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SC approves bidding for taxpayer credit monitoring

A state board has given permission for South Carolina to seek a contract to continue credit monitoring for five years for taxpayers whose personal data was stolen in a massive hacking incident last year. Full story

SC family court holding hearing in adoption case

It's now up to a South Carolina judge to consider how to transfer a girl of Cherokee heritage from her biological father in Oklahoma to the couple seeking to adopt her. Full story

The smallest organism can be the deadliest in South Carolina's rivers, lakes

It's a hidden danger below the water's surface you never knew was there, just as common as peaches in South Carolina. It's called naegleria fowleri. What is it? It's a single-celled living organism found in the sediment at the bottom of waterways. If it's forced up the nose through bone into brain t Full story

Wednesday hearing set in SC adoption dispute

A South Carolina judge is set to consider how to transfer a girl of Cherokee heritage from her biological father in Oklahoma to the couple seeking to adopt her. Full story

County fed up with delays on joint Ga., SC port

After more than five years of watching Georgia and South Carolina try to work together on a new seaport for the Savannah River, officials in the county where the proposed $3.3 billion cargo terminal would be built say they're prepared to attempt a takeover of the project. Full story

Tim Scott: honor SC Korean war veterans at 2 sites

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Two ceremonies are being held in Spartanburg and Charleston to honor South Carolina veterans of the Korean War. Full story

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Father asks high court to block SC adoption ruling

College of Charleston freshman book questioned

10 SC hospitals compete in culinary competition

CFT: South Carolina finds no wrongdoing in Clowney, Jay Z situation

Workshop focuses on SC film incentives

Veronica's birth mother suing government over ICWA

$3.6M being spent in SC to market health care law

South Carolina dropout rate declines for 4th year

SC board lists 7 big projects for new road money

Rains do $1.3M in damage to South Carolina roads

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  Miss South Carolina, Gay Contestant

Gowns and crowns will be gracing the Miss South Carolina Pageant next week, but all the pomp and circumstance is taking a back seat to one contestant in particular who is making national headlines.

  Biracial lesbian vying for title of Miss South Carolina

Analouisa Valencia, 19, says she is doing “what the lord had planned” for her as she prepares to compete in the Miss South Carolina beauty pageant as the state’s first openly-lesbian, biracial contestant. PJ Randhawa, of WIS TV, reports.

  Dead person voter fraud debunked in new report

Despite claims from Republicans of widespread voter fraud, a new report reveals no intentional voter fraud involving ballots cast in the name of deceased voters.

  South Carolina is trying to nullify ‘Obamacare’

The South Carolina State Senate is looking to pass a bill that would make it the first state in the country to nullify the Affordable Care Act. Chris Hayes talks to Avik Roy, a former member of Mitt Romney's Health Care Policy Advisory Group, and the Washington Post’s Ezra Klein.

  Slave cabin heads to the Smithsonian

South Carolina cabin will serve as a history lesson for generations to come. WCBD's Larry Collins reports.

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