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2 young people charged after accidental shooting in Florence

A tragic shooting accident has led to criminal charges against two young people in Florence. According to police, a 16-year-old boy purchased a handgun with which he accidentally shot his teenage sister on March 21. The girl was still in a hospital a week after the shooting.

South Carolina man accused of DUI deaths at festival

A driver who plowed into a crowd of concertgoers at a famous music festival has been identified as a native of South Carolina. The man, who currently lives in Killeen, Texas, originally hails from Orangeburg. That 21-year-old defendant is accused of drunk driving after reportedly plowing into a crowd of revelers at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin.

South Carolina could allow citation for texting and driving

Pending legislation in South Carolina could finally lead to the state adopting provisions against texting while driving. Currently, drivers are not subject to traffic citations if they are found texting behind the wheel. The new bill would include fines of up to $300 for drivers who are found texting behind the wheel. Two points could also be assessed against a driver's license after a texting traffic citation. Violators would be able to remove the fine if they submit to a distracted-driving course.

South Carolina gets tough on prescription drug crimes

Those who abuse prescription drugs often have addictions that are not easy to overcome. Prescription drug abuse can lead to severe injuries and even death, and many of those who misuse prescription drugs need professional help to stop. Unfortunately, prescription drug abuse appears to be on the rise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that the number of fatal prescription opioid painkiller overdoses tripled from the year 1999 to 2010. 

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