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NPO: Man wanted for shooting former girlfriend

Man also damaged ex’s property

NEWBERRY — The Newberry Police Office is looking for a man who they said shot at his former girlfriend.

The victim told deputies she had recently ended a relationship with a 21-year-old man.  373 more words

South Carolina

Nominated in 1984, Loretta Lynch is finally Attorney General

Childish, immature Conservatives held up AG vote over anti-choice rider

WASHINGTON, D.C. — After almost 31 years of frustration and purely political holds for no good reason at all, Loretta Lynch has finally gotten her due. 928 more words


Woodruff woman missing

Woman was last seen Tuesday

WOODRUFF — The Woodruff Police Office is looking for a missing woman.

Deputies said the woman is plus sized (weight won’t be revealed here), and is 5 feet 5 inches in height. 174 more words

South Carolina

WAR ON N.C. WOMEN: HB 465 pass House

Unconstitutional bill would mandate three-day waiting period for pregnant people seeking abortions

RALEIGH — The War on North Carolina Women continues.

An unconstitutional bill that passed strictly on party lines would require a three-day waiting period for abortions in North Carolina, amidst widespread opposition from North Carolinians. 467 more words

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Culpepper, DMV settle lawsuit

DMV ordered by court to get rid of transphobic policy

ANDERSON — Chase Culpepper and the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles have settled a lawsuit that should have never even happened. 849 more words


Twitter vows to combat abusive users

In lieu of allowing direct messages to everyone, Twitter changes policy on abuse

SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter vows to take abuse and harassment on its site seriously. 670 more words

Women's News

One woman raped during Orange Crush chaos

Tybee mayor vows to shut Orange Crush down permanently

TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. — Right about now, Mayor Jason Buelterman, who abjectly refused to allow a portion of the beach to be clothing-optional, needs to be re-thinking that option. 784 more words