This Week in South Carolina

This Week in South Carolina talks with political leaders and newsmakers in the state.

Episodes

  • Hate Crimes Legislation

    Hate crimes legislation in South Carolina. Gavin speaks with Republican Sen. Sandy Senn.
  • Economic Update and the Opioid Crisis

    Economic update and opioids.
  • Sheriff Leon Lott and Meg Kinnard

    Gavin Jackson interviews Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott and Meg Kinnard.
  • World Food Programme Executive Director David Beasley

    World Food Programme Executive Director David Beasley.
  • Legislative and Election Update

    Senate Minority Leader Brad Hutto and The State newspaper’s Maayan Schechter.
  • Supreme Court Hearings and SC Senate Update

    Political science professor Jessica Schoenherr and Senate Majority Leader Shane Massey.
  • March Political Update

    Jeffrey Collins and Meg Kinnard join Gavin Jackson to discuss the latest SC politics.
  • Income Tax Relief Package

    Income tax relief package and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

About This Week in South Carolina

This Week in South Carolina highlights one topic each week with political leaders, newsmakers and policy makers in our state. Gavin Jackson, South Carolina ETV's news and public affairs reporter, hosts the weekly public affairs program.

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  • ETV WORLD: Monday at 6:30pm, Tuesday at 6pm

Latest Stories

Margaret Davis (left) and Delisa Williams (right) became acquainted when they moved into the Salvation Army Center of Hope shelter just outside uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. Both women receive federal benefits, but the monthly amounts aren’t enough for them to be able to rent an apartment. (Logan Cyrus for KHN)

A disability program promised to lift people from poverty. Instead, it left many homeless.

After two months of sleeping in the Salvation Army Center of Hope homeless shelter, Margaret Davis has had no luck finding an apartment she can afford. The 55-year-old grandmother receives about $750...

DHEC wants your input on South Carolina's most pressing community health issues

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South Carolina ETV and The Post and Courier to host 2022 Lieutenant Governor and State Superintendent debates

South Carolina ETV and Public Radio (SCETV) is partnering with The Post and Courier to host debates for candidates in the 2022 Lieutenant Governor and State Superintendent of Education elections. The...
 More than 4,000 people in South Carolina are experiencing homelessness. The Navigation Center is a resource center located in Charleston that connects people to employment, housing, and medical care through telehealth.

Richland County Sheriff's Department breaks up homeless encampment on private property

The Richland County Sheriff’s Department Thursday ousted an undetermined number of unhoused adults and children from an encampment, saying the move was an attempt to both reduce crime in the area of...

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