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Q: BRENDA MARLOW (Charleston )
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Q: Info about the Patricia Carpenter murder July 1976 (Jasper )
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Q: earnest feltwell
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Q: when was the trial of pee wee gaskins? (Newberry )
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Q: Who did Karen Jeffcoat murder in 1989? (Pickens )
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Q: murder of kim ledford? (Aiken )
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Q: bamberg county 1990 murder
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Q: what was Alvin butler charged with
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Q: what was Alvin butler charged for in 1993 (Aiken )
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Q: Was the murderer of john larry jenkins in 2007 ever found (Jasper )
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Q: Kelly joe elloitt (Horry )
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Q: whats going on with the murder case against javaris or Hustleman in Hampton S.C.?????? (Hampton )
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Q: In what SC prison is Joshua Porch, who was convicted Monday Nov 25th, being held in for his 50 year sentence for murdering Nekia Mallory? (Horry )
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Q: when does Jason jones go to court for murder (Darlington )
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Q: when did J.c. Hand kill the bolling girl in easley,s.c/ (Pickens )
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Q: carl pauls (Hampton )
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Q: Is joshua porch standing trial right now in Richland county for the murder or nekia mallory (Richland )
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A: He was convicted on Monday night and sentenced to 50 years (Richland )
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Q: Is a trial date set for the four men that killed Jones in union sc
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Q: Murder trail for danny gossett in union sc (Union )
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Q: is a trial date set for susanna simpson dacusville sc (Pickens )
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Q: Penny hook murder (Barnwell )
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Q: walter wallace (Orangeburg )
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Q: information on the james raddatz trial in 2004
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Q: Chris Ford (Dillon )
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Q: marquis langford defendant in 2007 killing (Laurens )
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Q: Who was the teacher murdered from Taylor's Elementry school in the 1980's (Greenville )
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Q: info on Bluffton murder trial going to court this week (Beaufort )
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Q: What's going on with the Jeremy & Christine Moody double murder trial? (Union SC) (Richland )
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Q: mandy Lenore smith (Newberry )
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Q: how can I get info on the Carl Pauls case from the 1970's? (Jasper )
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Bluffton geriatric medical center again seeks more time
South Carolina
COLUMBIA - A massive, multifold geriatric healthcare facility planned for Bluffton is still moving forward but needs more time to be built.
August 20 2014
Bluffton geriatric medical center seeks more time
South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. - A massive, multi-fold geriatric health care facility planned for Bluffton is still moving forward but needs more time to be built.
August 20 2014
Attorney General Alan Wilson will still defend state's same-sex marriage law
Columbia, South Carolina
South Carolina's Attorney General says he will defend out state's marriage law despite a federal court's decision against a same-sex marriage ban in other states.
August 20 2014
Deputy, driver transported to hospital following 2-vehicle accident in Goose Creek
Accident, maryland
South Carolina Highway Patrol officials say two people including a deputy were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries following an accident in Goose Creek Monday night.
August 19 2014
South Carolina doctor wants to eliminate the spread of Ebola virus with germ-killing robots
South Carolina
Two five-foot germ-fighting robots, created and manufactured here in South Carolina, have been sent to Liberia to help combat the spread of Ebola in hospitals and clinics.
August 18 2014
4,800 in SC must verify status to keep health coverage
South Carolina
Nearly 5,000 people in South Carolina could lose their government-subsidized health care unless they verify their legal status.
August 18 2014
1 killed, 1 injured at block party in Newberry County
South Carolina
One person was killed and another injured at a block party early Sunday morning in Prosperity, according to the Newberry County Sheriff's Office.
August 18 2014
KershawHealth reorganizes EMS program
South Carolina
Kershaw County's hospital system has reorganized its EMS program in an effort to improve responses to medical emergencies.
August 18 2014
Report: Is US gov’t doing enough to support families?
South Carolina
The parenting skills of Debra Harrell, a single mother from South Carolina, were up for public scrutiny recently after she was arrested for letting her 9-year-old play in a park unattended while she worked her shift at McDonalds.  Harrell was charged with unlawful conduct toward a child, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in jail.  Her daughter was temporarily taken into the care of social ...
August 18 2014
Nason Medical Center will remain in BlueCross BlueShield network
South Carolina
Nason Medical Center will remain in-network for BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, despite an announcement in June that the health insurance company planned to cut the urgent care provider from most plans in October, the insurer said Friday.
August 18 2014
Sen. Lindsey Graham praises new veteran health care bill
South Carolina
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham says the most important part of a new health care bill for veterans passed by Congress is giving administrators the ability to fire poorly performing employees.
August 18 2014
Patient contesting hefty price tag for CT scan by local hospital
South Carolina
A year ago, Michael Hoover had an incisional hernia that required a CT scan. He was referred to radiology at Palmetto Health Parkridge Outpatient Diagnostic Center. There, he was charged $5,491.
August 18 2014
Union County sees sharp increase in animal cruelty
South Carolina
Sheriff David Taylor says reports of animals killed, stolen or maimed in Union County have already more than doubled in 2014 with four months left in the year.
August 18 2014
Despite missteps, sheriff confident in investigators' work
Beaufort, South Carolina
Despite the collapse of two high-profile trials in the past four years, Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner says he remains confident in the deputies and investigators who work for him.
August 18 2014
Lowcountry emergency clinic reports rise in Jellyfish stings, offers cheap fix
South Carolina
In the last ten days, Health First clinics throughout the Lowcountry are reporting a spike in the number of jellyfish stings among its patients.
August 17 2014
NCFD: 1 hospitalized in North Charleston mobile home fire
South Carolina
North Charleston firefighters are on the scene of an early morning mobile home fire that sent one person to the hospital.
August 17 2014
4,800 in S.C. must verify status to keep coverage
4,800 IN SOUTH CAROLINA IN JEOPARDY COLUMBIA, S.C. - Nearly 5,000 people in South Carolina could lose their government-subsidized health care unless they verify their legal status.
August 17 2014
4,800 in South Carolina must verify citizenship status to keep health coverage
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Nearly 5,000 people in South Carolina could lose their government-subsidized health care unless they verify their legal status.
August 17 2014
Charleston plays a part in squeezing every dollar possible out of a prized South Carolina heirloom
For 170 years, the care and cultivation of Bradford watermelons was mostly a matter of protecting patches from marauding fruit thieves; carefully monitoring melons for ripeness and saving seeds from the exemplars to plant in future years.
August 17 2014
Anniversary: Brian Brouwer & Kelley Brouwer
South Carolina
Charles and Betty Brouwer celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on August 8. Charles retired from Fairfield Manufacturing after 42 years and Betty is currently a home care giver. They have 4 children, Brian (wife Kelley) of Lafayette, Daniel of Tempe, Arizona, Rob (wife Desirea) of Wagner, Oklahoma and Chip (wife Christy) of Summerville South Carolina. They also have 7 grandchildren.
August 17 2014
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham praises new veteran health care bill
South Carolina
COLUMBIA - The most important part of a new health care bill for veterans passed by Congress is a provision that gives administrators the ability to fire poorly performing executives, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday.
August 17 2014
1 killed, 1 injured in Orangeburg County crash
South Carolina
A fatal accident and hazardous materials spill has one lane of Interstate 26 in Orangeburg County closed, which is causing major delays in both directions.
August 17 2014
Log truck, fire truck collide, strike house in Florence County
South Carolina
One person has been taken to a hospital after a fire truck struck a house in Florence County.
August 16 2014
Over 500 patients receive free medical and vision care at annual event
South Carolina
The fourth consecutive year of SC Mission 2014 Midlands saw over 500 patients in a two-day period. 
August 16 2014
SC Mission delivers free health care to Midlands residents
South Carolina
People took full advantage of free medical services that were offered Friday through South Carolina Mission Midlands, a two-day event which offers care for uninsured and under-insured people who are 17 and older.
August 16 2014
Doctor: Ebola virus outbreak not likely, could be treated
South Carolina
A local doctor says an Ebola virus is not likely, but hospitals are prepared to treat it and other infectious diseases.
August 16 2014
Police: Va. deputy shot daughter, crashed car
South Carolina
Authorities say a Virginia deputy sheriff shot his 16-year-old daughter after mistaking her for an intruder, then crashed his car as he rushed her to the hospital.
August 16 2014
Woman in murder-for-hire plot sentenced to 15 years in prison
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
The girlfriend of a former banker was sentenced to 15 years in prison in connection with a murder-for-hire scheme against the ex-wife of her then-boyfriend.
August 16 2014
AnMed Health becomes first branch campus of MUSC
South Carolina
AnMed Health finalized an agreement with the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston last Friday to become its first branch campus. Through the partnership, selected third- and fourth-year MUSC students will complete their final two years of education at AnMed Health. Six third-year students will arrive on campus next fall. By 2017, a total of 24 medical students will train in ...
August 15 2014
Insurers' alliance part of national health-care industry trend
South Carolina
In today's highly competitive health insurance marketplace, it's getting harder than ever to survive as a standalone, regional company. Just ask Independent Health.
August 15 2014
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