Portion of Savannah Highway closed following auto-pedestrian collision

A portion of Savannah Highway has been closed following an auto-pedestrian collision in West Ashley Thursday night. Charleston police say the road is closed between Ashley Town Center and Savage Road.

Some restaurant owners claim they’re having trouble finding workers during the pandemic

Some employees have left the restaurant industry for good amid the perils of the pandemic, which exposed workers to the coronavirus and uncooperative patrons.
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Mom who gave birth on flight didn’t know she was pregnant

The baby boy, Raymond Mounga, arrived early at just 29 weeks while mom was traveling to Hawaii for vacation with her family.

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  Two people transported to the hospital after accident involving school bus

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  Third effort to block transgender athletes from competing in women’s sports faces opposition

  Coroner identifies woman killed in shooting at North Charleston hotel

  Virtual students required to take end-of-year tests in-person

With the end of the school year a little over a month away, students and families are reminded that it’s now a federal requirement for all virtual students to take state-mandated testing in person.
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Remote learning still widespread even after Biden hits goal

Almost 4 in 10 students continued to take all their classes remotely, and another 2 in 10 were split between classroom and remote learning.

Arnold takes over as Mount Pleasant Police chief

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  Ft. Jackson trainee accused of hijacking school bus ‘wanted to get home,’ commander says

  Charleston Animal Society helping pets in a unique way

  SC reports 373 new COVID-19 cases, 19 deaths

  Coroner identifies victim in late-night Berkeley County crash

  Regal to reopen 2 Charleston-area theaters Friday

  Plan to make electric chair, firing squad SC execution methods inches closer to law

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Father hikes 10 miles for help after son has mini-stroke in wilderness

The 26-year-old credits his father’s quick actions and preparedness along with rescuers for his life.

SPORTS

Lemonis, Mississippi State beat The Citadel 10-2

Hillman Strikes Twice To Give Stingrays OT Win

Two-Run Seventh Propels Gamecocks Past UNF

Tigers Outlast Spartans 9-2

  RiverDogs Lead from Start to Finish in 8-2 Win Over Myrtle Beach

Schnell, Lopez homer in win

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  Final vote expected Thursday on state open carry bill

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  SC reports fewer than 3K new unemployment claims

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  Summerville tax preparer charged with preparing false tax returns

A Summerville man has been indicted for preparing false income tax returns, according to the acting U.S. Attorney for South Carolina.
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19-year-old who aged out of system adopted by caseworker

As a teen, she spent years in state care and group homes, where she met her caseworker. Over five years, the two formed a special bond.

  New state park plan includes water trail, access to Black River

  Fire chief: House a ‘total loss’ after late-night fire

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  Charleston Housing Authority working to change public housing