Professional Experience: News Director, WCSC Radio, 1979 - 1987 Reporter, WCBD, 1987 - 1992 WCSC-TV July 1994 - present Awards: 15-time winner of the Charleston City Paper's Top Investigative Reporter Award 2002 South Carolina Broadcaster's Association Star Award for "911, No Emergency" story News Philosophy: Be Fair. Be Accurate. Be Informative. Education: Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY Hometown: Brooklyn, NY Hobbies/Interests: Wine-tasting and exercising Favorite Music: Contemporary Christian Likes Best About the Lowcountry: The choice of restaurants and the friendly people Most Interesting Assignments: My series on mail-order brides. I went to the jungles of Peru to follow a man who went to pick up his mail-order bride.
Vandals apparently threw large rocks at cars on I-26 Saturday injuring one woman, Charleston Police say.Four cars were hit Saturday night on the interstate's eastbound lane near the Spruill Avenue construction.
A Colleton County man accused of severely injuring a family of five during a head on collision, then punching a deputy who tried to arrest him is back in custody after he was released from jail without having to pay any money.
The Post & Courier first reported that Dr. Melvin Brown had checked the necessary boxes to become a member at the club, but was rejected in the same meeting when 13 white candidates were admitted at the same meeting.
Members of the Charleston Gullah Society inspected the damaged area of the cemetery Tuesday morning and said the graves and vaults need to be put back where they belong and something needs to be done to prevent it from happening again.