Most towns and cities in the Lowcountry have cancelled their fourth of July events and fireworks shows because of the coronavirus pandemic, but two men are putting on their own celebration right in the middle of the Charleston Harbor Saturday.
A Charleston native is looking to face off against President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden this fall. Her name is Jade Simmons and she’s trying to break through the 2-party system running as an Independent.
About forty percent of child care centers in South Carolina are still closed during this pandemic. One director said it would be much worse without grant money through the Department of Social Services helping keep their doors open.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Carolina continues to increase, communities across the state are meeting to discuss possible ordinances requiring people to wear face masks in public places.
A chilling federal affidavit released late Thursday afternoon says Spc. Aaron David Robinson, of Calumet City, Ill., beat Fort Hood Spc. Vanessa Guillen, 20, with a hammer and that her body was later dismembered and burned.
Though the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control states it contacts all people who test positive for COVID-19, Live 5 News has learned that some people are not receiving a phone call.
As coronavirus cases in South Carolina continue to surge, we are also seeing increases in the number of COVID-10 patients relying on ventilators. The good news is that hospitals in the state are nowhere close to running out of ventilators.
Firework complaints in the city of North Charleston are up 250-percent from June of last year to June of this year.In 2019, they had 90 calls about it, according to the county’s consolidated dispatch. This year that number jumped to 230.
Gov. Henry McMaster has directed the Department of Health and Environmental Control to postpone the release of guidelines for allowing limited visitation at nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Friends of a tow truck driver, who is believed to have fallen over the Don Holt Bridge after responding to an accident, are in disbelief. The search continued Thursday for Will Ellis in the Cooper River.
The sheriff specifically referenced "Black Lives Matter or any other group that’s making themselves a spectacle, disrupting what we know to be our quality of life in this country" in a video regarding protests.
Authorities say a man accused of brining a gun to a store in Charleston was arrested after he crashed into a police car and led officers on a chase. The Charleston Police Department arrested 32-year-old Thomas Ray Drayton of Hanahan.
Marine patrols from multiple agencies are searching for a tow truck driver in the waterways around the Don Holt Bridge Thursday, the day after the missing man apparently went over the bridge in a traffic accident.
The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce says the number of people who have filed their first claim for unemployment benefits continues to grow months after the coronavirus pandemic began having a major impact on jobs in the state.
On Wednesday night, Rep. Marvin Pendarvis said he had received confirmation that SLED will be investigating the case after the Charleston County Legislative Delegation has asked the agency to investigate Weatherspoon’s death.
A Charleston County deputy remains in the hospital with serious injuries following a collision on the Don Holt Bridge Wednesday afternoon after he and a tow truck driver, who remains missing, were struck during a traffic stop.
The water utility company said the spike was detected from results of a wastewater sampling and monitoring study being conducted by DHEC and the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina.