COLUMBIA (WACH) â?? Here are the top five things you need to know this Wednesday.
The state chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business has endorsed Governor Haley in her re-election bid. The NFIB, representing 4,000 companies, praised Haley for her legislation against tax-cut recommendations allowing small businesses to receive tax cuts.
Governor Haley is also outlining a road map for funding of highway and bridge work, stating the work will be done without raising taxes or relying on the money tree. The Department of Transportation says it needs an additional $1.5 billion over 20 years to bring roads to good conditions.
Officials say a 35-year-old man is in custody after shooting a man in the stomach. Dominee Lawson was shot at his home after getting into a fight with the suspect. Lawson died at the Clarendon Memorial Hospital.
Double duty today for Gamecock Head Coach Frank Martin. The USC menâ??s basketball team will host a little gamecock camp today from 11-11:30am. With Coach Martin scheduled to hold a press conference shortly after.
If youâ??re in Lancaster County, you just may run into Texas Governor Rick Perry. Perry will join representative Mick Mulvaney for a hamburger and hotdog cookout. The cookout takes place tonight at 6 at the city of light ministry offices. The cost for admission of $10 per person and $25 per family.