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“The words and thoughts in this altered message are disturbing, deeply hurtful and are not indicative of our city,” Sumter Police Chief Russell Roark said in a statement.
The Gamecocks are in a tough spot. Frank Martin said the team “had a truth-telling session” as part of Sunday’s practice.
“Majority rule works everywhere else. The same rule must apply in the United States Senate,” Leon Russell, the chairman of the NAACP National Board of the Directors, said about the filibuster.
The Greenville area reported between 4-8 inches of snow Sunday. The region is still digging itself out.
The annual high school basketball showcase featured some of the top teams and talent from around South Carolina.
Authorities named Phillip Adams as the suspect and say he killed himself while surrounded by police after a manhunt. He was a star at Rock Hill High School.
Republican AG Alan Wilson said he had no idea the group tied to the Republican Attorneys General Association urged “patriots” to push Congress to “stop the steal” before the deadly rally.
Brain fog. Fatigue. Lung damage. COVID-19 survivors across South Carolina are still dealing with frightening complications. “Is this my new normal? I’m terrified.”
Gov. Henry McMaster’s staff has been “manipulative’’ during the COVID 19 crisis, state epidemiologist Linda Bell says. She’s pledging to speak up more because of the coronavirus threat.