Included in the evening's final newscast: -- The cost of health insurance under the Affordable Care Act's marketplace exchange is going up in South Carolina -- Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham vows to keep working on a healthcare bill he's sponsoring, despite John McCain's pledge to vote against it -- North Augusta is asking South Carolina's state attorney if a statue celebrating a white supremacist killed in a riot is protected by
A North Carolina man charged in a Conway bank robbery that left two employees dead could be facing the death penalty. WMBF-TV reports 32-year-old Brandon Council is scheduled to be arraigned at 2:30 p.m. on October 3 at the McMillan Federal Building in Florence. A federal grand jury returned a multiple-count indictment for Council on Wednesday. During a hearing Thursday, the presiding magistrate asked prosecutors if they intend to pursue
South Carolinians who buy their health insurance of the state exchange may have to shell out hundreds more next year for premiums, according to information released by the state Department of Insurance on Thursday. Filings released by the agency Thursday indicate the only insurer on South Carolina's exchange BlueCross BlueShield said it would raise premiums by 31 percent next year for the average plan. State Department of Insurance director
Included in the noon newscast: -- Health insurance premiums offered on the state exchanges will go up 31 percent next year -- How has former Gov. Nikki Haley done so far as UN Ambassador?
Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, now U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, was thrust in the international spotlight this week with the situation in North Korea. University of South Carolina international law professor Joel Samuels told South Carolina Radio Network that he thinks she did well. “She has done a very good job of marshaling international support using diplomacy to bring together a collation on the security
A new report ranks South Carolina as the fifth-worst rate in the country for women murdered by men. The Violence Policy Center releases the report each year to raise awareness of domestic violence issues. It found South Carolina had a rate of 1.83 per 100,000 women in 2015, which is a fraction higher than 1.73 a year earlier. South Carolina also ranked fifth in last year's report. VPC released the report in advance of Domestic Violence
South Carolinians who buy their health insurance of the state exchange may have to shell out hundreds more next year for premiums, according to information released by the state Department of Insurance on Thursday. Filings released by the agency Thursday indicate the only insurer on South Carolina’s exchange BlueCross BlueShield said it would raise premiums by 31 percent […]
A Clemson University researcher says economic growth and the rush to be close to nature makes the coastal environment more vulnerable to hurricanes. Real Estate Development professor Caitlin Dyckman told South Carolina Radio Network the impact is often overlooked. “It may potentially make storms and big events — but also gradual changes like accelerated sea […]