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A total of four people in South Carolina have tested positive for West Nile virus this year, DHEC officials say.
Voters go to polls today for the hotly contested Texas Senate race.
S.1125 and H.4786 both place restrictions on who can collect unemployment benefits.
Deployment begins in January, preparations begin immediately.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The museum, located on Hampton Street, is open to the public on the first Sunday of each month.
She'll open the Ann Arbor office.
A May S.C. Supreme Court decision to uphold S.C. election law caused hundreds of non-incumbents to be purged from the ballot as voters seek to give incumbents the boot.
Randy Halfacre, president of the Lexington Chamber, was presented with the award by the Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.
In a Greenville stop, Haley reiterates support for increased mental health funding — and also talks guns, ports, jobs, and more.
Town leaders are now planning an 8.9-acre dog park on Hendrix Street instead of using a 2-acre piece of an existing park for the project.
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