The city of Charleston’s Special Commission on Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Conciliation has released it’s 545-page draft report of on ways to promote racial justice and racial equity in the Holy City.
Federal agents intercepted 13 pieces of artifacts from the 10th century that were headed to South Carolina. Officials with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the shipment came from Mexico and was heading to a home in Sumter.
A new lawsuit filed in federal court claims the Charleston County School District and two district officials allowed a hostile work environment to be created, where staff were exposed to abusive behavior from students.
The city of Charleston’s Director of Livability and Tourism Dan Riccio says in June the city started receiving complaints and concerns from nearby residents about guests of The Barrel parking in their neighborhood and along the roads.
Officials with the Medical University of South Carolina say the Tri-county is in a “code red situation” with COVID as medical officials say the virus’ impact in the Charleston area has gone from “significant” to “severe” in the latest update by the healthcare networks’ COVID-19 tracking data.
In less than a week, a criminal case could be tried in front of a jury all the way to a verdict in Charleston County for the first time in a year and a half, but some defense attorneys are concerned about what the trials could look like with COVID protocols and how that could impact their clients.
Age-eligible South Carolina children would be required to show proof of coronavirus vaccination in order to attend public schools in the state, under a proposal introduced by Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mia McLeod.
Late Tuesday night the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced a new eviction moratorium designed to get around the Supreme Court’s decision that the original moratorium was unconstitutional.
It has been nearly a year and a half since Charleston County has held a criminal jury trial all the way to a verdict. Now the county has multiple criminal jury trials on the docket beginning next week, and both defense attorneys and the solicitor’s office are gearing up for the proceedings.
A heat map from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control shows COVID cases increasing in the state over the last two weeks, and you may have also heard that more kids are getting COVID right now.
A man who claims he was injured during an arrest by a North Charleston police officer last month is suing for assault and battery.Darin Meggett was pulled over on July 1 for a traffic infraction, according to his lawyer, Brian Mickelsen.
South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control reported a total of 2,065 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. Those numbers represented the latest data from test results received on Sunday.
Congressman James E. Clyburn announced the National Park Service will award nearly $3 million to seven projects in South Carolina to help preserve sites and history related to the African American struggle for equality.
During a discussion of the rise in COVID-19 cases, a member of the Cabarrus County Board of Education blamed the case increase on “illegal aliens by the thousands coming across that border without masks, with COVID.”