North Augusta city leaders are paving the way for Eco-friendly developments.
Upgraded Domestic Violence charges against State Representative Chris Corley mark the start of a new day for South Carolina.
Aiken County judge sets a $50,000 dollar bond for upgraded Domestic Violence charges against South Carolina Representative Chris Corley.
S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley will visit Capitol Hill today for a Senate confirmation hearing.
A South Carolina House subcommittee unanimously passed a bill Tuesday afternoon to allow trucks to follow each other much closer than they’r…
It’s a year of changes in leadership for the city of North Augusta.
An upscale hotel chain could be coming to North Augusta as a part of Project Jackson.
As the country gears up to swear-in a new president, local business owners are already feeling the effects of a new administration.
South Carolina lawmakers started a new legislative session Tuesday at noon, just after supporters of a bill to allow medical marijuana use p…
NewsChannel 6 spoke exclusively with South Carolina Govorner Nikki Haley about her thoughts on former State Representative Chris Corley.
South Carolina lawmakers will introduce medical cannabis legislation on Tuesday morning. It’s the first day of the legislative session in Co…
Clarke Stearns is the sheriff-elect, but his former opponent, J.R. Jones, has filed a lawsuit trying to prevent Stearns from being sworn int…
Representative Chris Corley is suspended from his duties at the South Carolina House, but some lawmakers want to see him step down.
Design plans to restructure Langley Pond Dam have been in the works for months and its only 60 percent done.
Former District 84 Representative, Roland Smith is calling Chris Corley’s actions a heartbreaking shame.
A grand jury has now indicted a South Carolina State House Representative on criminal domestic violence and weapon charges.
With the first regular session of the South Carolina General Assembly just days away, District 84 residents are wondering if they will be re…
The once-booming textile community struggled to attract businesses back to Graniteville until now.