Monday, June 6, 2016

The Agenda: Colin spins toward SC coast; Sanford-Horne debate; Cainhoy development moves forward

Here comes Colin

Posted by Sam Spence on Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 11:40 AM

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A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for coastal counties from Florida to South Carolina as Colin spins its way toward Florida's panhandle. For ongoing updates, tune in to @NWSCharlestonSC and @chswx on Twitter. Source: NWS

Though South Carolina is better than most states about reporting hate crimes, police departments across the country differ in how diligent they are, leading to a patchwork of data on hate crimes nationwide. Source: AP

TONIGHT: Congressman Mark Sanford and his Republican challenger Rep. Jenny Horne will face off in the only debate between the two before the June 14 primary. You can watch it at 7 p.m. on ETV. Source: P&C

Gun reforms attempted by state Sen. Marlon Kimpson and Rep. Wendell Gilliard since last year's Mother Emanuel shootings saw roadblocks at every turn. Source: P&C

As many as 45,000 people could be moving to the Cainhoy peninsula as part of a major development push in that area of Berkeley County. Source: P&C

The Citadel says it will start a nursing program next year with a goal of providing nurses for the armed forces. Source: P&C

Country Club of Charleston member and Wofford College graduate William McGirt notched his first PGA Tour win yesterday, managing a bogey-free final round at the Memorial in Dublin, Ohio. Source: AP, Golf Digest


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