Is that a shark? Man films finned creature swimming around in Hurricane Ian floodwaters
Dominic Cameratta told CBS News the pond in his backyard was starting to overflow from the rain. "It looked like there was a fish in there. I kind of zoomed in on it, I was kind of surprised," he saidcbsnews.com
Live Updates: Utility trucks, supplies on way to Ian’s path
Rescuers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, other states and counties were racing against the clock as the sun was about to set Thursday in North Port, to help families stranded in their own homes surrounded by streets that had turned into canals.
Haaland: 'Traumatic' history shown in Brown v. Board schools
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland has joined House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn in visiting a rural South Carolina school that is now part of a National Park Service program to safeguard institutions connected to the Supreme Court’s 1954 Brown v.
Bennett, No. 1 Georgia’s D steamrolls South Carolina 48-7
Stetson Bennett went 16 for 23 for 284 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score to lead No. 1 Georgia to a 48-7 victory over South Carolina. The Bulldogs' defense nearly had its second shutout of the season before South Carolina scored a touchdown against the backups with 53 seconds to go.
Judge denies Justice Department request to regain access to docs seized from Mar-a-Lago
A federal judge has rejected a request from the Justice Department to allow its investigators to regain access to some documents that were seized by the FBI during its search at former President Donald Trump's Florida residence. Tom Dupree, a former Justice Department official, joined Catherin Herridge to discuss the situation.news.yahoo.com
S.Carolina House to meet after divergent Senate abortion ban
South Carolina Republican lawmakers will keep trying to enact new abortion restrictions later this month. Speaker Murrell Smith announced Monday that the House will meet on Sept. 27, more than two weeks after the Senate sent back a markedly different proposal from the one passed earlier by the lower chamber. Contentious debates among Republicans over exceptions have emerged in a special session on abortion that convened after the U.S. Supreme Court's June decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.news.yahoo.com
A pregnant South Carolina woman is 'struggling for the life of her baby' as she serves 4 years in prison after verbal encounter with police during BLM protests, her lawyer says
"She's spending four years in jail and pregnant and struggling for the life of her baby because she's loud and Black. It's an absolute travesty of justice," her lawyer said.news.yahoo.com
South Carolina Republicans fall short in bid for near-total abortion ban
The state already has a “heartbeat” ban that bars abortions after cardiac activity can be detected, which occurs around six weeks. Instead of passing a near-total ban without exceptions for rape or incest, the Senate passed an amended bill that mirrors existing restrictions. The Senate bill bars abortion after about six weeks and includes exceptions for victims of rape or incest up to 12 weeks. Virginia allows abortion until the end of the second trimester, though the state’s Republican governor wants to pass a 15-week ban. More antiabortion legislation could be on the horizon: West Virginia is widely expected to pass another abortion ban when legislators return for a special session next week.washingtonpost.com
SC Democrats call on their party's US Senate nominee to quit
The South Carolina Democrat vying to oust Republican U.S. Sen. Tim Scott is facing calls from within her own party to fold her campaign, following the publication of additional leaked audio in which she appears to make disparaging remarks about her constituents.
SC Rep. Matthews won’t resign or suspend Senate bid after leaked video, campaign says
State Rep. Krystle Matthews, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, says she has no plans to step down from her House seat or suspend her Senate campaign against, despite calls from even within own party to do so.news.yahoo.com
Rape, incest exceptions pulled from S Carolina abortion bill
A group of South Carolina senators voted Tuesday to remove exceptions for rape and incest from a proposed abortion ban with Democrats choosing not to vote in what appeared to be a strategy to try to prevent the bill from passing through the Legislature. The 7-3 vote in the Senate Medical Affairs Committee involved all Republican men. The committee then took a break before considering more changes as it decides whether to send the bill to the Senate floor.news.yahoo.com
Judge again denies Graham's effort to skirt Georgia subpoena
A federal judge has ruled constitutional protections don’t shield U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham from testifying before a special grand jury investigating possible illegal efforts to overturn then-President Donald Trump’s 2020 election loss in Georgia.
Court puts on hold Graham's testimony in Ga. election probe
A federal appeals court has agreed to temporarily put on hold a lower court’s order requiring that U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham testify before a special grand jury that’s investigating plots to overturn Donald Trump’s 2020 presidential election loss in Georgia.