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South Carolina lawmakers fail in attempt to undo Obamacare
South Carolina
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) - South Carolina lawmakers failed to derail implementation of President Barack Obama's signature health care law in the state when a measure was defeated in the Republican-controlled Senate. Late Wednesday night, however, Senators voted 33-9 to defeat an amendment regarding the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. The amendment ...
April 13 2014
MUSC, SC hospitals collaborate to reduce costs
South Carolina
Five of South Carolina's largest health care providers have teamed up to help drive down care costs, including MUSCHealth in Charleston.
April 13 2014
Victim's father forgives murder suspect during bond hearing
South Carolina
Army Sergeant Daniel Harlington was on military duty in Germany when he got the news that his son had been shot dead at a house on Woodlawn Avenue in North Charleston.
April 13 2014
2 brothers sentenced for SC health care fraud
South Carolina
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Two men from the Carolinas have been sentenced to federal prison for bilking the government of millions of dollars in Medicaid funding.
April 09 2014
Sentencing scheduled for $9M Medicaid fraud case
South Carolina
Two men who ran a for-profit youth mentoring service will be sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Charleston for committing nearly $9 million in Medicaid fraud between 2009 and 2010.
April 09 2014
2 loggerheads released off coast of South Carolina
South Carolina
(AP) Two large loggerhead turtles are again swimming in the Atlantic Ocean after being released off the coast of South Carolina. The turtles were released Wednesday after recovering for about 10 months at the Sea Turtle Hospital at the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston. They were released offshore in the Gulf Stream where the water temperature is more than 70 degrees. One of the turtles is ...
April 09 2014
1969 black hospital workers’ strike remembered 45 years later
South Carolina
The bravery of black hospital workers in Charleston remembered 45 years after the hospital workers’ strike of 1969. Thursday afternoon local organizations and state leaders came together to honor the workers who marched the streets.
April 04 2014
Man sentenced to 36 years in prison for West Ashley murder
South Carolina
A 30-year-old man has been sentenced to 36 years in prison for a 2011 murder in West Ashley. Solicitor Scarlett Wilson said a Charleston County jury found Devin Johnson guilty of murder Thursday morning following a 3-day trial
April 03 2014
Caregiver accused of taking more than $9k from woman
South Carolina
A 52-year-old woman is behind bars accused of taking more than $9,000 from a woman she was taking care of. The Charleston County Sheriff's Office arrested Dorothy Denise Shivers.
March 30 2014
Co-defendant in Charleston murder-for-hire case recommended for pre-trial diversion
Moore, South Carolina
One of the co-defendants of a Charleston murder-for-hire case that targeted a former bank executive's estranged wife may not go to prison.
March 27 2014
Hospital strike in Charleston remembered, current issues addressed
South Carolina
In March 1969, workers unhappy about discriminatory practices, unequal pay, institutional harassment and widespread racial discord at the Medical College Hospital went on strike.
March 22 2014
Dash Cam: Police cruiser flips sending officer, chaplain to hospital
South Carolina
South Carolina Highway Patrol says two people were taken to a hospital Wednesday night after a North Charleston police cruiser flipped while on its way to the scene of an accident.
March 18 2014
Hearing set for ocean driving mom
Charleston, South Carolina
The pregnant woman accused of trying to kill her three children by driving her minivan into the Atlantic Ocean off Daytona Beach will appear in court Monday seeking to be released from jail or have her bail reduced.
March 17 2014
South Carolina's criminal trial scheduling on brink of change
South Carolina
Two or three times a month, dozens of people from around Charleston County pack inside a courtroom at 100 Broad St. in downtown Charleston.
March 16 2014
Roper St. Francis Named Top Hospital For Patient Care
South Carolina
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Roper St. Francis is the only health system in South Carolina to be recognized by Truven Health Analytics as a Top Hospital for Patient Care and Outcomes. The Truven Health 15 Top Health ...
March 14 2014
After evidence rule violation, judge decides against third mistrial in North Charleston double homi
North Charleston, South Carolina
A judge on Wednesday decided against a third mistrial for murder defendant Rick Morrocco Williams after faulting a prosecutor for not giving information to the defense.
March 12 2014
Crews responding to accident in North Charleston
South Carolina
Charleston County Dispatch confirms emergency crews are responding to an accident near the intersection of Azalea Drive and Baker Hospital Boulevard in North Charleston.
March 11 2014
South Carolina teen hospitalized after swallowing blow dart during YouTube challenge
South Carolina
Evan Bleier CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C., Feb. 26 (UPI) -- S.C. teen Shawn Stillinger treated at at the Medical University of South Carolina.after swallowing blow dart during YouTube challenge.
March 11 2014
Hundreds seek help weeks before healthcare deadline
South Carolina
The City of Charleston, along with state non-profit group, The Palmetto Project, teamed up to provide answers to hundreds in search of affordable healthcare.
March 08 2014
Jury finds Chris Latham guilty of one count and hung on his other charges, Moore found guilty of al
Charleston, South Carolina
Wendy Moore was found guilty on all counts and Chris Latham on one count in the federal murder-for-hire case.
March 05 2014
Duplex sale to support Children’s Hospital
South Carolina
The Medical University of South Carolina Foundation was recently granted three duplex apartments in North Charleston. The properties were sold for $279,000.
March 02 2014
Duplex sale to support MUSC Children’s Hospital
South Carolina
The Medical University of South Carolina Foundation was recently granted three duplex apartments in North Charleston. The properties were sold for $279,000.
March 02 2014
Man charged with murder in deadly 2012 home invasion
South Carolina
The Sumter County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Charleston man for deadly home invasion in May of 2012.
February 28 2014
One person transported to the hospital following N. Charleston fire
South Carolina
Officials with the North Charleston Fire Department say one person was transported to the hospital following a fire Wednesday night. Authorities say emergency crews responded to a structure fire on Bonds Avenue.
February 27 2014
One person transported to the hospital following shooting in West Ashley
South Carolina
Police are investigating a shooting in West Ashley Monday afternoon. Officials with the Charleston Police Department say officers are in the area of Briarcliff Drive off of Savannah Highway.
February 25 2014
Closing arguments in federal murder-for-hire trial expected to begin Tuesday in downtown Charleston
South Carolina
Closing arguments are expected to begin Tuesday in the murder-for-hire trial that's been taking place in federal court in Charleston for the past two weeks.
February 24 2014
Defense attorneys begin cross examination of codefendant in Latham murder-for-hire case
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
A codefendant in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme took the stand for the second day this week during the federal trial in downtown Charleston against a former banker and his girlfriend.
February 21 2014
Palmetto Primary Care to bring 1,500 jobs to Nexton site near Summerville
South Carolina
A North Charleston-based health care practice is proposing to invest $135 million to build a 1,500-worker medical hub with the help of a Wall Street powerhouse.
February 21 2014
Local cancer doctor, 66, hospitalized after she was robbed in downtown Charleston
South Carolina
A local cancer doctor remained hospitalized Thursday after she was robbed earlier this week near the busy King Street shopping and dining corridor in downtown Charleston.
February 21 2014
Target of alleged murder-for-hire plot testifies in case against ex-husband
South Carolina
The target of an alleged murder-for-hire plot prosecutors say was ordered by her estranged husband and his girlfriend, took the stand Friday in their federal trial in Charleston.
February 14 2014
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