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Solicitor reviews fire probe

Charleston police have completed their nearly 18-month investigation into the deadly Sofa Super Store fire, and prosecutors are reviewing the results to see if criminal charges are warranted, Police Chief Greg Mullen said Wednesday. Ninth Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson said she has begun wading through the "voluminous and thorough" material and hopes to have recommendations on the case within six weeks.

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School officials get an earful

MCCLELLANVILLE â€" Community members passionately demanded on Wednesday that their voices be heard, forcing Charleston County school officials to abandon their plans for a public hearing and conform to what the public wanted.

Coach put it all in the bucket

The temptation is to mythologize everything â€" the sleepy town famous for its springtime azalea blooms, the coach who came and never left â€" because so much of it sounds like a fairy tale. John McKissick was born in Greenwood where his daddy worked at his brother's bottling plant. When his uncle died, his dad took over.

Jobless rate could skyrocket

COLUMBIA â€" In the coming year, South Carolina may experience what would be among the highest unemployment levels since the Great Depression put one quarter of the workforce out of a job.

Vet recovering after attack

A World War II veteran was released from the hospital Wednesday, more than a week after he was attacked and robbed inside his North Charleston home.

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