Attorney calls for change after deadly crash involving Charleston County deputy

The family of a man killed in a crash involving a Charleston County deputy has filed suit against the sheriff’s office, and their attorney believes this case is an example of a broader issue with the state’s Tort Claims Act.

US terrorism alert warns of politically motivated violence

The department isn't citing a specific threat.
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January’s full wolf moon rises Thursday

The wolf moon rises Thursday, peaking at 2:16 p.m. ET, NASA says.


Report ranks South Carolina among top in nation for COVID-19 vaccine use

Charleston Councilman to donate salary until term’s end

DHEC hosts COVID-19 vaccine briefing

Columbia murder suspect arrested in North Charleston

  McMaster touts support for Fetal Heartbeat Bill before Senate debate enters 2nd day

The bill would ban abortions around six to eight weeks, after a heartbeat is detected.
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  Virus will kill many more, White House projects as briefings resume

Administration experts began to host briefings that will occur three times a week on the state of the outbreak, efforts to control it and the race to deliver vaccines and therapeutics to end it.

MUSC continues COVID-19 trials, give more vaccine choices

Charleston multi-cuisine eatery closing it’s doors

  Mount Pleasant Town Council reviewing plans for business development

Beloved Lexington 4 bus driver seriously injured in stabbing after offering man a ride

  City of Charleston to co-host stimulus webinar

Beach parking law pushed by S.C. Senate panel

SCDOT: One lane closed after crash on I-26

13-foot great white shark pings near Myrtle Beach

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  Biden: ‘We can’t wait any longer’ to address climate crisis

The orders aim to conserve 30 percent of the country’s lands and ocean waters in the next 10 years, move to an all-electric federal vehicle fleet and elevate climate change to a national security priority.


Gamecocks release 2021 football schedule

  Hanahan alum Cooper Dawson commits to Charleston Southern

Defensive lineman leaving Syracuse to return to Lowcountry


  Another COVID-19 vaccination site opens in N. Charleston

SC Senate adds an exception for rape and incest to Fetal Heartbeat Bill

Belk to file for bankruptcy, enters agreement with majority owner to reduce debt

  Charleston mayor hopes to make improvements for racial justice, fight against pandemic

Tidelands Health CEO writes letter to governor, supports appointing COVID-19 vaccine logistics director

The leader of Tidelands Health is supporting the idea of appointing a COVID-19 vaccine logistics director to help with the state’s distribution plan.
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‘So blessed’: Woman donates kidney to best friend after helping her heal from son’s death

After years of not taking care of herself, following her son's death to a drunken driver, a St. Louis woman went into stage 5 kidney failure, and her best friend decided to donate.

Georgetown County extends face mask ordinance through March 9

Coroners: Delay in death certificates a much bigger problem, DHEC ‘sugar-coated’ issue

Free COVID-19 testing coming to CARTA bus hubs

Deputies searching for suspect in armed robbery at Family Dollar