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The South Carolina chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers released a report blasting the state’s aging infrastructure, which is stressed by explosive growth. The report, which gave the state a D+ for infrastructure, said infrastructure in the state was “subpar” and leads to the state having the most deadly roads in the nation. More: The Greenville News, WISTV

In other headlines:

Lawyer suspended by S.C. Supreme Court. The South Carolina Supreme Court has temporarily suspended Alex Murdaugh from practicing law in the wake of accusations of him misappropriating funds from a powerful law firm. Murdaugh is from a prominent legal family and reported his wife and son dead in early June. In the past week, Murdaugh reported a superficial gunshot wound to his head, alleging being shot at by another vehicle while on the side of the road. Murdaugh also resigned his law firm position and announced he would be going into drug rehab. More: Bluffton Today/The Greenville News

Convicted mass murderer seeks another appeal. Dylann Roof, who was convicted of killing nine parishioners in a racist 2015 attack Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, and his lawyers have filed a petition in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that seeks to overturn the court’s three-judge decision last month to uphold his conviction and sentence. The petition says the court interpreted too-broadly the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution. More: AP News

Storm hits Florida panhandle, heads toward S.C. coast. Tropical Storm Mindy came ashore along the Florida panhandle Wednesday. The storm is expected to bring as much as 6 inches of rain across the panhandle through portions of southern Georgia and South Carolina today. More: AP News

Greer man latest S.C. person to be charged in Jan. 6 riot. James D. Lollis Jr. of Greer is charged with entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds; disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds; disorderly conduct in a Capitol building and parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building. The charges stem from the deadly rioting at the U.S. Capitol building Jan. 6 as supporters of President Donald Trump sought to overturn results of the 2020 election. More: The Greenville News

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