Carolina’s infrastructure, which failed under historic flooding in 2015.
A South Carolina teenager pleaded guilty Wednesday to allegations that he tried to fight for the Islamic State group.
Call it a tail-wagging ending to a doggone good story.
A white supremacist has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison for illegally buying a gun authorities say he planned to use in a hate crime attack similar to the South Carolina church shootings.
Federal investigators on Tuesday grilled train company executives about a deadly South Carolina crash that happened earlier this year, asking officials with the company that owns the tracks about changes within the company in the months leading up to the crash.
Federal officials say they conducted a successful test earlier this year of a jamming technology some hope will help combat the threat posed by inmates with smuggled cellphones.
A white South Carolina restaurant manager has pleaded guilty to abusing and enslaving a mentally challenged black employee.
More than a dozen employees of South Carolina’s Department of Corrections have pleaded not guilty to federal charges related to bribery and contraband taken into the state prisons, days after a deadly prison riot left seven inmates dead.