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Mom seeks more charges in son's death

Linda Rouvet wants justice for her son. On Thursday, she began delivering to local officials, starting with North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey, a petition with more than 2,000 signatures. It seeks additional charges in her son's death, and she plans to give copies today to Dorchester County Sheriff Ray Nash and 1st Circuit Solicitor David Pascoe. Steven "Rand" Rouvet, 21, lived in the Windsor Hill community off

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Johns Is. toll panel rejected

A Charleston County Council committee Thursday voted against forming a citizen group to study a proposed toll road and other traffic concerns on Johns Island. Councilman Curtis Inabinett, whose district includes Johns Island, suggested earlier this month that council create the group after it voted against building the toll road, known as the Sea Islands Parkway.

Suspect named in man's wounding

Man found not guilty

A man accused of shooting a carnival worker to death during a $50 robbery was found not guilty of murder late Thursday after a retrial. He was found guilty of armed robbery.

Sanford allows budget cuts to go unchanged

COLUMBIA â€" Gov. Mark Sanford decided Thursday to let the Legislature's $488 million budget cuts stand, but he wants to make clear that he is not endorsing the way South Carolina spends money. His action means government agencies will now have to get down to the task of cutting services and firing employees, or asking them to take voluntary and mandatory unpaid leaves.

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