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City leaders can't decide on what to do about Regency Mall

Updated: 06/09/2014 - "Code enforcement several years ago said that it was up to code. They said it was mothballed. I insisted they go back in and they found leakage coming in from the roof," said Commissioner Bill Lockett.

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New laws grow craft breweries, allow CBD oil

Posted: 06/05/2014 - Bills becoming law in the Legislature's final days include those that allow epileptic patients to legally possess oil derived from marijuana, grow South Carolina's craft brewery business, and make barbecue the state's official picnic food.

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More Clinton White House records to be released

Posted: 06/04/2014 - The White House papers have been closely watched as the former secretary of state and New York senator considers a second presidential campaign. Her new book on her State Department years, "Hard Choices," is being released on Tuesday.

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County never approved head-hunting firm's contract

Updated: 06/02/2014 - We're told the problem is the county never approved a $15,000 contract. State law says all contracts entered into by the county with other persons in behalf of the county shall be entered into the minutes. We weren't able to find any minutes where the commission approved the mercer contract.

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Democrats vying to challenge Scott set to debate

Posted: 05/29/2014 - Joyce Dickerson and Harry Pavilack are scheduled to participate Thursday in a debate sponsored by South Carolina Educational Television and several of the state's newspapers.

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Karen Handel to endorse Kingston for US Senate

Posted: 05/28/2014 - The Republican nominee will face Democratic nominee Michelle Nunn on Nov. 4. The general election will help determine which party controls the Senate for the final two years of President Barack Obama's administration.

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What happens when you put 5 goats into a retention pond?

Updated: 05/23/2014 - For three months, they'll monitor how fast the goats eat the grass. City leaders say it's basically a test to see how well the extra help works. The city uses a lot of prison labor to keep the grass cut.

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