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Cutbacks endanger public, officials say

The state is endangering the public and adding to the burden of local police by slashing nearly $3.5 million from the agency that tracks thousands of criminals free on probation and parole, law enforcement leaders said Monday.



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S.C. population growth in top 10

South Carolina was among the 10 fastest-growing states in the nation from 2007 to 2008, with most of the population increase resulting from people moving here from other states, the Census Bureau reported Monday.

Cutbacks endanger public, officials say

The state is endangering the public and adding to the burden of local police by slashing nearly $3.5 million from the agency that tracks thousands of criminals free on probation and parole, law enforcement leaders said Monday.

16-year-old runaway needs reassurance during holidays

Sixteen-year-old Mira is living in an emergency shelter. She ran away from home after years of neglect and a history of attempted suicides. On the streets, Mira learned to take care of herself.

3 on council decline raise

SUMMERVILLE â€" Dorchester County Council salaries are scheduled to jump 33 percent next month, but three councilmen say they won't take the $5,000 increase.










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