Included in this evening’s newscast:
— A former governor is criticizing his party for removing the names of Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson from its annual fundraising dinner.
— Authorities have seized more than 35 tons of a chemical used to make meth from a ship passing through the Port of Charleston.
— State health officials now say there are 43 cases of Zika virus in South Carolina.
— A plant disease that can harm a familiar shrub species has been discovered for the first time at a nursery in South Carolina.