Included in this evening’s newscast:
— SC’s highway department says it will begin crafting specific ten-year plans to help lawmakers associate particular projects with the funding needed.
— An Easley man has been sentenced to 16 years in federal prison for killing a companion inside a North Carolina Indian reservation church.
— The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it recently detected an antibiotic resistant strain of E. coli in South Carolina.
— The State Ethics Commission has dismissed “pay to play” allegations against North Charleston’s mayor.