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2 killed, 9 others hurt, in ‘violent incident of huge magnitude’ at S.C. bar

“This was a violent incident of huge magnitude that was witnessed by lots of people,” said Sheriff Barry Faile. “Two people are dead, and many more are seriously injured. The shooter or shooters are out there."

Police: Child found in North Charleston lake has died

18-year-old Fort Jackson soldier-in-training dies while preparing for physical training

Police searching for suspect in downtown Charleston deadly shooting

Three injured in shooting at Lake City nightclub

Funeral services announced for longtime Georgetown sheriff

  Victim in downtown Charleston shooting identified

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Shooting in Beaufort County sends 3 to hospital, Suspect still at large

Gamecocks face first true road test of the year at Mizzou

  Highway Patrol: Driver dies after crash in Georgetown County

  New South Carolina fishing requirements could save fish population

  Family: Charleston Co. deputy underwent surgery, more expected following collision

Hurricane Hugo made landfall 30 years ago. It’s still a night some will never forget.

Lowcountry High School Football - Week 4

Ft. Dorchester wins the Live 5 Game of the Week

Police investigating attempted robbery of armored car at Northwoods Mall

Police are investigating an attempted robbery of an armored car at Northwoods Mall Friday night.

SLED investigating Pawleys Island Police Chief Mike Fanning

Officials with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division say they are investigating Pawleys Island Police Chief Mike Fanning involving an indecent exposure incident.

  Neighbors upset with how early construction crews are starting work at old Sgt. Jasper site

Neighbors near Colonial Lake in downtown Charleston are frustrated with how early construction crews are starting work at the old Sergeant Jasper site.

  Orangeburg man paid $205k after leading deputies on a chase, complained of leg hurting

  New effort underway to find a new home for iconic Folly Boat

SC woman who drove minivan with children inside into ocean allowed to return home

Police arrest man suspected in shooting at Charleston hotel parking lot

Lowcountry man charged with unlawfully growing hemp in Dorchester County

Police: Runaway Conway teen has been located

Nikki Haley moves back to SC, fuels political speculation

Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is moving back to her native South Carolina, re-establishing a home base and also fueling speculation that a return to politics is next on her to-do list.

  2 wounded in early-morning shooting at South Carolina State University

Officials with South Carolina State University confirmed two people were wounded early Friday morning in a shooting on campus.

Coroner identifies motorcyclist killed in weekend crash in Berkeley County

The Berkeley County coroner has identified the driver of a motorcycle killed in an accident involving a truck Sunday afternoon.

  North Charleston double murder suspect waives bond hearing

The man facing charges in the shooting deaths of two people in North Charleston waived his right to a bond hearing Friday morning.

  Safety a top priority for Sea and Sand festival on Folly beach this weekend

Friday marks the first day of the Sea and Sand festival on Folly Beach.

  FIRST ALERT: Hurricane Jerry maintains strength, expected to stay off U.S. coast

Hurricane Jerry is expected to produce heavy rains over the northern Leeward Islands Friday but will stay away from the U.S. coast.

  Orangeburg Co. Sheriff’s Office searching for two people in murder investigation

Deputies with the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office are searching for two people they believe may have information in a murder investigation.

  Charleston-based group holds gentrification forum for city’s neck area

Rapid growth and development are happening around the country and the effects are seen locally. Some of these changes are impacting lower-income neighborhoods and driving folks out of their homes.

Rare recording of King speech in Charleston sold for $55,000 in NY auction

Rare audio tapes from a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1967 speech in Charleston sold for $55,000 in an auction in New York City Thursday night.

  Seabrook Island family warns of golf cart chargers following fire

A Seabrook Island family is raising the alarm after a rental golf cart ignited in their driveway, catching their home on fire.

  Residents at W. Ashley apartment complex afraid to leave homes following shootings

Residents at a West Ashley apartment complex say they are afraid to leave their homes in the wake of two shootings.

  Air Force takes over investigation into report of suspicious package in North Charleston

Authorities say the Air Force has taken over an investigation into a suspicious package in North Charleston Thursday afternoon.

  Live 5 Scambusters: Recognizing a car wrap scam

Companies will pay you to turn your own car into a rolling advertisement, but not every opportunity is real.

  Don’t let flu myths keep you from getting a flu shot

So the flu shot is a dead virus or inactivated, so it's not live. So we're giving you dead viruses, so it's not possible for the flu shot to give you the flu. Health care professionals are urging people to get a flu shot now.

I-526 WB traffic on Don Holt moving slowly following clean up

I-526 westbound traffic on the Don Holt bridge is moving slowly after crews cleared an obstruction Thursday night.

Case against man suspected of murdering Sharee Bradley, Nevaeh Adams moves forward

Johnson admitted to police that he killed Bradley and Adams at their home at the Lantana Apartments in August.

  Neighbors start petition as Hurricane Dorian debris is burned near homes

A neighborhood is pushing for change after Charleston County debris from Hurricane Dorian is being burned near their homes.

  Coroner: Summerville woman found in woods was killed by gunshot to the head

Coroner Paul J. Brouthers said the cause of death for Karen Simmons Yarborough is homicide.

  Longtime Georgetown County sheriff dies

Georgetown County Sheriff A. Lane Cribb, who served as sheriff since his election in 1992, died Thursday, deputies have confirmed.

North Charleston Police withdraws from reporting system designed to free up dispatchers for 911 calls

The North Charleston Police Department confirmed Thursday it had pulled out from an incident reporting system the Charleston County Consolidated Dispatch Center launched in November.

  Emily England Clyburn, wife of SC congressman Jim Clyburn, dies at 80

Dr. Emily England Clyburn, the wife of House Majority Whip and South Carolina sixth district representative Jim Clyburn, passed away Thursday morning at the age of 80.

Georgia man dies following water rescue on Sullivan’s Island

The Charleston County Coroner’s Office said 52-year-old Harvey Howard Jr. of Statesboro, Ga. died at East Cooper Medical Center on Wednesday evening.

Coroner identifies man killed in North Charleston crash

The Charleston County Coroner’s Office says a Summerville man died Wednesday in a crash in North Charleston.

Charleston police: Man sought for information in assault has been found

Charleston police say a man who was being sought for information on an assault has been found.

Student apprehended after making threat against Darlington County school with iPad

A student at Spaulding Middle School in Darlington County was apprehended by law enforcement Thursday morning after making a threat against the school using a school-issued iPad, according to district officials.

SNAP recipients in areas affected by Hurricane Dorian to receive automatic replacement of benefits

The South Carolina Department of Social Services announced Thursday counties and zip codes eligible to receive automatic replacement of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits because of losses from Hurricane Dorian.

Westwood High student arrested, accused of making threats to ‘kill someone’ at school

The threatening message, posted on Instagram the night of Sep. 18, 2019, said that students “better watch y’all back.”

Crews responding to structure fire in N. Charleston

Crews are responding to a structure fire in North Charleston.

Couple charged with murder, accused of deliberately leaving child in car post bond

The Lowcountry couple who were charged with murder after authorities say the two deliberately left a disabled 13-year-old girl in a car in Colleton County which led to the child’s death have both posted bond.

Second person charged with murder in Lancaster teen’s shooting death

A 17-year-old suspect in the death of a Lancaster teen was taken into custody in Alabama Tuesday morning.

Construction officially begins on new Awendaw fire station

Construction has officially started on a new fire station in the Awendaw area.

SCDOT Commission removes former commissioner’s name from sign in Columbia

South Carolina Department of Transportation’s Commission voted unanimously to remove the name of former commissioner, John Hardee, from a sign leading to the Columbia airport Thursday.

  Troopers looking for car involved in hit-and-run crash that injured police officer

South Carolina Highway Patrol Troopers are looking for a car involved in a hit-and-run which injured a Hemingway police officer and another person in Williamsburg County Wednesday night.

  James Island, City of Charleston working together to create new park

The town of James Island has been working with the City of Charleston to create “Brantley Park”

  Georgetown HS student charged after allegedly making threat, district says

A Georgetown High School student has been charged after making a threat, according to school district officials.

Coroner identifies man killed in Dorchester Co. crash

One person died late Wednesday night in a crash in Dorchester County

  Charleston Co. looking to approve $154 million in bonds for projects

On Thursday, the Charleston County Council will hold a public forum ahead of a possibly approving $154 million in bonds to pay for nearly a dozen county-wide projects.

  District 20 parents say they want ‘transparency’ from CCSD during community forum

Parents say they are frustrated with what they’re calling lack of transparency from the Charleston County School District.

Beaufort Co. detectives believe new technology could help solve cold case murder

Detectives in Beaufort County are looking into the murder of a woman that happened more than 30 years ago.

  Jury finds Sidney Moorer guilty of kidnapping Heather Elvis, sentenced to 30 years

A Horry County jury has found Sidney Moorer guilty of the 2013 kidnapping of Heather Elvis.

Police identify man in connection with shoplifting at Apple store

Charleston police are seeking to identify a man in connection with a shoplifting at the downtown Apple store.

  Citadel officials say changes are coming as some cadets hold hunger strike

Officials at The Citadel said a number of changes are coming to improve the campus’ dining facility.

  Police: Former high school principal lied about wife’s disappearance in 911 call

Summerville Police say a former Summerville High School principal killed his wife and then called 911 saying she disappeared.

  Man who claimed self-defense in deadly shooting of brother now charged with murder

The man who claimed he shot and killed his brother in Summerville earlier this month in self-defense has now been charged with murder after police say he lied about the circumstances surrounding the shooting.

  Classroom Champions: Bringing Earth Science to Life at West Ashley High

From downtown to beach towns, flooded streets and yards are a common sight. And a teacher at West Ashley High wants to seize this opportunity to use a real world issue to teach her students a lesson that extends beyond the walls of the classroom.

Truck crashes into a North Charleston dental office

A truck crashed into a North Charleston dental office Wednesday afternoon.

Swimmer transported to hospital following rescue on Sullivan’s Island

A swimmer was transported to the hospital following a rescue on Sullivan’s Island Wednesday afternoon.

  Charleston County School District may make changes to Buist Academy

A meeting Wednesday night will address possible changes for Charleston County Constituent District 20, which includes Buist Academy, one of the most successful elementary schools in the state.

  Group releases preliminary findings in Charleston police racial bias audit

On Wednesday, the team with CNA, the group conducting the Racial Bias Audit of the Charleston Police Department, presented their findings to the Charleston City Council.

  Police respond for 2nd time this week to shooting at West Ashley apartment complex

Police have responded for the second time this week to a shooting at a West Ashley apartment complex Wednesday afternoon.

  Student suspended from Colleton Co. Middle School after social media threat, district says

A Colleton County Middle School student has been suspended and recommended for expulsion after making a threat on social media against the school and a staff member, according to district officials.

Longest-serving Dorchester County Sheriff’s K-9 officer retires

A Dorchester County Sheriff’s K-9 officer who spent more than nine years with the department has retired.

Report: Former MBPD officer stripped of certification after lying about sexual relations with woman

A former Myrtle Beach police officer can never receive a law enforcement certification in the state of South Carolina after lying about sexual interactions he had with a woman he met at Broadway at the Beach.

  The Citadel’s Soccer Team Signs Two Special Additions Through Friends of Jaclyn Foundation

Two-year-old with leukemia will get to spend time with the team

WATCH LIVE: Jury deliberations underway in Sidney Moorer kidnapping trial

Sidney Moorer's trial is set to resume at 10 a.m. after the jury was dismissed early Monday afternoon.

  Teen hit by car suffers life-threatening injuries in possible road rage incident

A 13-year-old boy suffered life-threatening injuries Wednesday morning after being struck by a car during what police have called a possible road rage incident

  Citadel officials anticipate hunger strike from cadets amid reported issues in mess hall

Citadel spokeswoman Kim Keelor-Parker stated that the school’s Vice President of Communication John Dorrian planned to meet Wednesday to determine the next steps

James Island boy with Down Syndrome, Leukemia makes big screen in Times Square

A 3-year-old boy from James Island who is battling Leukemia and has Down Syndrome recently got his chance on a big screen in Times Square in New York City