A new law in South Carolina makes it possible for motorists to use their smartphones to show proof of insurance during law enforcement traffic stops. The law took effect last week when Gov. Nikki Haley signed House Bill 3623 into law.
COLUMBIA — Twelve people were written tickets as protesters angry at South Carolina’s decision to reject federal money to expand Medicaid blocked an entrance to the Statehouse garage for a second week.
COLUMBIA (AP) — About half of the nearly 56,000 people who have signed up in South Carolina for health insurance under the new health care law supported by President Barack Obama are 45 years old or older.
Columbia — The $70,000 in money taken away from two colleges for assigning gay-themed books is a minuscule part of South Carolina’s $24 billion budget next year. But an effort to restore the money took up a majority of the first day of deliberations...
COLUMBIA — As Greenville County deputies began investigating the death of a 3-month-old girl at a home day care, the owner insisted she was only watching the maximum of six children she was licensed to care for.
HARTSVILLE — A 911 caller reported that an experimental plane was having trouble with its landing gear minutes before the plane crashed in a Hartsville subdivision, killing the three men on board, authorities said on Sunday.