Britney Spears' conservatorship hearing is scheduled for June 23 - but she won't attend in person.
California is appealing a decision by a federal judge to overturn the state's three-decade-old ban on assault weapons.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Brittany Williams did more than make an impact her freshman season at Bob Jones University.
Regulators in different countries are scrutinizing how Apple extracts payments through the App Store.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson continues to challenge the potential plans of President Joe Biden's administration.
How many horror stories have you heard about homeowners who want to sue their contractor? These disputes arise for numerous reasons, but in almost all cases it comes down to defective workmanship. Sometimes it’s non-performance, when the contractor vaporizes and stops showing up at the job. In rare cases, it’s actually fraud in which the contractor takes a deposit and disappears.
The defense in the George Floyd murder case rests without putting former Officer Derek Chauvin on the stand.
Jenny and Narumi wept happy tears when a Japanese court ruled that barring same-sex marriages was unconstitutional – a decision that moves the…
FLORENCE, S.C. – In person hearings in Florence municipal court will resume next Monday. The city announced Monday morning that it would be resuming in person hearings in accordance with a recent order of the South Carolina Supreme Court.
A rooster will be presented as evidence in court after the animal killed its owner during an illegal cockfight in India.
Paris Jackson has hailed her showbiz pal Paris Hilton and revealed they've shared similar life experiences.
MULLINS, S.C. – The high school basketball season returns to action at Marion County Schools this week. Marion County School District resumes hybrid scheduling for students returning to in-person classrooms, making way for teams to hold practice.
FLORENCE, S.C. – Florence Municipal Courts will halt all in-person procedures until further notice -- a decision made at the direction of the South Carolina Supreme Court.