Missing 13-year-old girl last seen Sunday in northeast Columbia

She needs to be found quickly because of “medical concerns,” officials said.

Georgia officials: S.C. truck driver shot dead in road rage

  Mount Pleasant seeing increase in film production requests in town

Crash slows traffic on Johns Island

  Spoleto tickets go on sale

  Short term rental fees coming to Mount Pleasant

  Firefighters: 2 hurt in mobile home fire

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  Walk-in vaccine clinic hosted in North Charleston

  N. Charleston, tri-county leaders explore options to improve food access

  Side effects from COVID vaccine could depend on age, manufacturer and dose

Haley says she’ll back Trump, stand down if he runs in 2024

  Michael Slager wants 20-year sentence reduced, claiming ineffective counsel

  155 breakthrough COVID-19 cases reported in SC: What are they?

  Charleston Police officer won’t face charges in January officer-involved shooting

The Charleston Police officer involved in a shooting that left a carjacking suspect wounded will not face charges in the incident.

  Deputies: Man attempts armed robbery with toy gun

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office says a man attempted to rob four people with a toy gun on Johns Island.

  MUSC kidney transplant wait times to increase following new national allocation system

Last month, the United Network for Organ Sharing implemented a new nationwide allocation system allowing patients to receive a kidney from a deceased donor within a 250 mile radius of a donor hospital.

Man facing murder charge after wife dies of gunshot injuries

Monroe Mirray Cole was originally charged with attempted murder after authorities say he shot Hazel Daniels at their home on Handy Hill Drive on March 25.

Fort Jackson to resume in-person graduations

Crews clear vehicle fire on I-26 in North Charleston

Authorities identify woman killed in North Charleston shooting

Deputies arrest 17-year-old accused in teenager’s murder

  Charleston City Council to consider $250K for planning on Lowcountry Lowline Project

Crews clear wreck on I-26 near I-95 exit

State health department to offer free STD testing Thursday

South Carolina residents will be able to be screened at no cost Thursday for several sexually-transmitted diseases.

  Charleston County to give out $12M in rent assistance

Charleston County has officially opened up its application process for a rental assistance program set to give out $12.4 million. In just three hours, nearly 200 tenants and 37 landlords had already applied for the money.

Man sentenced after setting woman ablaze in Lexington County

The victim testified that she awoke to a man pouring gasoline on her skin and clothing.

  FEMA money helping families pay for funerals of COVID-19 victims

Starting today, loved-ones of COVID-19 victims can apply for thousands of dollars in federal reimbursement for funeral and memorial expenses.

  City of Charleston receives 2021 ‘Pinwheel City’ designation

Leaders in the City of Charleston announced a special designation for Nation Child Abuse Prevention Month.

McMaster blocks feds from bringing unaccompanied children from border to SC

Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order Monday instructing the state’s Department of Social Services to prevent the federal government from placing undocumented, unaccompanied migrant children from the southern border into foster care and group homes.

N.C.’s COVID-19 hospitalizations remain under 1K, with 30.1% of adults fully vaccinated

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is continuing to track confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths.

SC reports 453 newly-confirmed COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 453 new COVID-19 cases Monday afternoon, but no confirmed or probable deaths attributed to the illness.

Man accidentally shot himself inside Food Lion store

A man accidentally shot himself inside the Food Lion grocery story on Faith Road on Friday night.

Coast Guard suspends search for missing man on Savannah River

Coast Guard crews called off the search for a missing man on the Savannah River Sunday night.

Sheriff’s office dedicates monument to fallen deputy

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office says they will be dedicating a monument to a deputy who fell in the line of duty.

Will Smith film departs Georgia over voting restrictions

Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua have pulled production of their runaway slave drama “Emancipation” from Georgia over the state’s recently enacted law restricting voting access.

National Weather Service issues Fire Danger Statement

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Danger Statement in light of humidity and wind speeds.

  Town of Summerville, police department face lawsuit in connection to traffic stop

Lawyers for a 19-year-old man filed a lawsuit Monday over what they call an unlawful traffic stop in which their client was detained at gunpoint.

Colleton Co. schools host virtual forum

School leaders with the Colleton County school district are hosting a public forum to discuss what general school-related topics.

  Community Resource Center distributes food in Summerville

The Community Resource Center says they will be hosting a food giveaway event at the Summerville YMCA.

  Construction continues in Park West area

Construction along Park West Boulevard in Mount Pleasant is taking longer than planned.

  Baseball players team up to help Lowcountry Orphan Relief

Two local baseball teams are joining other local partners to help the Lowcountry Orphan Relief organization.

  Charleston County opens rental assistance program

Residents of Charleston County struggling to make rent and utility payments during the COVID-19 pandemic might now be able to apply for relief funding.

Feds: West Virginia Walmart worker stole $124K in gift cards

If convicted, he could face up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each count.

Third state temporarily shuts down Johnson & Johnson vaccination site after several people suffer adverse reactions

Doctors are warning people not to panic.

Gas prices steady amid COVID recovery climb

GasBuddy’s daily survey of 3,028 stations in South Carolina reports gas prices have fallen 0.7 cents per gallon in the past week.

Armed barricade, lockdown of guests and staff at Kahala resort ends after nearly 10 hours

An armed man fired multiple rounds through his hotel room door, triggering a property-wide lockdown and massive police response.

  Charleston activists hold anti-hate rally, vigil for victims of violence

Sunday evening, dozens showed up in Charleston for a rally and vigil amid numerous recent mass shootings across the country and a hate crime bill moving through South Carolina state legislature.

  Veronika Kudermetova wins Volvo Car Open in straight sets

Beats Danka Kovinic, 6-4, 6-2

‘A shining light’: Community gathers to honor doctor, wife, grandchildren killed in York County shooting

The Rock Hill community is hurting and mourning the unfathomable.

Troopers: One dead in Orangeburg Co. crash

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says one person is dead and another was taken to the hospital after a Sunday morning crash near Neeses.

First-of-its-kind meeting draws more than 100 corporate leaders to discuss state voting laws

More than 100 of the nation’s top corporate leaders met virtually on Saturday to discuss ways for companies to continue responding to the passage of more restrictive voting laws across the country.

Pelosi says “the door is open” for bipartisan cooperation on infrastructure bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday encouraged House Republicans to work across the aisle to pass President Biden’s sprawling infrastructure package, saying the “door is open” for bipartisan cooperation.

  Officers investigating after man found shot in Beaufort

The Beaufort Police Department says they are investing after they responded to a report of a man who was shot.

SC reports 588 newly-confirmed COVID-19 cases, 2 confirmed deaths

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control says the latest round of COVID-19 tests confirmed 588 new cases across the state.

  McMaster joins groundbreaking ceremony at new tennis stadium

Governor Henry McMaster and others helped breaking ground at the Volvo Car Open’s Golden Shovel event.

Crews clear Awendaw house fire

The Awendaw-McClellanville Fire District says their crews have cleared an Awendaw house fire.

  Holocaust and genocide awareness event scheduled over Zoom

The Jewish Federation of Charleston says they will be hosting 2021 Yom HaShoah Holocaust Remembrance Program.

‘I’m very concerned’: Advocates react to low vaccination rate of Hispanic and Latino communities in SC

Guimaraes said part of the hesitancy stems from misinformation and misconceptions about the vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccine clinics scheduled in the Lowcountry

Two COVID-19 vaccine clinics have been scheduled in the Lowcountry for Sunday.

Palmetto Breeze Trolley resumes service

A seasonal trolley service is back up and running for parts of the Lowcountry.

1 dead after driving wrong way on interstate

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says one person has died after driving the wrong way on I-26.

Louisiana man dies when tree falls on his mobile home

Neighbor helps victim’s wife to safety

  North Charleston Police host baby shower for new moms

The North Charleston Police Department is working to provide educational resources for expectant mothers in the Lowcountry.

  Business owners say reopened market is light at the end of the tunnel

Saturday marks the start of the Charleston Farmers Market in Marion Square for the first time in nearly a year and a half.

‘I thought we might have a miracle’: Robert Shook, sixth person shot in York County, S.C. mass shooting, dies with family at side

A sixth person injured in a shooting that killed five others in York County Wednesday remains hospitalized with serious injuries.

Crews respond to commercial fire in N. Charleston

The North Charleston Fire Department says Rivers Avenue has reopened following a commercial fire Saturday night.

Coroner: Teenager dies after collision in Charleston County

The Charleston County Coroner’s Office says a 16-year-old girl has died following a crash in Hollywood.

Health officials: S.C. paper plant accused of violations, main culprit of more than 5,000 complaints about strong stench plaguing multiple counties

According to the agency, more than 5,000 complaints were reported from those in York and Lancaster counties, as well as from some North Carolinians, since March 12.

No injuries reported following incident involving aircraft at Joint Base Charleston

Video provided by viewers showed what appeared to be an aircraft on fire at the base on Friday afternoon.

  Police: Woman dies in North Charleston shooting

North Charleston Police say a woman died after being shot just before noon Saturday.

  Judge denies bond for woman accused of assaulting infants at Charleston daycare

A judge Saturday morning denied bond for a daycare worker who was arrested on charges relating to the assault of three infants at a West Ashley daycare.

Police: 4 charged, staff attempted to clean up scene of fatal shooting at Myrtle Beach bar

Officials said the shooting happened at Donny’s Saloon last month.

  Employees report feeling more anxiety as dates set for their return to in-person work

More than 75% of American executives plan to ask their employees to be back in the office by July, according to a national survey.

SC reports more than 600 newly-confirmed COVID-19 cases for 2nd straight day

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control says the latest round of COVID-19 tests confirmed 637 new cases across the state.

  FIRST ALERT: Chance of showers, gusty winds late Saturday afternoon, evening

A powerful storm system moving toward South Carolina could produce showers and a possible storm late Saturday afternoon and into the evening.

As Rose wilts, a pursuing pack closes in at The Masters

Takes 1 shot lead into Saturday

Brain of Ex-NFL player accused in SC killings to be examined for damage

The brain of the former NFL player who killed five people in South Carolina before fatally shooting himself will be tested for a degenerative disease that has affected a number of professional athletes.

5-minute training can help you help someone who may be overdosing

Curbside training being offered Saturday will help people spot signs of an overdose and help someone who may be in a medical emergency.

  South Carolina confirms $1.7B revenue windfall

State economists have discovered $1.7 billion in additional revenue that will be added to the budget currently being prepared by the legislature

Man charged after 15-year-old girl who went missing in Myrtle Beach is found safe

A 15-year-old girl who was reported missing Wednesday in Myrtle Beach has been found, according to family members.

  SC bill would allow nurse graduates to help hospitals before being licensed

Sen. Tom Davis (R- Beaufort) has introduced a bill that is making its way through the state house. It would temporarily allow individuals who have graduated from an accredited nurse school to practice under the supervision of a licensed registered nurse while waiting to take their licensure exam.