'); } -->
With eight in 10 farmers making less than $10,000 a year, West Virginia will never rival big Midwestern factory farms in producing food. But creative collaborations with food entrepreneurs are seeding a new kind of economy that federal officials say could become a model for 12 other Appalachian states.
Small business owners in Columbia are getting a chance to get some advice and assistance this week.
South Carolina's top prosecutor is scheduled to speak at a ceremony to commemorate the unveiling of a marker for fallen World War II aviator trainees from the Columbia area.
The Medical University of South Carolina wants to make sure Charleston-area residents are ready for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season.
An expanded veterans' outpatient clinic at the Naval Hospital in Beaufort is ready to accept patients.
Federal nuclear regulators are visiting Hartsville to discuss safety at a power plant.
More than 80 military veterans from World War II and the Korean War are flying to Washington, D.C., for a tour of memorials erected in their honor.
A House committee's proposal for better securing South Carolina taxpayers' personal data would create a new computer technology agency that reports to the governor.
The Army says the commanding general of Fort Jackson, S.C., has been suspended in connection with charges of adultery and involvement in a physical altercation.
A Spartanburg mother has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in the death of her 7-year-old daughter, who was thrown from a sport utility vehicle following a high-speed chase on Interstate 85.