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2nd man indicted in Upstate Ponzi scheme

A second person has now been indicted in a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme in the Upstate that affected over one thousand people in 25 states. Another man has now been arrested in the case of Atlantic Buillon and Coin, an alleged Ponzi scheme that br…

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Friday’s weather

Plenty of sunshine for the Palmetto State as we move into your Friday. Highs will take a run into the mid 70s for the Upstate to the upper 70s to around 80 for the Midlands and the Lowcountry. Lows tonight will fall into the low to upper 50s. Weather r…

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Friday’s weather

Plenty of sunshine for the Palmetto State as we move into your Friday. Highs will take a run into the mid 70s for the Upstate to the upper 70s to around 80 for the Midlands and the Lowcountry. Lows tonight will fall into the low to upper 50s. Weather r…

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EPA report: Twelve Mile Creek safe for recreation, but not fishing

A new EPA report says a Pickens County river that has been the focus of a three-decade cleanup is safe for swimming and kayaking. The report comes more than a year after two dams were demolished along Twelve Mile Creek to help the river better wash ou…

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NASA’s Bolden launches state museum’s expansion (VIDEO)

NASA Administrator and Midlands Native Charles Bolden briefly choked up when he talked praised his science teachers–and his mother–for making sure he got a solid science education while growing up in a South that was struggling with integr…

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Boeing GM hints at more to come for SC (AUDIO)

Jack Jones, vice president and general manager for the Boeing South Carolina plant, told an audience of state college leaders and lawmakers that his company needs employees with college and tech school education. At the same time, he says the company c…

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In 2013, South Carolinians without photo ID may still vote

The ruling in federal court in Washington, D.C. Wednesday upholding South Carolina Photo I.D. law includes some flexibility. The ruling does not allow the law to take effect until 2013 and even then those without a photo ID may still cast a ballot that…

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