North Charleston police officers facing disciplinary actions involving use of force after video surfaces

Three North Charleston police officers are facing disciplinary actions following an investigation involving the use of force during an encounter with a man which was captured on video.

New ‘Hunger Games’ book sells more than 500,000 copies

  Seabrook Island leaders meeting to assess tropical storm impacts

  DHEC Director Rick Toomey announces resignation

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UofSC to require face masks in classrooms, library as part of phased campus reopening plan

Portion of Bohicket Road on Johns Island closed following fatal accident

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  Organizations asking McMaster to add labor rights member to AccelerateSC team

  Lowcountry summer program changed due to COVID-19

207 new cases of COVID-19, and 20 additional deaths in South Carolina

SCDNR K-9 officer dies after medical emergency

  Deputies: Fatal 2-vehicle crash closes Hwy. 17A near Ridgeville

Police investigate shots fired incident at Summerville neighborhood

Rock Hill mother, boyfriend charged in death of 4-year-old who tested positive for cocaine at birth

A 4-year-old child was dead in Rock Hill late Tuesday morning, prompting a death investigation and leading to the arrest of the child’s mother and the mother’s boyfriend.

  SC road tests resume, being done in DMV parking lots

The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles has resumed road tests for those seeking to get a standard driver’s license, but at this point, they aren’t being done on the road.

Boeing to lay off nearly 7,000 employees

Boeing says they will send involuntary layoff notifications to about 6,770 US workers this week as part of their plan to reduce their workforce by 10%.

  Tropical Storm Bertha weakening following landfall in S.C.

Tropical Storm Bertha has weakened to a tropical depression as it heads into North Carolina Wednesday night.

  North Charleston Police chief in self-isolation after possible COVID-19 exposure

  Colleton County deputies investigate pair of shootings

Lowcountry high schools announce in-person graduation plans

North Carolina sees its highest number of coronavirus hospitalizations as state nears 800 deaths

  Bicyclist dies after early-morning crash with vehicle

  Hospitality businesses face struggles trying to get employees back to work

  Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts for 5 days in June

Krispy Kreme is extending its free doughnut giveaway promotion to give customers more opportunities to swing by and pick up a sweet treat.

  Police: Early-morning robbery leads to stabbing at hotel

Goose Creek Police say a 29-year-old man was stabbed by robber who stole his vehicle.

SC deputies need help finding missing teen

The Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office needs your help finding a missing 14-year-old.

  Isle of Palms, North Charleston cancel Fourth of July fireworks displays

The coronavirus is causing some local municipalities and organizations to rethink their annual fireworks displays.

  Parents in Berkeley County voice concerns after lottery system wait-listed 51 students

The Berkeley County School District has implemented a series of policies to help with overcrowding at Cane Bay schools.

Third suspect wanted in Murrells Inlet shooting surrenders; 1 suspect remains on the run

A third suspect wanted in connection to a burglary that ended with a Murrells Inlet homeowner being shot is now in custody.

3 killed, 5 others injured in drive by shooting at cookout in Bowman

The shooting happened around 1 a.m. at a social gathering near the intersection of Dibble and Rail streets, just off Charleston Highway.

  Deputies arrest suspect accused of shooting man over card game in Berkeley County

The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office has charged 29-year-old Tashawn Jamel Johnson with murder.

  253 new cases of COVID-19, and 6 additional deaths in South Carolina

DHEC also announced today that 110,316 tests for COVID-19 have been performed in South Carolina since May 1.

  Charleston Co. students may return to school one week earlier in August

More than a dozen Charleston County high schools now have set dates for in-person graduations, and the district superintendent announced K-8 students could be going back to school one week early.

Authorities identify man killed in North Charleston car accident

Authorities have identified a man who was killed in a car accident in North Charleston early Tuesday morning.

  Local hospitals receive $84M federal funding so far

South Carolina hospitals and healthcare providers have received at least $495 million so far in federal stimulus relief as part of CARES Act funding.

Bond denied for two suspects in pair of weekend Ocean Blvd. shootings, granted for five remaining defendants

The suspects charged in two separate shootings on Ocean Boulevard over the holiday weekend appeared in court for a bond hearing Tuesday morning.

CCSD high schools announce in-person graduation dates and times

Charleston County School District high schools have announced dates and times for their face-to-face diploma-awarding ceremonies.

Coroner identifies two men who died in separate accidents in Berkeley County

Authorities have identified two men who died in separate accidents in Berkeley County.

Coroner identifies man killed in shooting following fight over card game

The sheriff's office said one person died in Cross after an altercation over a card game on Monday. The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office and the Berkeley County Coroner’s Office is continuing the investigation.

Gas leak secured at North Charleston neighborhood entrance

Emergency crews have secured a gas leak at an entrance to a North Charleston neighborhood.

  No reopening day set for SC AME churches; health disparities among African Americans a factor

Leaders in African Methodist Episcopal churches in South Carolina are taking virtual seminars to learn how to prepare the church buildings and congregations for a return.

  $220M road project in Lowcountry deemed essential during pandemic

Construction on the Port Access Road project began in 2016 to separate resident traffic and truck traffic heading to the new Hugh K. Leatherman Sr. Terminal.

  Report: Man leads deputies on 2-county chase after assaulting, stealing from mother

Dorchester County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man Monday night after he allegedly assaulted his mother, stole her phone and led them on a chase through two counties.

  Six Flags announces new safety measures for when parks reopen

If you are planning a trip to Six Flags this year, you will need to know about the new policies the company has put in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Good Samaritans recover over $1,300 on U.S. 17 in Georgetown County

Two Georgetown County residents are being recognized as good Samaritans for turning in over $1,300 they found on U.S. 17.

Publix to open new location in Moncks Corner

Publix plans to open a new store in Moncks Corner, a spokesman for the company confirmed Tuesday.

  More than $50M needed for summer academic camps; sport team competitions may be prohibited

South Carolina’s Superintendent of Education said Tuesday the state will need $50 million to fund camps aimed at helping students who are behind because of the pandemic.

  Deputies searching for wanted man considered armed and dangerous

The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 21-year-old man they say is armed and dangerous.

Communities consider canceling Fourth of July fireworks in wake of COVID-19

Communities across the Lowcountry are deciding whether they will proceed as planned with Fourth of July fireworks plans.

Man shot, killed at pool party on St. Helena Island

The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a deadly shooting that occurred at a pool party on Monday night.

’Incomprehensible’: Police say World War I monument vandalized on Memorial Day in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh police are investigating after they discovered a World War I memorial vandalized on Memorial Day.

FIRST ALERT: Isolated storms possible Tuesday night into Wednesday

Forecasters are watching an area of showers and thunderstorms over northeastern Florida expected to dump heavy rain over South Carolina by Wednesday.

  Coroner identifies man struck by SUV on Savannah Highway

The coroner’s office has identified a man who police say was struck by an SUV as he was crossing Savannah Highway in West Ashley early Tuesday morning.

Woman fired after viral video shows her calling cops on man because he asked her to leash her dog

The woman was fired from her job at an investment management company on Tuesday. After an internal review, Franklin Templeton said it "made the decision to terminate the employee involved, effective immediately."

Additional COVID-19 mobile testing sites announced

Charleston County will hold four additional mobile COVID-19 testing sites into June.

As lockdown restrictions ease, more domestic violence survivors seek help

Over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, there’s been concern for everyone’s safety but especially those considered our most vulnerable. That includes those who feel unsafe at the place they call home.

  Isle of Palms may cancel 4th of July fireworks

The Isle of Palms City Council is expected to decide Tuesday whether to host its annual Fourth of July fireworks this year.

  Driver dies after car strikes utility pole, troopers say

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says a driver was killed late on Memorial Day in a single vehicle crash.

  Olympic-size pool in North Charleston will soon be complete

The North Charleston Aquatic Center near Fort Dorchester High School is now just weeks from completion.

  Troopers: 2 killed in 3-vehicle crash in Orangeburg County

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says two people died Monday night in a crash in Orangeburg County.

  Isle of Palms Public Safety Building undergoing $6M repair project

The Isle of Palms’ 12-year-old Public Safety building is undergoing some much needed repairs.

Motorcyclist killed in Memorial Day crash in York County

A driver was killed in a crash in York County on Monday.

Memorial Day Weekend brings crowds to Lake Murray and other tourist attractions across SC

Memorial Day normally brings waves of crowds to the beaches, lakes, pools, and tourist attractions here in the Midlands and across the state.

  Deputies: Fight over card game ends in fatal shooting

Authorities say one person was killed in a shooting following an altercation over a card game in Berkeley County Monday night.

  Folly Beach businesses see boom on Memorial Day

Businesses on Folly Beach prepared for a large crowd on Memorial Day weekend. Some restaurants saw similar revenue numbers to last year’s Memorial Day.

El Paso mass shooting survivor celebrates first birthday without his parents

"I'm so happy. Today is his first birthday and I think we had to celebrate it, not only because it's his first birthday but because he survived," Paul's uncle, Gilberto Anchondo, told KDBC-TV.

Husband sets up “date nights” outside wife’s hospital room window as she awaits the birth of their son

He knew his wife would be in the hospital for a while. So, he started visiting her for social-distancing "date nights." He'd bring signs and food and drop of treats for his wife, who stayed in her hospital room while he dined down below.

Trump ‘would like’ RNC to stay in Charlotte despite threatening to pull if space can’t be ‘fully occupied’

President Donald Trump threatened to pull the Republican National Convention out of Charlotte if North Carolina can’t commit to full attendance at the convention, the president said in a tweet Monday morning.

  90 new cases of COVID-19, and 5 additional deaths in South Carolina

Health officials have announced 90 new cases of COVID-19 and 5 more deaths in South Carolina.

  Plans to improve ‘absurd’ conditions at Charleston public housing building

State Representative Wendell Gilliard hosted a virtual town hall meeting on Monday afternoon to talk about the poor conditions of the Joseph Floyd Manor in Charleston.

  Victim of Mt. Pleasant boat explosion hospitalized, being treated for burns

One of the three victims of a boat explosion and fire at a Mt. Pleasant marina is being treated for burns at a Georgia hospital, the boat owner said Monday.

  System expected to bring gusty winds, heavy rain to the Lowcountry

A storm system that’s currently spreading across Florida may bring some heavy rain and gusty winds to the Lowcountry.

Emergency crews working accident involving motorcycle on Rivers Avenue

Emergency crews are working an accident involving a motorcycle on Rivers Avenue in North Charleston Monday evening.

Three-state manhunt for suspected double killer

The search for a 23-year-old college student suspected of killing two people and believed armed with several stolen guns stretched through three different states and continued on Monday, authorities said.

Sheriff’s office responds to overturned boat at Edisto Island

Charleston County deputies responded to an overturned boat off Edisto Island Monday afternoon.

Pizza Hut will give away free medium pizza to 2020 graduates

Pizza Hut announced that restaurants will be giving away a free, one-topping medium pizza to the Class of 2020.

Mayor: Deadly shooting on Ocean Blvd. resulted from ‘gang violence from outside of our borders’

Myrtle Beach police are investigating a second shooting in two days along Ocean Boulevard.

N. Charleston police find missing, vulnerable adult

North Charleston police say they have found a missing, vulnerable adult.

Loggerhead laying eggs on beach run over by car, killed in Outer Banks

National seashore staff found the dead turtle around 5:30 a.m. about a tenth of a mile south of Ramp 49 in Frisco. They believe the turtle was killed by a vehicle.

  Charleston Airport not expected to rebound to pre-pandemic traveler numbers until 2022

The Charleston International Airport is set to see its fewest fliers over a Memorial Day weekend in recent years and may not see a full rebound until 2022.

  Parent Survival Guide: Making money from home

With staggering numbers of Americans filing for unemployment in the last two months the demand for finding different ways to make money from home has also soared.