Charleston businesses see first full late-night weekend without alcohol sale ban

Bar owners and live-music entertainers say the late-night crowd is returning downtown during the first weekend after Governor Henry McMaster lifted the 11 p.m. alcohol sale restriction statewide.

Mom uses CPR to save baby who stopped breathing during heart attack

The baby girl's parents want to stress the importance of knowing CPR, not just for adults and kids but for infants as well.
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  Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill that includes stimulus checks

The bill would provide direct payments of up to $1,400 to most Americans and money for COVID-19 vaccines and testing, aid to state and local governments, help for schools and the airline industry and subsidies for health insurance.


Volunteers returning to Trident Medical Center

SC charter schools get extra $9 million because of pandemic

N.C. man accused of kidnapping daughter, murdering mother arrested in Mecklenburg County

SC reports 732 new COVID-19 cases, 32 deaths

  Troopers report one dead in fatal Berkeley Co. crash

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says one person has died in a single-vehicle crash.
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Bloody Sunday memorial honors late civil rights giants

The Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee marks the 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday — the day on March 7, 1965, that civil rights marchers were brutally beaten by law enforcement officers on Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge.

  Deputies investigating Seabrook shooting

  Lowcountry couple celebrates 61st wedding anniversary at hospital

Charleston warming shelter to reopen in preparation of another cold night

  Military Magnet girls win 1-A state championship

  New bill aimed at who controls parking along public roads

  Deputies: Woman charged for attempted murder

‘The guests can choose:’ S.C. restaurants embracing end of mask mandate for customers

SC deputy shoots armed man on roof of apartment building

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  Where IS ruled, pope calls on Christians to forgive, rebuild

The Islamic State's brutal three-year rule of much of northern and western Iraq, and the grueling campaign against it, left a vast swath of destruction. Reconstruction efforts have stalled amid a years-long financial crisis.


Walton, Winter lead Drexel past Charleston in CAA quarters

Coastal Drops Extra-Inning Contest to UConn

Huskies snap Chants winning streak.


  Charleston mask ordinance to remain in effect for restaurants

  Nonprofit hosted food distribution on Johns Island

Two people killed in Kershaw County house fire

  Attempted traffic stop leads to police chase

  East Cooper Medical Center to host weekly vaccine clinic

East Cooper Medical Center says they will still be vaccinating only people who qualify for Phase 1A this weekend.
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Mom claims son shot with BB guns, forced to drink urine at sleepover

The Texas mother claims the sleepover was orchestrated by her son's classmates to purposefully bully and abuse him.

Crews responding to crash on Highway 17

Police investigating after Bluffton shooting ends in car crash

SC House passes bill to ticket slow left lane drivers

SC reports nearly 800 new COVID-19 cases