As the would-be builders of the proposed Palmetto Pipeline fight for survival in a Georgia court, South Carolina's top legal office has signaled the project may face unexpected hurdles there.
ATLANTA - State government took in 3.1 percent more in taxes in June than it had the same month of the previous year, the governor's office announced Monday.
ATLANTA -- Georgia consumers pay the 10th highest costs for traditional energy sources in the country, according to a report released Monday by a consumer-finance Web site.
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal announced Thursday that he's ordered a state investigation into allegations that Planned Parenthood was selling organs from aborted fetuses. The organization denies the allegations.
ATLANTA - Businesses surveyed by the Federal Reserve predict inflation will increase slightly to 2.0 percent, according to results released Wednesday.
ATLANTA - House Speaker David Ralston announced Tuesday the appointment of legislators to serve on committees studying a handful of complex issues, including welfare fraud and event house rentals such as Augusta during Masters Week.
...intrusions. We've had a number of discussions, even on what is an act of war," Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, told Morris News Service on Wednesday, noting that in the one day since he introduced legislation to create the comparison guide a new cyber...
The South Carolina Department of Transportation will hold a public information meeting June 16 in Aiken County about plans to convert the intersection to a single-lane, roundabout.
...of GED graduates continued a six-year slide, according to a draft of the system's annual report provided to Morris News Service. The most recent year reported is 2014.System administrators say a number of efforts launched in recent years...
ATHENS, Ga. -- There's no room for sibling rivalry in the Terry house.