Generator stolen from N. Charleston family’s food truck

A family in North Charleston is trying to figure out their next steps after the generator from their food truck was stolen on Thursday. Tim and Natalie Brock have operated their food truck called Brunch Holiday for about a year and a half.

Watch: Pair of horses pull tractor trailer up icy hill

Concerns raised after CCSD teacher gets moved to different school following investigation

Summerville flooding has neighbors begging for the county’s help

State regulators approve Dominion, SCANA merger

Parades to celebrate spirit of Christmas throughout weekend

FIRST ALERT: Rain set daily rainfall records; flash flood watch in effect for most of Lowcountry

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Johnson & Johnson knew its baby powder was often tainted with asbestos for years, report says

SC District Attorney: 2 face federal charges in April armored car robbery

Deputies: Generator stolen from a Charleston Brunch Holiday food truck.

Sentencing delayed for man convicted in North Charleston bartender’s shooting death

Sorry, Lululemon is not recruiting brand ambassadors through Instagram

U.S. Postal Service announces Christmas shipping deadlines

‘Let this Lamborghini light your fire,’ pastor says while giving wife $200k Lamborghini - he’s now defending the purchase

The South Carolina pastor said no money was taken from the church to purchase the luxury sports car.

Facebook bug gave third parties access to photos for 6.8 million accounts

A glitch caused third parties to be able to access more photos than they should’ve between Sept. 13 to Sept. 25, but the company has fixed the issue.

James Island Holiday Festival of Lights closed Friday because of flooding

James Island Holiday Festival of Lights closed because of flooding.

Sandy Hook school receives threat on shooting anniversary

On the same day the Newtown, Connecticut, community is marking the sixth anniversary of a deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school, a bomb threat prompted an evacuation at the school.

  Armored truck deposits cash on highway in NJ

Rich family offering a photographer $100k to travel the world and take photos of them

Friday is National Free Shipping Day

Heavy morning rains prompt flooding across Lowcountry Friday

Man accused of exploiting 12 children at N. Charleston church had 2008 conviction for assaulting Ohio child

Michael Cohen claims Trump knew hush money payments wrong

  Toyota recalls address possible restraint, braking issues

Thursday, the auto maker recalled nearly 90,000 Land Cruisers and Lexus LX-570 vehicles from the past decade over a safety issue that involves the front passenger seat belt.

Woman seriously injured in bear attack in PA

Melinda Lebarron was outside of her home with her dog when she was attacked by a bear Wednesday evening.

Lowcountry group offering help as ACA open enrollment deadline nears

A Lowcountry non-profit is keeping their offices open.

BCSO: Woman who took package off Goose Creek porch lied to deputies

More active warrants in the county were discovered and she is a suspect in other investigations as well

Mueller rejects Flynn’s argument that FBI interview was deceptive

Mueller’s office submitted a response on Friday to Flynn’s sentencing memo, which itself was submitted earlier this week.

Senate rebukes Trump, Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi, Yemen war

Although the resolutions are largely symbolic — because it's unclear if they will be considered by the House — passage Thursday showed senators seeking to assert oversight of Trump administration foreign policy and the relationship with Saudi Arabia.

  ‘Sober or Slammer’ campaign kicks off Friday, promotes safe ride options

Public safety checkpoints will also be in effect throughout South Carolina through the New Year’s holiday period.

Multiple bomb threats reported in WBTV area, across country

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department issued a statement saying they were investigating “unsubstantiated bomb threats.”

Summerville Town Council supports decision on tennis lessons at park courts

Summerville Town Council said it supports the decision to not allow outside tennis instruction on the Doty Park courts.

Report: CofC, other SC colleges violating freedom of speech rights

Policies at South Carolina colleges, including the College of Charleston, are restricting freedom of speech rights for students, according to a new report.

Local Mexican restaurant chain to pay more than a quarter of a $1 million to employees

A local restaurant chain is having to pay up more than a quarter of a million dollars to its employees.

Man indicted for investment scheme, defrauded millions using Lowcountry businesses

A man who set up at least two companies in the Lowcountry used them to defraud investors out of more than two million dollars, according to federal authorities.

Charleston County School District teacher placed on leave reinstated at new school

A Charleston County School District teacher who was placed on leave has been reinstated, this time moved to a different school.

School administrators wrap presents for homeless students in ‘Berkeley Wonderland’ event

On Thursday, school administrators came together for the third annual “Berkeley Wonderland” to wrap presents for students who don’t have a place to call home this Christmas.

Summerville a step closer to intersection improvements after council vote

Summerville is a step closer to improving several major intersections for 2019 following a council vote Thursday night.

KFC introduces firelog that smells like fried chicken

Have you ever sat around your fireplace on a cold winter night and thought to yourself, "I'm not feeling hungry enough - if only my house smelled like chicken..."?

Police: SC mother facing four felonies after the remains of two newborns were found

A woman has been charged with four felonies after giving birth to two babies and then allegedly killing them, according to the North Myrtle Beach Police Department.

Charleston Co. superintendent apologizes for district’s handling of Gethers case

For the first time since Live 5 News first aired an investigation into a Charleston County School District employee who was promoted despite accusations of having child porn on a district computer, the leader of Charleston County Schools sat down one-on-one with Investigative reporter Carter Coyle t

North Charleston City Council considering raise for mayor, council members

North Charleston City Council is considering a measure Thursday night that could raise the salaries for the city’s mayor and council members.

Beaufort County School District board approves expansion plans at two schools

Beaufort County school leaders are tackling growing pains in their district.

Hanahan, Georgetown among locations nationwide investigating bomb threats

Law enforecement in Georgetown County are responding to two separate bomb threat reports as a rash of such incidents across the nation was being reported Thursday.

Sumter County deputies: SUV stolen had Christmas gifts inside was recovered with the items missing

Sumter County deputies have found a missing SUV with gifts inside.

  Crews investigating cause of fire at Berkeley Co. auto shop

The call came in at 6:01 a.m.

DHEC: People who reported illness at Summerville Mexican restaurant had norovirus

“Information is still being collected from those that reported illness,” DHEC spokesman Chris Delcamp said.

Kentucky bill would make abortion a felony

The bill, prefiled Thursday, proposes banning abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected.

Bomb threats sent to businesses, universities and media nationwide

Threats are being sent in to create mass disruption.

Unclaimed bikes left aboard CARTA buses to be given away

Nominations are being accepted to receive a free, refurbished bicycle.The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority and Affordabike refurbished 15 bicycles that were left on CARTA buses and never claimed.

Mr. K, longtime owner of Piggly Wiggly in Summerville, died on Wednesday

The longtime owner of the Summerville Piggly Wiggly, known affectionately as Mr. K, died this week.

‘Adulting Day’ teaches local high school seniors how to cook, change a tire, pay bills

Bullitt Central High School seniors had time to spend on topics other than math and English during an Adulting Day event Wednesday.

As protectors abandon Trump, investigation draws closer

Though Cohen broke down during his sentencing hearing Wednesday, Trump remained uncharacteristically quiet, his Twitter feed still while he ignored shouted questions about his former attorney at a White House event. But Trump has been far from silent during the monthslong Cohen saga.

It may or may not be a world record, but this 61-year-old did 7,000 crunches in an hour

It may or may not be a world record, but 61-year-old crunches abs more than 7000 times in an hour

SC man discovers 50-year-old watch worth nearly $40K, donates it to the Salvation Army

After taking in an old watch to have it repaired, one Midlands man discovers the more than 50-year-old watch is now worth nearly $40,000.

Boy Scouts of America considers filing for bankruptcy, report says

The organization is one of the largest youth groups in the country.

Student accused of threatening SC teacher in social media post

A student at South Pointe High School admitted to writing a post containing a threat towards a teacher Wednesday morning.

Man wanted for murder in Indiana arrested in SC

A man wanted for murder in Indiana has been arrested in South Carolina.

Police: Man charged with attempted murder after stabbing roommate during fight

The victim told police he tried to talk to Rainey after a verbal altercation

Berkeley County considers stormwater credit policy after complaints

After several businesses and church leaders complained about sharp hikes in stormwater utility fees, Berkeley County Council agreed to consider implementing a credit policy to help mitigate costs.

North Carolina city prepping for possible marijuana sales

The Asheville Alcoholic Beverage Control board chairman told the City Council Tuesday that there's a national trend of marijuana legalization, and it's the board's job to anticipate changes.

Son has nowhere to hide when Mom embarrasses him on camera at basketball game

Mandy Remmell went for it when the 'fan cam' pointed at her during a Kelly Clarkson song. Her son may never forgive her.

Teenage suspect dead after middle school shooting in Richmond, IN

Authorities say a teenage suspect has been killed at an eastern Indiana middle school.

Bones found in family home ID’d as father missing for decades

One night back in 1961, Mike Carroll's father, George, disappeared. The explanations for his father's disappearance never sat well with the son.

Trump’s 10 terrorists: The evolution of a statistic

These 10 do not exist, except as a federal statistic that Trump and his vice president put through a rhetorical grinder in service of describing emigrants from Mexico as a menace.

City officials hope to prevent W. Ashley creek from flooding

City officials say development has cut off its natural tidal flow so they would like to help restore it.

With future in limbo, public can weigh in on Cooper River Marina site

Charleston County Parks Department officials say everything is on the table for the site

Vitaminwater bets $100,000 you can’t go a year without your smartphone

Vitaminwater is actually offering $100,000 to the person who can go without their smartphone for 365 days.

Boy, 11, changes last name from ‘Trump’ due to bullying

While his parents work on getting his name legally changed, the boy will be going by his father’s last name at school.

Would-be burglar rescued after getting stuck in restaurant grease vent for 2 days

The sheriff’s office says the man was physically exhausted and suffering from dehydration. He was taken to the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.

Man catches massive catfish in Decatur, AL

A man landed a massive catch off Point Mallard in Decatur on Wednesday.

SC inmate tells Department of Corrections in $1M lawsuit that his religion requires him to smoke weed

Rose, 41, says his Rastafarian religious practice includes smoking marijuana and says he wants $1 million in punitive and actual damages.

N. Charleston gas stations ordered to stop sale of some gas grades over water in tanks

The South Carolina Department of Agriculture issued notices ordering at least two North Charleston gas stations to stop the sale of certain grades of gas because of an excess of water in the storage tanks.

Lowcountry teachers advocate for education reform at SC Statehouse

Dozens of teachers took a day off work Wednesday to get face to face with lawmakers they hope can solve problems they see in our state's classrooms.Many of them were from Lowcountry schools like Dorchester County School District Two.

Del Monte recalling Fiesta Corn due to under processing

Del Monte Foods has announced a recall of 64,242 cases of Fiesta Corn seasoned with Red & Green Peppers due to under-processing.

New details released on CCSD teacher on administrative leave after license revoked

A Charleston County teacher’s personnel file showed more information about the employee who was put on administrative leave after the state of West Virginia revoked his teaching license.

Liberty Hill Academy teacher files state complaint, details harassment she endured

A former Liberty Hill Academy teacher who filed a complaint with the South Carolina Human Affairs Commission said the harassment she experienced at the school went ignored by school and district officials.

Man charged in 1981 Berkeley Co. shooting, kidnapping of 2 teens

Details about which case it concerns remain limited

Live 5 Scambusters: Don’t give an empty gift card

As we get closer to Christmas, you may run out of time and find yourself buying more gift cards than actual gifts. These are easy gifts and easy targets for scammers.

City of Charleston considering restoring Long Branch Creek in West Ashley

The West Ashley Revitalization Committee will meet to discuss restoration opportunities for the Long Branch Creek.

Sheriff to fix ‘failure in the system’ after evidence tying suspect in 13-year-old’s death to 2016 rape is missed

The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office is conducting an internal affairs investigation in reference to a 2016 incident involving the suspect charged in connection with the death of 13-year-old Hania Aguilar.