Andria Krewson said: These folks rent out their front yards to campers and people parking their cars to attend the NASCAR Spring All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600.
As hundreds of thousands people pour into the region for this weekend's NASCAR Spring All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600 on May 30 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, a handful of locals living within a stone's throw of the speedway are renting out their land for racing fans to camp and park.
The S.C. Ethics Commission Wednesday said there are “probable causes” for several charges against Gov. Mark Sanford stemming from the commission’s probe into Sanford’s travel and campaign spending.
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - The South Carolina Ethics Commission says there is probable cause on several ethics allegations against Gov. Mark Sanford.
Chip Oglesby said: Council OKs $150,000 study on efficiency
Some question expenditure; others say it will help forge better policies
"I thought I was making a difference in Iraq," Fackey, 21, said. "I'm making a difference now. I like making life-changing decisions." No matter what drove Fackey, his decision to donate one of his kidneys to a stranger extended the life of 15-year-old Dani Jones of Columbia.
Chip Oglesby said: Columbia minister slain with a 6 pound winch bar.
The son of an 87-year-old minister beaten to death in a Columbia home invasion said he is glad city police have released a picture of the weapon the killer used.
Chip Oglesby said: Coming home to roost: Columbia considers allowing 4 hens, no roosters, per house
Columbia considers allowing 4 hens, no roosters, per house
A federal judge has ruled unconstitutional a Christian "I Believe" vehicle license tag with the image of a cross authorized last year by the S.C. General Assembly.
State economists trimmed more than $120 million from the state budget Tuesday, forcing yet another round of cuts at S.C. state agencies.