As one of the world’s most significant concerns, climate change was a major topic when utility CEOs gathered at last week’s International Electricity Summit in Japan.
I was honored to represent the United States and Duke Energy at the summit. We acknowledged that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to address climate change. Each country comes at this issue based on its own unique circumstances that reflect its natural resources, economic profile, market structure and political dynamics.
Remembering a “kind boy” who always treated her with respect, Peggy Hegler asked a judge Tuesday morning, April 7, to show mercy on her grandson Joseph Ray Hegler, who was facing charges of attempted murder and attempted kidnapping stemming from a May 2014 incident.
Lancaster County’s unemployment for February dropped one-tenth of a percentage point to 7.2 percent, down from 7.3 percent in January, according to data released March 27 by the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.
When someone dials 911 for help, the voice that answers the call always says the same thing, be it Lynda Caskey, Timisa Chriss, Kayla Small or one of the county’s 17 other public safety telecommunicators.
After two days of testimony about the moments before and after 30-year-old Demarcus L. Robinson was shot to death following a Lancaster house party back in 2013, a judge ruled last week that Allen Wesley Massey is not immune from prosecution for the murder under the state’s ‘stand your ground’ law.