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District studies having air quality tested at 5 North Charleston schools

Charleston County school officials are studying whether to test air outside five North Charleston schools after a recent USA Today investigation ranked air around these facilities as among the most polluted in the nation.

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CDC investigating safety of firefighters' pants

The city of Charleston moved quickly last year to replace its firefighters' polyester station uniforms after The Post and Courier reported that the material could melt in high heat and subject firefighters to unnecessary danger.

1 dead in double shooting

PRINGLETOWN â€" Blasts of gunfire rang out Monday night in this quiet community off S.C. Highway 27 in a double shooting that left one man dead and another hospitalized.

More time sought on school closings

Some Charleston County School Board members seemed reluctant Monday to commit to making weighty decisions on school closing and restructuring by the end of the month.

Legislators cut taxes, increased spending

Economic storm clouds already were forming over the nation in the early months of 2007, when South Carolina's Legislature approved the largest tax cut in state history. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan warned that February that the nation could slip into recession by year's end; but in South Carolina, state spending was rising substantially, and revenues were rising even faster.

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