Included in the evening's final newscast: -- A federal judge in Charleston blocked looser clean water rules from the Trump administration -- Federal regulators say Westinghouse wants to delay cleanup of a uranium leak at its Columbia plant until it closes the plant -- in 2058 -- Ridgeland woman charged with taking nearly $250,000 from Jasper County -- SC unemployment rate drops, but largely due to those leaving the labor force
After the latest $350,000 proposal to exhibit the last Confederate battle flag flown on the Statehouse grounds was not included in the final state budget, a Columbia museum says it will abandon the idea of a separate room and just display the flag on a wall. Confederate Relic Room & Museum director Allen Roberson said the flag has spent the past three years in storage as the museum tried to find a place for it. Legislators rejected an
South Carolina's employment agency reported the state's unemployment rate dropped last month, as a net 3,100 people left the labor force. The Department of Employment and Workforce (SCDEW) announced Friday that the decline in unemployed South Carolinians -- combined with a slight growth in people listed as working -- helped drop the jobless rate to 3.6 percent in July. SCDEW said a net additional 1,651 people were listed as working.
Included in the noon newscast: -- SC Chamber of Commerce leader warns many businesses face higher state taxes unless lawmakers act -- Second fire in two months reported at Anderson apartment complex
Several colleges across South Carolina are heading back to class next week, which can cause anxious feelings for new college students. University of South Carolina physical education professor of developmental sports psychology Dr. Eva Monsma told South Carolina Radio Network that applying sport psychology skills such as mindfulness and mental practice can help ease a student’s nervous mind. “Any time we’re in a situation where we’re not
A resolution which made it through the legislature this session officially established this week as Immunization Week in South Carolina. Doctors say immunization protects people from diseases which have serious side effects or can be deadly. They strongly encourage parents to immunize their children. "It is a very easy, safe, and effective way to prevent children from being exposed and getting sick with up to 16 infectious diseases,"
South Carolina’s employment agency reported the state’s unemployment rate dropped last month, as a net 3,100 people left the labor force. The Department of Employment and Workforce (SCDEW) announced Friday that the decline in unemployed South Carolinians — combined with a slight growth in people listed as working — helped drop the jobless rate to 3.6 […]
The pines trees and the climate are talking to each other on Hobcaw Barony in Georgetown County, and Clemson University scientist Tom O’Halloran is using a tower to eavesdrop on their conversations. O’Halloran told South Carolina Radio Network his team will study the data over an extended time period to investigate the development of statistical relationships […]