- Bush with S. Carolina prosecutor for constitutional chat Updated: Oct-02-15 6:13 am
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush is returning to South Carolina for a constitutional conversation.
- Board postpones vote on another Planned Parenthood review Updated: Oct-01-15 6:51 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - South Carolina's Legislative Audit Council postponed voting Thursday on whether to launch another state investigation into Planned Parenthood.
- Autopsy fails to identify cause of Mauldin man's death Updated: Sep-29-15 12:50 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - The Greenville County coroner's office says it has been unable to determine the cause of death of a Mauldin man whose body was found in a creek earlier this month.
- Easley woman charged with death of unborn child Updated: Sep-29-15 8:08 am
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - An Easley woman has been charged with felony driving under the influence resulting in death after an unborn child died in a wreck.
- Woman trying to help falls to her death on Greenville bridge Updated: Sep-27-15 1:59 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Authorities say a 29-year-old woman fell to her death off a bridge as she tried to help people involved in a wreck in Greenville.
- Ross punt block, Hollingsworth FG lead Furman past VMI 24-21 Updated: Sep-26-15 6:58 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Brian Ross blocked a punt and returned it 5 yards for a touchdown, and Jon Croft Hollingsworth booted a 42-yard field goal with 4:35 left to help Furman to a 24-21 Southern Conference victory over VMI on Saturday.
- SC companies that use prison labor must pay minimum wage Updated: Sep-26-15 10:52 am
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Three companies that had been using South Carolina inmate labor and paying below $2 an hour must now pay the inmates minimum wage.
- Suspended lifted for license at Greenville abortion clinic Updated: Sep-25-15 7:14 pm
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - State officials say one of two South Carolina abortion clinics which had their licenses suspended has met terms of the order and had the sanction lifted.
- SC spent $17M last year to defend officers or pay claims Updated: Sep-20-15 2:36 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - South Carolina taxpayers are spending millions of dollars a year addressing alleged misdeeds by law officers or detention officials including excessive force and civil rights violations.
- Hepatitis suspected at 2 restaurants; health clinics open Updated: Sep-20-15 11:58 am
SPARTANBURG, South Carolina - South Carolina's health agency is on the job after learning customers who ate at two Spartanburg County restaurants may have been exposed to the hepatitis A virus.
- Funeral to be held for firefighter struck on way to work Updated: Sep-20-15 4:01 am
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - The motorcyclist killed by a driver who sped away from deputies and drove the wrong way on a highway was a North Greenville firefighter.
- Police: Driver speeding from officer hits motorcyclist Updated: Sep-17-15 1:19 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - A driver who sped away from deputies after hitting one officer with his pickup truck also struck and killed a motorcyclist while driving the wrong way on a highway Thursday, Greenville County Sheriff Steve Loftis said.
- Authorities blame distracted driving for more I-85 wrecks Updated: Sep-13-15 10:37 am
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Authorities say distracted driving is to blame for a jump in wrecks involving stopped vehicles on Interstate 85 in South Carolina.
- Authorities: Moped driver dies after crashing into mailbox Updated: Sep-12-15 12:44 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - Authorities say the driver of a moped died after crashing into a mailbox in Greenville County.
- Greenville woman faces hearing on ticket fraud charges Updated: Sep-09-15 8:14 am
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - A Greenville woman is scheduled to appear in court next week on computer crime charges involving fraudulent football game tickets for Clemson, South Carolina and other colleges.
- BMW agrees to pay $1.6 million in racial discrimination suit Updated: Sep-08-15 6:17 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - BMW has agreed to pay $1.6 million and provide job opportunities for dozens of former black employees who were victims of racial discrimination involving criminal background checks, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Tuesday.
- BMW agrees to pay $1.6 million in racial discrimination suit Updated: Sep-08-15 5:58 pm
GREENVILLE, South Carolina - BMW has agreed to pay $1.6 million and provide job opportunities for dozens of former black employees who said they were victims of racial discrimination.