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Tropical Disturbance Forming Near Bahamas Could Impact Southeast

The National Hurricane Center is tracking an area just northeast of the Bahamas where a tropical depression may develop later this week. Global forecast models have been showing an area of low...
FILE - South Carolina Sens. Sandy Senn, R-Charleston, left, Katrina Shealy, R-Lexington, center, and Penry Gustafson, R-Camden, right, show off model spines they were sent by groups who want to outlaw almost all abortions. Gustafson and Senn lost in their reelection bids in the Tuesday, June 12, 2024, Republican primary while Shealy faces a runoff. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins, File)

GOP women who helped defeat a near-total abortion ban are losing reelection in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A near-total abortion ban was defeated in South Carolina with the help of the only three Republican women in the Senate, but after Tuesday's primary, they're losing their...

NWS experiments with revamped hazardous weather outlook, prepping for weather hazards

With severe weather and hurricane season top of mind, now is the perfect time to get familiar with an enhanced product the National Weather Service is experimenting with to help communities stay safe...
FILE - Rep. Nancy Mace, walks to join other members of the House Oversight Committee, Dec. 13, 2023, at the Capitol in Washington. Three Republican incumbent U.S. House members in South Carolina are facing primary challengers in 2024, including Mace, who is seeking a third term with the backing of Donald Trump. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

US Rep. Nancy Mace faces primary challenge in South Carolina after tumultuous term

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Republican U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina is seeking a third term with the backing of someone who tried to stop her from getting a second — former President Donald Trump...

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South Carolina Lede is a podcast about the people, issues, and events shaping the Palmetto State. Join host Gavin Jackson and reporters from across the state each week for in-depth discussions of the biggest news affecting you, your family, and your fellow South Carolinians – from state politics and legislative happenings inside the state house to the ongoing effects of the pandemic and more. It’s the factual and timely information you need, with a dash of irreverent fun to keep it all interesting.

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