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Before natural gas was used to heat homes in the Laurel Bay military community, storage tanks holding oil were prevalent. Many of which were left in the ground after the switch. Drew Martin Staff video
Before natural gas was used to heat homes in the Laurel Bay military community, storage tanks holding oil were prevalent. Many of which were left in the ground after the switch. Drew Martin Staff video

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Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired 2:19

Beaufort sheriff's deputy debates if she said the word 'a--' prior to polygraph test that got her fired

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Here's what Hilton Head's Starbucks looks like after fire

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms 0:33

Here's what the rare snow and ice storm did to crops at St. Helena's Dempsey Farms

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho 0:28

Hey, Beaufort County dads, changing diapers just got macho

Is your child properly restrained in their car seat?  Watch this to find out 0:30

Is your child properly restrained in their car seat? Watch this to find out

California parents arrested for holding 13 children captive 1:26

California parents arrested for holding 13 children captive

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Here are some of SC's most unusual driving laws

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching' 0:55

'I'm in shock:' Bluffton's Milken Educator Award winner reacts to 'Oscar of teaching'

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