Harris Pastides releases statement regarding UofSC president-elect Bob Caslen

University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides released a statement around noon today addressing president-elect Lt. General Robert Caslen.

Puerto Rico gov will not resign or seek re-election, leaves his party

Rosselló is facing public furor over an obscenity-laced online chat that showed the governor and his close advisers insulting women and mocking constituents, including victims of Hurricane Maria.
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  ‘The Lion King’ bites off $185 million debut, a July record

"The Lion King" this weekend roared into 4,725 North American theaters, where it grossed a stunning $185 million, according to studio estimates on Sunday.

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Coroner: Man dies in motorcycle crash in Pineville

Group of Chapin friends save mom having seizure, recognized for their actions

Horry County Police searching for missing man last seen near Conway

Teen arrested after attempted traffic stop leads to chase, crash

Gullah cookout raises funds for historic church restoration

Lowcountry residents filled the Heyward House on Saturday for a Gullah-themed cookout to help raise money dedicated to restoring a historic church.
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No prison time for man who had ‘nearly 200’ child porn images, videos

Steven Payne, who was the longtime volleyball coach at Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis at the time of his arrest, registered as a sex offender on June 14.

  Lowcountry landmarks receive African American historical preservation grants

Group walks 32 miles from Summerville to Mt. Pleasant to raise awareness for PTSD among veterans

NC man dies after Oak Island wave breaks his neck

Deputies: One dead, another hurt after wreck on Highway 61

  Crews respond to structure fire in Moncks Corner

WATCH: Suspect with history of violent crime arrested after he’s caught on camera during break-in

VIDEO: Later gator! Pair caught strolling in Murrells Inlet park

Police search for man wanted for trafficking meth

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Attorney: Deputy had no obligation to confront school gunman during mass shooting

Scot Peterson's attorneys say prosecutors stretched the laws "beyond their breaking points" when they charged him last month with child neglect, culpable negligence, and perjury for his actions during and after the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 dead.

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Lowcountry MLB MiLB Update (7/19)

Smoak has RBI in win

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Police: Two teens dead, one injured in Hanahan shooting

  Sheriff’s office: Two people transported to the hospital after driver of stolen vehicle crashes into car

Emergency crews working accident involving vehicle, pedestrian in N. Charleston

  Environmental experts concerned after plastic pellets wash up on Sullivan’s Island

  Teenager suing Summerville church, alleging bathroom assault

A teenager is suing a Summerville church, and several of its leaders, after he claims he was assaulted in a church restroom.
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  Heat, humidity grips East Coast as central US sees reprieve

Portions of the Central Plains and Mississippi Valley and much of the East Coast were still expected to see temperatures approaching nearly 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius).

  New technology helps Charleston area school track students’ online activities

  Blood drive honoring Lowcountry firefighter, boy with cancer surpasses goal

  Deputies urge drivers to use caution with Colleton Co. railroad crossing active again

Sheriff: Man attempted to pull gun on deputies in Orangeburg County