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Yin to Obama's yang, Huntsman eyes presidential run

When Republican Jon Huntsman headed to China as ambassador nearly two years ago he praised his new boss, U.S. President Barack Obama, as "a remarkable leader." Now he is expected to launch a campaign to boot him from the White House. Full story

Richland County sheriff rounding up unused drugs

South Carolina sheriffs are partnering with federal authorities to help round up unwanted or expired medicine. Full story

SC House rejects sales tax break for Amazon

South Carolina legislators rejected Wednesday a sales tax break for online retailer Amazon.com in a 71-47 vote the House Majority leader blamed largely on Republican Gov. Nikki Haley. Full story

Bill would cap gas prices in South Carolina

A North Myrtle Beach legislator has introduced a bill that would cap gas prices in South Carolina at whatever the average wholesale price is on June 1. Full story

Flight diverted after passengers smell smoke

An American Airlines flight to Washington, D.C., from Miami was diverted to South Carolina after passengers reported smelling smoke in the cabin. Full story

SCE&G to donate to renewable energy program

South Carolina's largest investor-owned utility says it will donate $1 for every Facebook "like" that the Palmetto Clean Energy organization gets through the end of the month. Full story

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Solo, around-the-world sailing race goes green

Boeing vows to fight complaint over second 787 plant

SC jobless rate declines to 9.9 percent in March

Healthy SC workers could receive insurance break

SC Senate committee approves Amazon tax break

Algae: Biofuel of the Future?

Court upholds $4M verdict in A&E TV show dispute

First shots mark 150 years since start of Civil War

Padilla appeals decision over alleged torture

Family farm's Rent-A-Chick program helps it survive

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  Program uses backpacks to combat hunger

Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis sheds light on an innovative new program that is helping to fight childhood hunger in one community in South Carolina.

  Thousands of sea stars wash up on shore

Beach-goers are treated to quite a spectacle after thousands of sea stars wash up on a South Carolina shore. Msnbc.com's Al Stirrett reports.

  Family dog keeps missing boy warm

A missing 2-year-old boy was found Saturday after South Carolina deputies say the family dog kept him warm and safe all night. WIS reporter Rochelle Dean has the story.

  911 calls in deadly children's train wreck released

South Carolina authorities release the 911 call from a deadly children's ride accident. NBC's Mike McCormick reports.

  Memorial honors lynching victim

A memorial markers pay tribute to a South Carolina lynching victim. WYFF's Kim Quintero reports.

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