State Legislature

South Carolina session ending, but work on budget continues


UPDATE | Gov. McMaster vetoes gas tax bill


UPDATE| Latest version of roads bill passes through the Senate


Bill that raises gas taxes for road funding clears Senate


Georgia bans funding to 'sanctuary' campuses under new law


Georgia governor gives state more power in weakest schools


Senators reject proposal to cut taxes in road-funding bill


Georgia casino bill 'dead for the year,' sponsor says he'll try again next year


Bill allows confidential name changes for abuse victims


What do Georgia legislators consider to be "dangerous" dogs?


SC representatives hoping to address state opioid and heroin problem


Georgia senators working to strengthen relationship between brewery and consumer


State Supreme Court to resolve questions over next lt. gov.


Gov. Haley proposes more tax cuts as she prepares to leave


The Latest: Medical marijuana bill gaining support in SC


Ralston re-elected speaker as Georgia Legislature opens



 

National Headlines from NBC News

Six Police Officers Shot in Separate Incidents, One Dead

One police officer was killed and five others seriously wounded in three separate shootings in Florida and Pennsylvania late Friday.

Finland Stabbing Investigated as Terrorism, Police Say

A stabbing in Turku, Finland that killed two people is being investigated as possible terrorism and the suspect is 18-year-old Moroccan man, authorities said.

California Man Celebrating Wedding Anniversary Killed in Barcelona Attack

Tucker and his wife were celebrating their first wedding anniversary in Barcelona when the terrorist attack took place Thursday.

Football star with 33 offers - including all 8 Ivies - makes his pick

Jahmir Smith, a standout football player and student from Sanford, North Carolina, received offers from more than 30 colleges, including all eight Ivy League schools. Now he's made his decision.

Judge Rejects Bid by Polanski's Rape Victim to End Case

A judge ruled that the court could not dismiss a case "merely because it would be in the victim's best interest."