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A Parent-To-Parent Campaign To Get Vaccine Rates Up

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

A mother in Greenville, S.C., was startled by how many parents were opting not to immunize their kids, so she started her own group to counter misinformation about childhood vaccinations.


How One Woman Is Working To Educate Parents On Vaccinations

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Public health advocates have struggled to change the minds of these so called anti-vaxxers. But one South Carolina woman has a different approach: reaching parents before they even become parents.


Early Voting Changes In North Carolina Spark Bipartisan Controversy

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

At a time when early voting is becoming increasingly popular nationwide, a new law passed by North Carolina's GOP-controlled legislature cuts early voting sites by nearly 20 percent.


GOP Health Bill Could Let Insurers Cap Spending On Expensive Patients

Friday, June 30, 2017

Current law requires all health insurance sold on the exchanges to cover 10 essential benefits — with no annual or lifetime limits to reimbursement. But the GOP plan might let states reinstate limits.


Former S.C. Police Officer Pleads Guilty In Killing Of Unarmed Black Man

Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager is planning to plead guilty to violating the civil rights of an unarmed black motorist he shot and killed as he ran from a 2015 traffic stop.


In Charleston, Cannonball Discoveries Are Constant Reminders Of Past Wars

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Relics from the Revolutionary War and the Civil War are creating all sorts of problems in South Carolina. Old cannonballs continue to be found, and many need to be detonated.


The Sorry State Of South Carolina's Roads

Saturday, March 18, 2017

The country's roadways are crumbling and transportation officials say they need plenty of money to fix what's broken. But there's not a lot of enthusiasm for dedicating money or raising taxes.


Years In The Making, Effort To Unionize S.C. Boeing Workers Comes To A Vote

Monday, February 13, 2017

About 3,000 workers at Boeing's South Carolina plants will vote this week on whether to unionize. Employees have waited years for this vote in a state with the lowest union membership rate in the U.S.


Charleston Residents Respond To Church Shooter's Death Penalty Sentence

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Charleston, S.C., has been through a lot of racial tension in the last two years. Community leaders are reacting to Dylann Roof's death penalty sentence in the 2015 church shootings.


Judge To Formally Hand Down Death Sentence For S.C. Church Shooter

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

A federal jury in Charleston, S.C., has sentenced Dylann Roof to death for the 2015 church killings. The same jury convicted him last month in the nine shootings.


After Closing Arguments, Jurors Deliberate In Charleston Shooter Death Penalty Case

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Prosecutors and Dylann Roof gave closing arguments before a federal jury Tuesday in Charleston, S.C. Jurors are deciding whether Roof should receive the death penalty for killing nine people at a church in 2015.


Prosecutors Rest Death Penalty Case Against Church Shooter Dylann Roof

Monday, January 09, 2017

Prosecutors in Charleston, S.C., wrapped up their death penalty case against Dylann Roof Monday. Roof was convicted of the 2015 church shootings, and jurors are deciding whether he lives or dies.


Next Phase Of Dylann Roof's Murder Trial Will Determine Punishment

Sunday, January 01, 2017

Roof was convicted of killing nine people in a Charleston church. The penalty phase will determine whether he's executed for the crimes or will spend life in prison.


Jury Shown Video Of Dylann Roof's Confession: 'We All Know I'm Guilty'

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Jurors in Dylann Roof's federal trial got to hear from the Charleston church shooting suspect firsthand. Prosecutors played his FBI interrogation tape that was recorded in 2015.


Jury Views Dylann Roof's Confession At Charleston Church Shooting Trial

Friday, December 09, 2016

In the federal Charleston, S.C., church shooting trial Friday, jurors heard Dylann Roof's taped interrogation. In it, he confessed to killing the nine parishioners.


After A Mistrial, South Carolina Prosecutors Plan A Retrial In Police Shooting

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

After a jury deadlocked, South Carolina prosecutors say they will retry Michael Slager, the former North Charleston police officer who was filmed in the fatal shooting of Walter Scott.


Judge Declares Mistrial In South Carolina Police Shooting Trial

Monday, December 05, 2016

A judge in South Carolina declared a mistrial in the police shooting case of Michael Slager. Slager was video taped shooting Walter Scott after he fled a traffic stop. Jurors deadlocked on Slager's guilt.


S.C. Jury Deliberates Case Of Ex-Police Officer Who Killed Motorist

Thursday, December 01, 2016

Jurors in Charleston, S.C. are deliberating the fate of former police officer Michael Slager. He's accused of murder after shooting Walter Scott, an unarmed black man, as he fled after a traffic stop.


Former South Carolina Police Officer Takes The Stand In Murder Trial

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

It was high drama in the Michael Slager murder trial this week. Slager is the former North Charleston, S.C., police officer who was taped shooting Walter Scott as he fled following a traffic stop. Slager took the stand in his own defense in the racially charged case.


Dylann Roof To Represent Himself In Charleston Church Shooting Trial

Monday, November 28, 2016

There was a bit of a courtroom surprise Monday in Charleston, S.C. A federal judge granted accused church shooter Dylann Roof's request to represent himself in his trial.