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South Carolina at Tennessee game 2 recap: Gamecocks even series with 3-2 win over Vols

Finally, our long national nightmare is over: South Carolina is no longer winless in conference play. For all the runs scored in the first game of the series (mostly by Tennessee), Saturday night’s game barely featured any offense, but the Gamecocks did just enough to come away with a victory and se


Beto O'Rourke Fine-Tunes Pitch To Black Voters In South Carolina

CHARLESTON, S.C. ― “Why should black people vote for you?” Patricia Williams Lessane, an associate dean at the College of Charleston, asked point blank to Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke on Saturday, following a campaign kickoff marked by, among other things, an unusual discussion of h


Man charged in New Britain murder found in South Carolina faces judge in CT

NEW BRITAIN, CT (WFSB) -- A man accused in a New Britain murder who was arrested in South Carolina earlier this month, faced a judge in CT on Friday. Benjamin Morales, 42, was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Georgetown County, South Carolina on March 12.


South Carolina, Florida State renew rivalry in NCAA tourney

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- South Carolina and Florida State will meet for the third time in the past five seasons in the NCAA Tournament -- only this one is a couple of rounds earlier.


Drivers in South Carolina with suspended licenses have a chance at forgiveness. Here's how you can clear your suspension time:

, S.C. — (WJCL) Friday, March 22 is the last day of the state’s Driver Suspension Eligibility Week, giving drivers with suspended licenses a chance at forgiveness. Drivers can reduce or even clear their remaining suspension time; however, fees will not be waived.


AP Top South Carolina Headlines at 12:39 a.m. EDT

Campaign roundup: Harris in Texas, O'Rourke in S Carolina. O'Rourke tackles racial issues in first South Carolina visit. Booker nets 1st 2020 endorsement from S. Carolina lawmaker.


Meet the Lawyer Behind South Carolina's $1.5 Billion Lottery Winner

Before Jason Kurland knew it, he was handling $2.5 billion in lottery winnings and had become a national celebrity of sorts. The ticket to the Powerball game that would seal Jason Kurland’s fate was sold in Connecticut in 2011. When the six numbers were selected that night, he didn’t give it a secon


Hemingway returns to South Carolina

Four-star defensive tackle Tonka Hemingway returned to South Carolina on Saturday for the first time since last football season. ...


South Carolina advances tax break bills that could lure Carolina Panthers into moving

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The Carolina Panthers have not yet committed to moving to South Carolina, but the state is already moving forward with legislation to clear the way for the move.


I-85 wreck in Banks County claims life of South Carolina man

The Georgia State Patrol has released information on one of two fatal wrecks that happened on Interstate 85 in Banks County Saturday afternoon. In the 1:45 p.m. wreck on I-85 northbound near mile marker 153, a motorcyclist died after his vehicle collided with a tractor-trailer truck.


Zion gets ready for last game in South Carolina as Duke preps for UCF

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Zion Williamson has proudly represented his home state during his rise from high school highlight reels to becoming the overwhelming favorite to be selected first overall in the upcoming NBA Draft. On Sunday, the Spartanburg native will all but likely play his final organized


Softball Preview: No. 15 Rebels resume SEC play at South Carolina

OXFORD, Miss. — It is a busy time in the Ole Miss athletic department. The men’s basketball team earned an NCAA Tournament bid, the baseball team is nationally-ranked and the Grove Bowl is rapidly approaching. But don’t forget, Rebel fans, your softball team is pretty good as well!


Bernie Sanders Held a Rally In a South Carolina Black Church, But Only Around 40 People Out of 1,600 Were Black

The Washington Post reports that a Bernie Sanders rally held in the gym of a black church in North Charleston, South Carolina, that drew more than 1,600 people. Fewer than 40 were black.


'A bit of a rockstar:' Beto O'Rourke draws crowds in first 2020 presidential visit to SC

ROCK HILL — When Aggie Reyes moved from El Paso to Charleston two months ago, driving from the western corner of Texas to her new home along South Carolina's coast, she kept spotting bumper stickers featuring her former congressman far beyond their home state's borders.


Former Doherty High sprinter Wadeline Jonathas dashes to starring role at South Carolina

Wadeline Jonathas stood in the inside lane of the track at the Birmingham CrossPlex waiting to receive the baton from Tatyana Mills and embark on the anchor leg of the 1,600-meter relay.


College Hoops: South Carolina regains swagger in 74-52 win over Belmont

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Dawn Staley is feeling a whole lot better about her team than she was two weeks ago. South Carolina returned to playing with the swagger and defensive intensity that she's come accustomed to seeing in her 11 seasons as the Gamecocks coach.


Cooper, South Carolina roll past Belmont in women’s NCAAs

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Dawn Staley is feeling a whole lot better about her team than she was two weeks ago. South Carolina returned to playing with the swagger and defensive intensity that she’s come accustomed to seeing in her 11 seasons as the Gamecocks coach.


Death of a young South Carolina bike rider

WJBF - The Aiken County Coroner's office reported the death if seven-year-old Bryson Mikell of Warrenville. Bryson and his brother were riding bicycles on Ralph Green Dr. when he was struck by a car as he attempted to cross the street around 6:35 pm. Bryson was pronounced dead at the scene.


School bus slams into South Carolina home

SUMTER, S.C. — A Sumter school bus crashed into a home, causing severe damage to the house but no serious injuries to the students. The collision happened Friday afternoon McCray's Mill Road, which is near Sumter High School.


The spot ‘needs to be more productive’ for South Carolina, and it’s missing a leader

Usually, a college football team wants its leaders in place at all times to, well, lead. In South Carolina’s case this spring, there might be some benefit to missing a staple at the linebacker position, even if it’s a position the coaches need more from after last year’s performance.