The Agenda: Greenberg's passing; Dash cam vid shows trooper shooting; State working to cut the fat

Clemson stops fraternity activities



Former Charleston Police Chief Reuben Greenberg, who led the department for 23 years, died yesterday at 71 after a long period of declining health. [P&C]

State health officials rolled out a new set of goals to lower the state's obesity rate along with a new website,, to go along with it. [The State]

Crazy dash cam video of a former S.C. state trooper shooting a man pulled over in Columbia for a seatbelt violation was released yesterday. The trooper, Lance Cpl. Sean Groubert, was fired by the agency last week and has since been charged with assault, alleging that the incident occurred "without justification." [WIS-TV]

Out of context quote by Thomas Ravenel: "I'm a liberal." [Rock Hill Herald]

After the State Supreme Court said that DHEC couldn't legally suspend the program, a Statehouse panel began work yesterday to review the state certificate of need program that approves major health care facilities. [The State]

Clemson University has suspended all fraternity activities due to a spike in fraternity-related complaints days after the university and local law enforcement began investigating the death of a 19-year old student during a morning fraternity run who fell from a bridge into Lake Hartwell. [G'ville News, AP]

Days after he pulled an ad attacking Gob. Nikki Haley that contained incorrect info, Haley's Democratic challenger state Sen. Vincent Sheheen has released a new TV ad attacking the governor over tangles with state ethics regulators as reported by the City Paper. [P&C]

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