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State Senate judiciary chairman Larry Martin said Friday the past week was a successful one as two crucial bills — on domestic violence and ethics — passed his committee and are now headed to the Senate floor.
Walking into The Burrito Shack feels like a mini vacation at the beach, and on a blustery winter day, it offers a nice change of pace.
On Nov. 15, 2004, SPC John Gallina and Sgt. Dale Beatty, of the North Carolina National Guard, were sweeping an area for mines in Northern Iraq when their lives were forever changed.
Recent incidents of racial unrest involving law enforcement and residents in Ferguson, Mo., and nationwide have led Pickens County sheriff Rick Clark to take a proactive approach.
South Carolina lawmakers officially began their 2015 legislative session Tuesday, and several top priorities have already been listed by the state’s technical college system that officials hope legislators will act upon this year.