Hundreds of people attended the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. parade Monday in downtown Charleston.
The MLK Holiday Parade began at Burke High School on President Street at 11 a.m.
The procession headed east on Fishburne, north on Ashley, east on Sumter, south on King, east on Calhoun and ended at Marion Square.
Hundreds of people from area schools, churches, non-profit organizations and businesses participated, including Military Magnet Academy and the International Longshoremen's Union.
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Bond was set at $125,000 for a woman charged in a crash that killed an off-duty North Charleston police officer in Summerville Thursday night.
A community in mourning today as dozens of law enforcement officers and family members honored the life of a fallen North Charleston police officer.
Funeral arrangements have been made for a fallen North Charleston Police Officer.
The Alabama railroad workers who called police about the suspicious vehicle that contained a missing Johns Island child are holding a news conference.
The man prosecutors say kidnapped a four-year-old Johns Island girl after beating her mother Tuesday afternoon had no connection to the victims.