Sister hoping someone comes forward as Lowcountry woman remains missing under suspicious circumstances

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office say they have new details in the case of the Edisto Island woman who was last seen in August.


  Repairs underway at Sullivan’s Island lighthouse to get light back on
The Coast Guard says the lighthouse at Sullivan’s Island, which has been dark for the past few weeks, could be shining again as early as Tuesday night.
Police: Man dies after 3-story fall from King Street apartment window
Police responded to a report of a fall Monday night
Lawsuit filed by two women injured on closed slide at Broadway at the Beach dismissed
A lawsuit brought by two New York women who reportedly suffered multiple broken bones on the Pipeline Slide at Broadway at the Beach’s Pavilion Park Central has been dismissed, just days after it was initially filed.

  No injuries after home struck by gunfire in N. Charleston; officers find several rounds on road

Police are investigating reports of gunfire heard late Monday night in the Park Circle area.

Pickens man charged with harassing police chief

S.C. Law Enforcement Divisions agents have arrested a man in connection to conduct and actions against the Chief of Central S.C. Police Department.


Rams roll into bye week buzzing from epic win over Chiefs

The Los Angeles Rams are getting a week to recover from their 54-51 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, and they probably need it

Report: Lecturers told to not use all capital letters for fear it could scare students into failure

A British university has asked its lecturers to avoid using all caps in their assignments for students.


Clemson’s Scott Selected As Broyles Award Semifinalist

Co-OC will try to become 3rd straight Clemson assistant to win the award